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Muskies sweep Red Lake

Given their rash of early-season injuries, the Muskies would have been content with a split against the Red Lake Rams up there last weekend.

But after winning the opener 4-2 on Friday night, the black-and-gold capped off the weekend when Jesse Rodrigues scored with four minutes left in overtime for a spectacular 4-3 comeback victory Saturday afternoon.

How high do you go in the tree?

“How high do you put your treestand in the tree” is one of the most asked questions of professionals in the hunting industry.

It’s like someone’s waiting to hear that there’s a “special height,” and the reason they haven’t harvested a good buck is because they’ve been two feet off the mark the whole time.

Emo pucksters split games

Emo teams played .500 hockey against opponents at the Emo Arena this past week.

In Novice action, the Emo Rockets scored in the first period and then netted to more tallies in the third for a 3-0 shutout against visiting Rainy River.

Brady Baker, Ryan Witherspoon, and Charlie DeBungie scored for the Rockets.

Mine Centre wins second gold medal

The Mine Centre girls’ grade eight volleyball team won its second-straight tournament Saturday, downing Atikokan 15-8, 10-15, and 15-6 to capture the first-annual Gilson Classic at St. Francis School here.

Mine Centre finished first in the round-robin to earn a bye into the final. Meanwhile, Atikokan swept St. Francis in the semi-final 15-13 and 15-12 to secure the other berth.