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Second Jackson rink also comes up short

Kathie Jackson’s Fort Frances rink also was ousted from the money on the women’s side of the Sun Life/Husky Oil Grand Prix of Curling last weekend, losing three of their four games.

Opening with a pair of losses to Winnipeg rinks (9-6 to Janet Harvey and then 7-5 to Lori Boudreau), Jackson quickly found herself in an early must-win situation in the triple-knockout format.

District players selected to ‘AAA’ PeeWee team

Four players from Rainy River District have been selected to the Sioux Hawks “AAA” PeeWee regional all-star team that will be vying for a berth in the provincial tournament next March.

Jermaine Atatise, Andrew Wiersema, and Ian Lockman, who all play for the KC PeeWee “AA” rep team here, earned a spot on the squad along with Eric Mosbeck of the Emo Predators.

Make ‘rattling’ work for you

Many hunters are afraid to try new things and “rattling” is one tactic that intimidates some.

Guess what, rattling does work. If you’ve tried it with no success, you probably try it in the wrong area or at the wrong time.

Contrary to what some think, rattling can work throughout the season—you just have to be careful how loud and aggressive you are about it at certain times.