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High school athletes of week

Andrew Park and Vanessa Chevrette were named athletes of the week beginning May 12. Park, 17, is a Grade 12 student at Lockerby Composite School who is helping the senior boys soccer team off to a 4-1 record.

Golf fundraiser

The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is sponsoring the Strokes for Furry Folks Golf Tournament Sunday, June 8. Tickets are being offered at $35 per person or $140 for a foursome.

Olympic tickets on sale

Tickets are on sale now for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.

Northern ?hockey hall of fame? to open July 2004 in Kirkland Lake

Hockey is more than just a game in Northern Ontario?it?s a way of life. Lasting memories are just one of the great benefits.

Wolves get defensive at OHL draft

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW The Sudbury Wolves had a plan going into the 2003 OHL priority draft and they stuck to it. The plan was to bolster the defence and they did just that by making their first three picks blueliners.

?Wheel? impressive athletes

For me, the best reasons for being a journalist are finding out something new and submerging yourself in different experiences. Last Friday that philosophy was forever carved into my memory.

LU sports staff recognized

Laurentian University?s Athletics Department is congratulating three staff members who will be participating in international events during the summer of 2003.

Wolves eager to hire Foligno

BY KEITH LACEY Will the best player to ever wear a Sudbury Wolves jersey be the next head coach? That?s the million dollar question circulating around town as Sudbury Wolves owner Mark Burgess has made no secret the job is Mike Foligno?s if he wants

Wolves pick second overall in Saturday?s OHL draft

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW After the nightmarish season the Sudbury Wolves finished, there are questions to be answered and holes to be filled.

First Golf for a Cure will aid cancer society

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW Imaging golfing on a picturesque course carved out of the forest surrounding Lively. A gentle breeze blowing through the leaves, luscious green grass and the rich sounds of nature filling your ears.