Although the Sunset Country team didn’t bowl over their competition at last weekend’s “Youth Challenge” at Plaza Lanes here, local bowlers Allison AmOrde and John Smith finished near the top of their respective divisions.
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When Tim Nordin’s rink struggled at the first qualifier for the “Northwestern” men’s curling playdowns here in late November, they decided to make a change.
Nordin switched to third while Raymond Roy took over throwing skip’s rocks, and the move seems to have paid off—at least for now.
The Emo Leafs were among the 22 teams that participated in the third-annual GM Dryden Atom ‘A’ hockey tournament this past weekend.
Other squads there included the MEC Bulldogs (Fort Frances), as well as ones from Atikokan, Ignace, Sioux Lookout, Red Lake, Kenora, Keewatin, and host Dryden.
The Muskie senior boys’ basketball team moved into a first-place tie with the Kenora Broncos at 3-1 after an impressive 62-51 win up there yesterday afternoon.
The Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship will run from Thursday to Saturday instead of Friday to Sunday when it takes to the water for the fifth time in July.
The change was made to better accommodate the anglers, said Ray Engelbertink, media relations spokesman for the FFCBC, adding many of them face lengthy trips back to their hometowns after the final weigh-in.
Although Emo minor hockey teams lost three exhibition encounters against Warroad and International Falls this past week, the rest of the circuit tasted several victories against two ties.
The Mine Centre grade eight girls’ volleyball team knows it will face an uphill battle at the Eastern Ontario Bantam Volleyball Championships in Ottawa later this month.
As good as the Muskies were in the first half of the season, compiling a league-leading 8-1 record along the way, head coach Glen Edwards is hoping his team continues to make great strides when they open the second half Friday night in Kenora.
Winter has finally come to all of us in the U.S. Midwest. It is a slower time of the year than the spring, summer, or fall.
But it also is a time of the year to reflect—and to offer some resolutions for the upcoming fishing season. Sometimes at this time of year, I catch myself day-dreaming about events and memories of last fishing season
Scott Grynol scored with just over a minute left in the first period to pace the KCs (Fort Frances) to a 1-0 victory against the Emo Predators in recent PeeWee ‘AA’ action.
Both teams pressed during the second and third periods but neither one could score.