Muskie running back Sekina Scheibler made Aziz Daoud (32) and most other Maples Marauders' defenders look like turnstiles as he charged his way to 309 yards rushing and six touchdowns in Fort High's 42-18 win Friday in Winnipeg.
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More coaches hopefully will translate into more polish for the Muskie junior girls' basketball team this season.
Head coach Gord McCabe is joined by assistants Angela Petsnick, who coached the junior boys' hoopsters last year, and former junior girls' coach Alyssa Faragher.
“With three coaches, we can break the practices down into smaller groups,” Petsnick explained.
Barwick Blue Knights' third baseman Brad Wakefield, left, threw an unintentional hip check on teammate Vaughan Wilson that allowed Jaden Gustafson to reach base safely during the second inning of the Fort Frances Braves' 9-4 victory in the third-and-deciding game of the Rainy River District Fastball League championship series last Wednesdsay evening at Couchiching.
The Muskies' execution of the “victory formation” at game's end was a little shaky.
That can be excused, though, when it's the first chance a team has had to do it in 706 days.
Fort High ended an 11-game winless drought by rolling over the Maples Marauders 42-18 to open their WHSFL Currie Division season Friday in Winnipeg.
Sekina Scheibler could not be stopped Friday as he ran around—and through—the host Maples Marauders for 309 yards and six rushing touchdowns in the Muskies' 42-18 victory in Winnipeg to open their WHSFL season in the Currie Division ('A').
Brandon McGinnis of the Fort Frances Braves crushed this triple to the fence in right field to bring home Jacob Jack and tie the game at 2-2 in the second inning of the Braves' 9-4 win over the Barwick Blue Knights in the deciding game of the Rainy River District Fastball League's best-of-three championship series yesterday evening at Couchiching.
Chris Kinzel, of Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., was a combination of Hilary Knight and Nancy Lopez as she relied on her hockey and golf skills to try and sink this tough shot at the first green at Spruce Creek Golf Course near Morson on Saturday.
Her personal journey has lasted more than nine years.
But Brenda Osborne doesn't know if it ever will end for her or any of the First Nations' families in Canada who have had loved ones either disappear or lose their lives at the hands of another.
Winnipeg resident Brenda Osborne and the rest of her walking group made their way through Fort Frances over the weekend in an effort to raise awareness about murdered and missing indigenous people in Canada, including her own daughter, Claudette, who has been missing since 2008.
Just like he used to do for the Muskie boys' hockey team, Shane Bliss shared some secrets of the game to the Atom-aged players assembled before him at the Ice For Kids Arena during the Fort Frances Minor Hockey Association's Development Week camp last week. The camp's purpose is to help prepare local players in different age groups for their upcoming seasons.