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Nice catch

William Richards (28) was just a few seconds too late in stopping Churchill Bulldogs' receiver Eli Kramer from making a stellar catch during the fourth quarter of the Muskie football team's 65-49 win in the Currie Division's ('A') Canad Inns Bowl championship game on Saturday afternoon at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg.

WHSFL champs

Muskie football team captains Colten Allen, left, Sean Huziak, Carson Noga, Ayden Gushulak-Kelly, Brady Meeks, Aaron Scheibler, and Wyatt Richards posed with WHSFL commissioner Jeffrey Bannon after claiming the Canad Inns Bowl trophy and championship banner as Currie Division ('A') champions on Saturday afternoon at Investors Group Field.

End zone dance

Muskie receiver Carson Noga did a happy dance in the end zone after scoring a second-quarter touchdown during Fort High's 65-49 win over the Churchill Bulldogs in the Canad Inns Bowl on Saturday afternoon at Investors Group Field. Noga punched in three majors to help the Muskies record the most points ever scored in WHSFL championship game.

At the mic

Colten Allen gave a little speech after taking home the Reece Scofield Memorial Award for outstanding defensive player during the Muskie football team's annual awards banquet on Monday night at the Copper River Inn.

Player award

Quarterback Brady Meeks was all smiles as he took home the Marc DeGagne Memorial Award for outstanding contribution at the Muskie football team's annual awards banquet on Monday night at the Copper River Inn. Meeks capped off an outstanding high school career by leading the Muskies to their first-ever WHSFL title on Saturday in Winnipeg.

Football awards

Wyatt Richards and Aaron Scheibler, centre, posed with coaches Lou Gauthier, left, and Josh Burley after they were named the co-recipients of the lineman-of-the-year award during the Muskie football team's annual awards banquet on Monday night at the Copper River Inn.

Ready to throw

Muskie quarterback Brady Meeks was locked and loaded to unleash a pass attempt during Fort High's 65-49 win over the Churchill Bulldogs in the Canad Inns Bowl on Saturday afternoon at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg. Meeks threw for a touchdown and ran another one in as he led the black-and-gold to its first-ever WHSFL title in the Currie Division ('A').

Running play

Kael Archie put up a well-executed block on Carson Bien-Arklie of the Churchill Bulldogs to allow Muskie running back Sean Huziak some room to run during Fort High's 65-49 win in the Canad Inns Bowl on Saturday afternoon. Huziak rambled for four touchdowns as part of a historic offensive showing for the Muskies in the Currie Division ('A') championship game.

Lakers make moves

With the team recently caught in a tailspin, the Fort Frances Lakers' management has begun to make some moves to improve the team.

In the first of three transactions, Lakers' head coach and general manager Wayne Strachan announced on Thursday that the team had acquired the playing rights of forward Kyle Uzelman from the Red Lake Miners for a player development fee.