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Long ball driver off to compete against world?s best

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW Walk tall and carry a big stick is Kevin Winn?s motto. name="valign" top > Kevin Winn?s goal is to win the world championship long driving competition.

Opening weekend good for home team

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW The Sudbury Wolves came out guns a blazing against the Ottawa 67s Sunday afternoon, scoring fast and often for a 6-4 shoot-out win. Friday, the Wolves won the home opener 4-0 against the Erie Otters.

Northern Wolves win against Skyhawks

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.

Ol? Bucky and reporter turn in solid performance

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW The roar of the crowd was difficult to hear as the ground beneath animal and driver was trembling from 1000-plus pound equines storming around the track.

Runner putting Laurentian on map

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW She is one of the top cross-country runners in the country and could have attended any school she wanted. Yet, Leila Angrand chose Laurentian University.

'Disciplined' Colts beat Wolves 3-0

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW Barrie Colts winger, B.J. Crombeen ripped two goals and Colts goaltender Paulo Colaiacovo thwarted 26 shots to lead their team past the Sudbury Wolves 3-0 Friday (Sept. 26) at the Sudbury Arena.

Sudbury Canadians preparing to join pro league

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW The Sudbury Canadians soccer team is poised to strike a big goal for the communities of Northern Ontario and its women soccer players.

New hope for glory this season

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW A new season, a new hope for play off glory. The Sudbury Wolves have an aura of optimism hanging in the barn on Elgin Street this season.

Former Wolves coach suing

The end of the Bert Templeton era with the Sudbury Wolves isn't over. name="valign" top > Bert Templeton The former coach and general manager Templeton has filed a $400,000 lawsuit against the Wolves, citing breach of contract.

City, school board building huge Soccer complex at Sacre Coeur

BY CRAIG GILBERT Greater Sudbury needs more soccer fields, and just shelled out $50,000 for a new multi-field facility at Ecole secondaire Sacre Coeur to prove it.