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Wednesday July 29 2015
9:30 AM EDT

Border Cats outlast St. Cloud in marathon extra-inning thriller BORDER CATS

It was the longest game in Border Cats history, and as it turns out, it was worth the wait for the home-team faithful who stuck around to see it end.  With the bases loaded and two outs, Grant McKown raced home from third on Trevor Charpie’s...

St. Cloud's Liam Bedford hits late-game grand slam to lead Rox past Border Cats BORDER CATS

Liam Bedford unleashed a little ninth-inning thunder from Down Under on the Border Cats on Monday night. The Australian catcher, his team comfortably atop the Northwoods...

Chill snubbed as PDL names all-conference teams CHILL

Despite a second-place finish in the Heartland Division and an eighth playoff appearance in nine seasons, the Thunder Bay Chill were snubbed on Monday when the Premier Development League named its all-conference teams. Not one Chill player made...

BASKETBALL (W): Thunderwolves land Michigan's Amanda Miller THUNDERWOLVES

Jon Kreiner hopes lightning strikes twice. With CIS most valuable player Jylisa Williams headed to Germany and the professional ranks, the Lakehead University women’s...

Cats erupt for 6 in 14th, earn fourth straight win

Extra-inning affairs are rapidly becoming the Border Cats forte. The Northwoods League teams scored six times in the 14th inning Sunday night to capture their fourth straight win, downing the host Wisconsin Woodchucks 13-9. It was their second...

Richmond Hill's Jeremy Langer battles through heat to win Mid-Canada Open TENNIS

THUNDER BAY – For nearly three hours Jeremy Langer left everything he had on the tennis court. Langer survived sweltering sun, cramps and a feisty opponent to claim...

Border Cats score four in 10th to snag third straight win BORDER CATS

Tyler Green homered and Dan Rizzie and Mikael Mogues hit run-scoring doubles in the 10th inning Saturday night to lead the Thunder Bay Border Cats to their third straight triumph. The four-run extra inning gave the Cats a 10-6 road win over the...

Michigan overcomes two-goal deficit to rally and eliminate Chill from playoffs CHILL

PONTIAC, Mich - The Thunder Bay Chill started the season with difficulty hanging onto leads. That inability to close out games ultimately resulted in an early end to their...

Port Arthur Family Dental Mid Canada Open set for this weekend (Event Details) TENNIS

Thunder Bay Community Tennis Centre Media Release The $10,000 Port Arthur Family Dental Mid Canada Open Tournament July 24-26, 2015 • Friday - One of the most competitive opening days ever: • Top seed Oliver Beccera...

James, McEachern lead Border Cats to win

All-stars Carter McEachern and Jared James each had two hits and an RBI on Thursday to lead the Thunder By Border Cats back into the win column. James homered on a 3-1 count to lead off the third inning, his fourth round-tripper of the summer....

Report: Tessier leaving Wolves blue-line for Laurentian THUNDERWOLVES HOCKEY

Defenceman Andrew Tessier’s time with the Lakehead Thunderwolves appears to have come to an end. The Sudbury Star reports the Elliot Lake, Ont. native is leaving to join the Laurentian Voyageurs after two seasons in Thunder Bay. Tessier,...

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