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Wrong place, wrong time, for Allison Caswell of Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School.The junior member of the Knights track and field team broke the city record of 2:31.28 in the 800m race on Day 1 of the SDSSAA Track & Field Championships Wednesday at Laurentian University.Unfortunately, that accomplishment would still find Caswell settling for silver, as Karly Hellstrom o...

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May 22, 2015

Five more city records broken Thursday at SDSSA track meet

Collège Notre-Dame student Danika Falvo broke city records in both the javelin and discus at the 2015 SDSSAA Track & Field Championships May 21. File photo.

Though the numbers were down, the quality was every bit as good as usual as the 2015 SDSSAA Track & ...

May 22, 2015

Canadian hockey hero visits Sudbury

Paul Henderson was in Sudbury May 21 to give the keynote address at the Christian Athletes Banquet. Photo by Laurel Myers.

In 1972, Paul Henderson pulled off “the sports moment of the century,” according to the Canadian Pre... Video: Canadian hockey hero Paul Henderson visits Sudbury

May 21, 2015

Alouettes bring home slo-pitch banner

The Collège Notre-Dame Alouettes romped over the Horizon Aigles in the Division A final, bringing back the banner to CND.

There is a tendancy to think of the Collège Notre-Dame Alouettes as perpetual champions of the SDSSA...

May 21, 2015

Competitive soccer teams kick off regular-season play

For a second straight summer, the Greater Sudbury Soccer Club (GSSC) Impact will be fielding a team in the Ontario Soccer League, with the local lads competing in a nine-team Central Region U21 grouping. File photo.

For a second straight summer, the Greater Sudbury Soccer Club (GSSC) Impact will be fielding a team ...

May 21, 2015

Day 1 of city track and field championships in the books

Cutline: Day 1 of the SDSSAA Track & Field Championships wrapped up May 20 at Laurentian University. File photo.

Wrong place, wrong time, for Allison Caswell of Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School.The junior member of ...

May 20, 2015

This isn't racing: Sudburians golden at Brampton grand prix

Bradley Chaput and Marissa Meandro, seen in this file photo, captured a number of medals at the Karate Ontario Grand Prix No. 1 in Brampton. File photo.

Eight members of the Benoit Martial Arts Studio attended the Karate Ontario Grand Prix No. 1 in Bram...

May 20, 2015

Nick Foligno named Blue Jackets captain

The Columbus Blue Jackets announced Wednesday former Sudbury Wolves star player Nick Foligno will become the team's captain. Photo supplied

The Columbus Blue Jackets announced Wednesday former Sudbury Wolves star player Nick Foligno will be...

May 20, 2015

Gladiators ready for a summer in the trenches

The Sudbury Gladiators kick off their varsity season on Saturday. File photo

With the new season set to begin on Saturday, the theme of the Sudbury Gladiators 2015 varsity seaso...

May 20, 2015

Alouettes have no love to share during city tennis finals

The Collège Notre-Dame Alouettes were particularly strong during the city tennis championships last week, taking four of the five titles up for grabs. File photo

Day two of the SDSSAA Tennis Championships on May 14 produced two more banners for the Collège Notre...

May 19, 2015

Swimmers try their hands (and feet) in the Eliminator

The Eliminator Races during the East Side Mario's Invitational are fast-paced and exciting. During this year's event, May 8-10, the women's event produced a pretty rare result. File photo

Over the past decade or so, so-called "Eliminator Races" have produced some outstanding finishes as ...

May 18, 2015

Making the best of it with Lacrosse in Sudbury

The Midget/Intermediate division of the Greater Sudbury Lacrosse Association (GSLA) features only 40 or so teenagers enrolled.

When numbers are not abundant, local sports make due as best they can.The Midget/Intermediate divisi...

May 18, 2015

Kayla Folz takes 2 gold at national gymnastics event

Kayla Folz captured two gold medals at the 2015 Eastern Canadian Gymnastics Championships. File photo.

