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STORM BLOWS AWAY HOUNDS

The Greyhounds are still in eighth place in the OHL's Western Conference but they blew a chance to move into sole possession of seventh in front of more than 3,400 fans at the Gardens on Friday night.

HOUNDS SHOW WINNING SPIRIT

The Greyhounds won a goaltenders' duel Wednesday, blanking the Saginaw Spirit 2-0 before more than 2,700 fans at Memorial Gardens.

JR. HOUNDS CUFF NORTHERN WOLVES

The Soo Jr. Greyhounds capped off the regular season portion of the NOJHL schedule Monday night just the way they wanted to, with a victory on home ice. The Jr.

SENIOR 'AA' WILDCATS CAPTURE BRONZE

The Sault Ste Marie Wildcats brought home bronze from the Ontario Women's Hockey Championships on the weekend. This is the third year in a row they've won bronze, an OWHA record at the Senior AA level.

JR. HOUNDS GET PAST SKYHAWKS

The Soo Jr. Greyhounds did themselves a favour Sunday night at Memorial Gardens and gained some confidence leading up to the NOJHL playoffs which are quickly approaching. The Jr.

FITZPATRICK OFF TO SKI NATIONALS

THUNDER BAY -- The Searchmont Ski Runners are guaranteed representation at this month's Canadian Juvenile Alpine Ski Championships. Thirteen-year-old Kaitlyn Fitzpatrick qualified for the Canadians, which will be held in Collingwood, March 17-22.

NORTH STARS UP TWO ON CUBS

Only one win stands in the way of a second straight Great North Midget Hockey League playoff sweep for the Soo North Stars. The locals took a pair of games from the visiting New Liskeard Cubs on the weekend, posting 5-3 and 5-0 wins.

HOUNDS LOSE THIRD IN A ROW

WINDSOR -- Sault native Craig Kennedy scored twice in leading the Windsor Spitfires to a 6-3 win over his hometown team on Saturday afternoon.

COUGAR MEN LOSE TO CENTENNIAL

A perfect season on home court ended for the Sault College Cougars on Friday night and so did their hopes of advancing further along the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association men's basketball playoff trail.

SAULT COLLEGE CRUSHES ALGOMA

The Sault College Cougars are cruising into the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association playoffs on a high following a resounding 91-43 win over their crosstown rivals from Algoma University on Wednesday night.