- —Cameron Penney photo
Gareth Dunn, a Grade 10 student at Fort High, chose his courses for the 2015/16 school year earlier this week. Grade 11 and returning Grade 12 students need to complete and submit their course selections by Monday (March 2) while Grade 9 and 10 students have until March 23 to finalize their selections.
- —Joey Payeur photo
Lauren Vold couldn’t hide her excitement after the Muskies captured their second-straight NorWOSSA crown last night with a 5-2 triumph over the Dryden Eagles in Game 2 of the best-of-three final here last night.
- —Joey Payeur photo
Lauren Hamilton (14) almost added to the Muskies’ lead in the second period on this shot that trickled through the pads of Eagles’ goalie Jacquie Grandmont and sat on the goal line. Dryden defender Jenna Langlais (15) managed to push the puck underneath Grandmont before Hamilton could get to it.
- —Heather Latter photo
Robert Moore School students rehearsed a scene from “Alice in Wonderland” after school yesterday. The musical will be staged there Wednesday and Thursday (March 4-5) at 6 p.m. Tickets, which cost $7 for adults and $5 for children aged three-12, will be available at the door.
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Reo Walton, from the United Native Friendship Centre, and other local drummers visited the students at the Zaagi-Idiwin Aboriginal “Head Start” program last Wednesday. The youngsters enjoyed drumming and singing with their guests.
The Minnesota Iron Rangers saved all their offence until the end last night.
They should have started a little sooner.
The Rangers scored all their goals in the third period but still fell 5-4 to the Fort Frances Lakers at the Ice For Kids Arena.
The Muskie girls’ hockey team let the Dryden Eagles worry about tweeting.
The black-and-gold were more interested in delivering a beating.
A three-goal outburst in the first six minutes of the game propelled the Muskies to a 5-2 victory and two-game sweep over the Eagles in the best-of-three NorWOSSA final last night at the ’52 Canadians Arena.