Bron­cos’ wrap win

Kenora Daily Miner and News - - FRONT PAGE - SHERI LAMB

Deja vu all over again for the Beaver Brae Bron­cos and Dry­den Ea­gles se­nior girls bas­ket­ball teams.

For the sec­ond time in the NorWOSSA ‘ AA’ sea­son the Bron­cos and Ea­gles were locked in a tight game of back and forth and once again it was the Bron­cos com­ing out vic­to­ri­ous by a slim 35-34 mar­gin on Thurs­day, Oct. 5. Lau­ren Gray had seven points for the Bron­cos, while Skyra Arch has six points. Starr Schott also has six points for the Bron­cos prior to foul­ing out of the game.

The Bron­cos se­nior girls are now 4-0 this sea­son.

In se­nior boys vol­ley­ball, the Bron­cos im­proved their Nor- WOSSA record to 3-1 with a four-set vic­tory over the Ea­gles in front of their home fans, 3-1 (25-23, 25-23, 19-25, 25-17).

Un­for­tu­nately for the Bron­cos, the ju­nior teams couldn’t feed off the mo­men­tum cre­ated by the se­niors and the Ea­gles boarded the bus for the drive east with a split.

In ju­nior boys vol­ley­ball, the Ea­gles beat the Bron- cos 3-1 (25-14, 16-25, 25-13, 25-16). The loss leaves the Bron­cos with a 2-2 record.

The ju­nior girls bas­ket­ball game was close, but the Bron­cos (0-4) are still search­ing for their first NorWOSSA vic­tory. The Ea­gles won 40-35.

Shayna Herorud led the Bron­cos with 12 points, while Maddi Caron and Cait­lyn Leonard both con­trib­uted eight. The Ea­gles top scor­ers in the win were, Ju­lia Jones with 11, and Rachel Hart and Brynn Mont­gomery with 10 each. Golf Jor­dan Sanderson of the St. Thomas Aqui­nis Saints’ golf team earned a third-place fin­ish at the NWOSSA golf cham­pi­onship in Thun­der Bay on Tues­day, Oct. 3 in the women’s divi­sion.


Bray­den Martin tried his hand at quar­ter­back for the Beaver Brae Bron­cos in the fi­nal Win­nipeg Foot­ball High School League - Andy Cur­rie Divi­sion reg­u­lar-sea­son game at Tom Nabb Soc­cer Park on Thurs­day, Oct. 5 as the Bron­cos ran their record to 5-0 with a 30-0 win over the Maples Ma­raud­ers.

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