Greta Fedoruk looked to spike the ball over the outstretched arms of a Dryden Eagles' opponent during the Muskie junior girls' volleyball team's 3-1 win Tuesday afternoon at Fort High. The first-place Muskies had a perfect 6-0 record in NorWOSSA play heading into this afternoon's match against the visiting Kenora Broncos, with the outcome not known as of press time.
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Fort Frances bowler Rob Paterson threw a ball during the zone round of the Hi-Lo Doubles tournament Saturday afternoon at Plaza Lanes here. Paterson and partner Rich Walton combined for a +231 total over the five-game roll-off to snag first place and one of the two berths up for grabs at the provincial championships next month in Thunder Bay.
It was a complete team effort by the Muskie junior girls' volleyball team over the weekend.
The black-and-gold went a perfect 7-0 en route to winning gold at the “Winter Blast” tournament hosted by the Kenora Broncos on Friday and Saturday.
Head coach Bob Kowal lauded each of his players for playing a part in the squad's success.
Home ice suits the Muskie girls' curling rink just fine.
The squad—comprised of Ashley Payne, Andrea Schram, Jillian Cousineau, and Katrina Slomke—went 4-0 en route to finishing atop their division at the NorWOSSA qualifier held Sunday and Monday at the Fort Frances Curling Club.
Sometimes the best thing to do is just move one.
After the weekend they had, that's probably the best course of action for the Muskie boys' hockey team.
The black-and-gold went 1-0-1 in Pool 'B' play before losing both playoff games in the Boston Pizza Division at the annual Piper Classic Tournament of Champions in Winnipeg held Friday through Sunday.
The Muskie senior boys' basketball team's aim is to get better each and every time out on the court.
So far, so good.
The black-and-gold compiled a 3-1 record en route to snaring the bronze medal at the Falcon Invitational tournament over the weekend in Thunder Bay.
You can't take any opponent lightly and the Muskie girls' hockey team made sure not to do that over the weekend.
The Muskies downed the Sioux Lookout Warriors by a combined 26-1 in a pair of road games to improve their NorWOSSA record to 4-5-0-1.
Head coach Chris Sinclair wasn't going to put too much stock into the wins as it came against a shorthanded Warriors' squad.
You can't win them all but the Muskie senior girls' volleyball team tried its best to do so.
The black-and-gold claimed the silver medal at the “Winter Blast” tournament hosted by the Kenora Broncos with a hard-fought, three-set loss in Saturday's final to the St. Thomas Aquinas Saints (Kenora) by scores of 22-25, 25-17, and 11-15.
If you've been itching to get out on the snowmobile trails, this weekend is a great time to do it.
The Borderland Snowmobile Club will be holding its first “poker run” of the season on Saturday from Fort Frances to Emo.
Registration is from 10:30-11:30 a.m. at the Fort Frances groomer shack on Eighth Street.
It was another loss in the end but you can't fault the effort.
The Fort Frances Lakers played their best game after the Christmas break but ultimately came up on the short end of a 4-3 overtime loss to the visiting Dryden GM Ice Dogs on Friday night at the Ice For Kids Arena.