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Wolves, Greyhounds tie first game in Bell Challenge Cup series

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] If the opening game of the Bell Challenge Cup proved one thing, it was the annual series for Northern Ontario bragging rights between the Sudbury Wolves and Sault Ste.

Lady Vees keep championship hopes alive

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] All guts and all glory. The Laurentian University women's soccer squad came up with two big wins over the weekend to keep their championship quest alive.

Lady Vees want to win OUA title

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] The Laurentian University womenÂ's basketball squad are poised for another crack at an OUA championship. TheyÂ're already the fifth ranked squad in Canada, according to the CIS.

Wolves face tough test Friday night against Petes

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] It's round three. Tonight, the Sudbury Wolves square off against the Peterborough Petes for the third time this season. Game time at the Sudbury Arena is 7:30 pm. Both clubs have won a game.

Lockerby wins first football title since 1979

Hats off and three big cheers for recent high school sports teams championship victories. The Lockerby Vikings have been the big winners of late.

Iron will fuels wrestler's Olympic dreams

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] Nicole Garceau doesn't waste the time she spends away from her eight-year-old daughter Julia.

Three cheers for high school athletes

Jessica Busch and Dylan Green are this week's Sudbury and District Secondary School's Athletic Association's Athletes of the Week.

Wolves wrap perfect weekend

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] It was just what the doctor ordered. The Sudbury Wolves, in desperate need to start playing consistent hockey, picked up two wins over the weekend.

OUA coaches snub LU women's goalies

The Ontario University Athletics (OUA) announced their all-star teams for women's soccer recently, and surprise, surprise, the Laurentian University women's goalies were snubbed from the first and second all-star teams. This is a true injustice.

Dream season over for Lady Vees

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] The Laurentian University women's soccer team was defeated 3-1 by the University of Western Ontario Mustangs 3-1 on Saturday, eliminating them from a possible berth into the national championship.