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Dream comes true for local teen as he meets NASCAR heroes

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] Through a small favour to someone they had never met, Jim Dolson and his son, Ken, would get the experience of a lifetime.

Tell us about your coach

Play It Again Sports is sponsoring Northern Life's Coach of the Year contest. Deadline for submission is Friday, Jan. 21. Send nominations to Scott Hunter Haddow, 158 Elgin St., Sudbury, P3E 3N5, (fax) 673-4362 or to [email protected] .

Wolves look to continue their great play this weekend

The Sudbury Wolves will be looking to take a huge bite out of their competition as they host the Plymouth Whalers and the Windsor Spitfires this weekend.

Sudbury Wolves' player impresses at Under-17 tournament

Sudbury Wolves rookie forward Ryan McDonough has had an impressive showing at the lights at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in Lethbridge, Alberta, playing for Team Ontario.

Wolves continue winning ways beating Greyhounds twice

The Sudbury Wolves continue to be one of the hottest teams in the OHL.

Incredible year for sports in Sudbury

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] From winning a Stanley Cup to making national sports teams, the 2004 calendar year for the Sudbury sports scene was incredible.

Foligno has big second half expectations

As one of the youngest teams in the OHL, and with huge expectations, the 2004-05 Sudbury Wolves have hit the holiday break at 16-15-3-2, good for third spot in the Central Division with 37 points.

Wolves hit Christmas break in good shape

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.

Successful year for high school athletes despite challenges and tribulations

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] The 2004 high school sports scene in Sudbury was as strong as ever. name="valign" top > DESPITE PREDICTIONS she wouldn't walk properly again, Sarrah Day won a gold medal at OFSSA.

Talented Tierney Hoo wants to lead Lady Vees to glory

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] Laurentian University women's basketball veteran Tierney Hoo wants to end her career with no regrets, and that means tasting championship glory.