Chase Councillor fired a shot on net during a session at the Fort Frances Atom 'AA' Canadians' prospects camp that was held last Monday-Wednesday at “The Duke” Couchiching Arena. Prospective players for the 2019-2020 season were able to showcase all that they could bring to the squad during various drills.
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It was a job well done for the Muskie and Rainy River Owls badminton teams last week.
There are plenty of representatives from both schools at the NorWOSSA finals being held today in Dryden after advancing through the qualifier last Wednesday in Atikokan.
For the Muskies, three teams punched their tickets to Dryden.
An impressive wrestling season keeps on getting better for Hudson Mann.
The eighth grader, who originally is from Fort Frances, wrestled his way to top spot at the Gord Garvie Memorial Tournament back on April 4.
Mann was part of a team of his friends that hail from Superior Wis.
All aboard! Ashlynn Loney led the way while Georgia Wigdor, Lily Wreggitt, and Mya Wrolstad followed suit in perfect unison to the theme of “Transportation Revolution.”
Ellianna Jacobsen, left, Peyton Jourdain, Jordyn Seguin, and Erica Lemelin linked hands and showed off their fancy specs during their “Eyewear Revolution" routine that was part of the Border Skating Club's annual ice show, "Revolutions,” held Saturday night and again Sunday afternoon at the Ice For Kids Arena.
Emmilou McCormick, left, Kaysn Wuttunee, Marly Wrolstad, and Amelia Dittaro let their emotions show—which was happy—during their “Technology Revolution” routine.
The Fort Frances Aquanauts and Cyclone Swim Club teams were able to bring home some hardware from the Northwest Narwhals Long Course regional meet over the weekend in Thunder Bay.
The Aquanauts racked up 39 medals in total, much to the delight of coach Dawnn Taylor.
“They all did very well and surpassed my expectations,” she lauded of her swimmers.
Makinnley McCormick, left, Halle Johnson, Mya McFarling, McKenna Wreggitt, and Paisley Asselin showed off some great teamwork as they were decked out in hockey jerseys to perform their “Sports Revolution” routine.
Payton Plante, left, Jett Jacobsen, and Chael Bruyere looked cuddly cute in their outfits as program assistant Awnley Jacobsen gave a helping hand during their “Stuffed Animal Revolution” routine.
Dominique Lemaire, left, Madison LeBlanc, and Lyla Moen showed that their connection was strong as around and around they went during their “Telephone Revolution” routine.