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Motocross riders fare well

A trio of local motocross racers put in impressive showings Saturday in Kakabeka Falls at the second-last tour stop of the year for the Northern Ontario Superior Dirt Riders motocross circuit.

Dylan Tessier of Devlin nabbed second place in the 85cc 12-16 age category, along with a third-place finish in the Super-minis.

Thrilling ends to soccer season

They played each other tough all season—and it was more of the same in the first game of the Borderland Soccer League's men's division final.

First-place CJ Contracting and second-seeded Manitou Forest Products battled to a scoreless tie Monday night to set the tone for a thrilling wrap-up to the men's season.

Miners change name

The English River Miners' hockey organization of the SIJHL is pleased to announce that, effective immediately, it has changed its name to the Red Lake Miners.

After careful consideration and thoughtful discussion, the board of directors and membership voted unanimously for the change at the club's annual general meeting held Aug. 7.

Riders perform well at horse show

District horse-lovers were able to get their fill over the weekend in Emo.

The Borderland Quarter Horse Association held its annual show at the Rainy River Valley Agricultural Society's fairgrounds, featuring district riders, as well as those hailing from as far away as Manitoba, Minnesota, South Dakota, participating in the three-day event.

Northern Storm win medals

It was a successful weekend for the Northern Storm 06 and 14U girls' hockey teams.

The Northern Storm 06 squad claimed the gold in the USA International Cup 'AAA' hockey tournament while the 14U one nabbed silver.

Locals Keira Fairnington and Eva Gerstner helped the Northern Storm 06 go a perfect 5-0 en route to the title.