Head director Richard Trenchard presented the trophy to Mark Nault and Christian Armstrong after the duo had claimed the title at the 21st-annual Rainy River Walleye Tournament on Saturday afternoon. The duo topped the 89-team field this year with a two-day total of 27.51 pounds.
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You couldn't have scripted a better second half for the Muskie football team in their “home game” last Thursday in Winnipeg.
After overcoming some early shakiness and sloppy plays, the Muskies stretched a slim 19-18 halftime lead into a convincing 50-25 win over the Neelin Spartans in Winnipeg High School Football League action.
While the weather may have been nasty on Friday, Christian Armstrong and Mark Nault were crafting their own perfect storm out on the waters of Rainy River over the weekend.
The defending champs looked every bit like their dominant selves from a year ago in their first match last Tuesday.
The Muskie junior boys' volleyball team dispatched the host Kenora Broncos with a 3-0 sweep in the NorWOSSA season-opener for both teams.
The Muskie junior girls' basketball team played a ton of basketball last week and have been impressive to start the season.
After defeating the host Kenora Broncos 26-14 in the NorWOSSA season-opener last Tuesday (Sept. 17), the Muskies compiled a 2-2 record at a one-day tournament hosted by the Dryden Eagles on Friday.
Lloyd Stansell has had a long and distinguished career as an ice-maker and recently was in Fort Frances to lend his wealth of knowledge at the local curling club as they prepare to get the ice ready for another great season.
The Fort Frances Lakers lost a valued member of their hockey family this spring and it was almost as if her spirit was shining down on the team over the weekend.
You couldn't ask for a better start to the season.
The defending NorWOSSA champion Muskie senior girls' basketball team made an emphatic early statement as they cruised to a 52-17 rout of the Broncos in the season-opener last Tuesday in Kenora.
Muskie coach Gord McCabe said that the team's depth was a major key to the convincing victory.
With the return of fall comes the return of the high school cross-country running season.
This year's edition of the Muskies has been hard work in preparation for the NorWOSSA season, which officially kicks off today with the SSSAA Time Trials in Thunder Bay.
Boston Pizza here has come on as a sponsor for the Fort Frances Curling Club this season and had their logo painted onto one of the rings at the rink recently.