The game wasn’t entirely beautiful but at the end of it, the Fort Frances Lakers were a perfect 10.
A four-goal first period provided the Lakers all the spark they needed in a 6-2 win over the visiting Wisconsin Wilderness on Saturday night.
It wasn’t the way he wanted to go out.
But for Chad Canfield, it’s time to go.
Canfield announced today he is stepping down after four seasons as head coach of the Muskie football team following Fort High’s 35-0 loss to the Elmwood Giants in quarter-final action Friday in Winnipeg.
Ontario Universities Athletics is aiming to foster the growth of grassroots football locally.
OUA reps will be here Tuesday (Oct. 29) with “Growing the Gridiron,” a free junior football clinic aimed at children aged seven-14.
The Big Nickel will feel like a million dollars to Hailey Beaudry in just over a week—even if she had to slog through a mud bog to make it there.
The Grade 11 Muskie cross-country runner finished fourth in the senior girls’ division Wednesday at the NWOSSAA championships at the Can-View Ski Trails in Thunder Bay.
The Muskie senior and junior girls’ basketball squads both earned byes to their respective NorWOSSA finals next month after improving their league records to 6-0 on Tuesday in Kenora.
The seniors downed the Broncos (2-4) by a 29-20 margin, which Muskie co-coach Dan Bird said wasn’t as close as the score indicated.
Colton Spicer’s homecoming already is spelling trouble for the rest of the SIJHL.
The Fort Frances native scored the opening and closing goals last night to help propel the Lakers to their ninth-straight win—a 5-2 triumph over the Minnesota Iron Rangers at the new Couchiching arena.
Dr. Seuss would have loved the Muskie junior girls’ basketball squad.
Because when it comes to their opponents, the Muskies look like they can beat them here, they can beat them there, they can beat them anywhere.
There was never a doubt in D’Arcy Maguire’s mind.
The co-coach of the Fort Frances Wolverines had just seen his junior football squad deliver a thrilling end to regulation time when Cam Bowles reeled in Matthew Booth’s 19-yard touchdown pass with no time left on the clock to pull the Wolverines to within one point of the visiting Dryden JV Falcons in their season-finale Saturday.
Chad Canfield hopes eight days can make a world of difference.
The head coach of the Muskie football team must figure out a winning formula by Friday’s WHSFL Currie Division quarter-final against the Elmwood Giants in Winnipeg.
Whatever plan was in place didn’t work last Thursday, when the host Giants prevailed 31-0 in the two teams’ regular-season finale.
The Fort Frances Lakers keep winning—and the people who compile the Canadian Junior ‘A’ Hockey League top 20 rankings are noticing.
The Lakers’ rise to No. 6 in the current rankings is the best in team history, thanks to its current eight-game winning streak that included a pair of convincing road wins over the weekend.