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Wolves pick second overall in Saturday?s OHL draft

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW After the nightmarish season the Sudbury Wolves finished, there are questions to be answered and holes to be filled.

First Golf for a Cure will aid cancer society

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW Imaging golfing on a picturesque course carved out of the forest surrounding Lively. A gentle breeze blowing through the leaves, luscious green grass and the rich sounds of nature filling your ears.

House of Kin seek celebrities

The organizing committee for the House of Kin Sports Celebrity Dinner is accepting nominations for athletes of the year. The deadline for nominations is May 20. These nominations can be mailed to the House of Kin office at 1889 Regent St.

Rock climbing meeting

Rock climbing enthusiasts can attend a meeting tomorrow night (Wednesday) regarding organizing a climbing club in the region.

Spartans getting ready for May 31 opener

The Sudbury Spartans kick off the 50th season of the Northern Football Conference May 31 in Milton. They play the Marauders, the only team the Spartans defeated last season. The home opener will be June 14 against Sault Ste, Marie.

More than 300 young wrestlers in town for huge tournament

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW The raw, powerful sport of Olympic wrestling will be showcased this weekend in Sudbury.

Thrill of racing has never gone away

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW Ever since he was six-years-old, Robert Jenkins Jr. has known exactly what he wanted to do with his life. Â?I always wanted to be a harness driver,Â? said Jenkins.

In the cards: Veteran survives changing trends

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW In the early 1990s the sports card industry was riding a massive popularity surge of biblical proportions. name="valign" top > ?The industry has changed dramatically from...

Some area golf courses open for the season

BY KEITH LACEY For most diehard golfers, there are only two seasons, not four. ThereÂ?s golf season, of course, and then a long winter of discontent.

Community rallies to save Sabrecats

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW It may be a small town, but Rayside Balfour has a big heart and in that heart there?s a place for junior ?A? hockey.