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Barons blast Royals 10-1, now 4-0

The Barons cruised to a 10-1 thumping over the St. Stephen's Royals from Bowmanville. The win gives the streaking Barons a perfect 4-0 record in the OFSAA "AA" event taking place in Belle River, Ontario.

Barons defeat Rebels

The Algonquin Barons defeated the Roland Michener Rebels from South Porcupine 4-1 in their second game today at the OFSAA "AA" Hockey Championships in Belle River.

Nipissing Women's Volleyball coach bumped (updated)

In an email sent to, Nipissing Women's Volleyball coach John Jeffries said that he has been fired. Jeffries coached 8 seasons with Nip U and guided the Lady Lakers to an OCAA gold medal back in 1995, and a silver 1994.

Barons go 2-0 in OFSAA hockey

The Algonquin Barons led the Holy Cross Hurricanes from Peterborough 4-2 after two periods and hung on for a 6-5 victory in their second game in the OFSAA Hockey "AA" Championships taking place in Belle River, Ontario.

Barons win OFSAA opener (Updated)

The Algonquin Barons Edged Holy the Trinity Tornadoes from Kanata 2-1 in their opening game Wednesday afternoon of the OFSAA "AA" Championships taking place in Belle River, Ontario.

Costa Papista is Back!

It may be three years now since the North Bay Centennials left town, but still many North Bay hockey fans remember Costa Papista as the sinister figure responsible for brokering a deal that saw the club leave the Gateway city for Saginaw, Michigan.

Skyhawks buried in OT by Eskimos

Adam Chircoski scored at 10:25 of the first overtime period to give the Abitibi Eskimos a 2-1 victory in game two of the best of 7 NOJHL Eastern Division final.

West Ferris Ringette Rep teams to participate in Sudbury Tourney

Three teams from the West Ferris Ringette Association will travel to Sudbury this weekend for the Northeastern Regional Championships. This season's final tournament is a wrap-up for all B and C level teams within the region.

Algonquin Barons begin OFSAA Hockey Championships

The 2005 NDA and NOSSA hockey champs from Algonquin hope to continue their winning ways this week for the start of the OFSAA "AA" Hockey playdowns taking place in Belle River, Ontario just outside of Windsor with 20 teams taking part.

Skyhawks soar away with NOJHL awards

The North Bay Skyhawks had seven team members honoured as the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League announced its 2004-2005 regular season award winners. Heading the list of the honored was the late Tom Stagg.