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World-class power tumbler will visit local club

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca Denis Vachon is coming home, at least for one day. name="valign" top > Sudbury's Denis Vachon is the Canadian champion in the exciting and challenging sport of power tumbling.

Wolves' player real Musselman

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca Kyle Musselman knew if he ever got the chance to pull a Sudbury WolvesÂ' jersey over his head again, he would do everything in his power to keep it on.

Wolves continue to struggle away from home

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca One out of three isn't great.

Carpenter leads Lady Vees to winning weekend

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca The Laurentian University women's basketball squad got back in the win column this past weekend with wins over the University of Western Ontario and the University of Windsor.

Book on ringette has strong Sudbury

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca When Ken Collins penned his book, The Ring Starts Here: An Illustrated History of Ringette, he wanted to give his hometown of Temiscaming, Que.

Hartsburg returns as Hounds battle Wolves tonight

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca The Northern Ontario rivalry resumes tonight. The Sudbury Wolves meet the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds this evening at the Sudbury Arena in what will be the first of three games between the two clubs.

Wolves face huge test this weekend

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca When it comes to tests, this weekend presents a huge, tough test for the Sudbury Wolves.

Vees looking for revenge in playoffs against Guelph

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca Now the real test begins. The Laurentian University men's soccer team plays its first playoff game of the season today against the University of Guelph Gryphons in Guelph.

Win or go home for Lady Vees

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca All their hard work has finally come down to a one-game showdown. name="valign" top > Jolene Fournier, left, and Sarah Little are ready for the playoffs.

Three cheers for local high school athletes

Craig Tyson and Cori Fournier are the high school Athletes of the Week. Tyson, 18, is a Grade 12 student at St. Charles College. He has played varsity football for the last five years. He has been a member of two city championship clubs.