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Saturday February 13 2016
10:10 AM EST

Laurier Goldenhawks win goaltending duel with Thunderwolves THUNDERWOLVES HOCKEY

Jeff Bosch wants to go out on a high note. The fifth-year goaltender will have one more chance to salute the Fort William Gardens crowd, his five-year university hockey career about to come to a close with one last outing Saturday night against...

Goldcorp midget A Queens improve to 2-0 at CAN/AM Challenge Cup HOCKEY

THUNDER BAY QUEENS HOCKEY www.thunderbayqueens.com MADISON, Wis. – A Lauren Lightbody goal two minutes into the second period proved to be the game-winner as the Thunder Bay Goldcorp midget A Queens edged the St. Louis Lady Blues 2-1...

MBB: Thunderwolves dominate second half, waltz to win over Waterloo THUNDERWOLVES

The first half was just a warm-up. The Lakehead Thunderwolves came out firing Friday night after the break, out-scoring the host Waterloo Warriors 44-21 to capture an 84-64 OUA men’s basketball road win as their playoff push continued. ...

Jacobs knocks off Koivula, takes over top spot at Northern Ontario men's curling championship CURLING

NORTH BAY -- Brad Jacobs is alone in first at the Northern Ontario men’s curling championship in North Bay. The five-time provincial champion and reigning Olympic gold medalist rocked Thunder Bay’s Colin Koivula squad 9-2 on Friday...

Thunderhawks women in hunt at OCAA Curling Championships CURLING

THUNDER BAY -- The Confederation College women’s curling team is on a roll at the OCAA championships in Thunder Bay. Meghan St. Amand’s squad won both of its games on Friday, downing Sir Sanford Fleming College 8-4, then following...

WBB: Lakehead rallies late, but can't catch Waterloo on road THUNDERWOLVES

The comeback fell short. The Lakehead Thunderwolves women’s basketball team trailed the Waterloo Warriors by 18 points on the road at the half, battled back to within six, but couldn’t overcome their early deficit, dropping a 60-51...

Koivula continues winning ways in North Bay CURLING

NORTH BAY -- Colin Koivula and Brad Jacobs are on a collision course at the Northern Ontario men’s curling championship. The Thunder Bay rink rode a four-ender in the eighth end Friday to an 8-6 win over Geraldton’s Mike Assad. ...

Flexible celebration: Commemorating National Splits Day LOCAL

To commemorate Canadian Gymnastics Week, several of Ultimate Gymnastics competitive athletes gathered at the club on Wednesday, February 10th, to take part in National...

SIJHL announces playoff format and timeline SIJHL

THUNDER BAY, Ont. – The Superior International Junior Hockey League announced Thursday its playoff format and timeline for the upcoming postseason. The first round...

SSSAA results for Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016 SSSAA

Varsity Boys Basketball Playoffs (A-Side Quarterfinals) (6)St. Patrick  67  (2)Westgate  59 P: Kellen Steudle 24  W: Jordan Jackowski 19 SPHS: 4-8   WCVI: 6-5 (1)St. Ignatius  85  (4)Hammarskjold ...

St. Amand rink earns Thunderhawks opening day win at OCAA Curling Championship CURLING

Confederation College skip Megan St. Amand and her team are off to a successful start in their quest to bring home a record 13th Ontario College Athletic Association women’s...

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