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Foligno has big second half expectations

As one of the youngest teams in the OHL, and with huge expectations, the 2004-05 Sudbury Wolves have hit the holiday break at 16-15-3-2, good for third spot in the Central Division with 37 points.

Wolves hit Christmas break in good shape

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.

Successful year for high school athletes despite challenges and tribulations

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca The 2004 high school sports scene in Sudbury was as strong as ever. name="valign" top > DESPITE PREDICTIONS she wouldn't walk properly again, Sarrah Day won a gold medal at OFSSA.

Talented Tierney Hoo wants to lead Lady Vees to glory

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca Laurentian University women's basketball veteran Tierney Hoo wants to end her career with no regrets, and that means tasting championship glory.

Wolves' end London's mighty streak

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca The Sudbury Wolves won two out of three games on the road this past weekend, a monumental event considering one of the teams they beat are the best team in Major Junior hockey.

Soccer, baseball 'harmonized'

Sports teams and athletes across the City of Greater Sudbury will soon pay the same fee to use soccer and baseball fields.

MPP's 'kid brother' retiring from coaching

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca Chris Bartolucci is a man who feels blessed. For the last 29 years, the stocky football coach has run the high school football program at St. Charles College.

Lockerby linebacker a force to be reckoned with

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca Jason Cecchini loves the calm before the storm. Before every game he played, the Lockerby Vikings football linebacker would listen to Â"happyÂ" music to keep him focused and calm.

Inco to shut smelter for repairs in May

Inco Ltd. will shut down its main Copper Cliff smelter complex to conduct regular maintenance and repairs next May for one month.

Girls show skills in all-star challenge

The best and the brightest female high school basketball players took to the court Monday night at Lockerby Composite School to test their skills in the High School All-Star Challenge.