Marissa Kenny (#8) looked to win the face-off against Phoenix Delorme of the Dryden She-Devils during the first period of the Fort Frances Attack Scorpions' 2-1 win in the PeeWee division's bronze-medal game yesterday morning at the Ice For Kid in the Fort Frances Girls'/Women's Hockey Association's PeeWee and Bantam tournaments.
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Jill Calder found some open ice and looked to fire a shot past Kenora Broncos' goalie Trista Boulette during the first period of the Muskie girls' hockey team's 10-0 romp Tuesday night at the Ice For Kids Arena.
A member of the Fort Frances Wolves (Ma'iingan) looked to beat her Kenora Huskies' opponent to the puck during her squad's 3-0 win in the Novice Division final Sunday afternoon at the Fort Frances Girls'/Women's Hockey Association's Novice and Atom tournaments at the Ice For Kids Arena. The Wolves compiled a 3-1-1 record en route to snaring the gold medal.
Talk about a statement weekend for the Muskie senior boys' basketball team.
The black-and-gold won all three of their games en route to claiming the title at the Kenora Invitational Tournament hosted by the Broncos on Friday and Saturday.
Facing the Atikokan Voyageurs in Saturday night's final, the Muskies flexed their muscles in a 57-48 win to snare the gold.
The Muskie senior girls' volleyball team had visions of gold dancing in their heads.
Alas, the Dryden Eagles had much different plans in store for them.
The Eagles stunned the Muskies by winning the championship match by scores of 25-19 and 25-22 to snag the title at the St. Patrick Volleyball Festival in Thunder Bay over the weekend.
Brett Hahkala of the Fort Frances Lakers tried his best to keep Red Lake Miners' defenceman Cole Bohnet from reaching the puck during the first period of his squad's 5-2 loss Saturday night at the Ice For Kids Arena. The Lakers were slated to face those same Miners last night at the Cochenour Arena, with the outcome not known as of press time.
The bragging rights belong to this side of the border this season.
Austin Armstrong scored twice to pace the Muskie boys' hockey team to a 4-2 win over the International Falls Broncos in the finale of their annual two-game “Border Battle” exhibition series Thursday night in front of a full house at the Ice For Kids Arena.
While it didn't show on the scoreboard this past weekend, the Fort Frances Lakers are learning what it takes to play as a team.
Autumn Smeeth looked to settle the bouncing puck and skate around the Dryden Hotshots' defence during her squad's 2-0 loss in the Atom Division's bronze-medal game Sunday afternoon at the Fort Frances Girls'/Women's Hockey Association's Novice and Atom tournaments at the Ice For Kids Arena. The Lorette Comets A2 claimed the gold with a 5-2 win over the Kenora Blizzard later Sunday.
Red Lake Miners' forward Bryce Young looked to cut in on the net while he was hounded by Fort Frances Lakers' defenceman Keon Fox during the second period of the visitors' 5-2 win Saturday night at the Ice For Kids Arena. The Lakers were able to keep the SIJHL's leading scorer off the scoresheet in this one but it didn't make a difference in the outcome.