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HOUNDS LOSE TO OTTAWA

A five-goal second period chased starting goalie Joey Biasucci from the nets and lifted the Ottawa 67s to a 6-3 win over the Soo Greyhounds in an Ontario Hockey League game at Memorial Gardens on Sunday.

HOUNDS ATTACK SOUND IN OPENER

Even a little fog couldn't hold the Soo Greyhounds from going on the Attack.

HOUNDS GO ON THE ATTACK TONIGHT

It's for real time for the Soo Greyhounds tonight. The Hounds are home to the Owen Sound Attack in a 7:30 p.m. start at Memorial Gardens as their Ontario Hockey League regular season gets underway.

OPENING WEEKEND FOR HOUNDS

Soo Greyhounds have shown they can win the exhibition games, going 4-0 in the pre-season. But the games that really count begin this weekend with the start of the Ontario Hockey League regular season.

LOCAL KIDS AT HOUNDS' CAMP

A definite local touch will be evident when the Soo Greyhounds open their 2002 Ontario Hockey League training camp on Aug. 26. A number of local products will be among the 36 players who'll be a part of the Hound camp.

HOUND CAMP CALL

Ten days and counting. August 28, to be exact. That's when 36 players will take to the ice for the start of the Soo Greyhounds' Ontario Hockey League training camp.

MINOR FOOTBALL AWARDS

The Sault Minor Football Association has announced its award winners for the 2002 season. In tyke division, Brian Nanne was named most valuable player while Todd Wagner won rookie of the year.

BLACK KNIGHT AT LAIRD

A season high crowd at Laird spent a long night at the track but Terry McClelland wasn't about to complain.

PREP TIME FOR CIVIC SOCCER GIRLS

Joe Ceglie says his team isn't getting too caught up in its Ontario Cup quarter-final win of Sunday. Rather, the coach of the Pino's under-19 girls Civic soccer team is focusing on the Ontario Cup semis, which will be played in Markham on Aug. 25.

SUBWAY WINS SUMMER HOOPS CROWN

Subway got 12 points from Jamie Ross and eight apiece from B.J. Denneny, Matt King, Trevor LaForrest and Patrick Murray to upend Aurora's 51-42 and win the boys division championship of the Algoma Basketball Association summer league on Sunday.