The No.15/20 Florida State Seminoles' swimming and diving teams secured a pair of wins against NR/RV Georgia Tech on the road at the McAuley Aquatic Center on Saturday.
The 20th-ranked women's team (2-2, 1-2 ACC) defeated Georgia Tech (0-1, 0-1 ACC) 177-123, while the No. 15 men (3-1, 2-1 ACC) edged the Yellow Jackets 160-140.
Senior Ayla Bonniwell tallied a season-high score of 327.68 for the win on 3-metre and her classmate Molly Carlson, who is originally from Fort Frances, followed in third at 315.15.
Later in the meet, Bonniwell and Carlson were first and second on 1-metre, scoring 309.30 and 296.63, respectively.
Florida State will visit No.9/1 Florida next Friday (Nov. 8) before returning home to host Florida Southern, North Florida and West Florida on Nov. 9 at the Morcom Aquatics Center.
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Despite a tough go of it down the stretch, the Rainy River Community College Voyageurs' women's volleyball team ended the season on a positive note with a 3-0 win over the host Fond du Lac Thunder on Friday.
The set scores were 25-18, 25-15, and 25-17 for the Voyageurs, who finished seventh in the eight-team Northern Division of the MCAC with a 4-19 record overall.
RRCC also was only 2-12 within its own conference.
Former Muskie Hailee Barnard had six kills and three digs in the season-ending win over the Thunder (0-15) while Alex Spuzak tallied two kills and three digs.
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Former Muskie Cole Magill earned an assist as the Kenora Midget 'AAA' Thistles lost both of their games decisively over the weekend.
Magill's helper came on a third-period goal as the Thistles lost 7-2 to the Winnipeg Wild on Saturday at Thistle Arena.
Kenora then lost 7-1 to the host Eastman Selects on Sunday to see their record fall to 0-9 on the season.
The Thistles will be looking for their first win of the season this weekend as they play a pair of road games against the Southwest Cougars (4-5) on Friday and Saturday before taking on the host Central Plains Capitals (6-3) on Sunday.
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Cole Tymkin helped his London Knights secure a pair of wins over the weekend in OHL action.
Tymkin, who is originally from Rainy River, dished out an assist on Friday night to help lift the Knights to a 5-1 win over the visiting Saginaw Spirit.
Then on Saturday, the 20-year-old added a pair of helpers but London fell 6-5 in a shootout to the host Erie Otters.
Tymkin tallied his lone goal of the weekend on Sunday as the Knights improved to 6-4-1 in the Midwest Division with a 6-2 home win over the Niagara Ice Dogs.
Tymkin's marker was the final one of the game for London in the third period, which made it 5-1 at the time. In 12 games this season, he has tallied three goals and four assists.