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Local Sports Report for January, Friday 27

By Randy Thoms Jan 27, 2023 | 8:22 AM

Stratton’s Jackie McCormick is sitting 2-1 at the Northern Ontario women’s curling championship in Kenora.

Her rink, yesterday, beat Sudbury’s Krysta Burns 9-8 in an extra end but conceded a 12-2 game to Thunder Bay’s Krista McCarville in the late draw.

McCarville leads with field with a record of 4-0.

Hailey Beaudry and her Fort Frances foursome lost their third straight game, 8-3, to Sudbury’s Bella Croisier in their only contest on Thursday.

On the men’s side, Stratton’s Trevor Bonot advanced his Thunder Bay rink in the triple knockout format with a 7-5 win over

Tanner Horgan, setting up a match today with seven-time defending men’s champ Brad Jacobs.

The Dallas Burgess rink, with Owen Riches of Fort Frances playing lead, is on the brink of elimination after an 11-6 loss to Kory Carr of Thunder Bay.


The International Falls Broncos boys hockey team doubled up the North Shore Storm in Silver Bay 4-2.

Nate Dremmel, Braden Skifstad, Royce Allan and Noah Shikowsky scored for the Broncos.

The girls’ team fell 7-0 to Rock Ridge.

On the courts, the Broncos girls’ varsity basketball team lost to Mesabi East 64-51.

Lola Valenzuela scored 22 points for the Broncos.

The juniors won 40-31.

The boys’ team lost to Greenway 71-48.

Landon Budris lead all Broncos scorers with 19 points.


The Fort Frances Canadians U11 Canadians Cup tournament opens this morning at the Memorial Sports Centre.

The host Canadians open play this morning at 10:15 a.m. with a game against the Dryden Paperkings.

Teams from Thunder Bay, Kenora and Winnipeg are also taking place.

The medal games will be played on Sunday.


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