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Muskies getting back on track

Spring has sprung and that means it's time for another track-and-field season.

The Muskies have been doing fitness training since early February and coach John Dutton noted that his squad has been working hard to get ready for their first meet of the season, which is slated for April 17 in Baudette, Mn. (weather permitting).

Muskie, Owl 'birders' impress in tune-up for NorWOSSA qualifier

Members of the Muskie and Rainy River Owls badminton teams were able to fine tune their games and see what they are going to be up against this season in NorWOSSA play at an exhibition tournament last Wednesday in Atikokan.

The Muskies and Owls put in some impressive performances and were able to identify any areas of weakness heading into the NorWOSSA qualifier today in Atikokan.

Skating awards

Grayson Wright and Bryden Strachan took home the Pre-STARSKATE Skater Recognition PA Choice Award at the Northern Light's School of Skating's inaugural achievements and awards gala held Friday night at the Little Beaver Cultural Centre.

Revco roars to first-ever hoops crown

How sweet the taste of redemption is.

Just over a year removed from a tough 86-52 loss to Sunset Landscaping in their first crack at a championship, the fifth-place Revco Renegades weren't going to be denied on their second attempt as they rolled to a 59-47 win over the third-place BDO Ballerz in the Fort Frances Men's Basketball League final last Tuesday night at Fort High.

Beaudry rink looking to build off lessons learned at nationals

Kim Beaudry's rink worked hard and represented Northern Ontario with class.

The squad, which also featured Barb Roy (third), Wendy Brunetta (second), and Kris Sinclair (lead), narrowly missed out on advancing to the semi-finals at the Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships held March 22-28 in Chilliwack, B.C. as they finished fifth in the Championship Pool with a 6-4 record.

Bronze-medal game

Liam George of the RBC Lions contemplated his options on offence while he was watched defensively by Josh Pawluk of Sunset Landscaping during his squad's 65-43 win in the Fort Frances Men's Basketball League's bronze-medal game last Tuesday night at Fort High.

Setting screen

TJ States of the Revco Renegades looked to dribble around the stout defence of Chris Wall of the BDO Ballerz during the first half of his squad's 59-47 win in the Fort Frances Men's Basketball League final last Tuesday night at Fort High. States netted 12 points in that one to help pace the Renegades to their first-ever league title.

Men's bball final

Toby Munro of the BDO Ballerz drove his way around the Revco Renegades' defence during the second half of his squad's loss in the Fort Frances Men's Basketball League final Tuesday night at Fort High. The Renegades were defeated in the final by Sunset Landscaping last year but found redemption and were able to claim their first-ever league crown.