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Local Sports for Monday, November 28

By Randy Thoms Nov 28, 2022 | 7:18 AM

Some success on the ice for girls’ hockey teams on the weekend.

The Fort Frances girls under 13 team won bronze at a tournament in Kenora.

The Emo Express U11 team also claimed bronze at the same tournament.

The Fort Frances Leafs U11 girls’ team won the consolation final of a tournament in Edina, beating Chaska 3-1 on Sunday.

Olivia Ronmark-Paish, Halle Bruyere and Olivia Mason had the goals.

The team had opened with a 7-2 loss to Roseville on Friday before scoring a 12-1 win over Wayzata on Saturday.

Bruyere and Emma Prior each had hat tricks in Saturday’s contest.

The Leafs U15 team was also competing in Edina.

They lost in their consolation final on Sunday, 6-3 to Osseo/Maple Grove.

Miranda Wilson scored twice, with Julia Guertin adding the other goal.

The U15s fell in their opener, 3-2 to North Wright County on Friday, despite outshooting their opponents.

The Leafs scored a 3-0 shutout the next day over Woodbury.

Harper Gunderson stopped all 26 shots faced for the win.

The Fort Frances Lakers are now on a three-game win streak.

They swept the Red Lake Miners in Red Lake, winning 4-3 in overtime on Friday and 3-2 on Saturday.

Branden Hill scored the OT winner on Saturday, ninety-five seconds into the extra frame.

Dylan Wedward, Ryker Watt, and Darnell Kempf had the other markers.

In Saturday’s game, Cooper Fink’s second goal of the game, with seven minutes remaining in the third period, stood as the game-winner.

Ethan Raduy picked up his first of the season in the game.

The International Falls Broncos hockey team went winless over the weekend.

The girls lost a pair of games to Morris-Benson, 6-4 on Friday and 5-4 on Saturday.

The boys’ team lost their season opener on Saturday, 7-1 to Duluth-Denfeld.

There were mixed results for the Rainy River Voyageurs basketball teams.

The men split games at the Anoka-Ramsay Thanksgiving Classic.

They lost to the host team 84-67 on Saturday.

Malik Siggers led the Voyageurs with 17 points.

On Sunday, the Voyageurs got scoring from fourteen of their fifteen-member roster in a 90-63 win over Western Technical.

Tyrecke Francois, Christian Pujals, Khanye Bland each had eleven points.

The women dropped both their games at the Thanksgiving Classic.

The Voyageurs fell 90-39 to Anoka-Ramsey on Saturday.

Maddy Lowe led the team with eleven points.

The women dropped their game to Western Technical on Sunday, 92-62

Shamiyah Bradford had a team-high 19 points for the Voyageurs.


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