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HOUND WIN STREAK ENDS

A four-game Greyhound winning streak came to an end Saturday night in Plymouth. The Whalers built up a 3-0 after the first period and beat the Hounds 5-3 before more than 3,100 fans at Compuware Arena.

JR. HOUNDS LOSE AGAIN

On the heels of a 14-game winning streak the Soo Jr. Greyhounds have fallen on hard times of late as they have lost three straight games.

COUGARS WIN CROSS-TOWN WAR

Tim Walker scored 20 points as the Sault College Cougars took an Ontario Colleges Athletic Association men's basketball cross-town showdown with the Algoma University Thunderbirds Friday night at the George Leach Centre.

HOUNDS WIN FOURTH IN A ROW

The surging Soo Greyhounds won their fourth straight game on Thursday, a 6-3 road win over the Sarnia Sting.

CROSS TOWN SHOWDOWN

The city's two Ontario Colleges Athletic Association men's basketball teams are set for a cross-town showdown tomorrow night.

JR. HOUNDS FINALLY LOSE

The streak was bound to end sooner or later. The Soo Jr. Greyhounds dropped their first game since a 4-3 loss in Sudbury back in the middle of October Tuesday night at Memorial Gardens. The defending champion Rayside Balfour Sabrecats handed the Jr.

THREE IN A ROW FOR HOUNDS

The Soo Greyhounds are on a roll with three wins in a row, the latest triumph being a hard-fought 3-2 decision over the tough Sarnia Sting before 2,832 fans at Memorial Gardens on Sunday night.

ALGOMA MEN SHOCK FANSHAWE

The men's basketball team at Algoma University made school history on Saturday with a first-ever win in Ontario Colleges Athletic Association play.

COUGARS ROAR PAST FANSHAWE

Ron Kelly stomped off the bench midway through the first half Friday night and ignited the Sault College Cougars to a 92-72 Ontario Colleges Athletic Association men's basketball win over the previously unbeaten Fanshawe Falcons.

HOUNDS OVERCOME STORM

With just four defencemen in the line-up for the So Greyhounds on Friday night against Gulp, many thought it was going to be a tough night for the locals, especially facing the likes of Storm troopers Dan Paella, Martin St. Pierre and Dustin Brown.