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Beaudry rink looking to build off lessons learned at nationals

Kim Beaudry's rink worked hard and represented Northern Ontario with class.

The squad, which also featured Barb Roy (third), Wendy Brunetta (second), and Kris Sinclair (lead), narrowly missed out on advancing to the semi-finals at the Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships held March 22-28 in Chilliwack, B.C. as they finished fifth in the Championship Pool with a 6-4 record.

Bronze-medal game

Liam George of the RBC Lions contemplated his options on offence while he was watched defensively by Josh Pawluk of Sunset Landscaping during his squad's 65-43 win in the Fort Frances Men's Basketball League's bronze-medal game last Tuesday night at Fort High.

Setting screen

TJ States of the Revco Renegades looked to dribble around the stout defence of Chris Wall of the BDO Ballerz during the first half of his squad's 59-47 win in the Fort Frances Men's Basketball League final last Tuesday night at Fort High. States netted 12 points in that one to help pace the Renegades to their first-ever league title.

Men's bball final

Toby Munro of the BDO Ballerz drove his way around the Revco Renegades' defence during the second half of his squad's loss in the Fort Frances Men's Basketball League final Tuesday night at Fort High. The Renegades were defeated in the final by Sunset Landscaping last year but found redemption and were able to claim their first-ever league crown.

Group skaters #4

Nate Anderson and Benjamin Briere did their best to navigate the “frozen waters" while program assistant Rachel Ste. Croix looked on during their "Rainy Lake Anglers" routine that was part of the Northern Lights School of Skating's inaugural exhibition, entitled "True North," which was held Saturday afternoon at "The Duke” (Couchiching Arena).