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Floor teams split with Kenora

The Muskie senior boys’ basketball team continued its offensive woes in Kenora, dropping a 53-35 decision to the host Broncos in NorWOSSA action yesterday afternoon.

“We continue to have a lack of scoring punch," co-coach Paul Noonan said afterwards. ”We missed easy shots and missed lay-ups.

“We just couldn’t seem to score.”

Atikokan squads strike gold

The Atikokan Angels skated away with the gold medal in both the Belle and Tween divisions at a ringette tournament in Emo last weekend.

In the Belle final against the Emo Bandits, the Angels skated hard, handled the “puck” with authority, and shut down Emo’s offence, especially in the second half, en route to a 6-2 win.

KCs outlast Hawks in tournament final

The host KC ‘AA’ PeeWee rep team nipped the Neebing Hawks 2-1 on Sunday afternoon in the championship final of the 12-team tournament at Memorial Arena.

After a scoreless first period, the KCs jumped out to a 2-0 lead on goals by A.J. Tucker and Kris Esselink. Neebing’s Shawn Wood scored with 6:15 to play but the Hawks couldn’t get the equalizer.