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On the Web – October 18, 2011

Browse through all the top amateur sports headlines from local media here for October 18, 2011.

The ice man honoured (Ottawa Citizen)

Preteen soccer stars shine on national team (Ottawa Citizen)

Coyotes take a different run at senior football, but it really works well (Ottawa Citizen Scouring the Sidelines blog)

Sisters Marlies, Kiersten Klekner-Alt will play for Newmann University in 2012 (Ottawa Citizen Scouring the Sidelines blog)

Dunrobin\’s Cornett scores Pan Am Games silver (Ottawa Citizen)

City mayors make way for sports heroes (Ottawa This Week)

New coach has Jr. Sens back on winning track (Ottawa This Week)

From six-a-side to twelve (Orleans Star)

Panthers clinch pair of division titles with wins over Gatineau Vikings (Orleans Online)

Mosquito Bengals explode for 82 points against Cornwall Wildcats (Orleans Online)

Royals’ rollercoaster start to Jr. B season continues on ice (EMC Stittsville)

Kanata loses game to Cornwall, outplayed in defeat at Nepean (EMC Kanata)

Ravens baseball team headed to nationals (Charlatan)

The complexities of gender in sports (Fulcrum)

L’équité des sexes en sport, encore un enjeu d’actualité (La Rotonde)

Pilar Khoury fait le point sur les stéréotypes dans le sport (La Rotonde)

Alex Skinner – De Cumberland au Rouge et Or (Express Ottawa)

CTV athlete-of-the-week – Jasmine Lee

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