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Rosiak's second goal sink Lakers

Nelson Rosiak’s second goal of the game 2:55 into overtime propelled the Sioux Lookout Flyers to a 3-2 victory over the Fort Frances Lakers Thursday evening in Superior International Junior Hockey League action at Ice For Kids Arena in Fort Frances.
Clinging to life

Clinging to life

The Fort William North Stars are in desperate need of cash to stay afloat.

Gamache learning new role

Trevor Gamache was a scorer in junior, but the former Fort William North Star doesn’t see much of the offensive end of the ice these days.

North Stars game postponed

Wednesday night’s Superior International Junior Hockey League game between the Fort William North Stars and the Wisconsin Wilderness at Fort William Gardens has been postponed.

Spina, Elvish pace Hawks

Nathan Spina fired a hat-trick while Josh Elvish would add a goal and three assists to help the Northern Hawks skate past the Screaming Eagles 7-2 Tuesday night in Thunder Bay Jr. B/Juvenile/AAA Hockey League play at the Tournament Centre.

Wolves undefeated on volleyball court

The Lakehead Thunderwolves are undefeated on the volleyball court. The Wolves posted an identical 3-1 win Saturday night over the visiting Ryerson Rams, equalling their output of the night before in moving to 2-0 in OUA play.

Caria has five points in Wolves win

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Host Wilderness dump Flyers at Showcase

James Kline tallied twice to help lead the host Wisconsin Wilderness past the Sioux Lookout Flyers 6-2 Friday evening in game three of the Superior International Junior Hockey League Showcase at the Northwest Sports Complex in Spooner, Wis.

Vikings, Trojans, Saints clinch HS football playoff berths

Not that it was anything but inevitable, but the Hammarskjold Vikings are heading back to the senior high school football playoffs.

Elks win in dying seconds

Brodie Biasiol’s goal with just three seconds remaining lifted the Nipigon Elks past the Screaming Eagles 4-3 in Thunder Bay Jr. B/Juvenile/AAA Hockey League action Friday evening at the Nipigon Community Centre.