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Finals set in Women's Hockey League

The stage is set for next week's finals in the Women's Hockey League after semi-final action at John Rhodes arena.

Jr. Hounds tie championship series

The Soo Jr. Greyhounds moved one step closer to their goal of an NOJHL league championship Monday night. After dropping the opening game of their best-of-seven final with North Bay on Friday night, the Jr.

Cougar b-ball women granted full OCAA status

Women's basketball returned to Sault College last fall after a 20-year hiatus. In their return to the OCAA, the Cougar women played 13 games against league and non-league opponents on an exhibition basis.

Sault College honours its top athletes

Sault College held its annual athletic awards banquet Friday night at the school's Student Life Centre. Following is a list of those who received recognition at the athletic gathering.

Playoff season in women's hockey

Source for Sports, Crawford's Canines, Investors Group and Algoma Insurance have all advanced to the semi-finals in the local Women's Hockey League. Lafarge and Play It Again Sports qualified for the "Cellar Stars" series.

Junior Hounds, North Bay in NOJHL finals

The Soo Junior Greyhounds could be in for a tough go against the regular season champion North Bay Skyhawks if stats between the two teams mean anything. The Skyhawks won three and lost one at home and outscored the Jr. Greyhounds 22-7.

Sault girl enjoys hockey success in New York

Sault Ste. Marie's Charissa Gawant has enjoyed considerable success with the women's hockey team at Elmira College, N.Y.

Barsanti retires as Algoma men's hoop coach.

The men's basketball team at Algoma University is looking for a new head coach. Ray Barsanti resigned as head coach of the Thunderbird men last week.

Baby Hounds inch closer to finals

The Soo Junior. Greyhounds are one win away from knocking off the eight-time defending NOJHL champion Rayside Balfour Sabrecats after beating the visitors 5-3 Saturday night at Memorial Gardens.

HOCKEY ROUNDUP: Hounds, Stars both lose

The Soo Greyhounds have become the first Ontario Hockey League team to be eliminated from this year's playoffs, while the Soo North Stars have been defeated in the deciding game for the Great North Midget Hockey League championship.