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Boxing weekend

This Saturday, Ontario National Training Centre (ONTC) boxing will bring its finest athletes to Laurentian University?s Ben Avery Gymnasium for an evening of Olympic-style boxing.

Dad wants to see son play; house league officials say no way

BY KEITH LACEY The phone lines at city hall and at the home of city councillor Ron Dupuis should be ringing repeatedly over the next few days.

Valley minor hockey officials will end season if cantankerous dad allowed back in arenas

BY KEITH LACEY It appears more than 500 house league hockey players registered with the Valley East Minor Hockey Association (VEMHA) will see the 2002-2003 hockey season end prematurely.

Who is Coach of the Year?

Northern Life is inviting entries for the 2002 Coach of the Year award. The award will be presented in January to the best coach in Greater Sudbury.

Olympic-style boxing hits Laurentian

On Saturday, March 1, Ontario National Training Centre (ONTC) boxing brings its finest athletes to Laurentian UniversityÂ?s Ben Avery Gymnasium for an evening of Olympic-style boxing.

Little NHL tournament returning to Sudbury

BY KEITH LACEY When it comes to boosting local business, no other event can match the size and magnitude of the Little NHL Hockey Tournament, says the City of Greater SudburyÂ?s tourism boss.

Hockey gold medalist urges students to stick to their goals

By Tracey Duguay The advice Canadian Olympic hockey gold medalist Cheryl Pounder imparted to a packed house of students at the Sudbury Arena on Tuesday was to ?light the fire within? and never give up on their goals.

Ford dealer collecting hockey equipment

Sudburians can walk, drive or skate pre-loved hockey equipment to the Cambrian Ford dealership in New Sudbury to support a used hockey equipment drive.

200 peewee players penalized by league politics

BY KEITH LACEY ItÂ?s December and 18 teamsÂ?about 200 playersÂ?in the North East House League (NEHL) peewee division have just started their regular season.

Howling for funds

The Sudbury Wolves 50-50 Club has shown its support for the local Brain Injury Association (BIASD) through a recent donation of $500 through the sale of 50/50 tickets.