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CJ, Al's capture crowns

Another Borderland Soccer League season officially is in the books.

CJ Contracting and Al's Racquet Stringing nabbed the men's and women's division titles, respectively, during the league finals Tuesday evening at the St. Francis Sports Fields.

Braves tame Tigers in opener

The Fort Frances Braves are well on their way to defending their Rainy River District Fastball League crown from a year ago.

Cole Tymkin hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh to lift the East Division champs to a thrilling 3-2 win over the Dawson Tigers in the opening game of the best-of-three RRDFL championship final Tuesday evening at Couchiching.

Babes keep title hopes alive

The Red Gut Babes are still alive and kicking in the Rainy River District Women's Fastball League playoffs.

Kayla Windigo homered to pace the second-seeded Babes to a 9-6 win over the seventh-seeded Couchiching Lady Raiders on Monday night.

With the win, the Babes advanced to tonight's Loser's Side final against the third-seeded Emo Renegades at 6 p.m.

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.