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LionsHold opponents Scoreless in their two Weekend Victories

St. Lawrence's hockey team won their ninth and tenth straight game over the weekend, closing the gap between them and first place in their division

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Photo: Dominique Routhier

Big Weekend for the Lady Lions

St. Lawrence's AAA Women's Basketball team rebounded this past weekend, after last week’s embarrassing loss to Dawson, by winning both of its games held on enemy territory.

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Photo: Christian Brosseau

Friday, the Lady Lions travelled to John Abbott College to take on the Lady Islanders. John Abbott took control of the game in the first half, building a 12-point lead halfway through the second quarter. The Lady Lions then started to put more pressure defensively on the Lady Islanders which created a lot of turnovers that were converted into easy points for St. Lawrence.

SAINT LAWRENCE LIONS DOMINATE UJHL ALL-STAR GAME

Saint Lawrence forwards Jean-Philippe Sansfacon, Francois Litalien, David Grimard defencemen Geoffery Stowe, Laurent Dumont, goaltender Cederick Lafrance and head coach Mike Labadie participated in the UJHL All-Star game in Jamestown late last Saturday evening.

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The Lions represented the Eastern Division along side of players from the Philadelphia Thunder and the Wooster Oilers. The Eastern All–Stars overpowered the Western team 11-4 with an impressive Canadian domination that will long be remembered by players and fans alike.

Lions Take Home Jamestown Showcase Championship

The Saint Lawrence Lions traveled to Jamestown, New York where the hometown Jets hosted the first ever United Junior Hockey League Showcase.

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Six teams faced off in a three game tournament with the Lions being challenged by the Pittsburgh Enforcers, the Jamestown Jets and the Philadelphia Thunder. More importantly, it was a brutally disputed schedule in which the players from Saint Lawrence were forced to play 3 games in less than 18 hours.

Oxford offers Rhodes Scholar new options in sport and life

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Photo: Annick Routhier Labadie

Clutching an acceptance letter to one of the world's most prestigious universities last December, Quebec City's 2007 Rhodes Scholar Annick Routhier Labadie expected the best was yet to come for her. The former Université Laval and Seton Hall basketball player has since described the transition to Oxford University's ancient academic culture as "a big leap."

Rouge et Or Capture the Vanier Cup

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by: Steve Deschens 

Unbeatable! The Rouge et Or capped a perfect season by beating the University of Western 44-21 Saturday in Hamilton, capturing their fifth Vanier Cup. Earlier in the week, veteran quarterback Benoit Groulx was named CIS Player of the Year, joining head coach, Glen Constantin, as CIS Coach of the Year.

F.X. Garneau QB sought after by province-wide university football programs

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Photo: Mikaël Gignac

Tristan
Grenon stood at the heart of the victory as the offensive leader for
Les Élans. Along with head coach Patrick Boies, the veteran
starting quarterback gradually helped build the football program at
Collège F.X. Garneau during the last three years. The hard

Full Recovery Expected For Badly Injured Lion

The entire St. Lawrence community was saddened by the news and wishes to extend its best wishes to the entire Doré-Parent family. GO EMILE GO!!!!

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Photo: Dominique Routhier

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PUBLISHED NOV 26, 2008, ISSUE NO 47

Right-winger for St. Lawrence Lions injured badly

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Photo: Dominique Routhier

An open-letter from the Doré Parent family: 

Laval women just short of bronze at rugby nationals

The Université Laval Rouge et Or women’s rugby team placed fourth at the CIS National Championships, beating former national champions University of Western Ontario 26-5 to gain entry to the bronze medal round.“

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