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Local Sports for Monday, February 6

By Randy Thoms Feb 6, 2023 | 6:20 AM

Plenty of action for minor hockey teams on the weekend.

The Times Tigers U13 team won a tournament in Thunder Bay.

The Tigers defeated the Westfort Rangers 4-1 in the final of the Neebing Classic.

The team went undefeated, beating the Neebing Hawks 4-3, the North End Flames 6-4, and the Dryden Thunder Crunch and Manitouwadge by identical 5-0 scores in round-robin play.

The Tigers advanced to the final with a 5-3 win over the Westfort Maroons.

International Falls Squirt teams dominated their home tournament, combining for 137 goals while allowing just nine over eight wins.

The Gold team won games over Mesabi East, Emo, the Rainy Lake Attack and Roseau.

The Purple team won games over Roseau, the Attack, Gillions and Mesabi East.

Warroad defeated Fort Frances to win a U-11 girls’ hockey tournament in Fort Frances.

Emo won the bronze medal team.

Fort Frances U15 girls lost 4-3 in overtime to Alexandria in the fifth-place game of the Fargo Freeze.

The team finished 2-1 in round-robin play, beating Mandan 2-0, losing 10-1 to Moorhead and blanking Elk River 3-0.

Fort Frances Canadians U13 team competed at the Tournament of Champions in Brandon.

They would fall 5-1 to the Kenora Thistles in the C-side consolation final.

Logan Neurinski scored for the Canadians.

The Canadians had earlier fallen 6-0 to the Virden Jr. Oil Capitals and 11-2 to the Saskatoon Mission before suffering a 9-2 decision to the Saskatoon Kodiaks in a C-side semi-final game.

Team NHO failed to medal at the Ontario Winter Games held in Renfrew.

The team, comprised of players from northwestern Ontario, lost twice and tied one other game.

They opened with a 1-1 draw with a team from Ottawa.

They then fell 5-2 to the Sun Country Panthers from Essex County and 3-0 to the Niagara North Stars.

The Fort Frances Muskies dropped all three exhibition games played in Minnesota on the weekend.

The Muskies lost 15-1 on Friday to the Gentry Academy Stars from Vadnais Heights.

Kiera Fairington had the Muskies’ only goal.

They fell 11-0 in the rematch on Saturday before dropping a 3-0 decision to Blaine that night.

In International Falls, the Broncos boys’ hockey team lost to Kittson County Central on Saturday 8-3.

The girls’ team lost 8-2 to Northern Lake on Friday.

In girls’ basketball, the varsity girls’ team lost 86-34 to Rock Ridge on Friday.

The juniors edged their opponents 27-25.

The Broncos boys’ swim and dive team finished second overall at the Giant’s Country Invitational on Friday.

Michael Sobkowicz in diving and Joshua Wherley in the 100-yard backstroke had second-place finishes.

Brendan Scholler in the 200-yard IM and the 200-yard medley and 200-yard free relay teams had third-place finishes.

Fort Frances Lakers dropped a pair of games to the Kam River Fighting Walleye, losing 4-0 on Friday and 7-1 on Saturday.


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