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LU wins fourth straight on hard court

LU wins fourth straight on hard court

The Western Mustangs proved they could hang with the Lakehead Thunderwolves for 20 minutes. But an OUA men’s basketball game is twice that long. That was a different story on Friday night. The Wolves, the No.
Trojans hand Gryphons first loss, two teams will meet in Tuesday's HS final

Trojans hand Gryphons first loss, two teams will meet in Tuesday's HS final

The Superior Collegiate Gryphons were all but anointed this year’s high school senior boys basketball champions. Entering Friday’s final against Churchill, the Gryphons had rolled through the competition this season, sporting a perfect 16-0 record.
Falcons capture HS wrestling crown

Falcons capture HS wrestling crown

At the NWOSSAA wrestling championship, St. Ignatius took the overall standings, winning both the boys and girls division for an overall score of 162. Dryden finished a distant second at 128, while Hammarkjold checked in third at 85. 41 kg 1.
Basketball Wolves in tough to host playoff game

Basketball Wolves in tough to host playoff game

It’s not looking good for a home playoff date as far as the Lakehead Thunderwolves women’s basketball team is concerned.
Wolves eliminated

Wolves eliminated

The inability to score is a sure-fire recipe for an early playoff exit.
Trojans hit HS basketball final

Trojans hit HS basketball final

The Churchill Trojans will attempt to do what no other high school senior boys basketball team has done all season – beat the Superior Collegiate Gryphons.
Chill to open season on road

Chill to open season on road

The Thunder Bay Chill will face their new divisional and provincial rival to open up their 11th Premider Development League season.
Racing rush

Racing rush

Lucas Sandberg wants to see where he stands against the best 13 and 14-year-old alpine skiers in Ontario.
Warriors blank Wolves, up 1-0

Warriors blank Wolves, up 1-0

It’s win-or-go-home time for the Lakehead Thunderwolves hockey team.
Hawks trim Stars

Hawks trim Stars

The first place Northern Hawks built up a big lead then held on for a 7-4 victory over the Screaming Eagles Tuesday in Thunder Bay Jr. B/Juvenile/AAA Hockey League play at the Tournament Centre.
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