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Easy victory

Easy victory

The York Lions scored 22 points in the first half Friday night. They piled on 19 in the third quarter alone and still lost ground to the host Lakehead Thunderwolves. This is an OUA men’s basketball game that was never in doubt.

Tikka named CIS rookie of the year

A former member of the Lakehead Express soccer team has been named Canadian Interuniversity Sport rookie-of-the-year. Kelsey Tikka, who plays for the Sir Wilfred Laurier Golden Hawks, helped her school capture the OUA championship last week.

Undefeated Vikings march into final

Megan Foster scored 20 points on Thursday to lead the Hammarskjold Vikings into the high school junior girls basketball final.

Elks rally late to beat Stars

A late Nipigon Elks three-goal outburst just 3:16 apart let them rally for a 5-4 victory over the Jr. B Stars Thursday evening in Thunder Bay Jr. B/Juvenile/AAA Hockey League action at the Tournament Centre.

Tougas aids Northern Hawks win

Justin Tougas set-up three first period goals to help the Northern Hawks clip the Screaming Eagles 6-1 Tuesday in Thunder Bay Jr. B/Juvenile/AAA Hockey League action at the Tournament Centre.

McKenna's 27 paces Wolves to win

A 23-point third quarter helped the Lakehead Thunderwolves women overcome a four-point half-time deficit on Saturday, as they held off host Ryerson in the fourth to claima 67-62 victory on Day 2 of the OUA basketball campaign.

Searle tees off on Ryerson

Upset at Friday’s opening-night loss, the Lakehead Thunderwolves took out their frustrations on the Ryerson Rams on Saturday.
Slump snapped

Slump snapped

The roller coaster ride that’s been the Lakehead Thunderwolves hockey season was on the ascent on Saturday night.
Vikings victorious

Vikings victorious

The Hammarskjold Vikings scored nine more points than the defending champion Sir Winston Churchill Trojans in three meetings this year.
Wolves squander 3-1 second period lead, give up second place in OUA West

Wolves squander 3-1 second period lead, give up second place in OUA West

The offence was there, but the concentration got lost somewhere between the Lakehead Thunderwolves dressing room and the ice.