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New-look Muskies end early tryout camp

With a new head coach, an earlier training camp and an abundance of spots left open by graduating players, there’s no doubt the Muskie hockey team will bolster a new look this season.

And with that new look, the black-and-gold are hoping for a sharp turnaround that saw them bounced in the NorWOSSA semi-final by Sioux Lookout last season.

Ogden steps down as Muskie head coach

Terry Ogden has been a fixture behind the Muskie hockey team’s bench for the past 18 years, crafting a winning tradition here on the ice that goes unsurpassed on the NorWOSSA circuit.

But during last Tuesday’s session of the week-long tryout camp at Memorial Arena, Ogden gave word to assistant coach Glen Edwards that his reign was over.

Causeway crowned women’s soccer champs

With the top two teams in the Women’s Borderland Soccer Association going head-to-head in last Wednesday’s final, it had all the makings of a spirited, high-tempo matchup.

And that’s exactly what happened as Causeway, who finished first during the regular season, hung on for an exciting 3-2 victory over defending champ MEC to capture this year’s title.

Hockey school scores big with big jump in numbers

The Borderland International Hockey School this year saw a dramatic increase in the number of players who registered for the two-week camp at Memorial Arena, organizer Terry Mihichuk enthused Monday.

The school, which just completed its 18th season (15 of those under the guidance of Gus Lindberg), saw 156 youngsters participate—up from just 84 over one week last August.