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Caitlin Gooch and Kaitlyn Widsten traded punches for 38 minutes Friday, but it was Gooch who landed the knockout blow.

Gooch had 25 points to lead the Winnipeg Wesmen to a 66 61 victory over the TRU WolfPack in a Canada West women’s basketball game at the Tournament Capital Centre. The teams will be back in action tonight, 5 o’clock, at the TCC.

The two guards Gooch is in her fifth year of eligibility, Widsten her fourth put on a shooting clinic in an otherwise sloppy game. Gooch went 7 for 9 from three point land, while Widsten made five of eight three point tries.

The difference in the head to head battle between Gooch and Widsten were the back to back threes Gooch made in the last three minutes. It also was the difference in the game.

“They’ve got a very good point guard (Gooch),” said WolfPack head coach Scott Reeves, whose team slipped to 7 6, “and I said at the start of the game that we had to control her and we obviously didn’t.

“Seven for nine from the three point line is pretty good.”

The game was the first of 2011 for both teams, who skipped the better part of December for exams and Christmas, and it showed early on, with the teams combining to make only seven field goals in the first quarter.

But Widsten, who ended with 19 points, four assists and four steals, was hot she made two three pointers in the first quarter and three more in the second, although the WolfPack trailed 27 25 at the half.

It was Gooch’s turn in the second half she made five threes in the latter 20 minutes, and also ended the game with six rebounds, five assists and four steals.

“The girls found me when I was hot,” said Gooch, a Winnipeg native. “I kept shooting. When it’s like that, you have to keep shooting you can’t stop.”

Her biggest shots came after the WolfPack fought back from a seven point deficit in the fourth quarter.

TRU managed to take a 60 54 lead with 3:12 remaining, but Gooch helped bring the Wesmen back. She cut the lead to three with a trey with 2:53 remaining and, after Winnipeg’s Stephanie Kleysen made it 60 59, put the Wesmen ahead with another big shot from downtown a minute later.

Gooch wasn’t ready to take credit for the turnaround.

“If I didn’t shoot that shot, I’m sure another girl on our team would have and would have hit it,” said Gooch, whose Wesmen are 9 2. “I just had the ball at that time.

“It went our way tonight, but tomorrow it could go their way they played really well.”

The WolfPack came out of the game feeling frustrated at a missed opportunity.

TRU picked up its game in the final two quarters, but had far too many turnovers (24) and allowed too many offensive rebounds (11) to beat a solid team like Winnipeg.

Reeves said the differences in the game were “Gooch getting 25 and us not rebounding and turning it over too much.”

“They got 11 offensive rebounds,” Reeves added. “In a five point game, that can amount to a helluva lot of points.”Chas Kok set a school record and the TRU WolfPack men’s basketball team won for the second time this Canada West season Friday, 88 87 over the Winnipeg Wesmen at the Tournament Capital Centre.

Kok had 38 points one more than the previous TRU single game record, set by Sean Garvey last season including the tying and go ahead free throws in the final 10 seconds. Kok also had nine rebounds. TRU is 2 11; Winnipeg is 1 10.
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TRIBUTES have been paid to a former Cirencester Golf Club captain, who was one of two motorcyclists to die in road crashes within the space of five days.

Rodney Williams, aged 75, died after a collision near Lechlade last Thursday, with golf club members and friends expressing their shock at the news and speaking warmly about the “larger than life character” who was captain between 2016 2017.

The crash occurred just days before a second fatal incident, which claimed the life of a 24 year old motorcyclist from Gloucester, on Monday at 7.30am.

Police were called to the A429 near Moreton in Marsh where a Toyota Auris and a Yamaha motorcycle had been in collision CPR was administered but the rider, who has not been named, was pronounced dead.

Speaking of Rodney Williams, Cirencester Golf Club President Trevor Hing said: “Obviously we were all shocked by the news. Rodney was a well liked, enthusiastic and active captain of the club. He played for the B team and the seniors and he and Janet were great supporters of our social events.

“I was proud to have him as my vice captain vice in 2015 and I fully supported his successive terms as captain in 2016 and 2017. Our thoughts are with Janet and the family.”

David Soar this year’s club captain, added: “Rodney was an ebullient, larger than life personality who always had an anecdote on any subject. Having said that, he was totally incapable of telling a joke because he could never time a punchline.

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Rodney was well known as a motorcycle enthusiast and had travelled extensively around Australia and the USA on two wheels.

He was also well liked for his friendly demeanour and was a tireless charity campaigner.

He moved to East Africa with his parents as a young boy, before returning to England as a teenager and joining the RAF in 1959, crossing the globe regularly during his 10 years’ service.

