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Local boxer to compete in Puerto Rico

Local super heavyweight boxer Kyle Gauthier, who trains out of the Ontario National Training Centre?s Top Glove Boxing Academy, has been selected to compete on a national select boxing team headed to Puerto Rico this week.

Tournament to benefit health care

By Darcy MacRae Northern Life is once again a media sponsor for the Chip in for Charity Golf Tournament next month. This year proceeds from the event will go to the Heart and Soul campaign.

Slo-pitch team off to national championship

By Rick Pusiak A Sudbury co-ed slo-pitch team will soon be on its way to the national championship in Halifax. Don CherryÂ?s-Lavallee Esso will be pitted against the best teams in Canada during the Aug. 1-5 event.

Civic Holiday soccer tourney favourite with fans

By Darcy MacRae Sudbury soccer fans are in for a treat this weekend. The 11th Annual Caruso Club International Soccer Tournament will run all weekend, from Saturday to Monday with 16 teams vying for $6,000 in prize money.

One of Canada's best female basketball players loses battle with cervical cancer

Carol Hamilton-Goodale died this week in Oakville.

Annual Beaton Classic runs in August

By Diane Gilhula The annual Beaton Classic is scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 11 at the Laurentian University stadium. It is the final event of the 2002 Sudbury Fitness Challenge series.

Local boxers clean up

Boxers from the Ontario National Training Centre (ONTC) had a very successful night at the Sudbury Racetrack Slots last week, winning four out of six bouts versus top boxers from Quebec.

Northern Wolves add staff

The Sudbury Northern Wolves of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League have added Mark Seidel to their staff for the 2002-03 season. Seidel will be joining the club as director of hockey operations.

LU names new coaches

By Keith Lacey Laurentian University?s athletic director Peter Hellstrom was beaming from ear to ear Wednesday when he introduced Mike Clarke as the new leader of the Lady Vees basketball team.

If pro baseball players strike again children may stop playing the game - column

By Darcy MacRae With every passing day baseball fans know a looming darkness is closing in.