srkit1Churchill (in burgundy) defends against Superior (in blue) at the Senior KIT yesterday at Beaver Brae.

It was quite a day at Beaver Brae. The Broncos were hosting the senior KIT. They played the Eagles in the morning, but came up just a bit short. Dryden came from behind to edge the Broncos at the buzzer. After the game, Kadin Taylor of the Eagles talked about their win.

"It was pretty fast-paced. A good game on both sides," he said.

He also said he looked forward to coming back for a fourth year as an Eagle.

"I think it's the team work. It's the atmosphere. We always have fun, no matter what," Taylor added.

At the end of the day, it was Churchill from Thunder Bay over Fort Frances for the title.

Consolation Side:

Game #8

Dryden (36)  Beaver Brae (30)

Game #11 (9th Place Game)

Westgate (59)  Red Lake (27)

Game #12 (Consolation Final)

St. Thomas Aquinas (39)  Dryden (38)

Game #13 (7th Place Game)

Westgate (49)  Beaver Brae (30)


Championship Side:

Game #9 (Semi Final)

Churchill (59) Superior (36)

Game #10 (Semi Final)

Fort Frances (55) Portage (53)

Game #14 (3rd Place Game)

Portage (50)  Superior (30)

Game #15 (Championship Final)

Churchill (44) Fort Frances (20)


Final Order of Finish:

1. Churchill Collegiate & Vocational Institute (Thunder Bay, ON)

2. Fort Frances High School

3. Portage Collegiate (Portage la Prairie, MB)

4. Superior Collegiate & Vocational Institute (Thunder Bay, ON)

5. St. Thomas Aquinas High School

6. Dryden High School

7. Westgate Collegiate & Vocational Institute (Thunder Bay, ON)

8. Beaver Brae Secondary School

9. Red Lake District High School


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For more information:

Senior KIT - Results

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