The SIJHL announced last Wednesday that it has entered into a multi-year partnership agreement with Power Play Recruiting, based out of the Twin Cities area of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Mn. to aid and assist its players looking to further their respective post-Jr. 'A' careers at the NCAA level.
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Both the Muskies and Rainy River Owls will have some representatives from their badminton teams at the NWOSSAA championships in Thunder Bay next Wednesday (April 24).
The black-and-gold will have two members moving on while the Owls qualified three 'birders' at the NorWOSSA finals in Dryden Yesterday.
With his junior hockey career now complete, Jaedin Ness is looking forward to a new opportunity.
The forward, who spent the last two seasons with the Fort Frances Lakers, announced last week that he has committed to play hockey for the College of St. Scholastica Saints starting next season.
The Thunder Bay North Stars' trio of Jacob Brown, Keighan Gerrie, and Ryan Mignault collected a combined nine points to help their sqaud upend the Red Lake Miners 5-2 on Sunday night in Game 2 of the SIJHL's Bill Salonen Cup Final at the Fort William Gardens.
With the win, the North Stars evened the best-of-seven set at 1-1 heading into Game 3 tonight at the Cochenour Arena.
Florida State Seminole student-athletes gathered last Wednesday for the 25th-annual Golden Nole Awards banquet, which is hosted by the Student Athlete Advisory Council (S.A.A.C.).
The event honours the contributions made in the community and also recognizes those student-athletes that go above and beyond to display leadership on and off the field while striving to live unconquered.
What a way to wrap up the regular season.
The Mighty Mustang youth wrestling program from International Falls had five of its wrestlers earn podium finishes at the Jaycee's State Championship held Friday and Saturday in Grand Rapids, Mn.
The SIJHL announced Thursday its first and second all-star teams for the 2018-19 season.
These annual awards recognize the individual accomplishments of six forwards, four defencemen, and two goalies during the course of regular season play in the SIJHL.
The first and second all-stars were selected in voting done by each of the SIJHL's six clubs.
It was a job well done for the Muskie and Rainy River Owls badminton teams last week.
There are plenty of representatives from both schools at the NorWOSSA finals being held today in Dryden after advancing through the qualifier last Wednesday in Atikokan.
For the Muskies, three teams punched their tickets to Dryden.
Almost two dozen local bowlers headed up to Dryden earlier this month and returned home as champs once again!
Fort Frances compiled 35 overall points to capture the aggregate banner for the second-straight year in the annual tournament that pits the local club against those in Dryden, Kenora, and Balmertown.
With another great season in the books, the Fort Frances Girls'/Women's Hockey Association honoured the efforts of its players at its annual year-end awards banquet on Sunday evening at the Memorial Sports Centre.
Here is a complete list of the winners from each team: