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Sudbury girls soccer team wins big U.S. tourney

By Keith Lacey The Memorial Day holiday weekend south of the border provided a local girls soccer team with memories theyÂ?ll carry for many years to come.

LU?s loss is Dalhousie?s gain as Campbell takes on new job

By Keith Lacey Any good coach at any elite level of athletics loves a challenge.

Kinsman finalists announced

By Keith Lacey Two NHL stars and a world-class cyclist are the nominees for the Professional Sportsperson of the Year at the upcoming 2002 Kinsmen Sports Celebrity Dinner.

Spartans kick off 50th season in Markham

By Keith Lacey The Sudbury Spartans hope to continue their climb from pigskin purgatory to gridiron greatness during their 50th year anniversary in the Northern Football Conference (NFC).

Campbell leaving LU

Laurentian UniversityÂ?s loss is Dalhousie UniversityÂ?s gain as veteran Lady Vees coach John Campbell announced Tuesday heÂ?s leaving Laurentian for a new job on the East Coast.

Go Leafs Go

Scott Gallagher, formerly of Sudbury, teaches in Pusan, South Korea. He got his class to show their true colours recently.

Half-a-century milestone for Sudbury Spartans

By Keith Lacey The Sudbury Spartans hope to continue their turnover from pigskin purgatory to gridiron greatness during their 50th year anniversary in the Northern Football Conference (NFC).

Rugby fan hopes to start team

One man who recently made Sudbury home is trying to revive one of the world?s most popular sports here. Rich Rudolph has played competitive rugby for more than a decade and would like nothing better to continue to play the game he loves in Sudbury.

LU wins award

Laurentian University has received a national award for its intramural recreational programs.

United Soccer Team looking for players

By James Hopkin The United Soccer League (USL) will be holding team identification camp for all women 18 years of age and older on June 15, at 1 pm, at the Lily Creek Sports Complex.