It’s a new era for the Borderland Soccer League in terms of how to sign up.
Annual registration goes tonight and Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. at Fort High.
For the first time, players are encouraged to begin the registration process online using the link found on the league’s Facebook page before coming to the school in person.
Amber Jourdain and Alexis Perreault had to declare something a little extra in their luggage for the trip home from Nova Scotia.
The Couchiching duo were part of the silver medal-winning squad from Team Ontario, which fell 3-2 to Saskatchewan on Saturday in the final of the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships in Halifax.
Neither local player saw action in the final.
The Fort Frances Lakers weren’t lacking for effort, pride, or belief in themselves.
What they were missing was one more goal and nearly a full starting lineup of healthy bodies.
A pair of Couchiching residents are two wins away from a national championship.
Amber Jourdain and Alexis Perreault are part of second-seeded Team Ontario, which beat eighth-ranked Team North 6-1 in quarter-final action yesterday at the 2015 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships in Bedford, N.S.
It’s down to last-chance time for Aaron Bujold.
The Muskie—competing in the boys’ singles division—dropped his first two matches at the OFSAA badminton championships yesterday in Markham.
Bujold, the NorWOSSA champ and NWOSSAA silver-medalist, lost his opening contest in the ‘A’ Flight 2-0 (21-10/21-17) to Victor Gao (CWOSSA).
The Toronto Patriots ended the Fort Frances Lakers’ season last year.
It’s time for the Lakers to return the favour—if they can scrounge together enough healthy bodies to do so.
Team Ontario is rolling—and Amber Jourdain and Alexis Perreault are hoping to get back in on the fun.
The Couchiching duo were not in the lineup for yesterday’s 4-0 win over B.C. in Ontario’s final round-robin game at the 2015 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships in Bedford, N.S.
With the win, second-ranked Ontario (3-0) clinched first place in Division II.
The Fort Frances Lakers lost the lead, lost half their defence corps, and lost their composure.
They have until tonight to figure out how to avoid losing out on the chance to play tomorrow.
Christian Laettner took the recommendation of a training staff employee from his first professional team more than 20 years ago—and has never regretted it.
The Duke Blue Devils’ basketball legend, 13-year NBA veteran, and 1992 Olympic gold-medalist will put on a two-day hoops camp for youth and adults at Pegamigaabo School on Big Grassy First Nation on May 30-31.
It looks like all systems go and they’ve barely left the starting gate.
The Muskie boys’ soccer team looked every bit the four-time defending NorWOSSA champion it is in blanking the Rainy River Owls 6-0 in an exhibition scrimmage here Monday.
“For an opening game, things looked pretty good from front to back and from young to old,” said Muskie head coach Shane Beckett.