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We Could Carry Less scores more

We Could Carry Less decided it was time to have their best night of the season.

The team did just that, reaching the maximum six points to move into a tie for ninth with Wild Sets at 34 points apiece in Fort Frances Women’s Volleyball League action last night.

Wild Sets was no slouch, either, recording five points for the second straight week.

Perfect 10 for Lakers

“The Three R’s” took the Minnesota Iron Rangers to school last night.

The line of Dylan Robertson, A.J. Rupert, and Nolan Ross combined for nine points as the Fort Frances Lakers made it 10-straight league wins with a 7-1 romp down in Hoyt Lakes.

Market square input invited

Have an idea to help make the future Rainy Lake Market Square the best it can be?

A come-and-go open house is being held today (Feb. 16) from 4-7 p.m. at the Memorial Sports Centre auditorium.

The public is welcome to speak with representatives from Winnipeg-based architecture firm Scatliff Miller Murray on what they want to see in a market square.

Hoops crew drops opener

A new day will hopefully bring a new result for the Muskie senior boys basketball team.

The River East Kodiaks (Winnipeg) got past the Muskies 70-53 in the Fort’s first game at the Sturgeon Heights Invitational tournament in the Manitoba capital yesterday.

Jacob Empey and Liam Metke each had 14 points in the loss for the Muskies, while Kevin Metke chipped in with 12.