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Salhia comes up big for b-ball Wolves

With two of Brock’s three leading scorers sidelined, the No. 8 Lakehead Thunderwolves men’s basketball team took full advantage, winning by a one-sided 64-45 margin, Friday night at St. Catharines, Ontario.

Volleyballers get rare win

The Lakehead Thunderwolves women’s volleyball team made sure that RMC’s winning ways were short-lived, Friday night as they beat the Paladins 3-1 at the C. J. Sanders Fieldhouse in Thunder Bay.

Wolves out of race for top spot

The Lakehead Thunderwolves threw everything but an anvil at Laurier goaltender Jeff MacDougald, but it was the Hawks who flattened the visitors in a 4-2 Friday night win at Waterloo. The No.
Battle ready

Battle ready

Winning is half of what local mixed martial artist David Letourneau hopes to do in his MFC debut later this month.

LU heads to Duluth for track final OUA tuneup

Head coach Kip Sigsworth and his Lakehead Thunderwolves track and field team will head across the Canada-US border this weekend to Duluth, Minn., for the St. Scholastica-hosted Lake Superior Challenge, Saturday, Feb. 13.

Thunderwolves to close regular season at Laurier and Brock

Looking to gain an edge in the closely contested OUA West Division, head coach Joel Scherban and his Lakehead Thunderwolves men’s hockey team will journey south for its final weekend of regular season play.

LU tests hockey Flywheel

A new training device called the Crossover Flywheel was developed in the U.S. to help hockey players train, and now some researchers from Lakehead University are testing the product.

Scotties dream ends for Team McCarville

Krista McCarville’s amazing run at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts came to a screeching halt Saturday night in Sault Ste. Marie.
Wolves rebound with huge win

Wolves rebound with huge win

It was their final regular season hockey game at Fort William Gardens, and on Saturday night the graduating seniors made it count.

McCarville on to Scotties semifinal

Thunder Bay has a reason to watch Saturday night’s semifinal at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. Krista McCarville ran former world champion Kelly Scott of Kelowna, B.C.
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