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Chiefs capture home tourney

The Chiefs women's hockey team exacted some revenge on the Emo Misfits at its fourth-annual home tournament over the weekend.

The hosts fought back from a two-goal deficit after 40 minutes to pull out a 3-2 overtime victory Sunday afternoon in the championship game at “The Duke” (Couchiching Arena).

Local judoka impress

Members of the Borderland Judo Club had an impressive day on the mat back on Feb. 24.

Five competitors earned gold-medal finishes in their respective divisions at the local organization's third-annual home meet held at the Couchiching multi-use facility.

'Drumroll, please . . .'

Charlotte Bazylewski drew the March “Trip of the Month” winner while Kiwanian Robin Wright looked on this morning at International Travel Services here. Craig Sanders of Fort Frances will be going to Puerto Vallarta—a trip valued at $3,600. Next month's trip is to Berlin, Germany ($4,500).

PeeWee Canadians nab tourney crown

The PeeWee Canadians proved they were the “stars” over the weekend in Thunder Bay.

The squad went a perfect 6-0 en route to capturing the championship at the Norwest Tournament of Stars.

Sunday saw them locking horns with the host Stars in the final.

Aidan Taggart, Noah McPherson, and Evan Kabel all scored to lead the Canadians to a 3-0 triumph.

Area bowlers 'shine' at provincials

A trio of local bowlers helped Sunset Country shine at the P.O.A. (pins over average) provincial championships held over the weekend in North Bay.

Cody Brown of Fort Frances was a member of Sunset Country #1 that finished in second place overall in the P.O.A. team competition to earn a berth at the inter-provincial championships set for late April in P.E.I.

Local rink in need of sponsors

A Fort Frances curling team is looking for the community's help in its quest to bring home a provincial championship title.

Skipped by Jordon Bazylewski, the rink also includes Ben Olson (third), Brett Schram (second), and Kian McEvoy (lead).

At the start of the season, the squad had made plans to compete to the best of their ability in hopes of earning a provincial berth.