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North Bay figure skaters successful at Mississauga event

Submitted by Kathy Mathieu, President North Bay Figure Skating Club Here are the results from 2005 BMO Financial Group Western Challenge in Mississauga December 2nd-5th for North Bay Figure Skating Club and area skaters.

Trappers tie Flyers

The North Bay Trappers and the Kapuskasing Flyers finished in a 3-3 draw Sunday afternoon at West Ferris Arena. The Trappers Lance McMahon scored twice, with Niko Tonello adding a single for the Trappers.

Skyhawks take on Black Bears

Skyhawks goaltender Mike Lalande The North Bay Skyhawks are hoping to bounce back after their loss Friday night to the Abitibi Eskimos.

Trojans Win Consolation Final at York University

Submitted by Trojans Head Coach Rick Mitchell. West Ferris finished 3rd in their round robin with a 2 - 2 record.

Trappers edged by Cubs

The North Bay Trappers lost a 3-2 decision to the New Liskeard Cub in New Liskeard on Friday night. The Trappers next home action is Sunday afternoon as they entertain the Kapuskasing Flyers. Game time is 1:20 p.m. at West Ferris Arena.

Titans successful at Etobicoke swim meet

BOUCHARD WINS HIGH POINT AT YOUTH CUP Last weekend 7 members of the North Bay Titans Swim Team competed in the 22nd Annual Youth Cup in Etobicoke. Fifty teams from as far away as the Maritimes competed in this very tough swim meet.

Eskimos late goal sinks Skyhawks

Heartbreaker - Yves Bernard's second goal late in the third period lifted the Abitibi Eskimos to a 2-1 victory over the Skyhawks Friday night. Photo by Chris Dawson.

High School Junior Girls Volleyball

The Chippewa Senior Secondary Junior girls swept Widdifield Senior Secondary girls 3 sets to none at Widdifield on Thursday night.
<b>Hockey Lockout Live a success</b>

Hockey Lockout Live a success

www.BayToday.ca's Chris Dawson was a guest on episode 20 of CKAT’s Hockey Lockout Live. Photo by Reay Hunter. Talk about stressful. It's week one of a new radio show on CKAT called Hockey Lockout Live.

Cops clash on the ice

Memorial Gardens will be full of police officers Wednesday night as a team of local police officers from the OPP, North Bay city, and the Anishnabek police service take on a visiting police hockey team from Temiskaming, Quebec.