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Warriors earn split against Lakehead

Twenty-four hours after the Lakehead women’s basketball won in blowout fashion, the Laurier Golden Hawks returned the favour in the second half of their two game series, winning 75-51, Friday night at Waterloo.

Wolves upend Warriors

The Lakehead Thunderwolves men’s basketball team cleaned up the glass and took care of business, beating the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks 79-65, Saturday night at Waterloo to earn a split of their two-game series.
Wolves roll over Lancers

Wolves roll over Lancers

Dan Speer hasn’t scored often this season. In fact, prior to his goal in Saturday night’s 8-2 win over the Windsor Lancers, the Lakehead Thunderwolves forward hadn’t lit the lamp since Oct. 30, a second-period marker in a 3-2 loss to Waterloo.

Mustangs sweep volleyball Wolves

The Lakehead Thunderwolves met a defensive brick wall, Friday night, and were stymied by the Western Mustangs in a 3-0 loss at the C. J. Sanders Fieldhouse. Scores in the sets were 25-21, 25-21 and 25-14.

Druery shines for Lakehead

On a night when their leading scorer netted just two points, head coach Jon Kreiner’s Thunderwolves women’s basketball team rallied for a balanced team win, 84-61 over the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks, Friday night at Waterloo.

Hawks soar past Wolves

The No. 6 Thunderwolves men’s basketball team found out what it’s like to be the hunted, Friday night, as the Laurier Golden Hawks sunk their talons into Lakehead, winning 69-59 at Waterloo, Ontario.
Wolves win shootout

Wolves win shootout

It wasn’t pretty, and it sure didn’t look that way, but Joel Scherben will take the two points nonetheless.

Senior Falcons edge Vikings in SSSAA basketball

Gavin Hoy’s 23-point effort wasn’t quite enough on Thursday as his Hammarskjold Vikings fell two points short in senior boys basketball action. Cody Gibson-Wilke had a dozen points and D.J. Quaresima had 11, pacing the top-ranked St.

LU claws up to sixth in CIS Top 10

Lakehead took two wins from the McMaster Marauders last weekend and on Tuesday the CIS announced that the Thunderwolves also took what was once Mac’s No. 6 spot in the CIS men’s basketball top ten rankings.
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.
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