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The Muskie senior boys' volleyball team captured the silver medal at a tournament in Dryden over the weekend.
Fresh off a thrilling semi-final victory over St. Pats (Thunder Bay), the Muskies fell 25-13 and 25-23 to Atikokan in Saturday's final.
Head coach Wayne Strachan saw progression as he assessed the Fort Frances Lakers' recent three-game road trip in which the team went 1-1-1.
After opening with a 6-2 loss to the Dryden GM Ice Dogs back on Oct. 7, the Lakers suffered a 4-3 overtime loss to the Thunder Bay North Stars last Wednesday before doubling the Minnesota Iron Rangers 6-3 this past Saturday night.
During a team supper at the beginning of the season, the Muskie junior boys' volleyball squad set a goal of finishing atop the NorWOSSA standings.
The black-and-gold is well on its way to accomplishing that feat with three matches left in the regular season.
The juniors improved to 4-1 with a 3-1 win over the host Kenora Broncos last Wednesday afternoon.
Since 2011, more than 160 family physicians educated by the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) have begun to practice in Northern Ontario.
This means roughly 190,000 Northern Ontarians have improved access to a family doctor thanks to NOSM's presence.
The Emo and District Hospital Auxiliary's annual fall tea and bake sale was a great success Friday afternoon, with many people attending.
The beautiful log bird feeder was won by Linda Kreger.
A big “thank you” to all who came out from Emo and the surrounding communities to help support the auxiliary's tea and upcoming projects.
A Thunder Bay man has been fined $2,000 for deer-hunting offences.
Aiden L. Svane pleaded guilty and was fined $2,000 for trespassing for the purpose of hunting.
He also received a one-year hunting suspension.
Court heard that a landowner complained someone shot a deer on his rural property in Conmee Township near Kakabeka Falls.
The Muskie football team still has one game remaining in its regular-season schedule.
But the black-and-gold will have a playoff mentality when they face the St. John's Tigers this Friday in Winnipeg.
“Our mindset going into this finale is that [the] playoffs start now,” head coach Mike Cuzzolino said in an e-mailed response to the Times.
The Fort Frances Lakers ended their three-game road trip on a winning note.
Nick Lucas, Julian Uhryniuk, and Carter Chorney each had three points apiece to help the Lakers double the Minnesota Iron Rangers 6-3 on Saturday night in Hoyt Lakes.
Skylar Lentz and Uhryniuk connected on early power plays to put the visitors up 2-0.
Stratton native Trevor Bonot skipped Canada to the silver medal at the world mixed curling championships in Champéry, Switzerland.
Trailing 5-2 through six ends of Saturday's gold-medal match, the rink rallied with a deuce in the seventh and a steal of one in the eighth before falling 8-5 to Scotland in an extra end.