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Thunderwolves recruit Quesnele

The Sault Ste. Marie-to-Thunder Bay hockey pipeline has come through again for the Lakehead Thunderwolves. On Thursday the university team announced that 5-foot-8 defenceman Mike Quesnele has committed to play at the school starting in September.
Fleury fired up

Fleury fired up

Theoren Fleury spent more than two decades running from his past. He's finished hiding.

Auld enjoying the ride

Alex Auld doesn’t spend much time in one place these days.

Willianen, Keating Jr. run away with Better Ball title

While Graeme McDowell was busy capturing his first U.S. Open title on Father’s Day, Walter Keating Jr. and Mark Willianen were creating their own magic on the golf course.

Eight-error night disastrous for Cats

The good news is the Border Cats have raised their team average 16 points in two games. The bad news is they’ve give up 26 runs. On Saturday it was an eighth-inning meltdown that cost them a shot at victory.
Sioux Lookout's Parent heading back to Nashville

Sioux Lookout's Parent heading back to Nashville

Ryan Parent is heading back to Nashville.
Second-half save

Second-half save

Tony Colistro learned a valuable lesson on Saturday night – stick with what works. A night after trouncing the Des Moines Menace 7-2, the Thunder Bay Chill coach tweaked his starting lineup for the rematch, with much less satisfying results.

Cats lose barn burner

The Border Cats bats finally came alive on Friday night, but despite scoring double digits for the first time this year, the team still wound up on the losing end of yet another Northwoods League contest.
Chill demolish Des Moines

Chill demolish Des Moines

The Des Moines Menace are the defending Heartland Division champions, but one wouldn’t know it judging by their performance Friday night.
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.