Local Sports Wrap For Monday, September 11

Posted on Wednesday, September 13, 2017 07:06 AM

Fort Frances Muskies running back Sekina Scheibler has been named offensive player of the week in the Winnipeg High School Football League's Currie division.

Scheibler ran for 309 yards and 6 touchdowns in the Muskies 41-18 win over Maples Friday.

He also 7 tackles.

Graham Anderson led way on defense with 11 tackles and an interception.


International Falls Broncos football team lost to Aitkin Friday, 15-6.

Armando Barrios had the lone score on a 3 yard touchdown run.


The Muskies boys golf team finished first in the NORWOSSA opener in Sioux Lookout Friday.

Cole Kowalski led the team with a round of 86.


International Falls Bronco girls volleyball team suffered its first of the season during tournament play in Coleraine.

They swept past Cherry and Ely before losing in straight sets to both Greenway and North Woods.


Rainy River Voyageurs women's volleyball team went 1-2 at the Anoka-Ramsey tournament.

They defeated the host team in three sets, after a four-set loss to Dakota County and a 3-set defeat at the hands of Bethel JV.


Fort Frances native Steve Aprin failed to podium in two Global Rallycross events in Seattle.

He was fourth in Saturday's race, but was a lap down in 7th yesterday.


The Borderland Racing Association wrapped up its season Saturday with a non-points race.

Brody Strachan in the modified division, John Hettinga in the mid-west mods and Dryden's Kevin Desserre in Street Stocks were the night's feature winners.

At AMSOIL Speedway in Superior, Wisconsin on Friday, Jamie Davis of Fort Frances won the midwest-modified feature.

Wyatt Boyum of International Falls was third.

Brady Caul of Fort Frances was 21st in the modified feature.

Tory Norman of Fort Frances and his fishing partner Andy Carlson of Emo captured the Sioux Narrows Bassin' For Buck tournament, weighing in over 47 pounds of bass over three days of fishing.

That was about 3 quarters of a pound better than second place finishers Matt Rydberg and Brian McNanney.


A win for the International Boundary Waters Dragon Boat Club in Winnipeg.

The team finished first in the mixed competive division, and turned in the fastest time for the overall championship at the Manitoba Dragon Boat Festival held at the Forks.