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Muskies ready to clash with Bulldogs in CanadInns Bowl

They are one win away from their ultimate goal and are ready for the challenge ahead.

The third-ranked Muskie football team is set to clash with the fourth-place Churchill Bulldogs in the WHSFL's CanadInns Bowl this Saturday in Winnipeg after downing the second-ranked Maples Marauders 28-22 in the Currie Division ('A') semifinals last Thursday.

Lakers' losing skid hits six games

It's been a tough stretch of late for the Fort Frances Lakers and those woes were extended over the weekend.

The Lakers were edged out by the visiting Dryden GM Ice Dogs by a 2-1 count on Friday night and then followed that up with their worst game of the season in an 8-3 thumping at the hands of the Thief River Falls Norskies on Saturday night at the Ice For Kids Arena.

Juniors capture NorWOSSA crown again

It was a golden day for the Muskie junior girls' basketball team during the NorWOSSA playoffs in Dryden on Friday.

The top-ranked Muskies came away with a decisive 42-23 win over the second-place host Eagles in the championship game to hoist the trophy for the third straight year.

Tatum Glowasky led all scorers with 16 points while Ayiana Gagne chipped in with eight.

No cash calendar next year

The Rainy River District Mutual Aid Association wishes to inform the public that they will not be undertaking a cash calendar lottery project for 2020.

We wish to extend thanks to all those who supported the sale of these calendars over the years.

Special thanks to all the district fire teams and others who assisted with the calendar sales.