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There is little doubt that the SDSSAA girls flag football scene has moved forward in leaps and bounds over the years.Now, for instance, thanks to the Bishop Carter Gators and Lasalle Lancers, we know the overtime rules that apply.In a finish that rivalled the last second drama of a game-winning field goal by Notre-Dame two nights earlier on the final play of the game,...

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Oct 31, 2014

Gators head to finals vs. Lo-Ellen

In a finish that rivalled the last second drama of a game-winning field goal by Notre-Dame two nights earlier on the final play of the game, Bishop Carter advanced to the Division B finals with a 26-14 overtime win over Lasalle.

There is little doubt that the SDSSAA girls flag football scene has moved forward in leaps and bound...

Oct 30, 2014

Regals feel they're up to the hardcourt challenge

A young Marymount Regals basketball team has been holding its own in the new single-division format the SDSSAA has adopted. Supplied photo

It remains to be seen whether a very young Marymount Regals senior girls basketball team can take th...

Oct 30, 2014

Regals royal in whitewash of Vikes

Semi-final SDSSAA flag football matches this week saw the Marymount Regals get their fourth consecutive shot at the crown with a win over the Lockerby Vikings. File photo

The Marymount Regals will get a crack at a fourth consecutive Sudbury District Secondary Schools Ath...

Oct 30, 2014

Struggling Wolves take U.S. teams to hockey school

The Sudbury Major Peewee AAA Wolves had a great time on and off the ice during a tournament in Vermont earlier this month. Supplied

The mountains of Vermont provided a splash of sunshine for the Sudbury Major Peewee AAA Wolves earli...

Oct 30, 2014

Alouettes secure second after win over Cards

And when they did, it was absolutely no contest. The Alouettes secured second place, improving to 7-1 with a 25-27, 25-9, 25-7, 25-16 win over the under-manned Cardinals.Timeouts called by S...

Oct 30, 2014

Wolves: Sizing up this week's competition

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The Sudbury Wolves host the Sarnia Sting this week, before heading out on a two-game road trip. Satu...

Oct 30, 2014

Wolves fighting to stay out of the history books

The Sudbury Wolves are happy to have star forward Nicholas Baptiste back in the lineup, hoping his return can end the team's 12-game losing streak. Photo: Terry Wilson / OHL Images

It comes down to winning for the Sudbury Wolves. They must win their next game. It is that urgent. T...

Oct 30, 2014

Latest issue of Sudbury Sports Mag out Nov. 5

Sudbury Wolves' co-captains Nicholas Baptiste and Brody Silk grace the cover of the latest issue of Sudbury Sports Magazine. Supplied

The newest installment of Sudbury Sports Magazine is hitting the streets Nov. 5.Gracing the cover ar...

Oct 30, 2014

Wolves' Desrochers is solid as a rock

Danny Desrochers is a lot of things: tough, determined, fearless. But he's also a skilled player with a lot of hockey IQ, one scout told NorthernLife.ca. Photo by Scott Haddow

Danny Desrochers carries deep scars on his face. He has been through his share of battles on the ice...

Oct 28, 2014

Leah, Christophe and the Winter Fair

Leah Blanchette and Christophe compete next week at the Royal Agriculture Winter Fair. Photo by Randy Pascal.

Making her third appearance in the past five years at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto,...

Oct 28, 2014

Cambrian ladies claim bronze at OCAA Championships

Bouncing back from a very tough loss, the Cambrian Golden Shield women's soccer team returned home on Sunday a very happy lot, having secured bronze medals at the OCAA Championships in Ottawa. Supplied photo.

Bouncing back from a very tough loss, the Cambrian Golden Shield women's soccer team returned home o...

Oct 27, 2014

Beattie, MacLeod secure cross-country banners

With more than 700 young runners gathered in near perfect conditions, it was time for R.L. Beattie Public School and MacLeod Public School to assert their dominance in the Rainbow Board cros...

