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COUGARS DROP A PAIR

The Alpena Lumberjacks paid a visit to the Sault College gym on Wednesday and left with men's and women's basketball wins over the Cougars. It was non-conference action and the Alpena women began the night with a 60-29 win over Sault College.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL LEAGUE BEING ORGANIZED

The Algoma Basketball Association plans to introduce a women's league that will begin play in early December. Officials are looking at a four-team league with games being played Fridays at 5 and 6 p.m. at the Sault College gym.

BUSY WEEK ON LOCAL COLLEGE SCENE

The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association will feature six basketball games and one volleyball set as part of a busy local sports week in the Sault. Checking out the local OCAA calendar for this week: WEDNESDAY: Women's basketball, 5 p.

WHALERS BLANK HOUNDS

The Plymouth Whalers strolled into Memorial Gardens Sunday night looking to move into first place in the Ontario Hockey League West Division and they got just what they were after.

JR. & SR. HOOP TITLES FOR ST. BASIL

The St. Basil Saints won a pair of girls high school basketball championships before a packed gymnasium at Korah on Saturday night. The juniors and seniors from St. Basil both kept unbeaten seasons intact.

HOUNDS SPIT OUT

A modest winning streak of two games ended for the Greyhounds Friday night before a crowd of 3,130 at the Sault Memorial Gardens. Ryan Aschaber won a goaltending duel with Adam Munro as the Windsor Spitfires trimmed the Hounds 3-1.

SAINTS, KNIGHTS IN SR. HOOPS FINAL

It'll be the unbeaten St. Basil Saints and the St. Mary's Knights for the senior girls high school basketball championship on Saturday night.

TWO IN A ROW FOR HOUNDS

Rookie centre Tyler Kennedy scored at 6:03 of the third period to lift the Soo Greyhounds to a 4-3 win over the highly touted Sarnia Sting before 2,568 fans at Memorial Gardens Wednesday night.

WP GIRLS WIN HOOPS TIEBREAKER

Finally, after two days of tiebreakers, the final playoff spot in the senior division of the local girls high school basketball league has been decided.

HOUNDS MAKE SIX-PLAYER TRADE

The Greyhounds have completed a six-player Ontario Hockey League trade with the Erie Otters, SooToday.com has confirmed.