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No wins yet for Centra

It's been a tough start to the season for Centra Pipelines.

A 4-1 loss to CJ Contracting (2-2) on Monday night left the squad with an 0-4 record in the three-team men's division of the Borderland Soccer League.

Ian Jodoin's hat trick ultimately was too much overcome for Centra as CJ nabbed its second win of the season.

More interest needed

Prospective candidates for the fall municipal and school board elections, as well as those who plan to be a third-party advertiser in the elections, are being urged to sign up for an information session tentatively slated for June 27 here.

But more people will have to sign up to make the session a “go.”

Manitou still tops

Manitou Forest Products is showing it will be hard to score on them this season.

Jacob Albright nabbed his second-straight shutout Monday night to help pace Manitou (3-0) to a 1-0 win over CJ Contracting (1-2) in men's division action of the Borderland Soccer League.

Connor Nelson netted Manitou's lone goal in the second half.

Senior games results

It was a good time for all once again at the District 1A Senior Games held here last Tuesday and Wednesday.

Staged every two years, the games focus on promoting an active lifestyle in an atmosphere of fun, fellowship, and friendly competition.

It is open to residents of the Kenora, Dryden, and Rainy River Districts who were age 55+ as of Dec. 31, 2018.

First win for Davis

It was an impressive start to the season for Devlin's Jamie Davis.

Competing in his #85 car, Davis nabbed the checkered flag in the WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds feature race in Borderland Racing Association action Saturday night at the Emo Speedway.

Dayton Brady of Devlin finished second, followed by Fort Frances drivers Cody Ossachuk and Gavin Paull.