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Twin-wins for Huskies (new)

The North Bay Athletics were swept Saturday in two games played against the Onaping Falls Huskies in NOHA Bantam AAA action at the West Ferris Arena and the Pete Palangio Arena.
Lady Panthers Taylor top rookie (new)

Lady Panthers Taylor top rookie (new)

Leigh Anne Taylor of the Canadore College Lady Panthers had quite a season in the OCAA Women’s Fastball League. In her second pitching start of the season, Taylor threw a no-hitter against Cambrian College Golden Shield Sept.

Beat goes on for Barons (new)

It’s seven and counting for the Ecole Secondaire Catholique Barons in NDA senior girls basketball. A stellar defence and outstanding ball control on offence enabled the Barons to defeat the Widdifield Wildcats 31-19 and go to 7-0 on the season.

Lakers runner compete in Kingston (new)

Marc Larochelle, sports information officer at Nipissing University, submitted the following article: ——— The Nipissing University Lakers men’s and women’s cross country teams completed their regular season with some solid performances under very win

Three TDs for Digiglio (new)

Justin Digiglio’s three rushing touchdowns powered the St. Joseph-Scollard Hall Bears to a 55-14 win over Northern Braves in NDA senior football.

NFC award winners, all-stars announced (new)

Three members of the North Bay Bulldogs have been named to the first defensive all-star team. Mike Gauthier earned his first all-star selection on the defensive line while Brad Kerr was chosen for the fifth time as a linebacker.

Lakers playoff hopes over (new)

Marc Larochelle, sports information officer at Nipissing University, submitted the following article to baytoday ______ TORONTO - The Lakers soccer teams were facing an up-hill battle heading to Toronto for a pair of pivotal matches that would determ
Valkyries bring home medals (new)

Valkyries bring home medals (new)

Larry Sheppard, Norsemen and Valkyries weightlifting coach, submitted the following article to baytoday.ca ______ The first major competition of the 2004-2005 Ontario Weightlifting Association's schedule was staged in Belleville Saturday.

Skyhawks defeated in OT (new)

BLIND RIVER — The North Bay Skyhawks are getting used to close games in the NOJHL. For the fourth straight game, it was a one-goal difference and for the second straight time, the Skyhawks were on the losing end.
Athletics remain upbeat (new)

Athletics remain upbeat (new)

The North Bay Athletics dropped a three-game series against Sudbury Lockerby Confectionery on the weekend.