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Civic Holiday soccer tourney favourite with fans

By Darcy MacRae Sudbury soccer fans are in for a treat this weekend. The 11th Annual Caruso Club International Soccer Tournament will run all weekend, from Saturday to Monday with 16 teams vying for $6,000 in prize money.

Annual Beaton Classic runs in August

By Diane Gilhula The annual Beaton Classic is scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 11 at the Laurentian University stadium. It is the final event of the 2002 Sudbury Fitness Challenge series.

Local boxers clean up

Boxers from the Ontario National Training Centre (ONTC) had a very successful night at the Sudbury Racetrack Slots last week, winning four out of six bouts versus top boxers from Quebec.

Northern Wolves add staff

The Sudbury Northern Wolves of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League have added Mark Seidel to their staff for the 2002-03 season. Seidel will be joining the club as director of hockey operations.

LU names new coaches

By Keith Lacey Laurentian University?s athletic director Peter Hellstrom was beaming from ear to ear Wednesday when he introduced Mike Clarke as the new leader of the Lady Vees basketball team.

If pro baseball players strike again children may stop playing the game - column

By Darcy MacRae With every passing day baseball fans know a looming darkness is closing in.

Ladies tee off

The 71st Northern Ontario District Ladies? Golf Championship has been set for July 23-26 at the Cedar Green Golf Course in Garson. Entry fee is $75 plus tax. The theme for this year?s tournament is Wild Wild West Days.

Chip In For Charity

Registrations are now being accepted for the 4th Annual Chip In For Charity Golf Tournament. The Sudbury-Manitoulin Children?s Foundation and the Ontario National Training Centre boxing club are co-sponsoring this year?s event once again.

JMYFL accepting registrations

The Joe MacDonald Youth Football League continues to accept registrations for the 2002 football season. There are still spots available for the Central City tyke and bantam teams. The New Sudbury tykes also has spots available.

Track champ weighs U.S. scholarship offers

BY TRACEY DUGUAY HeÂ?s faster than the speed of lightÂ?well, not really but Andrew Ellerton could probably give Superman a run for his money if he tried hard enough.