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OFSAA soccer action coming to Valley East

From June 2-4, the community of Valley East will host the "A" boys' OFSAA soccer championships. The draw will feature a total of 16 teams. Three of these teams are from Northern Ontario.

Boxer to talk to kids

This Friday, boxer George Chuvalo returns to Sudbury Secondary School's Sheridan Auditorium to speak with 500 student leaders as part of the Greater Sudbury Police Service's Empowered Student Partnerships program (ESP).

Bobby 'The Iron Man' Chaumont weighs in on the future

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] As a kid, Bobby Chaumont spent many nights at the Sudbury Arena cheering on the Sudbury Wolves.

14-year-old 'Great One II' could be eligible for OHL draft

Rumours are circulating around OHL hockey circles the OHL will announce as early as today or as late as Friday afternoom that 14-year-old phenom John Tavares will be declared eligible for the 2005 Priority Draft.

Zack 'The Mack Truck' Stortini hangs up his jersey

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] Zack Stortini went through the OHL like a wild battering ram, crushing opponents with huge hits and destroying them with his punishing physical style over the past four seasons.

House of Kin showcases 2005 inductees

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] They came armed with many great memories about past sports adventures engraved in their brains, but John Maslack brought his tucked neatly under his arm.

2005 talent not so hot

The 2005 OHL Priority Draft, despite the fact John Tavares, the next big thing in hockey is available, is, for the most part, a weaker draft compared to most years.

Fans can follow OHL draft on-line

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] Sudbury Wolves head coach Mike Foligno and his scouting staff are vigorously digging through prospect reports in order to draft the next wave of eager Wolves players at the 2005 OHL Priority Draft.

Subway supporting Special Olympics

On Monday, May 16, all Subway restaurants across Canada will be celebrating the inaugural Subway Special Olympics Day.

New coach brings new vision to Spartans

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] Rick Firth has a strong vision for the storied Sudbury Spartans football franchise.