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Joey Payeur

Cutting back

With the new Winnipeg High School Football League season fast approaching, the Muskie football team began preparing for its Currie Division ('A') schedule which kicks off Sept. 8 against the host Maples Marauders.

Lakers desperate for billet homes

Having players move to a community without having anywhere for them to live is far from ideal.

It also doesn't send the message Fort Frances Lakers' executives were hoping to get from the community.

The pressure is on for local residents to step up to be billets for members of the Lakers for the upcoming SIJHL season as the team opens training camp tomorrow.

Cloud of dust

It wasn't the three yards and a cloud of dust of football lore but actually 60 feet that Ryder Woolsey of the Barwick Blue Knights covered in stealing second to kick up this dirt storm in beating the throw to Dawson Tigers' shortstop Austin Jack in the second inning of Barwick's 9-5 win to claim the West Division championship of the Rainy River District Fastball League last Thursday evening in

Missed swing

Dawson Tigers' catcher Matt Godin's glove showed the result of pitcher Jeff Morrison's fastball against Vaughan Wilson of the Barwick Blue Knights yesterday evening in Game 2 of the West Division final of the Rainy River District Fastball League in Pinewood.

Ready . . . hike

Muskie quarterback Brady Meeks barked out the signals behind his offensive line as football training camp held its second day of practice Tuesday. Training camp runs through this week from 4-6 p.m. and next week from 3:30-6 p.m., with the team slated to begin the Winnipeg High School Football League season on Friday, Sept. 8 against the host Maples Marauders.