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Lady V has heart and soul off and on basketball court

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW For Karen Vos getting involved means staying involved. Her years of dedication and commitment to the Laurentian University basketball program have made her the 2002-2003 Special Voyageur Award recipient.

Young bowler comes through in clutch to win provincials

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW Talk about coming through under pressure.

Apolloni named national team coach

BY KEITH LACEY Nice guys donÂ?t always finish last. Gord Apolloni, 41, is a man who has dedicated most of his life to amateur boxing.

Sudbury great place for mountain biking

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW Looking for an exhilarating adventure in the rugged outdoors of the Sudbury basin that challenges you physically and mentally? Then look no further than the wild sport of mountain biking.

Wolves? season over

A bitterly disappointing 2002-2003 Ontario Hockey League season ended for the Sudbury Wolves Sunday afternoon with the Wolves absorbing yet another loss.

Voice of the Wolves shows no signing of retiring

BY KEITH LACEY As the clock strikes two this afternoon, the voice of Berk Keaney Sr. will boom down from his perch over the fans assembled at the Sudbury Arena asking them to please stand for CanadaÂ?s national anthem.

Templeton axed

Following one of their worst seasons on record, the Sudbury Wolves Hockey Club fired coach and general manager Bert Templeton yesterday.

Sudbury skaters winners at national competition

Sudbury is the toast of the Canadian figure skating scene following outstanding performances by two area skaters at the national championships last week.

Grand Slam of Curling: Kevin Martin?s team wins Masters

Kevin MartinÂ?s team from Edmonton is the 2003 Masters of Curling champion and is $25,000 richer. The team won 8-7 over Vic Peters team from Winnipeg in the finals Sunday night at the T. M. Davies Arena in Lively.

Curlers want more respect

The Ward 1 councillor, who represents the Kelly Lake Road to Whitefish area, presented his colleagues with a petition Thursday night from about 200 older Sudburians who want the city to focus on keeping them healthy and fit.