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Badminton teams set sights on NorWOSSA

As the Muskie badminton teams prepare for the NorWOSSA qualifier tomorrow in Ignace, they do so knowing they have an excellent chance of advancing to the playoffs later this month.

That’s because several Muskies put in strong performances at an exhibition last month in Sioux Lookout, and the top three placings in each division will move on from tomorrow’s qualifier.

Lee rink advances to all-Ontarios

The road to the all-Ontarios took a little bump along the way but the Rainy River Owls, skipped by Angela Lee, advanced to the provincial girls’ curling showdown April 14-17 in Toronto.

Competing at the NWOSSAA playdowns here in Fort Frances, the Owls had little trouble beating Marathon 10-2 in the first-place tie-breaker last night.

Jackson repeats as men’s bonspiel champ

Considering the talent at the men’s bonspiel here each year, Lorne Jackson would be the first to admit it how tough it is to repeat as champion.

But that’s exactly what Jackson and his rink of brother, Derek, and new front end Randy Genyk and Lionel Conan (both from Winnipeg), did at the 51st-annual affair last week, breezing through the 48-team field with an undefeated record.