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WHITE PINES AWARDS

White Pines held its annual athletic awards banquet at the Trunk Rd. school last week and a number of boys and girls were recognized.

A WIN AND A LOSS

It was a good news/bad news day for the Sault's two amateur football games on Saturday as the Sabercats won and the Storm lost.

ANOTHER FOOTBALL DOUBLEHEADER

Football fans take note. There's another doubleheader on tap for Rocky DiPietro Field on Saturday. At 1 p.m., the Ontario Varsity Football Conference takes to the field as the Sault Sabercats play host to Hamilton.

SUPER RACE NIGHT FOR WILSON

It has only been two weeks of racing but the action is starting to heat up as the drivers jockey for position in the points standings at the Laird International Raceway.

BEEZER LIKES BIASUCCI

Forget the fact that John Vanbiesbrouck and Sam Biasucci are partners in the ownership of the Soo Greyhounds. The fact of the matter is, Vanbiesbrouck, as coach/general manager of the Ontario Hockey League Soo Greyhounds, likes Biasucci's son Joey.

BIASUCCI BEING SHOPPED

The Ontario Hockey League Brampton Battalion is listening to trade offers for 18-year old goalie Joey Biasucci, SooToday.com has learned. Biasucci, a native of Sault Ste.

HELP FOR HOUND GOALIES

John Vanbiesbrouck is a former goalie with impeccable credentials.

CATS CLAW BEARS

The Sault Sabercats turned on the offensive jets and powered their way to a franchise home opening win Saturday afternoon before about 250 fans at Rocky DiPietro Field.

RAIDERS PASS THROUGH STORM

The Raiders passed through a Storm and their aerial assault grounded the Sault's home opener.

LAIRD RACEWAY SEASON OPENER

With mother nature seemingly giving us our first sniff of summer's potential arrival, Laird International Raceway was back in business for its fourth year Thursday night with the opening race of the season.