A spectacular game from running backs Taine Middleton and Tanner Mann, still wasn’t enough to secure a recent road win for the Neepawa Area Collegiate Institute (NACI) Tigers. While the pair put up a combined 412 rushing yards and three touchdowns against the Moosomin Generals on Friday, Sept. 15, NACI still lost 64-26. During the game, which was played on Friday, Sept. 15, in Moosomin, Middleton had 21 carries for 256 yards, including a 65 yard touchdown run.
Will Blake of Winkler and Mackenzie Belinski of Neepawa challenge for the puck in the 2nd period of an exhibition game on Friday, Sept. 15 at the Yellowhead Centre. The Neepawa Natives have been counting down the days until the start of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) regular season. The junior ‘A’ team has been quite busy over the past few weeks, with both training camp and a series of exhibition games. The Natives closed out their six game pre-season with a record of 3-3-0.
Photo by Eoin DevereuxThe members of the Brandon University (BU) Bobcats women’s volleyball team played at the NACI gymnasium on Thursday, Sept. 14. The Brandon University (BU) Bobcats women’s volleyball team served up some fun in Neepawa on Thursday, Sept. 14, with an intra squad exhibition. The NACI gymnasium was filled to capacity for the tune-up match, which was part the athletic programs annual rural outreach initiative.
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