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North Stars ousted from Big Nickel despite win

The Soo North Stars finished the Big Nickel Tournament with a win, but it wasn't enough to advance into the playoff round. The North Stars, the Sault's AAA midget representatives, concluded the tournament with a 6-1 victory over the Lampton Jr.

Repeat! Knights win as Posteraro boots OT field goal (UPDATED)

Repeat! Knights win as Posteraro boots OT field goal The St. Mary's Knights have repeated as the Northern Ontario Secondary Schools Association champions and the win came in dramatic fashion.

Sault College battles Fanshawe to win and a loss

It was a successful night on the court for the Sault College Cougars basketball teams.

Hounds rally to deflate Spirit

It may have been Halloween but the Soo Greyhounds weren't prepared to handout any treats to the visiting Saginaw Spirit.

AUC women prep for opener

For the Algoma University College Women's basketball team, a new season is upon them as they prepare to face Fanshawe College on Saturday afternoon at the George Leach Centre on the campus of Algoma University.

SJD sweep highlights Thursday's hoop action

The Sir James Dunn Eagles came away with a pair of home court wins on Thursday as the High School Girls Basketball League enters the stretch drive.

HOCKEY NOTES: North Stars tie; Ice Breaker Cup opens

The Soo North Stars opened the Big Nickel Tournament in Sudbury on Thursday night with a tie. The locals skated to a 2-2 draw with Markham as Jake McClelland and Zac Torquato scored the North Stars goals.

HOUND TALES: Maccarone shipped to Sudbury

The Soo Greyhounds were busy on Thursday as the team completed an Ontario Hockey League trade and celebrated the selection of two players to an OHL select team competing against Russia.

T-Birds mauled by Black Bears in OT

The Soo Thunderbirds made a late game surge to send the game into overtime but Northern Michigan rallied for the win in extra time.

Hounds drop overtime decision to Sting

It wasn't the way they wanted to open their current homestand, but the Soo Greyhounds walked out of Memorial Gardens on Wednesday night feeling good, despite dropping a 2-1 overtime decision to the Sarnia Sting.