The post-season schedule-maker did local hockey fans no favours yesterday. At roughly the same time the Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves and North Bay Trappers retreated to their dressing rooms at the end of the first period of game four of the Great North Midget League final at the Gerry McCrory Countryside Sports Complex, the Rayside-Balfour Canadians and Blind River Beavers were dropping the puck for game two of their NOJHL divisional semi-final series in Chelmsford.
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In just over a week's time, Cambrian College varsity athletics will hand out Athlete of the Year honours, with no lack of worthy recipients on both sides of this equation. In fact, given the recent 50th anniversary celebrated by both the college, and as a result, by Golden Shield varsity teams and individual sports, safe to say that the New Sudbury campus has seen its fair share of ultra talented recipients rewarded with the above-noted accolade over the years.
Lockerby Composite graduate Stephanie Pascal has been named OUA Goaltender of the Year and 1st team all star after helping to lead the Queen's Gaels to a 1st place regular season finish, as well as the OUA championship game this weekend https://tinyurl.com/y87m26bv
The Tanner Horgan has grabbed sole possession of first place at the NOCA Men's Provincials, bouncing Brad Jacobs 7-3 after scoring five in the fourth end to take control of the match of the unbeaten teams (both previously at 4-0)
Teams skipped by Brad Jacobs, Tanner Horgan and Dylan Johnston andhave captured their opening games this afternoon at the Travelers NOCA Men's Provincial Championship in Little Current. Dustin Montpellier is leading Jordan Chandler 4-3 after nine ends
The Tracy Horgan rink has really hit their stride, knocking off an unbeaten team for the second time in the past three days - Horgan, Crystal Webster, Jennifer Wylie and Amanda Gates improve to 4-2 with a 9-5 win over Jennifer Jones of Manitoba
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