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JUNIOR HOUNDS LOSE AGAIN

The Soo Jr. Greyhounds have fallen on hard times. That's about the only way to describe how the Jr. Hounds have been playing since winning straight games earlier this season. The latest setback was Friday night the Jr.

D'ETTORRE LEADS SAULT COLLEGE WOMEN

Danielle D'Ettorre scored 19 points to lead the Sault College Cougars to their third straight win of the City Women's Basketball League season, a 52-45 Friday night win over Pino's.

BARRIE BESTS HOUNDS

BARRIE -- The Greyhounds dug themselves an early hole but battled back only to fall 6-5 to the Barrie Colts before 3,397 fans here Thursday at the Molson Centre.

HOUNDS GO ON ATTACK IN 3RD

OWEN SOUND -- The Soo Greyhounds scored four goals on just eight shots in the third period to finalize a come-from-behind 7-5 win over the Owen Sound Attack here Wednesday.

MAJORS TRADE FATA TO KINGSTON

Sault native Drew Fata has been traded from Toronto St. Michael's to Kingston for Shane O'Brien is what is an exchange of first-rate Ontario Hockey League defencemen. "It's quality for quality.

HOUNDS OVERCOME SAGINAW

Overage winger Mike Amodeo scored a pair of first-period goals and the Soo Greyhounds slugged their way to a 4-1 Ontario Hockey League victory over the lowly Saginaw Spirit Sunday night at Memorial Gardens.

MAJOR SWEEP FOR NORTH STARS

There really is no place like home as the Soo North Stars proved once again on the weekend. It was a sweep for the locals as they improved their Great North Midget Hockey League home record to 10-0-2 with a pair of victories over the Timmins Majors.

HOUNDS LOSE A YAWNER

The Greyhounds lost for the third time in four games Friday, a 5-2 setback to the Brampton Battalion before 2,705 fans at Memorial Gardens.

HOUNDS TRADE TUOMI TO STORM

Local product Niko Tuomi is going back to the Guelph Storm from the Soo Greyhounds. The 19-year old Tuomi, a bantam draft selection of the Storm in 1999, is returning to Guelph.

HOUNDS CUFF WOLVES

Just in case anyone has been keeping track, it was the 228th regular season meeting in OHL history between the Greyhounds and the Sudbury Wolves Wednesday night. And the Soo skated away with a 5-3 win before 2,410 fans at Memorial Gardens.