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Wolves look for comeback following ‘embarrassing’ road trip

Lakehead Thunderwolves captain Jordan Smith said last weekend’s results were nothing short of embarrassing.

Cats come back

Baseball will be back in the Bay in 2011.

Wolves blanked in Windsor

It’s a start to the season the Lakehead Thunderwolves would probably rather forget.
Wolves earn second straight win

Wolves earn second straight win

Like Friday night, the Lakehead Thunderwolves fell in an early hole. But unlike Friday night, when they climbed out, they stayed out.

Stars score six straight in win

The Fort William North Stars made easy work of the Duluth Clydesdales on Friday night. Riley Marsh and Matt Valley scored a pair of goals apiece, who went on to win the contest 7-2 at Fort William Gardens.

Melnick scores three times for Tigers

Stuart Melnick only carried the ball for 39 yards on Friday, but the Westgate Tigers halfback made the most of every one of them. Melnick scored three times on the ground, leading the 2-2 Tigers to a 21-14 win over the St.

Stars, Elks skate to tie

A Joe Szura power play goal with 3:14 remaining lifted the visiting Thunder Bay Jr. B Stars into a 4-4 tie with the Nipigon Elks Friday in Thunder Bay Jr. B/Juvenile/AAA Hockey League action at the Nipigon Community Centre.
Thrilling win

Thrilling win

Tasia McKenna is money at the line.

Border Cats future at stake

The Thunder Bay Border Cats have scheduled a news conference for Tuesday to discuss the future of the franchise.

Wolves lanced by Windsor

Thunder Bay’s Kyle Tront had three assists, helping the host Windsor Lancers to an upset 5-1 win over the Lakehead Thunderwolves on Friday night.