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Six-run fifth propels Border Cats to come-from-behind win

Six-run fifth propels Border Cats to come-from-behind win

Ty Brooks' run-scoring triple proved to be the difference in Thunder Bay's 7-6 win over first-place Rochester.
Ramirez, Cooper lead Border Cats to win over Loggers

Ramirez, Cooper lead Border Cats to win over Loggers

Thunder Bay starter improves to 6-0 on the season with a solid 5.1-inning performance.
Cats settle for split against Loggers

Cats settle for split against Loggers

Second-place Thunder Bay downed La Crosse 9-4, completing Saturday's postponed contest, then fell 14-2 later in the day.
Border Cats drop first game of doubleheader, leading Game 2

Border Cats drop first game of doubleheader, leading Game 2

Thunder Bay leads the second game 7-4 in the fourth inning. It will be concluded prior to the star of Sunday's regularly scheduled contest.
Chill drop finale to Minneapolis FC

Chill drop finale to Minneapolis FC

Thunder Bay will enter the playoffs as the top seed out of the USL 2's Deep North Division.
Great Rendezvous returning to Fort William Historical Park

Great Rendezvous returning to Fort William Historical Park

Three-day event that re-enacts the two centuries-old summer gathering at Fort William opens on Friday.
Cooke homers three times, Cats split twinbill against Waterloo

Cooke homers three times, Cats split twinbill against Waterloo

Thunder Bay bounced back from a 12-9 loss to Waterloo earlier in the day to prevail 7-5 in Game 2.
Chill claim Deep North Division crown

Chill claim Deep North Division crown

Tyler Attardo buried a Diego Reveco rebound in the 55th minute as Thunder Bay edged St. Croix 2-1 to win clinch top spot in their division.
Twelve-run fifth leads Thunder Bay past Waterloo

Twelve-run fifth leads Thunder Bay past Waterloo

Offensive attack leads Cats to 16-7 win to maintain top spot in the Great Plains East.
Border Cats hang on to edge Huskies on road

Border Cats hang on to edge Huskies on road

Two-run fifth provides enough offence to earn Thunder Bay its fourth straight win and to maintain a solo share of top spot in their division.
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