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Cutting across

Baudette Bears' forward Jackson Lebrasseur looked to cut in on goal and jam one past Fort Frances Wu Warriors' goalie Riley Calder during Sunday's 'A' final of the annual Bantam 'A' tournament held here. Baudette used a five-goal outburst in the second period to down the hosts 7-1 and claim the gold medal.

Close-range shot

Halley's Comets' forward Lachlan Rheault looked to break his way in on goal for a scoring chance against Fort Frances Green's Predators' goalie Cohen Robinson during his team's 4-3 loss in Sunday's 'B' final of the annual Bantam 'A' tournament held here. Rheault scored all three of his team's goals but his heroics came up just short.

Backhand lunge

Mary-Beth Tkachuk looked to return a shot from Nikki Bagacki with a solid backhand attempt Sunday during the women's 'B' final of the 31st-annual La Place Rendez-Vous squash tournament at the Memorial Sports Centre. Tkachuk won the hotly-contested match 3-2 to claim the division title.

Muskie pucksters set for second half of league season

The second half of the NorWOSSA schedule for the Muskie boys' and girls' hockey teams kicked off this week.

Both squads faced the host Kenora Broncos last night (results unavailable as of press time) before returning home to face the Dryden Eagles today at “The Duke” (Couchiching Arena).

The girls' game was set for 4:30 p.m., with the boys' game to follow at 7:30 p.m.

Squash action

Former Fort resident Anniss Seid, who now lives in Thunder Bay, lunged to return a shot during the men's 'A' Open final Sunday at the 31st-annual La Place Rendez-Vous squash tournament here. Despite his best efforts, the former junior standout lost the match 3-0 to Peter Russel of Winnipeg to settle for second place in the division.