A two-goal performance from Nick Hahkala is just what the doctor ordered as Manitou Forest Products edged CJ Contracting 2-1 in Borderland Soccer League men's division action last night at the St. Francis Sports Field.
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In a stunning display of offensive power, the seventh-seeded Fort Frances Angels rallied from an early 4-0 deficit to nab a 18-9 win over the ninth-ranked Sabaskong Tebinaak last night in a Rainy River District Women's Fastball League Loser's Side playoff matchup at the St. Francis Sports Field.
The Fort Frances Lakers decided to change things up a bit over the weekend and postpone their annual tryout camp.
Although the camp was originally slated to run Friday through Sunday at Bronco Arena in International Falls, Lakers' head coach/general manager Wayne Strachan noted that most of the registrants were local players.
Four athletes and two builders make up the 2019 slate of Inductees to enter the Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame at the 38th Annual Induction Dinner and Ceremonies set for Sept. 28 in Thunder Bay.
All four of the athletes being inducted competed at the highest level in their chosen sports.
Their most recent win could not have come any easier—but they all count the same in the standings.
Centra Pipelines picked up their second win in a row with a default victory over CJ Contracting (2-4-2) in Borderland Soccer League men's division action on Monday night.
Last Wednesday night (July 24), however, Centra earned a 2-0 shutout win over Manitou Forest Products.
The Rainy River District Fastball League post-season began in earnest last night with two games in the West Division and one in the East.
In the West, Rainy River played host to the Stratton Eagles while the Lakers welcomed the last-place Goldeneyes in an all-Sabaskong battle.
Out of all the all-stars on the field, it was perhaps Mariah Leahy who shone the brightest.
Scott Fawcett had a highly successful coaching career that spanned nearly 30 years and included 10 championships at various levels of the game of football.
But the Fort Frances native is quick to point out that football is a team sport and all of his accolades came from a collective effort from each of the teams, and players, he helped coach.
If you have ever attended one of my cooking classes or cooking shows, you know that I am a big advocate for using fat in cooking.
You will always hear me chanting “Fat is Flavour; Fat is Moisture; Fat is your Friend.”
Their faith in each other never wavered and it was ultimately what led them to success.
The Fort Frances-based quartet of Clint Barton (skip), Scott Gobeil (third), Don Robertson (second), and Steve Maki (lead) didn't let the pressure of playing at home get to them as they cruised to the title at the 1996 Police Curling Championships.