Brandon Croswell held the trophy with Terry McMahon as he took home the male Rookie-of-the-Year award.
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Raptors-mania swept its way into Fort Frances last week. Local fans packed the Rainy Lake Square Thursday night to form their own version of Jurassic Park and watch the Toronto Raptors defeat the Golden State Warriors 114-110 in Game 6 of the NBA Finals as they claimed their first-ever title.
Fort Frances Her-icanes' captain Stacy Patey smacked a single through the right side of the infield during her squad's 20-11 win over the Red Gut Babes in Rainy River District Women's Fastball League action last night at VanJura.
The Muskie girls' curling team was presented with the OFSAA Team Sportsmanship Award banner at the Muskie athletic awards banquet last night at the Townshend Theatre. Pictured, from left to right, are team members Ashley Payne, Jillian Cousineau and Andrea Schram, along with Muskie coaches Kim Beaudry and Tirzah Baird. Missing from the photo is team member Daffni Chabot.
With all the hours put into practising and competing, it's nice to get recognized for all that hard work.
Local youth figure skater Bryden Strachan, who competed as part of the CanSkate program this year with the Northern Lights School of Skating, recently was chosen as the recipient for Skate Canada's 2019 Skate Ontario Section CanSkater of the year Award.
You have to score with regularity in order to be successful at the all-Ontarios.
The Muskie boys' soccer team found that out firsthand as they compiled a 1-3 record and only scored a total of two goals at the OFSAA 'AA' boys' championship held in North Bay last Thursday through Saturday.
Fort High finished fourth in Pool 'D' and failed to advance out of round robin play.
Jason Kabel of Fort Frances smashed the ball to his opponents' side of the court during his and partner Bob Tkachuk's loss to John Viviano (Iowa) and Clint Barton (Fort Frances) in the championship game of a men's doubles tennis tournament held at the multi-use tennis courts here Saturday afternoon.
A former Muskie football star is taking his talents to Winnipeg.
Sekina Scheibler, who was a standout running back with the black-and-gold, recently officially signed on with the Winnipeg Rifles of the Canadian Junior Football League.
Even an injury couldn't keep Hudson Mann down for long.
The Mighty Mustang youth wrestling program product, who was born in Fort Frances but now resides in Minnesota, overcame a torn pectoral injury that sidelined him for weeks to qualify for the nationals at a competition two weekends ago in Ada, Ohio.
The knowledge and insight gained from competing in a provincial championship is invaluable for any athlete. And for the seven members of the Muskie track-and-field team that were able to compete at the OFSAA championships this year, that experience could prove vital as they move forward in their athletic careers.