As the school year was just around the corner, local athletes were busy preparing for the year ahead.

The Dryden Eagles were moved up to the AAA division, after a perfect 10-0 season in 2016 and a Canad Inns Bowl championship. Coaches and players were finishing up the off-season with practices and drills.

The Dryden GM Ice Dogs were also in the midst of their training camp at the Dryden Memorial Arena, with dedicated fans coming out to support the team.

Dryden’s Sarah Carter was also busy with training for the Summer Brawl event in Kenora. Carter fought for Canada at the world Muay Thai championships in Mexico earlier in the spring. She taught in Winnipeg, while training with the Nak Muay Gym.

For more information:
Summer Brawl turns into a celebration
Carter pursues Muay Thai, boxing
Ice Dogs’ training camp underway
Eagles ready for football season

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