In a tribute to Easter, Scarlett Asplund, Skylar Mansbridge, Reece Kuchma, Aubree Robinson and Lilly Krukoski grooved to the song “I Want Candy" during Chantelle Spuzak's Dancemakers School of Dance's 18th-annual recital, "Special Days” on Friday evening at the Townshend Theatre. The recital, which drew a packed house, featured 25 numbers based on holidays and other significant calendar dates.
Brandon Bodnar came up with this gigantic save on a short-handed breakway for Thief River Falls Norskies' forward Mitchell Soderbergh to keep the Lakers ahead 3-0 in the second period of Saturday night's 3-2 win in Game 4 of their first-round, best-of-five “Survivor Series” at the Ice For Kids Arena.
Skip John Gibson urged second Shane Beckett to lean heavy on the broom to move this stone along during a game against Gary Windego's rink Saturday at the annual Fort Frances men's bonspiel. Steve Gushulak of here led his team of third Mike Badiuk, second Todd Moxham, and lead Bill Gushulak to the 'A'-event championship of the 18-team event with a 7-6 extra-end win over Mark Broman.
Sierra Happy showed off her project, “Mold Growth,” during Robert Moore School's annual science fair held yesterday in the school's atrium. Happy tested bread, bananas, strawberries, and cheese, with only the strawberries showing mold over a 12-day period. Other students' projects showcased a wide array of topics—from hockey stick flex to pulley systems and even freezing bubbles.
Belle River Nobles' assistant captain Andrew Thoms was willing to sacrifice his body to help goalie Patrick Timpany in trying to block this shot by St. Mary's Crusaders' captain Anthony Piccolo during the second period of the Nobles' 3-2 win in a shootout last night in the gold-medal game of the OFSAA 'A/AA' boys' hockey championship at the Ice For Kids Arena.
Getting married in the next year or so?
Then be sure to drop by Northwoods Gallery & Gifts tomorrow from 6-8 p.m. for its 2017 Bridal Show.
The annual event is a one-stop shopping experience to meet caterers, photographers, decorators, florists, and retailers who can help you plan for that special day, said Northwoods' staffer Betty Fehr.
“With all of the vendors that are coming, it's a sort of information night,” she explained.
One down and the Fort Frances Canadians already are down one.
The Canadians fell 6-1 to the North Bay Trappers yesterday in their first game in the Bantam 'AAA' division at the Ontario Hockey Federation Championships in Thunder Bay.
North Bay led 2-0 after the first period on tallies by Ben Brunette and Jesse Kirkby (power play), then burned the Canadians for four more in the second, including two short-handed goals 2:47 apart.