After a short hiatus, Special Olympics is back to full regular league play.
On the men's side, Cory Landsiedel topped the leaderboards with an impressive 285. Scott Malmo bowled his way to a 250, while Sean Belair scored 192. MVP for the night went to Robert King with 124.
For the women, Jem Moeller earned the top spot with 184, followed by Brittany Morris with 159 and Brennan Spencer Gropp with a 146. MVP of the night was Jody Derouard with 127.
Members of the Kenora Rotary Club made a visit to present Kenora Special Olympics with a cheque for $10,641.60 - the proceeds from this year's Lucky Duck Race.
Kenora Swimming Sharks Émilia Mastromatteo kicked off her university career last weekend with two podium finishes and a solid 5th place finish which included bronze in 50Back and 100 Back and 5th in 50Fly. Mastromatteo is attending McGill University on an athletic scholarship and is swimming with the McGill varsity team as a freshman. Her next competition is October 29 in Montreal.
The Dallas Stars went on to a 4-1 N-H-L victory last night over the Winnipeg Jets, who were without new coach Rick Bowness. A positive COVID test right before the Jets' season opener on Friday has kept the 67-year-old Bowness out of their first two games, including the trip to Dallas to face the team he led to the 2020 Stanley Cup Final.
The Vancouver Canucks, who have lost their first three games of the N-H-L season, continue a five-game road trip with a stop in Columbus tonight. The Canucks, who have blown leads in all 3 losses, are one of 3 Canadian teams in action tonight. The 2-0 Calgary Flames host the 3-0 Vegas Golden Knights in a battle of unbeaten teams, while the 1-1 Edmonton Oilers entertain the Buffalo Sabres.