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Braves extend perfect record

The wins just keep on coming for the Fort Frances Braves.

The Rainy River District Fastball League leaders improved their record to 11-0 with a 15-7 win over the Northwest Bay Chieftains (2-11-1) last Thursday night.

Cole Tymkin earned the victory while Darren Smith took the loss.

Lakers' top scorer back

It's tough when any hockey team loses its leading scorer.

Fortunately for the Fort Frances Lakers, that won't be the case next season.

Lakers' head coach and general manager Wayne Strachan last week announced that forward Nick Lucas will be returning to the squad for another campaign.

Desaulniers brightest of all-stars

John Desaulniers shone brightly during the Rainy River District Fastball League's annual all-star game held Thursday night in Pinewood.

Desaulniers was solid on the rubber and also belted a grand slam to left field to pace the East All-Stars to a 11-1 rout of the West All-Stars.

Don Smith also went yard for the East.

Jeff Morrison was tagged with the loss.

Carlson earns accolade

The accolades keep on coming for Molly Carlson.

The Fort Frances native was among 15 Florida State Seminoles' swimmers and divers named to the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America teams last Wednesday.

Local drivers fare well

The Borderland Racing Association didn't host races at the Emo Speedway over the Canada Day weekend, allowing drivers to compete south of the border.

Wyatt Boyum of International Falls placed third in the Midwest Modifieds feature at Greenbush on Saturday.

Cody Ossachuk of Fort Frances came fifth while Dayton Brady of Devlin finished eighth.

Lady Raiders storm back to win

Getting down early proved not to be too much of a challenge for the Couchiching Lady Raiders in Rainy River District Women's Fastball League action Monday night.

The Lady Raiders (7-5) rallied from a four-run first-inning deficit to nab an 11-7 win over the Fort Frances Angels (2-9).

Jennifer Singleton earned the win while Rylee Redford suffered the loss.

Solid weekend for area riders

The dirt was flying and the local riders were smiling over the weekend in Emo.

Dylan Tessier of Devlin and Cole Kreger of Emo both were victorious at the Superior Dirt Riders' doubleheader that was held Saturday and Sunday at the Emo Motocross course.

It was the tour's lone stop in Rainy River District this year.