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Norway House basketball player named rural high school athlete of the week Feb. 12

Norway House basketball player named rural high school athlete of the week Feb. 12

Tiffany Paul of Helen Betty Osborne Education Ininiw Resource Centre (HBO) in Norway House was announced as the Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association rural high school athlete of the week Feb. 12.
Northstars finish 2020 home schedule with two losses

Northstars finish 2020 home schedule with two losses

The Norman Northstars lost their last two home games of the season to the Winnipeg Thrashers Feb. 15-16 at the C.A. Nesbitt Arena.
King Miners fall to Wolfpack in 50th Munn Cup final

King Miners fall to Wolfpack in 50th Munn Cup final

Two of Thompson's teams fell one win shy of capturing their respective divisions' hardware at the 50th Munn Cup atom hockey tournament Feb. 14-16.
Trojan senior girls’ basketball team loses for first time this season in nail-biter against Lorette

Trojan senior girls’ basketball team loses for first time this season in nail-biter against Lorette

R.D. Parker Collegiate’s senior girls’ basketball team suffered their first loss of the season in the final of the South Comes North basketball tournament they hosted in Thompson Feb. 14-15.
Alumni game, last hurrah for current Keeper of the Cup among special touches for 50th Munn Cup

Alumni game, last hurrah for current Keeper of the Cup among special touches for 50th Munn Cup

The participants may be small – mostly nine or 10 years old – but when it comes to organizing the Munn Cup, the name of the game is go big or go home.
Third tournament, third title for Trojans senior girls’ basketball team

Third tournament, third title for Trojans senior girls’ basketball team

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Northstars drop two home games to Pembina Valley

Northstars drop two home games to Pembina Valley

The Norman Northstars continued a six-game homestand at the C.A. Nesbitt Arena Feb. 8-9, dropping two games against the Pembina Valley Hawks.
Flames win three games in three days to stretch lead in KJHL standings

Flames win three games in three days to stretch lead in KJHL standings

The Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation (NCN) Flames are now nine points ahead of the second-place Opaskwayak Cree Nation (OCN) Storm in the Keystone Junior Hockey League standings after three straight victories Feb. 6-8.
RDPC girls beat Hapnot twice to claim curling zone championship

RDPC girls beat Hapnot twice to claim curling zone championship

R.D. Parker Collegiate’s girls’ curling team skipped by Brooke Graham swept their way to provincials with back-to-back victories over the Hapnot Collegiate Institute team at the Zone 11 championships in Thompson Feb. 7-8.
From Boston to Winnipeg to reality TV, hockey has taken Thompson goalie places she never predicted

From Boston to Winnipeg to reality TV, hockey has taken Thompson goalie places she never predicted

When Shayna Moore volunteered to be her team’s goaltender as a first-year novice player in Thompson, she couldn’t have imagined where the decision would lead her. “No one wanted to be goalie,” Moore, 18, a Pimicikamak Cree Nation member, recalls.