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NASHVILLE AWAITS PATRICK JARRETT

Sault Ste. Marie native Patrick Jarrett was selected in the fifth round of Sunday's National Hockey League draft. The 18-year old centre was picked by the Nashville Predators from the OHL Owen Sound Attack. Jarrett, the no.

TWO HOUNDS TOP PICKS AT NHL DRAFT

Two members of the OHL Soo Greyhounds were among the top 43 players selected through part one of the annual NHL draft which began Saturday.

STORM FALLS TO 0-4 IN NFC

There is a dark cloud hanging over the Sault Storm with no bright spot in sight.

NO SHELTER FOR THE STORM

The Sault Storm got down to business Friday in what normally is a day off.

SUPER BATTLE AT LAIRD RACEWAY

George Wilson and Rob Sartini continue a wild battle for the Super Stock points title. Once again Thursday night, the two were one and two at the finish line during the third evening of action at the Laird International Raceway.

BIG BUCKS FOR MAURICE

It certainly does pay to coach in the National Hockey League. Just ask Sault Ste. Marie's Paul Maurice. SooToday.com has learned that Maurice's new contract with the Carolina Hurricanes is for five years and worth $3.5 million U.S.

MAURICE GETS NEW DEAL

Sault Ste. Marie native Paul Maurice has signed a multi-year contract to continue as head coach of the NHL Carolina Hurricanes, it was announced Tuesday.

ACT FEMALE AWARDS

Angela Mei is this year's winner of the Percy Bedford Award as the Sault's top female high school athlete. Mei, a graduating OAC student at Korah, was honoured Tuesday night at the annual ACT awards banquet.

GIRLS MEET BOYS

What happens when girls meet boys on the field? We'll find out beginning tonight at 9 p.m. at Strathclair Field. That's when the Pino's under-19 girls Civic soccer squad plays its first of eight games this summer against boys house league teams.

PLENTY OF TD'S

The cool of Queen Elizabeth Field didn't stop the scoring in Sault Minor Football Association play on Sunday afternoon. In tyke division play, Taylor Zalewski and Jared Theriault scored two touchdowns apiece as Rome's edged the Tin Grins 28-21.