Muskie girls' hockey team captain Annalise (CC) Hayes looked to dangle the puck around the outstretched stick of teammate Emily Kaun during a scrimmage at practice Friday afternoon at the '52 Canadians Arena.
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Fort Frances native Jonah Homer of the Mighty Mustang youth wrestling program had the upper-hand on his opponent during a recent match. Homer nabbed second place in the 55- to 60-pound division at a tournament in Cloquest, Mn. on Saturday.
Fort Frances Lakers' affiliate goalie Matt Booth made a difficult save on a shot that was tipped up high on him during the second period of his squad's 4-2 loss to the English River Miners on Sunday afternoon at the Ice For Kids Arena.
Jeff Gustafson holds a five-pound spotted bass he caught while pre-fishing at Lake Lanier last week.
Canfigure skaters Lilly Blakeney and Paige Anderson took part in this number as the Rainy River Figure Skating Club hosted its annual ice show, this year entitled “Under the Big Top,” on the evening of March 3 and again on the afternoon of March 4.
Canfigure members Ellianna Jacobson, left, Nina Kreger, and Kassandra Dobransky displayed their skills during this number.
Canfigure skaters Madison Kreger, left, Emma Olson, and Phoenix Nault gave it their all while doing some spins.
Sioux Lookout Warriors' forward Ben Lavoie proudly hoisted the NorWOSSA trophy in the air while his teammates gathered around to join in the celebration after the squad knocked off the Muskies with a thrilling 4-3 double-overtime victory in the third-and-deciding game last Tuesday night at the Ice For Kids Arena.
In the ultimate display of class and sportsmanship, Muskie co-captain Eric Pitkanen and Jersey Abraham of the Sioux Lookout Warriors exchanged handshakes and pleasantries at the conclusion of the hard-fought three-game series in the NorWOSSA boys' hockey final.
Graduate skater Abigail Lucke performed a solo number during the ice show.