Jim Donavan, fellow golf club member, neighbour and motorbike enthusiast said: “Rodney was the most experienced motorcyclist I know. He had covered tens of thousands of miles across the US, Australia, India and, of course, Great Britain.

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“Gordon Heggie, who was due to ride round Eastern Europe with Rodney this summer, lived in Essex but was part of our extended biking family.

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BRAINERD, Minn. When Duncan and Dakota were born they had no idea that their lives as golden retrievers would be so important.

Owners Vicki Foss and Sarah Marshall of the Brainerd lakes area enrolled their dogs into a national study, Morris Animal Foundation’s Golden Retriever Lifetime Study, before the dogs reached the age of 2. In the study, researchers are working on identifying the factors associated with development of cancer and other major diseases in dogs. There are more than 3,000 golden retrievers in the study. According to the foundation, more than half of golden retrievers develop cancer and it is the leading cause of death in all dogs over the age of 2. The study began in 2012.

“How often does a dog get to leave a legacy like this to be a part of something bigger,” Marshall said on having her dog be a part of the study. “Opportunities like this are far and few in between and for Dakota to have this chance (to help other dogs) is a big deal. . This will help the breed, the community and they could link this study to other breeds and help them.”

Marshall and Foss, who are friends, learned about the national study for golden retrievers from Marshall’s brother, who at the time was a veterinary student at the University of Minnesota. He said the university is on the forefront of finding a treatment for animals. The dogs must be age 2 or younger and be American Kennel Club certified.

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Marshall, who grew up with golden retrievers, said she’s been lucky and none of her golden retrievers died from cancer. Foss was not so lucky.

“I’ve had other golden retrievers and two of them died of cancer,” Foss said. “It is common with this breed.

“I love golden retrievers, they are like the class clown. I love their personality. I am all for rescuing dogs, I love when people rescue dogs, but I worked in a profession where my dogs were touching other people and their children and I wanted a dog who is bomb proof and golden retrievers are that. . This is my fifth golden retriever in my adulthood. He is on year four of the study.”

Foss said the study is “pretty painless” and the family is used to gathering the data needed for the study.

Duncan sees Kathy Marcussen at the Staples Veterinary Clinic and Dakota sees Deb Piepgras at Lakeland Veterinary Hospital in Baxter. The owners said the vets have been great with treating their dogs for the study.

Foss said Staples does all the tests on Duncan for free. She said the appointment usually lasts around six hours and eight vials of blood are taken. The vials are sent to the foundation and once Duncan’s visit is complete he kisses Marcussen.

“Duncan is not in pain (during the tests),” Foss said. “It’s just like humans, he can’t eat breakfast the morning of his tests. This is the most confusing thing for him that he doesn’t get breakfast on time. But his treat at the end is a cheeseburger and he knows that and gets excited.”

Foss said her golden retriever Echo was not eligible for the study as Foss does not have the paperwork to prove the dog’s breed. However, they do keep track of Echo, too, for the study on their own, as Echo eats and sleeps the same as Duncan does.

Foss said so far the study has not had any major revelations, but is getting closer to learning more about the connection with the dogs and cancer.

Data collected from the foundation:

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The Golden Ontario Products facility outside of Mount Forest announced they have secured an export deal with China to ship their beef products to the country.

Majority owner Nancy Kingsley Hu says it’s been a long five year process to obtain the licensing, but now that it’s official, it’s an exciting opportunity to take advantage of a largely untapped market.

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was my goal in the first place. I originally from Goderich, Ontario, she says. goal with buying this plant was to give something back because I was from Goderich and used to be in the financial industry, so I knew things about trade deficits. So I wanted to be able to send something to China that they would want instead of always having things coming here. the expansion of the existing facility doubling to over 40,000 sq ft, the Golden Ontario facility will jump from around 30 employees to over 100, with possible expansion on the West Coast as well.

Kingsley Hu says hopefully by next year there will be shovels in the ground to begin the expansion.

Golden Ontario Products majority owner Nancy Kingsley Hu (middle in red) is joined by Perth Wellington MP John Nater alongside employees and county staff, to cut the ribbon celebrating the new export deal with China, that will see Golden Ontario ship beef to the largely untapped Asian market. The facility will be doubling in size to 40,000 square feet next year to accommodate a workforce that will go from roughly 30 to over 100. October 20th, 2017 (Photo by Ryan Drury)
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He also gives credit to Circle saying that despite being a small player, the company gave the agency total freedom in expressing its creativity.

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Martin Chandler had gone close with an early free kick and it was the 20 year old midfielder who opened the scoring after 17 minutes with a spectacular chip from 25 yards.

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A doctor with Indiana University Health said why he thinks the flu has been so bad.

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