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Chelmsford wrestling champion rebounds after knee surgery

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] Like a wounded, cornered angry grizzly bear, Chelmsford wrestler Cale Predon is ready to strike and unleash more hell on the grappling world.

Duffers go into overdrive

BY KEITH LACEY [email protected] The small seismic event that shook certain parts of Greater Sudbury earlier this week wasn't a rock burst or mining blast, but a collective scream of delight from thousands of area golfers.

No quick fix to improving; start practising game now

With spring now here and no NHL playoffs, this is the ideal time to commit to improving your golf game. The first step is to access your game both physically and mentally to determine the strengths and weaknesses of your game.

Wolves make it to second round of playoffs

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] The Sudbury Wolves put the nail in the coffin of the Brampton Battalion last night with a dramatic 5-4 double overtime win at the Sudbury Arena, eliminating the Battalion from the playoffs.

Parking relief

The City of Greater Sudbury is providing free 30-minute parking when people stop by the Sudbury Arena to purchase Wolves tickets.

Rayside Balfour welcomes Major Peewee A provincials

BY TREVOR STEWART Excitement is building around the Dr. Edgar LeClair Community Arena in Azilda this week, as Rayside Balfour Tigers players, coaches and volunteers get ready for the weekend's OHF Major Peewee A championships.

Battachio brilliant as Ottawa steals game one against Wolves

BY KEITH LACEY [email protected] Danny Battachio doesn't mind being the villain in his hometown.

Baker, D'Aversa playing great playoff hockey for Wolves

Hello OHL fans! Here's another serving of OHL notes. Let's start with some Wolves news.

Sudbury to get CFL team

BY BOBBY SHORT The Greater City of Sudbury will be granted a CFL expansion franchise for the 2007 season.

Sudbury Wolves grab stranglehold on playoff series

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] The Sudbury Wolves downed the Brampton Battalion 2-1 at the Sudbury Arena Wednesday night to take a commanding 3-1 lead in the playoff series.