Fort Frances Lakers' forward Brett Hahkala forced Minnesota Iron Rangers' goalie Synjen Amende to make a difficult glove save as he set a screen in front during his squad's 6-2 win in SIJHL pre-season action Sunday night at the Ice For Kids Arena here.
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Grace Petsnick looked to dish a pass to a teammate during a Muskie senior girls' basketball practice yesterday afternoon at Fort High. The black-and-gold are slated to play in an exhibition tournament in Thunder Bay this weekend, then will open the NorWOSSA regular season at home next Thursday (Sept. 20) when they welcome the Dryden Eagles.
Fort Frances Lakers' defenceman Anthony Antonelli (44) looked to keep a Minnesota Iron Rangers' opponent from scoring during his squad's 6-2 win last night in SIJHL pre-season action at the Ice For Kids Arena here. The Lakers swept the home-and-home series after claiming the opener by a 3-2 margin Saturday night in Hoyt Lakes.
Anthony Leek couldn't take the Emo Speedway with him so he decided to create one of his own.
The former president of the Borderland Racing Association, who was born in Fort Frances and grew up in Emo, ventured out and created his own dirt track—the Lake of the Woods Speedway in Kenora.
If you know someone who always has wanted to learn how to curl, or you have a new curler on your team, this is what they have been waiting for.
The Fort Frances Curling Club is launching an “Adult Learn To Curl” program that will take place Sunday at 6 p.m. this fall.
The program is one of three new options the curling club will be offering this year.
Tackling is a crucial skill and it's something that members of the Muskie football team were working on diligently Monday afternoon at their annual training camp at Fort High. The black-and-gold will be polishing up on all their skills the rest of the week and until school starts next Wednesday (Sept. 5) ahead of their WHSFL season-opener against the host Churchill BullDogs on Sept. 7.
The goal is simply this: win another SIJHL championship.
That's the mindset of the Fort Frances Lakers ahead of their annual three-day training camp that opens tomorrow at the Ice For Kids Arena.
After winning three-straight Bill Salonen Cup titles, the Lakers finished in fifth place the last two seasons and were ousted in the semi-finals both times by the Dryden GM Ice Dogs.
The Dawson Tigers knew early on that Travis Tom was on his game.
Tom was a wizard on the rubber and with the bat—tossing a no-hitter and clubbing a pair of homers—to help pace his squad to an 11-0 rout of the Dawson Tigers in the deciding game of the Rainy River District Fastball League championship series last Tuesday evening at Couchiching.
Get your rackets out and head on down to the Multi-Use Tennis Courts here this weekend (Sept. 1-2).
The Fort Frances Multi-Use Tennis Courts committee will be hosting a tennis tournament on Saturday and Sunday for anyone interested.
Men's doubles will run on Saturday with singles going the following day.
Jaden Gustafson of the Fort Frances Braves proudly held up the trophy after his squad defeated the Dawson Tigers 11-0 in the deciding game of the Rainy River District Fastball League championship series last Tuesday night at Couchiching.