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Silver medals order of day

GLOUCESTER — The North Bay Paramedics/CTS Canadian Career College tween A ringette team came home with silver medals in the annual tournament held here on the weekend.

Birthdays are so much fun!

Birthdays are so much fun… especially if it’s your granddaughter’s. Our beloved BayToday.ca Sports Director, Gerry Desormeau and his lovely wife, Adele, were on hand to help granddaughter, Dominique, celebrate her very first birthday.

Panthers weekend action

Canadore panthers men’s and women’s volleyball teams are in action this weekend in Ontario Colleges Athletic Association volleyball action. Mohawk Mountaineers meet the Lady Panthers Saturday at 4 p.m.

Laker men hit with injuries

The Nipissing Lakers men’s volleyball team could be shorthanded for this weekend’s action in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association Volleyball League.

Omischl wins in convincing fashion

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. — Steve Omischl of North Bay, was already the World Cup men's aerials leader, but he was still pumped about collecting his third World Cup victory of the season Friday.

Ringette AGM Feb. 17

The West Ferris Ringette Association will be holding its annual general meeting Tuesday, Feb. 17, starting at 7 p.m. at the West Ferris Arena Auditorium. All current members of the WFRA are invited to attend.

Tweens silver medallists

WHITBY — The North Bay Paramedics/CTS Canadian Career College Tween A team returned to North Bay with silver medals from the Whitby invitational ringette tournament this weekend.

Sports Briefs

Curling teams advance TEMISCAMING — Three teams have qualified for the next round after this weekend’s Eastern zone Briar playdowns at the Temiscaming Curling Club.

North Bay in final

WHITBY — After starting the weekend with a 1-1 record, the North Bay Paramedics/CTS Canadian Career College Tween A team rebounded Saturday with a 6-3 victory over Ottawa and a 12-2 pounding of Gloucester to advance to the final in the Whitby Ringett

Good start for Bears

TORONTO – The St. Joseph-Scollard Hall Bears defeated Toronto Crescent 4-1 in their first game of the Trinity College invitational hockey tournament here Friday. Tom Wagner had two goals with Paul Deluca and Jordy Cobb adding the others.