The Lakehead Thunderwolves women’s volleyball team is proud to announce the final additions to the 2020-21 roster as Cayleigh Fossum, from Gorham, and Hannah Gingera of Dauphin, Man., commit to joining the squad in the upcoming season.
The Superior International Junior Hockey League announced Tuesday that Thunder Bay North Stars forward Hunter Foreshew has been named its Scholastic Player of the Year for 2019-20.
With each passing day there are more and more difficult decisions being made by sport organizers concerning the future of their events due to the unprecedented impact of the COVID-19 virus.
On March 16, U Sports issued a three-week moratorium on all in-person recruiting due to the COVID-19 pandemic. That will likely be extended as social distancing roars on.
The Canadian Olympic Committee has announced that they will not be sending their athletes to this year’s games, even if there is a lift on the sanctions and the event goes ahead.
Brian McLean and Rod Boyd won the 25th annual Grand Portage 50-Plus ‘International’ No-Tap Doubles Championships at Mario’s Bowl on Friday for Team Scotland with a 1,739 total. This was seven pins better than their 2019 title win. This was their fourth International No-Tap championship win f…
THE Ontario Soccer Association announced its suspension of all sanctioned activities in the province until further notice. Following conversations with the governing body and health experts, concern for the players’ health and safety has meant that districts, clubs and academies will cease o…
The Superior International Junior Hockey League announced Monday that Fort Frances Lakers captain Noah Loveday has been named its most improved player for the 2019-20 season.
Cole MacKenzie is taking the next step to junior hockey in Winkler, Man. The Thunder Bay Kings major midget defenceman was named one of the Winkler Flyers’ newest recruits last month.
As I was carefully making my way through the muddy puddles of the parking lot to get to work this morning I was contemplating what topic I would write about for this week’s column.
The Superior International Junior Hockey League announced Monday that Dryden GM Ice Dogs forward Xavier Halterman has been named its Play It Again Sports Player of the Week for the period ending March 8.
The St. Ignatius Falcons high school boys basketball program has enjoyed the type of championship success in Thunder Bay not seen in over 35 years.
Performing to reach a personal best, passionate in their fight for a medal, embracing sportsmanship — these special moments are etched in our minds as we remember the athletes of the 2020 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games.
Newly minted hockey celebrity David Ayres’ helmet was designed in Thunder Bay. Ayres made headlines around the sports world for earning a win for the Carolina Hurricanes as a Zamboni driver/emergency backup goaltender over the weekend. Ayres hired Thunder Bay’s Brian Shott to paint the decor…
With two remaining games in the men’s Thunder Bay Men’s Indoor Soccer League first division regular season, Rainbow Realty squeezed out a narrow 2-1 victory over Confederation College to open up a six-point advantage on third-placed Lakehead University.
Adnan Begovic hit the go-ahead three-pointer with 1:51 remaining as the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks stunned the No. 8-ranked Lakehead Thunderwolves 68-64 in a do-or-die OUA men’s basketball quarterfinal on Saturday in front of a packed house at C.J. Sanders Fieldhouse.
MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Ontario's Rachel Homan advanced to the semifinal of the Canadian women's curling championship with a 9-5 win over Northern Ontario's Krista McCarville on Saturday.
I am continuing my series celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the City of Thunder Bay as our community’s name is front and centre at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
Lakehead Thunderwolves’ Tiffany Reynolds, left, dribbles the ball against Kayah Clarke of the Windsor Lancers during the first round of the OUA women’s basketball playoffs at St. Denis Athletic Centre on Wednesday night. The Thunderwolves’ season came to a screeching halt at the hands of the…
A productive weekend for both the Thunder Bay Chill and Lakehead Express as the two clubs combined for eight medals at the Golden Boy Soccer Tournament in Winnipeg with four teams making the finals on Monday.
Playing catch-up since a poor stretch in the first period of Game 1, the Lakehead University Thunderwolves never could catch the favoured Ryerson University Rams until it was too late.