The Beaver Brae Broncos are back home after a few trips throughout Northwesstern Ontario. Their Nordic Ski team attended a competition race yesterday in Atitkokan where Shayna Hensrud (who is of junior division age but raced as a senior) placed first in the senior girls division and Declan How placed first in the junior boys division.

The Broncos were also in Dryden for court sports where they split victories with the Eagles. Beaver Brae took the win in senior girls volleyball and junior boys basketball, but they couldn't see the win in junior girls volleyball and senior boys basketball.

The senior boys and girls hockey teams headed to Fort Frances, where neither teams could hold on as they were taken down by the Muskies.

The Broncos are back on the ice and the court tomorrow when they host Fort Frances. 

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