Oct 27, 2014

Cardinals a step closer to league championships

A 22-yard fourth-quarter field goal by Brad Mackenzie lifted the St. Charles College Cardinals to a 10-7 quarter-final playoff win over the Lockerby Vikings as SDSSAA football teams move a step closer to crowning a league champion.

A 22-yard fourth-quarter field goal by Brad Mackenzie lifted the St. Charles College Cardinals to a ...

Oct 26, 2014

Greater Sudbury cleans up at NOSSA cross-country championships

 For the first time in at least five years -- and likely much more than that -- the local contingent laid claim to more than half of the individual gold medals as SDSSAA runners capitalized ...

Oct 25, 2014

Wolves looking for answers after 11th straight loss

The Sudbury Wolves lost their 11th straight game Friday night, falling 6-4 to the visiting Peterborough Petes at Sudbury Community Arena. Their record dropped to 1-11, and they sit last overall in the OHL. Scott Haddow photo.

 Sudbury Wolves forward Nick Baptiste isn’t thinking about the last loss the team took. Baptiste is ...

Oct 24, 2014

Fixter apologizes for profanity-laden exchange with reporter

Sudbury Wolves Head Coach Paul Fixter has issued an apology for his use of profanity in an exchange Oct. 22 with a Sault Star reporter.

In a statement issued today on the team's website, Sudbury Wolves Head Coach Paul Fixter apologized ...

Oct 23, 2014

Fixter blows his top at Soo reporter

Sudbury Wolves head coach Paul Fixter was part of an angry exchange this week with a Sault Star reporter. Video of the foul-language laden affair is making the rounds of sports media outlets today. Screen capture courtesy of Local 2.

As diehard Sudbury Wolves fans no doubt know, there's no love lost between the Nickel City team and ...

Oct 23, 2014

Baptiste is back!

High-scoring Wolves forward Nick Baptiste is scheduled to be off the injuries list and back in action tomorrow, good news for the team's struggling offence. Photo by Terry Wilson / OHL Images

Sudbury Wolves defenceman and assistant captain Jeff Corbett and his teammates are still carrying th...

Oct 23, 2014

Pre-season high school hockey underway

With the start of the high school hockey season only weeks away, the race is shaping up to be much more balanced than one year ago.

With the start of the high school hockey season only weeks away, the race is shaping up to be much m...

Oct 23, 2014

Wolves' losing streak hits 10 games

Danny Desrochers handles the puck as the Wolves battle the Soo Greyhounds Wednesday night. Desrochers scored one of only two goals as the Wolves lost 7-2, bumping their losing streak to 10 straight games. Photo by Ken Armstrong, SooToday.com.

The Sudbury Wolves' losing streak reached double digits Wednesday night with a 7-2 loss at the Essar...

Oct 21, 2014

Wolves hosting Fabio Belli Memorial Night

The Sudbury Wolves will be honouring longtime fan Fabio Belli, who passed away unexpectedly in April. File photo.

The Sudbury Wolves will host Fabio Belli Memorial Night Saturday when the star-studded Erie Otters m...

Oct 21, 2014

No surprises as varsity football playoff matchups set

There was some shuffling in the middle of the pack within the SDSSAA Varsity Football league, but the contenders played out pretty much as expected this fall.

The regular season is done and the playoff matchups are set.And while there was some shuffling in th...

Oct 21, 2014

Longtime gymnastics volunteer recognized for dedication

GymZone Sudbury Laurels volunteer Annette Ranger has been selected as a 2014 recipient of the Gymnastics Ontario Club Builder Award.Established in 2012, the award was created to recognize ex...

Oct 21, 2014

Team KMAC captures 17 medals at world championships

Team KMAC includes, from left, Kurtis Trottier, Cassyra Walia, Tyler Boucher, Aiden Lavoie, Mikaio Walia, Cedric Lessard, Myah Walia, Sarra Gratton and Jayden Rivers. Supplied photo.

Two local martial artists can now call themselves world champions after taking gold medals at the Wo...

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