Leah Seguin, who was representing Donald Young School, was just able to clear the bar during the girls' high jump event at the Bronco Booster Track & Field Invite varsity meet held last Tuesday at Falls High School. Seguin snagged bronze with a best jump of 4',6."
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It was all a matter of who was going to retrieve the ball first as the Muskie and Rainy River Owl girls' soccer teams renewed their rivalry on Thursday afternoon in exhibition action at Fort High. The black-and-gold prevailed in both games, with the girls' squad winning 2-0 and the boys eking out a 3-2 decision over the visiting Owls.
Sean Huziak powered up and leapt through the air during the boys' long jump event at the Bronco Booster Track & Field Invite varsity meet at Falls High School on Tuesday. Huziak finished seventh with a jump of 16',4".
It's a sport the whole community can gather around and it will be making its way to the district in the near future.
The Health and Wellness Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) students at Fort Frances High School are planning on holding a “try day" on April 30 to introduce the sport of "spikeball” to Fort High students and the community at large.
There will be a distinct Rainy River District flavour at the NWOSSAA badminton championships today in Thunder Bay.
Both the Muskies and Rainy River Owls had 'birders' qualify after finishing within the top two in their respective divisions at the NorWOSSA finals last Wednesday in Dryden.
Hard work and dedication has paid off handsomely for a district minor hockey coach.
Jamie Booth—who was head coach of both the Emo Express PeeWee 'AA' Affiliate and Emo Express PeeWee Green and assistant coach for the Emo Express Novice Green
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.
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.
Former Fort Frances Lakers' forward Jaedin Ness will be taking his talents and joining the College of St. Scholastica Saints' hockey program next season. The 21-year-old from Wayzata, Mn. racked up 52 goals and 28 assists over the last two seasons in the SIJHL with the Lakers.
Chase Councillor fired a shot on net during a session at the Fort Frances Atom 'AA' Canadians' prospects camp that was held last Monday-Wednesday at “The Duke” Couchiching Arena. Prospective players for the 2019-2020 season were able to showcase all that they could bring to the squad during various drills.