A pair of gold-medal performances at the 2015 Eastern Canadian Gymnastics Championships provided a g...

May 18, 2015

Hockey icon Paul Henderson in Sudbury May 21

Canadian hockey icon Paul Henderson will be paying a visit to Sudbury May 21. Supplied photo.

Canadian hockey icon Paul Henderson will be paying a visit to Sudbury May 21.The retired NHLer, most...

May 17, 2015

U19 Selects boys claim gold in Toronto

The Sudbury U19 Selects boys basketball team are enjoying a memorable start to the season, improving their record to 10-0 last weekend in Toronto, capturing gold at the Hoopdome Basketball Tournament.

The Sudbury U19 Selects boys basketball team are enjoying a memorable start to the season, improving...

May 15, 2015

14-year-old nearly takes Sudbury Rocks!!! 5 km title

Participants in the Sudbury Rocks!!! race at the starting line. Photo by Randy Pascal.

There is likely no event within the Sudbury Rocks race that draws a more varied field than the Ionic...

May 15, 2015

Back-to-back tennis championships for Notre-Dame student

Collège Notre-Dame multi-sport athlete Sebastien Dugas-Ruest has won back-to-back city tennis championships. Supplied photo.

Make it back-to-back city tennis championships for Collège Notre-Dame multi-sport athlete Sebastien ...

May 14, 2015

Sudbury's U17 boys really know how to make an Impact

The Sudbury Impact U17 men's team came back with the big trophy this past weekend, after winning the Frank Sobil Oshawa Kicks Spring Classic. File photo

The Sudbury (GSSC) Impact U17 men appear ready to challenge the big boys. With a couple of weeks rem...

May 14, 2015

Impact U21 ladies a force to be reckoned with

The Sudbury (GSSC) Impact U21 Ladies cruised to first place in their division last year, and are now in one of two six-team divisions. The team appears likely to carry almost a 20-player roster this season. Supplied photo.

By the beginning of August of 2014, it was clear that the Sudbury (GSSC) Impact U21 Ladies were in n...

May 13, 2015

85 Rainbow Board track athletes got some great news today

About 85 Rainbow District School Board track and field athletes will get to participate in the city championships after all, even though their teachers remain on strike. File photo

Some 85 Rainbow District School Board track and field athletes received some great news earlier this...

May 13, 2015

Cards' Aidan Martel is a one-man scoring machine

The St. Charles College Cardinals won four straight games to take gold at the Nipissing Invitational Tournament in North Bay over the weekend. File photo

Led by the talented toe of scoring sensation Aidan Martel, the St. Charles College Cardinals junior ...

May 13, 2015

Former track star takes Sudbury Rocks!!! 10 km title

Nairn Centre native and St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School graduate Sebastian Diebel came in first in the Sudbury Rocks!!! 10 kilometre race last weekend. Photo by Randy Pascal.

Runners who have called Sudbury home for a while, for school, or just for the day were all part and ...

May 12, 2015

Latest Sudbury Sports Magazine tips its hat to parents

The latest issue of Sudbury Sports Magazine, the city's only glossy community sports publication, is now on newstands. File photo

In honour of Mother's Day and Father's Day, the May/June issue of Sudbury Sports Magazine pays tribu...

May 12, 2015

Fore! Lively native hoping for top 10 at NAIA golf nationals

Lively native Alex Watier is heading to the NAIA golf nationals at Daytona Beach from May 19-22. Supplied photo.

There is but one chapter to be written in the post-secondary story of Lively golfer Alex Watier, yet...

May 11, 2015

Provincials: Jam no slouch in finals vs. tough York squad

The Sudbury U-17 Jam team came in second at the Ontario Basketball Provincial Championships, playing a very strong York North Basketball Association squad. Photo supplied

The Sudbury U17 Jam girls basketball team that competed at the Ontario Basketball Provincial Champio...

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