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Cats blanked

Cats blanked

It’s official, the Thunder Bay Border Cats are the weakest-hitting team in the Northwoods League. It’s starting to cost them ballgames.
Angels take Schugel, infielder plays final game at PA Stadium

Angels take Schugel, infielder plays final game at PA Stadium

A.J. Schugel is trying to be Babe Ruth in reverse.
Higuain scores hat trick, Argentina beats South Korea 4-1

Higuain scores hat trick, Argentina beats South Korea 4-1

JOHANNESBURG - Gonzalo Higuain scored three goals in Argentina's 4-1 win over South Korea at the World Cup on Thursday, a result that put the South Americans on the brink of qualifying for the next round from Group B.
Sharp living the dream as Stanley Cup champion

Sharp living the dream as Stanley Cup champion

In 2006, Patrick Sharp watched Eric Staal bring the Stanley Cup home to Thunder Bay. Last summer it was Jordan Staal’s turn.

Pyatt enjoying a magical ride

Tom Pyatt began the NHL season as spare change with the Montreal Canadiens organization, a body filling a hole with the American Hockey League’s Hamilton Bulldogs, an emergency replacement.

Sharp will bring cup to Bay, move to TO unknown

Patrick Sharp may or may not wind up in Toronto next season. For now the veteran forward will relish his role in bringing the Stanley Cup to Chicago for the first time in 49 years.
Chill dealing with World Cup fever

Chill dealing with World Cup fever

There’s no doubt who Gustavo Oliveira is cheering for in this year’s World Cup. A Brazilian by birth, the Thunder Bay Chill striker does have an unlikely second choice in the battle for global soccer supremacy – defending champion Italy .
Good call

Good call

The decision to shutdown a sports program at an Ontario university because of substance abuse was the right call, says Lakehead University’s athletics director.

Bump in the road: Cats on five-game losing streak

The Border Cats fell to the Rochester Honkers in extra innings Sunday, putting the team on a five-game losing streak near the end of what has been a disastrous road trip.

On a soggy field, Chill snag second win at home

A convincing second-half performance allowed the Thunder Bay Chill to walk away with a 4-1 win over the Springfield Demize Friday night.