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Led by a first place finish by the 14 year-old team, as well as an outstanding showing by a group of duets in the 13-15 age classification, members of the Sudbury Synchro Club continued to build momentum at the 21st Annual Waterloo Invitational in late January.Posting a score of 59.833, the Sudbury crew (Megan Sarmatiuk, Stacie Kohan, Georgia Speck, Laurel Duguay, Sar...

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Feb 10, 2016

Sudbury speed skaters benefit from World Cup medals

Sudbury Sprinters Speed Skating Club is one of the newest clubs to receive a $1,000 bursary from Intact Insurance Company as part of the 2015-2016 Podium Tracker program. File photo.

Sudbury Sprinters Speed Skating Club is one of the newest clubs to receive a $1,000 bursary from Int...

Feb 09, 2016

Para-nordic skier racing through the ranks

27-year-old Collin Cameron has been fast-tracking through the sport of para-nordic skiing. He was introduced to the sport just six months ago and will be on his way to Germany at the end of the month. Supplied photo.

It has been quite the whirlwind six month stretch for Collin Cameron, with his next stop now schedul...

Feb 09, 2016

Kilganon on TSN tonight in Slam Dunk Contest feature

Sudbury's dunk king Jordan Kilganon will appear on TSN Sports Centre tonight in a feature "The Slam Dunk Contest". File photo.

Sudbury's dunk king Jordan Kilganon will appear on TSN Sports Centre tonight in the feature The Slam... Video: Jordan Kilganon on Sports Centre tonight

Feb 09, 2016

Wolves go superhero, celebrate Stompin' Tom this weekend

Friday is St. Louis Bar & Grill Superhero Night in support of Northern Ontario Families of Children with Cancer (NOFCC). The Sudbury Wolves will wear special Superhero jerseys, which will be auctioned off during the game in a silent auction to help raise money for the NOFCC. File photo

The Sudbury Wolves return home this week looking to build off their four-point road trip as they hos...

Feb 08, 2016

Sudbury Synchro teams make the podium in Waterloo

Sudbury Sychro Club 12 & under tandem of Amy Lacelle and Madison Hood took fifth place at the 21st Annual Waterloo Invitational last month. The team as a whole put together a strong showing. Supplied photo.

Led by a first place finish by the 14 year-old team, as well as an outstanding showing by a group of...

Feb 07, 2016

Sudbury’s Spirits high after ending long road trip with a win

Sudbury Wolves Head Coach David Matsos said the team played a disciplined game in a 6-3 win against the Saginaw Spirit Saturday night. File photo.

The long bus ride back to Sudbury from Saginaw will be a positive one for the Sudbury Wolves as they...

Feb 06, 2016

Lady Wolves tune up for stretch run

With one final tournament before the real fun begins, the Sudbury Midget "AA" Lady Wolves made the most of it. File photo.

With one final tournament before the real fun begins, the Sudbury Midget "AA" Lady Wolves made the m...

Feb 06, 2016

Sudbury outlasts Flint in back and forth affair

Heading across the border brought a tough battle for the Sudbury Wolves as the Pack needed overtime to take down the Flint Firebirds 5-4. File photo.

Heading across the border brought a tough battle for the Sudbury Wolves as the Pack needed overtime ...

Feb 05, 2016

Schmalz named Wolves' January player of the month

The Sudbury Wolves players of the month are goalie Troy Timpano, captain Danny Desrochers, Matt Schmalz, Brady Pataki, Macauley Carson, and Reagan O'Grady. Supplied photo.

Sudbury Wolves forward Matt Schmalz is the winner of the Skater’s Edge player of the month award for...

Feb 05, 2016

Windsor flies by Wolves

The Sudbury Wolves kept it close for two periods Feb. 4, but a four goal outburst in the third period by the Windsor Spitfires led to a 6-1 win for the homeside. File photo.

The Sudbury Wolves kept it close for two periods Feb. 4, but a four goal outburst in the third perio...

Feb 04, 2016

Nickel City battling for NOHL supremacy

The Soo Jr. Greyhounds remain atop the NOHL's Minor Peewee division, with the Nickel City Sons and North Bay Trappers pushing to gain ground. File photo.

The mid-season "Showcase Tournament" in the Minor Peewee division of the NOHL (Northern Ontario "AAA...

