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HIGH SCHOOL NOTEBOOK

The high school spotlight will be on football this Saturday at 1 p.m. at Rocky DiPIetro Field when the St. Mary's Knights play the champions from Nipissing District for the senior division title. St.

LARSH SHOWS SPIRIT FOR HOUNDS

SAGINAW, Mich. -- Jeff Larsh is starting to come of age for the Soo Greyhounds. The Hounds' second pick (23rd overall) at the 2001 Ontario Hockey League draft, Larsh failed to score a goal in spot duty over 28 games as a rookie last season.

KNIGHTS WIN SCHOOL GRID TITLE

Adam Zuccato scored on touchdown runs of 25 and 69 yards to lead the St.

RAINVILLE LEADS JUNIOR HOUNDS

Jeff Rainville continued his attack on NOJHL goaltending Friday night at Memorial Gardens and this time Sudbury Northern Wolves' goalie Danny Battachio was the victim.

SCHOOL FOOTBALL FINAL TONIGHT

It's a much-anticipated city final for senior high school football bragging rights as the St. Mary's Knights and Sir James Dunn Eagles get set to wage war to determine Sault Ste. Marie's best of the best. Game time is 7:30 p.m.

BEAVERS PREY FOR JR. HOUNDS

You knew it was going to be a tough night for the Blind River Beavers when Mark Evans scored in the opening minute of the Soo Jr. Greyhounds' 8-2 route of the visitors Wednesday night at Memorial Gardens. From then, on Jr.

SAINTS HOOP ANOTHER WIN

Make it eight wins in a row for the senior girls high school basketball team at St. Basil. The Saints ran their record to a perfect 8-0 on Tuesday with a tidy 46-31 win over the White Pines Wolverines.

NORTH STARS ON TOP

A win and a tie on home ice have improved the Soo North Stars' record to 8-2-2, tops in the Great North Midget Hockey League. The three-point weekend came from a 5-5 tie and 4-2 win vs. the Sudbury Lockerby Nickel Capitals.

GENERALS DOWN GREYHOUNDS

Playing well of late the Soo Greyhounds went into action last night against the Oshawa Generals trying to win their second straight game and increase their undefeated streak to a modest three games.

SAULT COLLEGE WOMEN IMPROVING BUT...

BARRIE -- The women's basketball team at Sault College, a first-year entry in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association, came away winless from a weekend road trip here, though marginal improvement was made.