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Braves run win streak to 7 games

The two-time defending champs are looking great to start the season.

The Fort Frances Braves ran their win streak to start the 2019 Rainy River District Fastball League campaign to seven games with a 10-0 drubbing of the Rainy River Royals on Thursday night.

Jesse Tom homered twice while Jaden Gustafson earned the pitching win for the undefeated Braves (7-0).

Raiders still tops

It's been a blistering start to the season for the Couchiching Raiders.

Steph Legree homered to pace the Raiders to a 25-8 blowout of the Dawson Tigers in Rainy River District Women's Fastball League action last night.

Jenn Singleton nabbed the pitching win for the Raiders, who improved to a league-best 7-0.

Alicia Anderson was saddled with the loss for Dawson (2-6).

Renegades nab third-straight win

The Renegades are keeping pace with their fellow juggernauts in the Rainy River District Women's Fastball League standings.

They won their third-straight on Monday night, edging the Big Grassy Lynx 18-17 in a high-scoring thriller.

Karma Andy nabbed the win for the Renegades, who improved their record to 6-1.

Nancy Indian was saddled with the loss for Big Grassy (4-2).

Tough outing for Muskie boys at OFSAA

You have to score with regularity in order to be successful at the all-Ontarios.

The Muskie boys' soccer team found that out firsthand as they compiled a 1-3 record and only scored a total of two goals at the OFSAA 'AA' boys' championship held in North Bay last Thursday through Saturday.

Fort High finished fourth in Pool 'D' and failed to advance out of round robin play.