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Men with Brooms!

BY KEITH LACEY The skip of the world?s No. 1 ranked curling team can?t wait to hit the ice for what promises to be an outstanding tournament against other world-class competition this weekend in the City of Greater Sudbury.

Rayside Tigers take on regional champs

BY KEITH LACEY A group of Tigers from Rayside-Balfour is hoping to roar into Newmarket this weekend and win one of the biggest tournaments these young hockey players might ever play in.

A ?Howl? of a good time!

Get you children howling when you take them to the Sudbury Arena to skate with the Wolves. On Saturday, Dec.


This weekend the Laurentian Voyageurs Swim Teams are at home to compete with the University of Guelph Gryphons. Competition starts at 2 pm Saturday at the Laurentian Olympic Gold Pool.

Practice Makes Perfect

Jacques Gervais brushes up on his skating techniques at Sudbury Arena. Public skating is available Monday and Thursday from noon to 1:50 p.m.

Sports Express

Harper wins MVP Based on voting by the league?s head coaches, running back DeVaughn Harper has been named the Sudbury and District Secondary School Athletic Association Most Valuable Player.

Work underway to open snowmobile trails

The Sudbury Trail Plan Association announced Tuesday a number of snowmobile trails maintained by the eight member clubs of the Sudbury are in the process of being groomed and opened for the season.

Keg Continental Cup starts Nov. 7

By Paul Sauve Starting on Thursday November 7th a new concept in curling similar to golf's Ryder Cup will be played at the Regina Agridome Six teams from North America will face six teams from the rest of the world for a prize package worth $200,000.

Vikings win flag football title

Excuse the Lasalle Lancers girls? flag football team for feeling snakebitten after dropping a 6-1 decision to the Lockerby Vikings in the high school championship last week.

Bicycle helmets reduce head injuries

Research at The Hospital for Sick Children and the University of Toronto has found that provinces which have adopted mandatory bicycle helmet legislation have had a significant reduction in the number of bicycle-related head injuries in children.