The North Bay Battalion lost 6-4 to the Soo Greyhounds yesterday at Memorial Gardens.

The Troops were within a goal late in the third but the Greyhounds would score again and hold on for the win.

Battalion Head Coach Ryan Oulahen says they are having trouble stringing together good performances.

“We’re struggling right now to have back-to-back really good performances. I’m not talking about winning, I’m just talking about playing our way for 60 minutes and clearly we didn’t do that enough here today (Sunday),’ he says.

Avery Winslow got his first goal in a North Bay uniform, while Alex Christopoulos (pictured) had a pair of goals and Shane Bulitka added a single for the Battalion.

Photo by Luke Durda/OHL Images


A couple of weekend wins for the Powassan Voodoos.

After defeating Cochrane 4-1 on Friday, the Voodoos shutout Timmins 1-0 on Saturday.

Powassan and Timmins lead the league with 68 points, but the Voodoos have played one less game.


The Nipissing women’s hockey team scored a wins on the road on the weekend.

After a 1-0 shootout win over Western on Saturday, the Lakers defeated Windsor 4-1 yesterday.

The Nipissing men lost 6-1 to McGill on Saturday.

In men’s basketball, the Lakers won their game against York but lost to Lakehead while the women lost both of their games.

And in volleyball, the Nipissing men won their game against Waterloo while the women lost.


In OCAA volleyball, both Canadore teams defeated Loyalist yesterday.

In men’s basketball, the Panthers lost to Conestoga.

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