Tuesday, September 30, 2014
  • Backhander
    Backhander

    Forward Alex Rezansoff used a power move on Thunder Bay North Stars’ defenceman Brett Wolframe to get this shot off against goalie Nathaniel Dupuis during the first period of the Lakers’ 6-5 win here Friday night.

    Backhander
  • Crowning moment
    Crowning moment

    Outgoing mini-queen Isabelle Meeks crowned this year’s winner, Payton Bragg, of Stratton on Saturday in the Shaw Room at the Fort Frances Public Library Technology Centre. Alex McKelvie of Fort Frances was named the new mini-king.

    Crowning moment
  • ‘I am awesome!’
    ‘I am awesome!’

    Morgan Beckett, left, and Kaylyn Levesque worked on some self-esteem exercises at Sunny Cove on Saturday during the second-annual “I Am Awesome!

    ‘I am awesome!’
  • Raking leaves
    Raking leaves

    Owen Ward, eight, was busy raking leaves after school yesterday. But while it’s now officially fall, the forecast is calling for a few more days of summer-like temperatures before the autumn weather returns.

    Raking leaves
  • Love that spaghetti
    Love that spaghetti

    Six-year-old Samaria Smith enjoyed a plate full of spaghetti last night at a dinner held in conjunction with Robert Moore School’s annual open house to raise money for the breakfast program there.

    Love that spaghetti

Latest news

Spicer keys Lakers’ rally

Colton Spicer politely declined any post-game handshakes for fear of spreading what looked like a rather serious cold.
Despite his best intentions, he still sent the Thunder Bay North Stars home feeling sick.
Spicer completed his hat trick with just 41.8 seconds left in regulation time to lift the Fort Frances Lakers to a wild 6-5 win over the Stars in SIJHL action here Saturday night.

Muskies fall to Maroons

After the lofty heights of the previous week, it was a painful plummet for the Muskie football squad on Friday.
Fort High (1-3) couldn’t build off its home-opening victory in its previous outing—losing 38-3 to the host Daniel McIntyre Maroons (2-2) in a key Andy Currie Division showdown.
“I’m trying to forget that game,” admitted Muskie head coach Mike Cuzzolino.

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