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A pair of local Sunset Country Squash Club players participated in the recent Winnipeg Pro-Am Annual Manitoba Open.

Both junior Ryley Booth and Mike Canfield entered the 'D' division and who knew they would meet in the semi-finals?

Canfield had a bye in the first round before defeating Denis St. Hilaire (Winnipeg) 3-0, setting up his match with Booth.

SIJHL finalists announced

The SIJHL announced Friday the finalists for each of its individual awards for the 2018-19 regular season.

Voting for these honours was completed by each of the league's six-member clubs.

Out of these finalists, the winner of each individual honour will be announced over the course of the coming days leading up to the conclusion of the Bill Salonen Cup playoffs.

Tough going for Thunderhawks' rink at nationals

It was a tough outing for the Confederation College Thunderhawks' men's curling rink at the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association national curling championships that were held Friday through yesterday in Fredericton, N.B.

The rink, which includes former Muskies Kurtwood McGuire (skip) and Jason Bazylewski (second), went 0-7 to finish last in the eight-team field.

N. Stars dump Lakers

Keighan Gerrie, Jacob Brown, and Kyle Auger combined for nine points to pace the league-leading Thunder Bay North Stars to a 9-1 romp over the visiting Fort Frances Lakers on Tuesday night.

Thunder Bay (47-4-1-1) roared out to a 3-0 lead in the first period on goals by Maxime Fortin, Jayden Mrakic, and Ben Erwin.