Tristen Badiuk of the Muskie junior program worked through an agility drill while coach Walter Prymak looked on during the opening day of football camp at Fort High yesterday evening. The camp attracted 40 athletes from both the high school and junior (Grades 6-8) levels.
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Sport-specific training was a label yet to be conceived two decades ago, but that trend has taken a 180-degree turn over the past few years.
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It was young versus younger in the Borderland Soccer Association’s men’s final last Wednesday evening at the Struchan L. H. Gilson Soccer Pitches, so it seemed only fitting that a rookie notched the game-winning goal in Domino’s 2-0 win over Emo.
Domino’s Tyler Barker looked to elude a pair of Emo defenders during the men’s final of the local Borderland Soccer Association last Wednesday at the Struchan L. H. Gilson Soccer Pitches at the St. Francis Sportsfields.
Sara Roach, right, of Gillons’ drove to the net with Taggs’ Sarah Blais defending during the Borderland Soccer Association’s women’s final last night at the Struchan L. H. Gilson Soccer Pitches. Gillons’ cruised to a 7-0 win for their second-straight title win, while Domino’s made it three-straight titles on the men’s side with a 2-0 shutout of Emo.
It was déjà vu all over again in the finals of the men’s and women’s divisions of the Borderland Soccer Association last night at the Struchan L. H. Gilson Soccer Pitches.
Domino’s made it three championships in a row with a 2-0 victory over Emo.
The North American Fastpitch Association ‘A’ Major World Series goes this weekend in Sioux Falls with the Rainy River District Fastball League sending a team among the 43 represented at the event.
The squad goes down as the Sight & Sound Wolves but recruits players from throughout the regional circuit. Last year’s team went 2-2 at the championships in Mankato, Mn.
The pipeline of local talent to the Minnesota college hockey ranks continues.
Fort Frances products Chris Sinclair and Tyler Miller will be donning the blue-white-and-yellow jerseys of the St. Scholastica Saints hockey team this fall.
Get ready to dust off that AC/DC “The Razor’s Edge” album because its first track will soon be in use again at an arena near you.
The plan to bring a senior men’s team to the area has been realized—complete with a number of former Borderland Thunder players—and will play as the Thunderhawks.
Gone, but not forgotten.
The late Struchan Gilson passed away suddenly at his home on Aug. 18, 2005 but clearly left a lasting impression on the athletes, friends and colleagues he knew as a coach, player and volunteer in the community.