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Paine picked as player of week

Picking Tom Paine to be the Superior International Junior Hockey League’s most recent player of the week just made common sense.

Mangini drives in first big league run

The major league firsts keep coming for former Thunder Bay Border Cat Matt Mangini.

Mangini pops up in pinch hitting role

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Paine means gain for Duluth

Tom Paine earned the Duluth Clydesdales their first-ever Superior International Junior Hockey League triumph on Friday night.

Kuhlman paces Wilderness in home debut

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Tilley terrific for Stars

The Fort William North Stars held off a hard-charging Sioux Lookout Flyers squad on Friday night, earning their second win of the Superior International Junior Hockey League season.

Caria returns to Wolves

Unable to reach an American Hockey League deal with the Carolina Hurricanes organization, Matt Caria will spend the 2010-11 hockey season with the Lakehead Thunderwolves. The Sault Ste.

Falcons remain unbeaten

The St. Ignatius Falcons are off to a hot start in senior girls high school basketball. The Falcons rode a dozen points from MeganYuan, easily getting past Churchill 31-19 on Thursday to improve to 2-0.

Mangini makes MLB debut

Former Thunder Bay Border Cats third baseman Matt Mangini can call himself a Major Leaguer.

Churchill boys split on volleyball court

The high school sports season is under way. On Monday the Churchill boys scored a 3-0 sweep of Dennis Franklin Cromarty in senior boys volleyball. They weren’t quite as lucky on the junior side, falling 2-1 to La Verendrye.