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Mann joins with new wrestling team

A new season has brought with it a new experience for a local wrestler.

Hudson Mann, who was born in Fort Frances but lived in International Falls, has moved to Annandale/Maple Lake, Mn. to fill out a heavyweight spot on the wrestling team there.

Most recently, Mann competed in the Outlaw Middle School Duel Championship at Luther College on Remembrance Day in Decorah, Iowa.

Stick check

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.

Football MVP

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').

Shot on goal

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.

Puck scrum

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.

Bantam AA tourney

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.

Tourney action

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.

Senior spikers fall short of gold

It appeared as though the Muskie senior boys' volleyball team was close to putting a disappointing regular season behind them early in the NorWOSSA final here last Tuesday.

But after claiming the first two sets by scores of 25-19 and 25-15 against the top-ranked Kenora Broncos, things started to fall apart for the third-seeded Muskies in their upset hopes.