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Capers dump Wolves in consolation round

It really wasn’t much of a consolation for the Lakehead Thunderwolves men’s basketball team. A day after being eliminated on the opening day of the national championship at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, the No.
Birds bounce wolves

Birds bounce wolves

If basketball games lasted only 20 minutes, the Lakehead Thunderwolves would be off to the national semifinals.

University Cup tickets selling well, organizers say

With the opening day of the 2010 Cavendish University Cup just a week away, organizers say ticket sales already appear to be up from this time last year.
Wolves draw Alberta, UQTR in Cavendish Cup

Wolves draw Alberta, UQTR in Cavendish Cup

The seedings are in and it’s not pretty for the Lakehead Thunderwolves, who check in at No. 4 in the Cavendish University Cup rankings. The Wolves will have to outlast the No. 1-ranked University of Alberta Golden Bears and the No.
Into the Final 8

Into the Final 8

Thirty-three years ago Bill Walton and the Portland Trail Blazers downed Julius Erving – fresh from a stint in the ABA – and the Philadelphia 76ers to win the NBA championship.

Danton's pair secures Cavendish Cup bid for Saint Mary's

Mike Danton is coming to Thunder Bay. Danton, the former NHLer who spent five years in jail for conspiracy to commit murder, scored twice on Monday to lead the Saint Mary’s Huskies to a 5-3 win over the St. Francis Xavier X-Men.
McGill captures Queen's Cup

McGill captures Queen's Cup

History didn’t repeat itself on Saturday night.

Wolves beat Gee-Gees, off to nationals

The Lakehead Thunderwolves men’s basketball team is headed to the national championships for the first time in 33 years.

Twins tie opener

The Thunder Bay Twins opened Hockey Northwestern Ontario's senior branch championship on Friday with a 5-5 tie against the Fort Frances Thunder Hawks. No scoring summary is available.

Elementary schools celebrate new Olympic sport

Rugby will soon become an official Olympic sport, and to celebrate elementary school students from across the city swapped their books Wednesday for an oval-shaped ball.