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Canada runs on Duncan

Canada runs on Duncan

Duncan Keith definitely considers himself a product of Northwestern Ontario. The Chicago Blackhawks defenceman and rising star, named to the Canadian men’s Olympic hockey team on Dec.
Winning touch

Winning touch

They say the third time is the charm.
One left

One left

Normal 0 0 1 313 1410 24 8 2193 11.1280 0 0 0 Krista McCarville is one win away from a clean sweep and a trip to Sault Ste. Marie after Saturday’s 1-2 page playoff game at the Scotties at the Port Arthur Curling Club.

Lady Wolves fall flat in rematch

The second time wasn’t so lucky for the Lady Thunderwolves basketball team. A night after handily defeating the visiting McMaster Marauders, the Lakehead women fell a little flat in Saturday’s rematch.

Wolves sweep McMaster on hard court

It may be a New Year, but the Lakehead Thunderwolves are continuing with the traditions they started in 2009 – winning traditions that is.

Harrison takes tiebreaker

A four-ender in the eighth has propelled Alliston's Jacqueline Harrison into the playoffs at the provincial woman's curling championship at the Port Arthur Curling Club in Thunder Bay. She downed Sarnia's Carrie Lindner 8-2 in nine ends.

Mustangs trounce hockey Wolves

It was not the second-half start the Lakehead Thunderwolves were looking for. Yashar Farmanara scored twice on Friday night and added a pair of assists as the Western Mustangs (14-2-0) trounced their traditional hockey rivals 7-2 on home ice.
Still undefeated

Still undefeated

Krista McCarville is feeling a little under the weather, but it didn’t stop her and her teammates from running the table during round-robin play at the Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

Falcons edge Gryphons to take second place

It was a tight one on Thursday in the battle for second place in high school boys basketball. Cody Gibson-Wilke scored 16 points to lead the St. Ignatius Falcons to a 60-52 overtime win over the Superior Collegiate Gryphons.

McCarville guaranteed top spot

Eight isn’t quite enough for Krista McCarville, but it is good enough to clinch top spot at the Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts.