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Local Sports for Monday, November 21

By Randy Thoms Nov 21, 2022 | 7:18 AM

The Fort Frances Muskies boys’ hockey team lost 4-3 to Steinbach in the final of the Steinbach Sabres Invitational.

Jackson Tucker had a pair of goals, with Klyde LaPlante scoring the other.

It was a 5-3 win over Pembina in their final round-robin game that sent the Muskies to the final.

The Muskies had shutout NorWOSSA rivals, the St. Thomas Aquinas Saints, 10-0 and lost 4-1 to the Sabres in two previous games.

The Fort Frances Muskies girls’ hockey team lost a pair of games in Minnesota over the weekend.

They first lost 7-2 to East Grand Forks on Friday.

Kiera Fairnington and Teagen Mosbeck scored the goals.

Blaire Cross had a pair of assists.

The Muskies then fell 4-0 to Crookston on Saturday.

The International Falls Broncos girls’ hockey team fell 11-0 to Thief River Falls on Saturday.

Broncos netminder Mara Pelland faces 80 shots in the game.


The Fort Frances Lakers dropped a pair of home games to the Red Lake Miners.

The Lakers lost 5-1 on Friday and 5-2 on Saturday.

Clark Scadden scored his 7th of the season in Friday’s contest.

Jack Wood, with his second of the year, and Brady Krentz, with his first, scored in Saturday’s game.


Fort Frances Canadians U11 team captured a tournament in Kenora, rallying in the final game for a 6-5 win over a Winnipeg team.

Cruz Egan scored the game-winner with just over three minutes remaining in the third period.

The Canadians went undefeated in the tournament.


Fort Frances Canadians U13 team went 1-3 at the Winnipeg Jets U13 AA Showdown.

They lost games to the Winnipeg Railcats White on Thursday, 8-3, to Morden, 6-3 and the APHA Rangers, 6-4 on Friday.

The Canadians’ lone victory came Saturday with a 6-3 decision over Thunder Bay’s Current River Comments.

The Rainy River Voyageurs men’s basketball team opened their season with a pair of victories.

They edged out Itasca on Friday 71-69, with Christian Pujals leading Rainy River with 19 points.

The Voyageurs followed that up with a 76-63 win on Saturday over Gogebic.

Pujals was against the team’s top scorer with 17.

The women split their games at the DQ Classic in Ely, opening with a 60-59 win over Bay College on Friday.

Shamilyah Bradford came off the bench to lead the Voyageurs with 17.

On Saturdsay, the Voyageurs lost 56-28 to Gogebic.

Zhiyah Lesure was the team’s top scorer with seven.


Members of the Sunset Country Squash Club were in tournament action in Thunder Bay at the Northwest Squash Open.

Shawn Brady won the Men’s B championship, with Mike Canfield finishing third.

Bob Tkachuk was Men’s C winner.

Carter Payne was third in the Men’s D-side.

The club’s juniors dominated their division.

Hunter Jean was the A-side winner, with Evan Wright finishing the runner-up and Julie Guertin placing third.

Grayson Wright was the B-side champ over Jorja Guertin and Everlee Canfield in third.

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