Couchiching Raiders lead-off hitter Ryan MacDonald was too quick down the line for this throw from Sight & Sound Wolves third baseman Matt Dunne to earn an infield hit in the fifth inning.
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Hailey Beaudry of La Place Rendez-Vous/Taggs used her power to full advantage as both a goal scorer and a playmaker Thursday evening as her team completed a sweep of the best-of-three women's division final.
Shelby Nosan of the Dawson Tigers legged out this triple but was unable to get home from third in the first inning of Dawson's 13-3 loss to the Fort Frances Her-icanes on Monday evening at VanJura here.
Ian Jodoin of CJ Contracting, right, couldn't bear to watch the outcome even while putting his body on the line to try and block this pass from Garnet Cornell of Centra Pipelines during the men's division final Thursday evening, with Centra claiming a 4-1 victory on penalty kicks after the two teams battled to a 1-1 draw through regulation and overtime.
1980 Muskie senior girls' hoopsters Laurie Moxham, left, Tracy Roach, Kathy Kolynchuk, and Jean Bujold were part of the group that became the first women and first basketball players inducted into the Fort Frances Sports Hall of Fame.
Whether is was TSN or APTN, national TV audiences got plenty of chances to get to know Amy Wilson-Hands up close and personal.
The third time most definitely was the charm for Bill Godin.
After winning the Kenora Bass International in 2006 with Dave Lindsay, and then in 2013 with Leroy Wilson, Godin paired with Wilson again this past weekend to win his third title overall at the 30th-anniversary edition of the event.
It was an evening to both celebrate the past and inspire future generations to reach for greatness themselves.
The second class inducted into the Fort Frances Sports Hall of Fame was granted official entrance Saturday night during ceremonies at La Place Rendez-Vous.
A total of 100 minutes could not differentiate which was the better squad.
So it came down to the showdown that tests the composure of the players while making short work of the spectators' fingernails.
Wayne Strachan's coaching batteries have received a much-needed recharge this summer.
The head coach and general manager of the Fort Frances Lakers concluded the second of two trips to Calgary over the past couple of months after being chosen to take part in Hockey Canada's Program of Excellence (POE) National under-17 Team Experience.