In a podcast, Spoke reporter Phil Courtemanche provides his take on Wrestlemania 35 and discusses the impact the show’s length had on the main event.
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In a 15-minute pod, Spoke Online’s Phil Courtemanche breaks down the second-last episode of Smackdown Live before Wrestlemania.
The up-and-coming street hockey festival will partner with Family and Children’s Services of Waterloo Region.
Spoke reporter Phil Courtemanche breaks down the factors that will mean success. Think Rollins. Think Kingston. And think Lynch.
The Conestoga Condors will travel to Algonquin to compete for a spot in the OCAA championship tournament at Humber College.
Better passing and a more forceful attack are the keys to picking up the Condors’ game, said head coach Wayne Harris.
The low-key event in the Doon atrium promoted awareness of the facility where students can take a break from the pressures of college.
The men’s volleyball Condors capped off a two-game weekend at home with a 3-0 victory over the Cambrian Golden Shield. The team did not lose a set in either game this weekend.
The Conestoga women’s volleyball team lost their third game of the season Sunday afternoon versus the Cambrian Golden Shield 3-2 at the Conestoga Student Recreation Centre.
The team must now prepare for the second half of a two-game weekend at home, this time against Cambrian.
Condors coach Wayne Harris hopes to implement the same game plan as the team takes on Cambrian Nov. 11.
Conestoga students now have a brand new place to go and decompress from the stress of college life with new recharge rooms at Doon Campus.
The Condors’ Osman Osmansoy scored Conestoga’s only goal as the team finished the season in sixth place.
Conestoga team captain Taya Ambrose was proud of her squad’s efforts this year — and is looking forward to the indoor soccer season.