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It was the kind of game that was going to be a punch in the gut for somebody. The Border Cats delivered the blow.

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With the stands empty and workers clearing debris at Fort William Stadium, members of the Des Moines broke into song that can be heard outside their dressing room.

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Mark Anderson threw six innings of no-hit ball, and three relievers came in to shut the game down as the Thunder Bay Border Cats defeated the Mankato MoonDogs 3-1 on Thursday night.

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Good thing Thunder Bay Border Cats catcher Alex Hernandez arrived fresh from Nova Southeastern University with little playing time under his belt and youth on his side.

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Nor’westerview’s Ella DaSilva, second from right, wins her heat in the Grade 8 girls 100-metre dash on Tuesday during the Thunder Bay public school elementary track and field meet at Fort William Stadium. Over 1,200 students from over 25 schools across the Thunder Bay district are taking  pa…

Kyla Rutherford had her shooting boots on, netting four times as Velocity defeated the Vipers 7-1 in Thunder Bay Women’s Soccer Club Gold Division action.

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Evan DeGrazia sealed the deal with a birdie putt on No. 18 at the Mallon’s Play It Again Sports Better Ball championship on Sunday at Strathcona Golf Course. It was only fitting his father — and playing partner — on this weekend was the first to react.

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The term ‘Girl Power’ has new meaning when you get to meet Thunder Bay’s latest female professional body building star.

Sarah Miniaci bagged a pair of goals to lead the B-Squad to an opening night 5-2 victory over Mr. Lube in the Gold Division of the Thunder Bay Women’s Soccer Club.

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Marco Kummerle and Justin Earle scored first-half goals and the Thunder Bay Chill cruised to a 3-0 win over WSA Winnipeg on Saturday at Fort William Stadium.

Congratulations to the Northern Ontario youth tenpinners on their CYC National sucess. They all bowled three events for a total of 21 games over three days of competition.

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The rain returned at 10 p.m. on Tuesday night at Port Arthur Stadium, but it played no role in soaking the Thunder Bay Border Cats’ parade.

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Tyson Fisher’s two-run homer in the eighth inning got the Thunder Bay Border Cats to within a run, but the home team wasted a solid outing from a trio of pitchers to suffer their seventh straight defeat to start the Northwoods League season, a 3-2 loss to the Rochester Honkers.

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The Thunder Bay Border Cats just want to start reaping some rewards for their work. Instead, their mistakes continue to cost them.

Usually the Thunder Bay Chill’s annual “meet the team” introductory press conference is packed with optimism for the soccer season ahead.

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Lake Superior High School’s Erik Speziale competes in the senior boys high jump on Wednesday at the Northwestern Ontario high school track and field championships at Fort William Stadium. Speziale edged St. Ignatius’ Lloyd Kargbo to deliver a victory for his Terrace Bay-based school. Spezial…

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The Duluth Huskies erupted for five ninth-inning runs to defeat the Thunder Bay Border Cats 8-7 in the Northwoods League baseball season opener Tuesday at Port Arthur Stadium.

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The long-awaited debut of Grand Slam Sports and Entertainment has arrived. 

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Eric Vasquez had made a few visits to Canada during his last stint as a Northwoods League baseball manager prior to this weekend.

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Some sports stories change your life for the better and this one sure did.

Five youth tenpin bowlers from Mario’s Bowl will represent Northern Ontario in Edmonton May 29-June 2 at the Canadian Tenpin Federation National Youth Championships.

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It was a rematch one year in the making. And this time, Duluth’s Scott Behling tied the “series” up with his new Thunder Bay rival.

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Thunder Bay 5-pin youth bowlers stole the show at the Youth Bowl Canada nationals in Oshawa earlier this month. Representing Northern Ontario, doubles teams from the three local bowling centres returned home with two national champion teams and one silver medal winning doubles team at the ev…

The high school soccer season is underway and early headlines belong to Holly Salem who scored five times as the Hammarskjold Vikings blanked Superior Gryphons 9-0 in girl’s action.

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An earlier start to the USL Two regular season is not going to affect how Giovanni Petraglia puts together his new-look Thunder Bay Chill.

Curtis (Dirty Curty) Richard can only shake his head in disbelief when asked about how the last three years has unfolded.

While some people associate the month of May with flowers, mothers and they Stanley Cup playoffs, those of us that work in the world of heritage look forward to this month for another reason.

The Thunder Bay Chill will get the ball rolling on their training camp today.

Queen's University, the ninth-ranked school in Canada, will be hosting, in conjunction with Soccer Northwest, a women’s identification camp.

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Caroline DiFelice has gone through her share of struggles to physically sustain her competitive gymnastics career.

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In a span of a forgettable week at the Dudley-Hewitt Cup, the Thunder Bay North Stars ate nearly half the losses of the total suffered in a powerhouse of a regular season.

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Hearst Lumberjacks goaltender Nicholas Tallarico handled all 28 shots he faced to post a historic shutout for the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League as they blanked the Thunder Bay North Stars 3-0 Wednesday during the second day of action at the Dudley-Hewitt Cup Central Canadian Junior A…

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The host Cochrane Crunch erupted for three goals in the second period on their way to a 4-1 victory over the Thunder Bay North Stars during the opening day of the Dudley-Hewitt Cup at the Tim Hortons Events Centre in Cochrane, Ont.

Sunday saw the conclusion of the Thunder Bay men’s indoor season as the Lakehead University Hangar hosted the second division playoff final.

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Phone in hand, Joseph Martino took one more victory skate alone on the ice as his surroundings at Fort William Gardens were being torn down at the end of the Telus Cup championship.

After an emotional game that meant little in the standings, Gareth Aegard led his team in one more sweet, yet very personal, salute.

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The Thunder Bay Kings were hoping to get a quick step out of the gates at the Telus Cup midget AAA hockey championship. Instead, they found themselves on the wrong end of a late Buffalo stampede on Monday night.

For one more time this season, the Northern Hawks got the better of their fellow Thunder Bay rival, the Fighting Walleye.