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Swimmer thrilled to compete in first Greek Games

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW Matthew Coutsos enjoys challenges and has always dove in head first to meet them.

Bears crowned NOSSA champs

St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School Bears left for Timmins today to represent Sudbury in the Ontario Federation of Secondary Schools? Association (OFSSA) Championship. name="valign" top > St.

Coaches crucial to success of new league

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW In the 70s, Gary Petrin used to play in the Sudbury lacrosse league. He played six or seven seasons until the league folded due to lack of interest and volunteer support was minimal.

Walk for fitness

The Neighbourhood Walk Working Group wants to get older adults on the streets.

Fish ?father? passionate about his babies

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW This week, Rolly Frappier became the proud father of more than 700,000 babies. To say he is a busy man would be an understatement.

Tornadoes floor hockey club looking to win another title

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW They are multi-talented, believe in each other and most of all, are up for the challenge.

Sudbury Canadians upset Inferno

The Canadians, Sudbury ladies? soccer club, stunned the opposition in their first USL game Sunday defeating the highly ranked Toronto Inferno 5-1.

Sabrecat players heading east

The Rayside-Balfour Sabrecats have sent two players to the Lindsay Muskies. Kyle Doherty and Brock McGillis are the two newest Muskies. Doherty, a former defenceman who played left wing last season racked up 44 points, including 19 goals in 47 games.

High school athletes of week

Andrew Park and Vanessa Chevrette were named athletes of the week beginning May 12. Park, 17, is a Grade 12 student at Lockerby Composite School who is helping the senior boys soccer team off to a 4-1 record.

Golf fundraiser

The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is sponsoring the Strokes for Furry Folks Golf Tournament Sunday, June 8. Tickets are being offered at $35 per person or $140 for a foursome.