Wolves in position to finish second


The Sight & Sound Wolves now just need a little bit of help to complete the unthinkable.
Just a few short weeks ago, the Wolves were mired in the middle of the Rainy River District Fastball League pack.
But after reeling off nine-straight wins, the Fort Frances-based squad finds itself with a 13-5 regular-season record, leaving it one win up on the Big Grassy Lightning (12-5) in the battle for second place going into the playoffs next week.
The Lightning still have one game to make up.
The Wolves had a fairly simple time with the Northwest Bay Chieftains at VanJura Park last night in their regular-season finale, romping to a 12-5 win.
Bob Andy earned the win while Wayne Smith was tagged with the loss.
Elsewhere, Rainy River (10-8) eked out a 13-11 win over Big Island despite Sean Comegan belting two homers and Albert George adding one for the Huskies (3-15).
Matt Johnson picked up the win while Will Handorgan suffered the loss.