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Muskie 'birder' off to OFSAA


The past two years, Aaron Bujold knocked on the door of NWOSSAA badminton supremacy but wasn't allowed to come in.

This time, he blew the door to smithereens.

The Grade 11 ace upgraded from his two silver medals in senior boys' singles play at the last two NWOSSAA championships to come away with the gold yesterday in Wawa.

Bujold maintained his run of perfection this season—going 5-0 while running his sets record to 19-0 to qualify for the OFSAA championships May 4-6 in Pain Court.

Fort High's three singles competitors and one doubles team captured three medals in all yesterday while posting a pair of near-misses in advancing to OFSAA.

Michaela Putzer went 3-2 to capture bronze in junior girls' singles while the junior girls' doubles team of Lauryn Marchant and Tayah Badiuk also claimed bronze with a 3-2 mark.

Only the top two in each division earn OFSAA berths.

Junior girls' singles entrant Isabella Ward compiled a 2-3 mark to place fifth in her division.

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