Monthly Archives: August 2015

The not so weekend soccer thoughts

By Avry Lewis-McDougall Ok so the soccer thoughts are back. Woo. Are they being written on a weekend? No but let’s not nitpick with the content! Plenty has gone down overseas and at home here in North America, the beautiful […]

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Two more to go

By Avry Lewis-McDougall Two more wins. That’s all the separates Canada from getting a birth in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Women’s Basketball. Tonight the Canadians will take one of the final steps with a semi final game against Brazil. […]

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Getting the wins in YEG

(originally published on August 12th). By Avry Lewis-McDougall You know you’re rolling on momentum when you can roll from one tournament and then into another outscoring your first two opponents to the tune of scoring 187 points and only allowing […]

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Golden in Toronto and ready for Edmonton

By Avry Lewis-McDougall Canada 81, USA 73. History for Canadian women’s basketball in Toronto and the start of something incredible for the women’s program. At the Pan Am Games The Canadian women’s basketball team won their first gold medal at […]

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Weekend soccer thoughts

By Avry Lewis-McDougall With the long weekend winding down here in the Great White North I figured why don’t I hammer out some thoughts on a few things that have gone on it the soccer world lately? -The FA Community […]

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