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Easter bowl

The Walden Bowling Centre in Lively is hosting a provincial 5-Pin championship tournament throughout the Easter Holiday weekend.

Buttle to skate in Sudbury

Canadian bronze medallist and Sudbury native Jeffrey Buttle will perform in the Skate the Nation show here April 16 along with Canadian ice-dance champions Marie-France Dubreuil and Patrice Lauzon.

Alberta repeats Brier win - Paul Sauve

name="valign" bottom > Paul Sauve HOT ROCKS What a Brier! For the second consecutive year Randy Ferbey and his Alberta rink of David Nedohin (skip rocks), Scott Pfeifer and Marcel Rocque emerged Nokia Brier champions with a final win over John

Coach makes no apologies for wanting to win

Last week, the Warriors captured the Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA) championship, winning the title 6-5 in overtime against the host Timmins Bantams.

Rivalry continues as Wolves meet Colts in playoffs

By Keith Lacey They say death and taxes are two things guaranteed in life, but for the past few years having the Sudbury Wolves face the Barrie Colts in the Ontario Hockey League playoffs has become part of that short list.

Northern Wolves start playoffs tonight

The Northern Ontario Junior "A" Hockey Association (NOJHA) playoff series between the Sudbury Northern Wolves and the Sturgeon Falls Lynx gets underway tonight (Wednesday). Game one starts at 7:30 pm at the McClelland Arena in Copper Cliff.

LU hosting national karate competition

The Laurentian University Karate Club will host the 15th Inter-University Karate Tournament this Saturday, March 16. This event is part of the club's quest to bring high-calibre karate to Greater Sudbury.

Northern Ontario doing well at Brier

Northern Ontario curling champions Tim Phillips , Ron Collins , Drew Eloranta and Doug Hong are doing well at the Brier in Calgary. As of Tuesday press time, the northern Ontario rink was the only unbeaten team at the Saddledome.

Woodland Warriors: real action behind the scenes

Last week, a group of 31 officials sent letters to the SMHA stating in no uncertain terms they would refuse to officiate any game involving the Sudbury Woodland Warriors AA Bantams.

Legends honoured by hall of fame

The Ontario Sport Legends Hall of Fame will induct three new members plus the World Series 1992 Toronto Blue Jays team at its annual dinner March 19 at the Toronto Sheraton Centre.