M’Chigeeng First Nation receives Trillium funding for sport worker

ONTARIO––The Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) has announced new investments in non-profits and charities across Ontario, including funding for the M’Chigeeng First Nation. With OTF...

Islanders fair well at 2014 Ontario Provincial Jiu-Jitsu Championships

BARRIE—Islanders Anya Wright and Given Cortes brought home bronze and silver, respectively, in Brazilian jiu-jitsu at the 2014 Ontario Provincial Jiu-Jitsu Championships held recently...

Manitoulin Basketball Association seeks to up Island game

M’CHIGEENG—Although sports enthusiast Dave Carr keeps a close eye on his day job, running his landscaping company C & C Lawn and Landscape, he...

Mustang girls seek hockey playoff action

MANITOULIN—The Manitoulin Mustang girls’ hockey team headed into the playoffs this week ranked sixth in the Sudbury District Secondary Schools’ Athletic Association (SDSSAA) standings. The...
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Friday win bolsters Mustangs to third place in league

Lockerby Vikings vandalize door over reffing call LITTLE CURRENT—A Friday night home game in Little Current ended with a win for the Mustangs over the...

Espanola Rivermen launch new CIHL season this Friday night

ESPANOLA—This weekend marks the first official home game of the newly minted Canadian International Hockey League’s (CIHL) Espanola Rivermen when they take on the...

Mustang girls are fifth in their division

MANITOULIN—The Manitoulin Mustang girls’ hockey team is currently ranked fifth in the Sudbury District Secondary Schools’ Athletic Association (SDSSAA) girls’ hockey B division. The...

Wasse-Abin badminton players bring home hardware

ELLIOT LAKE—This past weekend, eight Wasse-Abin High School badminton players took part in the Elliot Lake Badminton Tournament, playing well in all three categories...

Espanola Rivermen rely on balanced scoring to secure first-ever CIHL win

ESPANOLA – A strong opening period carried the hometown Espanola Rivermen to its first-ever Canadian International Hockey League victory Friday night, an 8-4 decision...

Team Canada East team plays hard but loses Junior A Hockey Challenge

KINDERSLEY, SASK.—Team Canada East, led by captain Michael Laidley of Little Current, played hard and left it all on the ice last week at...

Mustangs hope to stable Espanola at Friday Little Current home opener

LITTLE CURRENT—Fans of Manitoulin Secondary School hockey rejoice! The Mustang men are back in action for another hockey season (4 and 1 in the...

Espanola Rivermen take a 2-0 series lead over Sudbury

ESPANOLA – Espanola Rivermen captain Brad Edwards had a goal and set-up two others to help lead his team to a 5-2 victory over the...
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