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Muskies sink Schooners in debut

“They’re not as good as they were last year,” said Brett Watt, head coach of the Sturgeon Creek Schooners, referring to the Muskies after their 22-14 victory over the Winnipeg squad here last Friday.

Then again, it’s tough to top the 62-0 shellacking the black-and-gold handed the Schooners a year ago.

Certainly, all things pointed to a closer game this time around.

Sun goes down on Shade

After losing just once during the regular season, Shade came out on the short end of a 25-15 decision to the Rascals in the ‘A’-final of the adult mixed slo-pitch league Monday night.

After jumping out to an early 2-0 lead in the first inning, the Rascals broke the game open in the fourth.

Edwards predicting championship season

After putting his troops through a week of tryouts, Muskie head coach Glen Edwards came away with a good feeling about the potential of his hockey team this coming season.

So good, in fact, that Edwards predicted this team will not only earn a berth to the all-Ontarios but go even further. He feels they could win it all. As in provincial champs.

Talk about confidence.