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Canadian Native fastball championships begin today

With an 11 a.m. first pitch, the Canadian Native Fastball Association Championships will be officially under way.

Laird looks to turn attention back to the track tonight

After a week of controversy, Laird International Raceway returns to action on the track tonight.

Steelers face Outlaws in playoff showdown

Now that everyone has paid the Northern Football Conference piper, playoff action is ready to begin. Following last Saturday's regular season closer, Mississauga and Mega City had yet to fully pay their league dues.

Rain washes away racing action at Kinross Speedway

For the fourth time this 2003 season, the scheduled racing events at the Kinross Speedway were washed away by mother nature this past Saturday Night.
Sault Minor Football Bantam Championship

Sault Minor Football Bantam Championship

It was a finish that Jordan Verdone of Scholars could only dream about. Verdone a standout player capped off a stellar six year career in the SMFA leading his Scholars team to a 34-6 championship victory over Brody's Sunday at Rocky Dipietro field.

Simply Perfect! Steelers record undefeated season (UPDATE)

The 2003 Sault Steelers recorded the first undefeated regular season in franchise history in spectacular fashion Saturday night, trouncing the Sudbury Spartans 51-7.

Sabercats run out of gas in Hamilton

HAMILTON -- Despite a solid team effort, a short bench eventually worn down the Sault Sabercats. Fielding a small group of 27 players, the Sabercats hung tight for three quarters of play.

Laird crowns mid-season champions

George Wilson used some good driving and a little luck on his way to a three-race sweep and a mid-season championship at Laird International Raceway on Thursday night.

Steelers ready for weekend play.

In a season that has been better than anyone had ever dreamed, the Sault Steelers will look to cap a brilliant regular season with a perfect record.

Soo Sports Mosquito Selects went 4-2

This past weekend the Soo Sports Mosquito Selects went 4-2 and captured the Consolation Championship in the Byron Optimist baseball tournament in London, Ontario.