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Setting up play

The rest of Hayden Haw's teammates on the Rainy River Owls anxiously anticipated his oncoming set during the first set of the Owls' 3-0 loss to the visiting St. Thomas Aquinas Saints in NorWOSSA junior boys' volleyball action Monday.

Stuffing defence

Katelyn Brown of the Rainy River Owls (25) wasn't about to give Alyssa Turcotte of the St. Thomas Aquinas Saints an open look at the basket during the visitors' 33-11 victory in NorWOSSA 'A' junior girls' basketball action Monday afternoon at RRHS. See story on C4.

Goalmouth tussle

Fort Frances Lakers' forward Jack Bernie was not exactly the most welcome of guests in front of the English River Miners' net during Friday night's 3-1 pre-season win by the visitors at the Ice For Kids Arena.

Fingertip grab

Muskie receiver Riley Argue looked to have a clean catch on this play but actually grabbed the ball on the bounce for an incompletion in the fourth quarter of Fort High's 36-0 loss to the Kenora Broncos in WHSFL action here Friday afternoon.


Three-year-old Mya Caldwell, possibly the youngest participant in Sunday's Terry Fox Run here, got a push from her mom, Stacey Cridland.

Lunch items

Run co-organizer Matt Soprovich, left, stood by Flint House co-worker and chef Brian Lapointe and his daughter, Brianne, as they got ready to serve up macaroni and cheese, chicken bacon club wraps, and quinoa salad to hungry participants.

Peace signs

While the majority of participants had a brisk pace to their walk Sunday, a half-dozen or so, including, Dr. Lorena Jenks, used the event to get in a quick 5K run along the riverfront

Walking with dog

Cynthia Donald and her standard poodle, “Copper,” were among the half-dozen or so human-canine duos who went for a stroll during the Terry Fox Run here Sunday afternoon.