The Muskies are eagerly awaiting word from a meeting of Winnipeg high school football coaches this Saturday that will determine if the black-and-gold will be allowed to play an exhibition schedule against them.
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For the second consecutive year, Tagg’s met the Dryden Heat in the final of the men’s “Borderland Ball Blast” soccer tournament. And for the second year in a row, Tagg’s was crowned tournament champs.
Although Gareth Payne will be back looking to win his fourth-straight Kitchen Creek Classic title, club pro Gord Workum felt this year’s field is a talented one that could see a new champion.
Heading into Sunday’s championship final against the previously unbeaten Causeway team, the make-shift squad of MEC/Merchants knew they would have to play well defensively to pull off the upset and shutdown Causeway’s high-powered offensive.
Dave Mitchell powered his way to a first-place finish in his division—and second overall—at the Canadian Powerlifting Championships in Okotoks, Alta. (near Calgary) last weekend.
With eight teams set to compete for this year’s “Borderland Ball Blast” men’s soccer tournament, organizers are starting to get a feel of the tournament’s potential.
In an attempt to bring senior football back to Thunder Bay, the newly-formed Thunder Bay Storm is looking to attract players from Northwestern Ontario to suit up in the new Central Senior Football League this season.
The CSFL is looking for players who have graduated from NorWOSSA football and would be attending either university or college in the Lakehead this fall.
Ron Westover increased his overall points lead in the streets division with a first-place finish in both the feature and heat race last Thursday at the Emo Speedway.
Westover now leads the streets with 517 points, just 11 points ahead of Richard Visser.
Visser finished behind Westover in the feature, followed by Darian Trimble, and Doug Derendorf.
With most anglers grumbling under the tent the night before the derby began about the trouble they were having catching smallmouth bass while pre-fishing, Joe Thrun said he couldn’t believe they weren’t catching fish.
When the first-annual Kid-Pro Am fishing tournament wrapped up last Thursday, organizers were elated to find the idea was just as big a hit with the pros as it was with the youngsters.
In fact, Rick Socholotuk, who helped organize the tournament with Bill Morgenstern, said the three-hour, catch-and-release event “far exceeded” all expectations they had.