Feb 03, 2016

Wolves hit the road starting Thursday

The Sudbury Wolves start a bust road trip on Thursday and will play three games in three nights against the Windsor Spitfires, Flint Firebirds and Saginaw Spirit. File photo.

The Sudbury Wolves will begin a three-game road trip on Thursday with stops in Windsor, Flint and Sa...

Feb 03, 2016

Spots still open for charity funspiel next weekend

You can curl as your favourite tv characters next weekend at the Human League Association's annual curling bonspiel. Spots are still open. Supplied photo.

The Human League Association of Sudbury's annual curling bonspiel is just around the corner, on Feb....

Feb 03, 2016

Surging Wolves gain ground on league leaders

The Sudbury Minor Midget “AA” Wolves toppled the league-leading Copper Cliff Redmen by a count of 5-1 to close to within four points of first place. File photo.

The Sudbury Minor Midget AA Wolves are playing some very good hockey right now.Coming off an impress...

Feb 02, 2016

Atom Ice Dogs are golden

The Nickel Centre Atom Ice Dogs beat eight other teams in the AtoMc Golden Moments competition. Supplied photo.

The Nickel Centre Atom Ice Dogs are winners both on and off the ice.They proved that by scoring 16 M...

Feb 02, 2016

Wolves to host two charity games Family Day weekend

Sudbury Wolves players Patrick Murphy and team captain Danny Desrochers promoted the new superhero jerseys they will wear Friday, Feb. 12 for a special charity game to raise funds for Northern Ontario Families of Children . Photo by Jonathan Migneault.

The Sudbury Wolves will host two charity games over the Family Day weekend to support Northern Ontar...

Feb 01, 2016

Horgan rink brings home silver at Canadian championships

The boys from the Copper Cliff Curling Curling Club had a spectacular run at the 2016 Canadian Junior Curling Championships in Stratford this week, but were defeated in the finals by a very strong Manitoba rink. File photo.

Like most everyone following the 2016 Canadian Junior Curling Championships in Stratford this week, ...

Jan 31, 2016

Wolves battle back but come up short

The Sudbury Wolves were beaten on Sunday afternoon at the hands of their Central Division rivals from North Bay. File photo.

It was a familiar script for the Sudbury Wolves on Sunday afternoon as they fell behind early in Nor...

Jan 31, 2016

Copper Cliff Curling club backing their boys all the way

Copper Cliff Curling Club manager and ice technician Jerry Zanuttig shows off a gift that the boys from the Tanner Horgan rink presented him with for all of his work at the club. Photo: Matt Durnan

Copper Cliff Curling Club members and employees gathered at the club on Sunday afternoon to watch th...

Jan 30, 2016

Sudbury native named to Canadian Nordic team

Sudbury native Alannah MacLean was recently named to the Canadian Under 23 Nordic Ski team that will participate at the World Championships next month in Rasnov (Romania). Supplied photo.

Recently named to the Canadian Under 23 Nordic Ski team that will participate at the World Champions...

Jan 29, 2016

Jenys and Niagara ice the Wolves

Sudbury Wolves forward Mikkel Aagaard didn't get to enjoy playing his former team on Friday night as the Wolves were beaten 6-1. Photo by: Matt Durnan.

Three quick goals were more than enough for the Icedogs as Niagara beat the Sudbury Wolves 6-1.Befor...

Jan 29, 2016

Sudbury Synchro team off to a smooth start

The Sudbury Synchro Swim Club was featured on The Amazing Race Canada last summer, but now they are on to more serious matters as the 2016 season is underway. File photo.

The Sudbury Synchro Swim Club (SSSC) is all about the amazing race.The local crew was featured when ...

Jan 29, 2016

Sudbury rink will play for national gold on Sunday

Copper Cliff Curling Club rink of skip Tanner Horgan, vice Jacob Horgan, second Nick Bissonnette, and lead Maxime Blais will play for gold at the 2016 Canadian Junior Curling Championships on Sunday. File photo

Tanner Horgan was pulling no punches when he calmly suggested, two weeks ago, that his team could po...

Jan 28, 2016

Sudbury rink on fire at junior curling championships

Copper Cliff Curling Club rink — (from left) Tanner Horgan, skip, Jacob Horgan, third, Nick Bissonnette, second, Maxime Blais, lead, and coach Gerry Horgan — are on track for a semi-final berth at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships, being held this week in Stratford, Ont. Supplied photo

The Tanner Horgan rink is almost there.With two games remaining in their crossover schedule at the 2...

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