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Lakers gain soccer splits (new)

By Marc LaRochelle, Sports Information Officer, Nipissing University Athletics GUELPH - The Nipissing University Lakers teams split a pair of games in Ontario University Association soccer action on the weekend.

Osprey Links Results (new)

Mature Men - Gross Results - Flighting by Age A Flight (70 & Over) 1st: Ron Davidson - 83 2nd: Reg Laframboise - 87 3rd: Orv Lawrence - 88 (retro) B Flight (65-69 Years) 1st: Pete Kelly - 85 2nd: Gil Amell - 87 3rd: Tony Kuiack 89 (retro) C Flight (6

Sportspal golf challenge (new)

The annual Sportspal 2 Man Challenge was played at Osprey Links on the weekend.

Cats win bronze

The weekend of September 25, the Widdifield Senior boy’s volleyball team traveled to Kingston for the 17th annual Queens Invitational tournament. Round Robin play began with Widdifield playing Carleton Place winning 25-23 and 25-16.
Lady Panthers sweep pair (new)

Lady Panthers sweep pair (new)

The Canadore College Lady Panthers swept the Conestoga Condors, (Kitchener), in a doubleheader Saturday at Kelly Field, Optimist Park Complex.

Trappers take over top spot (new)

There’s a new leader in the Great North Midget League by the name of the North Bay Trappers. That’s absolutely correct.

Skyhawks play Sunday night (new)

The North Bay Skyhawks are back in action Sunday at Memorial Gardens. The 1-0 Skyhawks entertain the Blind River Beavers, starting at 7 p.m.

Waterloo races signal start of season (new)

The following article was submitted by Marc Larochelle, sports information officer at Nipissing University. —————— For most universities in Ontario, the Waterloo cross country meet signals the real start to the season.

Ace for Reg Laframboise (new)

Reg Laframboise scored a hole in one at Osprey Links on the 100-yard 15th hole using a 9 iron. Laframboise was playing in the weekly mature men's field day when he scored the ace. His playing partners were Ed Miller, Dan Clement and Mike McReynolds.

Raiders off to 2-0 start (new)

It’s early, but a pattern is beginning to develop in the Nipissing District Association Senior Girls Basketball League. The Chippewa Raiders picked up their second straight win, defeating Northern Braves 65-13.