Jessica Belle Kramer

Pat Maroon started as Oakville’s hockey star

Mick O’Halloran, who has been with the Oakville Hockey Club since the 2000-2001 season, keeps up with all of his former athletes. He keeps track of where they are going and what teams they’re playing for once they leave, holding on to some of their old jerseys and other items. Pictured above are Maroon’s old

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Oakville band to perform at D-Day festivities

Flutists Samantha Kern, Cara Darmody and Catherine Elking play the ‘Service Song Medley’ at the Oakville Tiger Band concert June 1, 2018, at St. Bernadette. The event helped fundraise for the Marching Tigers’ trip to perform in France. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. By Jessica Belle Kramer For the Call The Oakville High School Tiger

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Lindbergh High cross country squad competing once again

Lindbergh High head coach Jim Petersen is optimistic about his 2018 boys’ cross country team since he lost only one runner to graduation. Photos by Jessica Belle Kramer. By Jessica Belle Kramer For the Call Lindbergh High School’s varsity boys’ cross country team faces minimal losses going into their season this year, since Connor Kingsland

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Inspired by Ohler, Lindbergh boys’ soccer team is rebuilding

Despite losing 11 starters to graduation, Lindbergh High head coach Mark Giesing is confident about the 2018 season for his boys’ soccer team. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer.  By Jessica Belle Kramer For the Call Lindbergh High School boys’ varsity soccer head coach Mark Giesing is looking to fill the gaps after the loss of

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Flyers top hard-clawing Panthers in first game of the 2018 season

Lindbergh quarterback Wyatt Critchlow, pictured above left, scored a 4-yard touchdown run last week. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer.   By STEPHEN GLOVER For the Call The Lindbergh High School football Flyers defeated rival Mehlville High School’s Panthers 17-7 last week, behind a 14-point effort in the second half. “Obviously we’re excited to get off

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Flyers cultivate teamwork in 2018 season

With an abundance of new talent and quality teamwork, Lindbergh High School head coach Laura Conti hopes to see her varsity girls’ tennis team soar. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. By Jessica Belle Kramer For the Call Lindbergh High School varsity girls’ tennis head coach Laura Conti looks forward to seeing what her players will

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