Mary-Beth Tkachuk got ready to focus in on where she wanted to roll her ball during the five-pin bowling competition yesterday afternoon at Plaza Lanes as part of the District 1A Senior Games being hosted by Fort Frances. The two-day event wrapped up today with events such as floor shuffleboard, horseshoes, bid euchre, golf, contract bridge, darts, smear, and table shuffleboard.
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Janissa Judson looked to gain the edge on her Kenora Broncos' opponent during the Muskies' 1-0 win in the NorWOSSA semi-final here last Wednesday morning. Judson scored the squad's lone goal just a few minutes into the match.
Nick Hahkala looked to burst past a Kenora Broncos' defender and barge his way in on goal for a scoring chance during the Muskies' 2-0 win in the NorWOSSA final here last Wednesday afternoon. The Muskies earned a berth at the all-Ontarios that run tomorrow through Saturday in Windsor.
They gave a valiant effort all season but it just wasn't to be in the end.
A 2-1 loss to the reigning NorWOSSA champion Dryden Eagles in last Wednesday's league final here put the wraps on the 2018 season for the Muskie girls' soccer team.
Taylor Croswell looked to impede the progress of her Dryden Eagles' opponent during the NorWOSSA final here last Wednesday afternoon. The Eagles won the game 2-1 to advance to the all-Ontario's set for tomorrow through Saturday in Windsor.
Les Baker looked to perfectly line up a shot during his billiards match against Roger Wickstrom this morning that officially kicked off the District 1A Senior Games at the Fort Frances Senior Centre (Sister Kennedy Centre). Carpet bowling, cribbage, tennis, euchre, five-pin bowling, and pickleball were the other events scheduled today for the participants, with the Games to wrap up tomorrow.
Pasquel Shortreed looked to get the ball from her Dryden Eagles' opponent during the Muskie girls' soccer team's 2-1 loss in the NorWOSSA final yesterday afternoon here. The Muskies had advanced after edging the Kenora Broncos 1-0 in the semi-final that morning.
Captains Cole Kowalski and Cam Lidkea hoisted the NorWOSSA trophy after the Muskie boys' soccer team blanked the Kenora Broncos 2-0 here yesterday afternoon to capture their eighth-straight league title.
At the beginning of the season, Rainy River Owls girls' soccer team head coach Rebecca Tolen believed it would be a rebuilding year for her squad.
She was happy to be proven wrong on that assumption.
After finishing the regular season in second place with a 4-1-1 record, the Owls downed the Sioux Lookout Warriors 3-1 in the NorWOSSA 'A' semi-finals in Red Lake last Wednesday.
The finish line is near but don't think for one second that the Muskie boys' soccer team is looking past its opponents.
The Muskies (5-0-1) swept away the competition in Kenora last Wednesday, starting with an 8-0 rout of the Dryden Eagles and then following that up with a 3-0 shutout of the host Broncos.