If this edition of the Muskie girls’ hockey team ever wants to get into business putting on defensive clinics, they probably won’t have to worry about any other fundraising ventures the rest of the season.
Before three weeks ago, Grant Perreault’s world revolved around First Nations’ youth reaching their goals and the hockey team he works for scoring and preventing goals.
Now he has a much more important goal—conquering his own life-threatening illness.
Ethan Armit wants to strike a chord with hockey and music fans alike across Canada.
The Fort Frances native, who now calls Dryden home, recently teamed up with current town residents Eric Carpenter and Jordan Fournier in a group called the Ethan Armit Project.
The Fort Frances Lakers are at an all-time high, but the altitude isn’t having any adverse effects so far.
The Lakers earned their 12th-straight victory Saturday night—doubling the English River Miners 4-2 in Ear Falls.
The two Muskie girls’ basketball teams received their first real doses of adversity yesterday.
The juniors responded with a fantastic fourth quarter; the seniors would rather just forget the final frame altogether.
Ashley Croswell had a game-high 10 points as the juniors outlasted the Rainy River Owls 25-20 in an exhibition game at Fort High.
Make it an even dozen for the SIJHL’s juggernaut.
The Fort Frances Lakers ran their winning streak to 12 games Saturday night with a 4-2 win over the English River Miners in Ear Falls.
Two weekends, two tournaments, two cities, two gold medals.
It was another Sunday afternoon celebration for the Muskie girls’ hockey team, which blanked the Red Lake Rams 2-0 yesterday at the Ice For Kids Arena in the final of the ninth-annual Fort Frances High School Girls’ Hockey Tournament.
On a Hallowe’en afternoon, the Muskie senior boys’ volleyball team tried a new trick—an increased work ethic.
That decision allowed the black-and-gold to finally treat themselves to a long-awaited win.
The Muskies (1-7) closed out the NorWOSSA regular season here yesterday by capturing their first win with a 3-1 victory in their best-of-five showdown with the Kenora Broncos (3-5).
Borderland fishing guide Barry “Woody” Woods got a surprise in the mail earlier this month.
He opened an envelope containing a letter informing him he will be inducted into the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame for 2014.
“It kind of surprised me,” Woods admitted. “I am still trying to get my arms around it.
“It’s very humbling,” he added.
Forgive the Dryden Eagles’ junior girls’ basketball team if they had a certain “Queen” and David Bowie duet running through their heads.
Under pressure was the theme of the day for the host Eagles (3-5), who were helpless to fend off a relentless full-court attack as the visiting Muskies (7-0) pulled away for a 34-18 victory in NorWOSSA action Tuesday.