Red Lake Miners' forward Bryce Young looked to fire a shot on Fort Frances Lakers' goalie Jacob Gnidziejko while a teammate tried to get a stick in the way during the second period of the visitors' 5-1 win Friday night at the Ice For Kids Arena. Young notched a marker to help pace the Miners' offence.
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Issy Taylor looked to jam a scoring chance past Kenora Broncos' goalie Trista Boulette during the first period of the Muskie girls' hockey team's 14-1 romp in their NorWOSSA regular-season opener last Tuesday night at the Ice For Kids Arena. Taylor was stellar in netting four goals to help pace the Muskies' onslaught.
Wide receiver Riley Argue was handed the Paul Renaud Most Valuable Player award by assistant coach Lou Gauthier during the Muskie football team's annual awards banquet Monday night at the Copper River Inn. Argue had an outstanding season for the black-and-gold, helping the squad finish with a 4-2 record in the seven-team Currie Division ('A').
Jill Calder was dialed in as she fired her first goal of the night off a rebound against Kenora Broncos' goalie Trista Boulette to give the Muskie girls' hockey team a 3-0 lead during the first period of their 14-1 romp in their NorWOSSA season-opener here last Tuesday night. Calder netted a hat trick to help pace the Muskies' offence.
Koda Radigan (#15) of the Fort Frances Bantam 'AA' Canadians looked to be the first to get to the loose puck during his squad's 3-2 loss to the North End Flames (Thunder Bay) in the gold-medal game of their annual home tournament Sunday afternoon at the Ice For Kids Arena.
Walmart assistant manager Rosanne DeGagne, left, and store manager Cheri Dyck joined Pastor Ryan MacDonald and Donna Haney to kick off the annual Christmas kettle campaign there yesterday morning. Kettles also are out at Safeway, with one to be set up at the local LCBO starting Dec. 1. Volunteers will be ringing the bells until Dec. 22. To volunteer, call 1-807-456-3654.
Carolyn Kozlowski, left, bought some baked goods from C.W.L. volunteer Jenny Sieders yesterday afternoon during the Christmas tea and bazaar at St. Mary's Church. The popular event, hosted by the C.W.L. of St. Mary's Parish, featured handmade crafts, draws, a silent auction, and a kids' zone, as well as coffee, tea, and refreshments.
Carolyn Kozlowski, left, bought some baked goods from C.W.L. volunteer Jenny Sieders yesterday afternoon during the Christmas tea and bazaar at St. Mary’s Church. The popular event, hosted by the C.W.L. of St. Mary’s Parish, featured handmade crafts, draws, a silent auction, and a kids’ zone, as well as coffee, tea, and refreshments.
Brandon Croswell looked to get a handle on a loose puck near his net during the third period of the Fort Frances Bantam ‘AA’ Canadians’ 3-2 loss to the North End Flames (Thunder Bay) yesterday afternoon in the gold-medal game of their annual home tournament at the Ice For Kids Arena. The Canadians scored a late goal in that one but couldn’t quite complete the comeback and settled for silver.
Mayor Roy Avis, left, Ed Lucier, a Métis representative from Manitoba, Sunset Country Métis president Brady Hupet, and mayor-elect June Caul held up a Métis flag in front of the Civic Centre on Friday to mark Louis Riel Day. A flag-raising ceremony followed. Nov. 16 is the anniversary of Riel’s execution that took place in 1885.