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Thunderbirds are regular season champions

After defeating the Soo Eagles by a score of 3-1 this past Saturday night in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, the Soo Thunderbirds were back...

Hounds Hang On, Defeat the Niagara Ice Dogs

The Greyhounds held on with everything they had to squeak out a 7-6 win over the 2nd in the East Niagara Ice Dogs The Soo...

Algoma U Thunderbirds Wrestlers Earn Two Silver Medals at OUA Championships

This weekend the Algoma University Thunderbirds Wrestling teams competed at the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) Wrestling Championships, taking home two individual silver medals in...
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Day Two of the Special Olympics Ontario

The Special Olympics continues on into day two where things wrapped up across each sport. Once again the six sports of Alpine Skiing, Downhill Skiing,...

Soo City United Floors Girls Show Them How It’s Done

Soo City United Floors U14 Girls left no doubt in the minds of GTA teams as to their level of play over the weekend....

Hounds penalties prove costly, OT Loss to Rangers

The Hounds failed to add to their longest winning streak of the season after losing to the Kitchener Rangers 4-3 in OT Sunday afternoon...
Cadet Biathlon

Cadets Brave Cold to Participate in Biathlon

Approximately 161 Air, Army and Sea Cadets from all over Northern Ontario braved the extreme cold warning on Saturday to participate in the annual...

Competitive Travel Baseball Tryouts for any players born in 2004

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario -- This is to announce the player and parent information night for the upcoming 2019 baseball season for the Soo...

Dubas not concerned by Leafs’ slump; contract talks with Matthews progressing

TORONTO — Maple Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas says he isn't concerned about his team's current struggles. After starting the season 20-8-0, Toronto is 9-9-2...
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Mark Tulloch: You’re going to the Super Bowl!

On January 18th, Korah Collegiate held their 10th annual Super Bowl raffle. Since the event started, Korah has been able to raise over $200,000...