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Still alive!  T-Birds win another in double OT

Still alive! T-Birds win another in double OT

The Soo Thunderbirds will continue to fight for their playoff lives.
Hounds drop heartbreaker to end season

Hounds drop heartbreaker to end season

If there is anyone who understands what the Soo Greyhounds are going through right now, it's the 1988 Oshawa Generals. The '88 Generals were the last team to lose an Ontario Hockey League playoff series after taking a 3-0 series lead.
Mosquito Black Sox set to begin indoor workouts

Mosquito Black Sox set to begin indoor workouts

The Soo Mosquito Black Sox Selects are set to begin their spring indoor workouts for the upcoming baseball season. Indoor work outs for the rep squad will start Friday April 8th, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Best Western wins Hamilton Hawkey tournament

Best Western wins Hamilton Hawkey tournament

Best Western, from the Sault Female Hockey Association, took home top honours this past weekend in Hamilton at the 12th Annual Hamilton Hawkey Tournament.
Sault College looking for summer league basketball players

Sault College looking for summer league basketball players

Sault College will once again run it's annual Summer Basketball League for boys and men ages 15 and over. The league will run on Sunday nights from 5-9 p.m. beginning on May 22nd.
Provincial swimmers have Masterful meet

Provincial swimmers have Masterful meet

Several unofficial provincial and Canadian records were set over the weekend in Sault Ste. Marie during the 2005 Provincial Masters Swimming Championship. The three-day event attracted nearly 180 swimmers from 23 clubs across Ontario.
Aquatic Club opens long course season

Aquatic Club opens long course season

Sixteen Sault Ste Marie Aquatic Club swimmers traveled to Sudbury for a two-day regional competition over the weekend for the first Long Course competition of the season. Head coach Rob Moreside was pleased with the results.
T-Birds stave off elimination with double OT win

T-Birds stave off elimination with double OT win

The Soo Thunderbirds continue to cling to life in the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League playoffs.
Windsor forces seventh game with third straight win

Windsor forces seventh game with third straight win

The pesky Windsor Spitfires just won't go away for the Soo Greyhounds. After the Greyhounds grabbed a 3-0 series lead and prepared for a sweep, the locals have watched the Spitfires climb all the way back into the series.
North Stars settle for silver at provincials

North Stars settle for silver at provincials

The Soo North Stars will return home on Sunday night with the provincial silver medal hanging from their necks.