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With dozens of volleyball courts on the go simultaneously, RIM Park in Waterloo will be abuzz with energy April 17-19 - and that's just the way the Northern Chill 17U Girls want it.Returning the identical roster from one year ago, the locals find themselves among the top-seeded teams in Division II as the Ontario Volleyball Association prepares for the second of three...

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Apr 17, 2015

Beattie Barons bite Cougars in b-ball final

Northeastern Public School in Garson was ground zero on April 15 as the Rainbow Board of Education staged its girls and boys intermediate elementary basketball championships. Photo supplied

If you are going to bother to assemble a couple of hundred screaming kids into a gymnasium, you migh...

Apr 17, 2015

Mustangs stampede to victory in girls hoops finals

The MacLeod Mustangs capped off the girls elementary school basketball season with a big win over R.L. Beattie on April 15. Photo by Randy Pascal

It was cheers and moans, victory and defeat April 15 at Northeastern Public School in Garson, as the...

Apr 17, 2015

Northern Chill girls seek victory at provincials

 The Northern Chill 17U and 13U teams head to Waterloo this weekend for the second of three weekends of the Ontario Volleyball Association provincial championships. Supplied photo.

With dozens of volleyball courts on the go simultaneously, RIM Park in Waterloo will be abuzz with e...

Apr 16, 2015

Alliance St-Joseph Lynx shine on the ice

The hockey team from Chelmsford’s École Alliance St-Joseph won the A Division at the Franco-Ontarian Hockey Tournament. Photo supplied

The Lynx hockey team from Chelmsford’s École Alliance St-Joseph had an outstanding year. The squad r...

Apr 16, 2015

Provincial finals mean medals for Laurels gymnasts

The GymZone – Sudbury Laurels returned home from the Women’s Artistic Gymnastics, held in Windsor last weekend, laden with medals. File photo.

There was plenty of good news from Windsor as two of the six athletes representing the GymZone – Sud...

Apr 16, 2015

Panthères earn bragging rights at basketball tourney

The elementary school basketball finals are being contested in Greater Sudbury this week. Supplied photo.

With six of the top elementary girls basketball teams in the city on hand for an invitational tourna...

Apr 15, 2015

Hawks soar to victory at annual co-ed tourney

The Lively Hawks won the St. James Annual Co-ed Hockey Tournament on April 8. Supplied photo.

The competitiveness might be toned down, just a little. And the mix of talent is all over the board,...

Apr 15, 2015

Surprise medal for Bantam Lady Wolves

The Sudbury Bantam "A" Lady Wolves have seen some recent success. Supplied photo.

The fact that a pair of Midget Lady Wolves' teams medalled at the OWHA Provincials April 12 came as ...

Apr 15, 2015

Column - Wolves have a solid base to rebuild the team

Sudbury Wolves No. 1 draft selection, David Levin (centre), stands with interim head coach David Matsos (left) and president and general manager Blaine Smith. Photo by Laurel Myers.

The next phase of the Sudbury Wolves rebuilding process is complete. The OHL Priority Selection was ...

Apr 14, 2015

Summer's coming: Time to sign up for soccer!

Calling all parents and guardians: it's time to sign up for the Sudburnia Soccer Club summer season. File photo

In-person registration for the Sudburnia Soccer Club is being held on April 22-23 from 6-8 p.m. Appl...

Apr 14, 2015

Joe Mac Football registration opens this week

Sign up soon for the Joe MacDonald Youth Football League and take advantage of early registration. File photo.

Joe MacDonald Youth Football League opens early registrations for the 2015 season on April 15. Enter...

Apr 14, 2015

Sudbury man is hockey's Thailand ambassador

 Hockey is slowly making in-roads into Bangkok, Thailand thanks, in part, to a Sudbury man and his love of Canada's game. Supplied photo.

In a city of 14 million people, nearly 14,000 kilometres away from home, one Sudbury man is proving ...

Apr 14, 2015

It's a provincial silver for the Atom Redmen

The Copper Cliff Major Atom A Redmen are back from the Ontario Hockey Federation championships with a silver medal. Supplied

The Copper Cliff Major Atom A Redmen certainly packed a punch this year.Armed with an offensive arse...

Apr 13, 2015

Panthères take team banner at badminton championships

The Macdonald-Cartier Panthères earned the overall team aggregate banner at the 2015 SDSSAA Badminton Championships April 11 at St. Benedict.

Sudbury high school badminton beware, the Macdonald-Cartier Panthères are there.Led by the gold-meda...

Apr 13, 2015

Midget AA Lady Wolves repeat as provincial champions

The Midget AA Lady Wolves successfully defended their All-Ontario title with a 4-1 win over the Saugeen-Maitland Lightning, earning a trip to the 2015 Esso Cup in Red Deer, Alta., in the process.

With five of the 10 teams representing the Sudbury Lady Wolves at the OWHA Provincials making their ...

Apr 13, 2015

Final in-person baseball registration this week

With summer just around the corner, it's time to sign up for baseball. File photo

The Sudbury Minor Baseball Association is gearing up for its 2015 season with a new executive for it...

Apr 12, 2015

Wolves draft day: Offensive help on the way

After making David Levin, 15, the teams' first overall draft pick, the Sudbury Wolves focused on skill and speed in the later rounds Saturday. File photo.

 Offensive help is on the way. That was clearly the priority as the Sudbury Wolves completed their s...

Apr 11, 2015

Joe Drago helping chart the course of Canada's game

Joe Drago, the Sudburian who chairs Hockey Canada, says its grassroots volunteers who keep the national sport running. File photo.

 One step further up the Hockey Canada ladder has made a world of difference in the life of Joe Drag...

Apr 10, 2015

Top draft pick brings excitement to Wolves' den

Sudbury Wolves No. 1 draft selection, David Levin (centre), stands with interim head coach David Matsos (left) and president and general manager Blaine Smith. Photo by Laurel Myers.

David Levin may be Israeli by birth, but his passion for Canada's national sport would rival that of...

Apr 10, 2015

Collège Boréal honours its athletes (2 photos)

Kyle Chartrand and Véronique Brisson were named Athletes of the Year. Supplied photo.

Collège Boréal’s held its 20th athletic banquet April 9.Hosted by Stéphane Paquette, this annual eve...

Apr 10, 2015

Wolves introduce Levin as first overall draft pick (VIDEO)

David Levin and Sudbury Wolves interim head coach David Matsos wait to speak with media at a news conference Friday morning. Photo by Laurel Myers.

The Sudbury Wolves introduced David Levin to the community this morning.Levin, 15, will be the Wolve... Video:

Apr 10, 2015

Lady Wolves kick off provincials in Toronto

A goal by Meagan McGaughey with just 35 seconds to play lifted the Sudbury Midget AA Lady Wolves to a 2-1 win over the Nepean Wildcats as play kicked off at the 2015 OWHA Provincial Girls Hockey Championships in Toronto on April 9.

A goal by Meagan McGaughey with just 35 seconds to play lifted the Sudbury Midget AA Lady Wolves to ...

Apr 10, 2015

Sons eliminated from All-Ontario championships

The Nickel City Sons are effectively eliminated from playoff contention at the 2015 All-Ontario Peewee AAA Championships.

A quick glance April 9 at the standings on the website for the 2015 All-Ontario Peewee AAA Champions...

Apr 09, 2015

Capobianco lacing up for Canada at U18 World Championships

Sudbury Wolves defenceman Kyle Capobianco will be part of Canada's National Men's Under-18 team for the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 World Championships.

Sudbury Wolves defenceman Kyle Capobianco will be part of Canada's National Men's Under-18 team for ...

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