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Teams compete for Ultimate prize

BY ROBERT TAGLIALEGNE The uninitiated are getting a good dose of Ultimate this weekend as 16 teams vie for the Snowplate trophy at the the ninth annual Ultimate Tournament.

Coach sees bright future for rookie

BY SCOTT HADDOW Laurentian University women's basketball player Darrah Bumstead is another hidden gem the program has unleashed on the OUA.

Sprinting stars

The Sudbury Sprinters speed skating club will be well represented at provincial and national events this weekend. name="valign" top > Front row, from L to R: Kaelyn Pitre and Alyssa Hreljac.


Laurentian University's Candie Sabel finished tenth in the 600-m event at the Ontario University Indoor Track and Field Championships, contested this weekend in Windsor. Sabel's time of one minute, 39.

Foligno made smart move with Baker trade

Hey fans, it's time for another heap of OHL news, stats and happenings. name="valign" top > SCOTT HADDOW Let's start with the Sudbury Wolves first.

Tough guys take to the table

BY SCOTT HADDOW On Friday, March 3, Sudbury hockey fans attending the 2006 Cambrian Foundation Fundraiser dinner better keep their heads up or else they could have them knocked off.

Beech burning brightly with playoffs looming

BY SCOTT HADDOW Kevin Beech doesn't just want to flicker in his role as the number 1 puck stopper for the Sudbury Wolves.

Wolves start 2004-05 season Friday against Erie

Hello OHL fans, it's time for another heap of news, statistics and general happenings. Let's start with some Sudbury Wolves stuff.

Elliot Lake's golf course attracting seasoned players

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.

Golfers will help brain injury survivors group

The Brain Injury Association of Sudbury (BIASD) will benefit from the proceeds at a golf tournament hosted by Swiss Chalet Restaurants. The event will take place this Friday at the Lively Golf and Country Club.