Monthly Archives: September 2013

November Project: A workout you need to try

by Avry Lewis-McDougall 4 AM. Not usually a time that I’m awake, but on September 9th I was up for a unique reason. I decided to pull myself out of bed and take part for the first time in a […]

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Eskimos get win #2 on season

by Avry Lewis-McDougall   It may have only been the 2nd win of the season for the Eskimos but it certainly was their most dominant. The green and gold knocked off the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in convincing fashion in the form […]

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3 Games. 2 Provinces. 1 Heck of an Experience

By Avry Lewis-McDougall   Earlier this summer, I was able to experience what it would be like to be a professional hockey player, traveling across the country with stick and gear in tow ready for game action. With my Victoriaville […]

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Silver Lining in a Rough Year

by Avry Lewis-McDougall   1-9 is a record that the Edmonton Eskimos are not familiar with much in their team history. With their 22-12 loss to the Calgary Stampeders last Friday, the Eskimos are now dead last in the CFL. […]

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Eddies Fail To Climb Standings Against Old School NASL Squad

by Avry Lewis-McDougall A team stoked in soccer history made their first trip in 31 years to the City of Champions this past weekend. The newly reformed New York Cosmos took on FC Edmonton on Sunday at a packed Foote […]

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