Aaron Scheibler (99), Wyatt Richards (42), and Carson Noga (14) had their eyes set on the loose ball after their Churchill Bulldogs' opponent fumbled during the first half of the Muskie football team's 66-19 rout in their WHSFL home-opener on Friday afternoon here. The Muskie defence forced five fumbles during the game.
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Fort Frances Lakers' defenceman Michael Chapman skated the puck out from a crowd of bodies behind his own net during the third period of his team's 4-3 loss to the Dryden GM Ice Dogs on Friday night at the Ice For Kids Arena. Chapman had a great game in dishing out three assists in a losing cause.
Sean Huziak was Johnny-on-the-spot as he kicked home one of his six extra-points on the day during the Muskie football team's 66-19 thrashing of the Churchill Bulldogs on Friday afternoon here. Huziak went six of nine on extra-point attempts while the versatile athlete also rushed for 261 yards on 12 carries to help the Muskies improve to 2-1 in the six-team Currie Division ('A').
Quarterback Brady Meeks had the moves like Jagger as he jumped to evade the oncoming tackle from his Churchill Bulldogs' opponent during the second half of the Muskie football team's 66-19 romp in their Winnipeg High School Football League home-opener on Friday afternoon here.
The black-and-gold could be seeing a lot more gold this season if its first race of the NorWOSSA season was any indication of what's to come.
The Muskie cross-country running team shone brightly with many great performances at the season-opening SSSAA Time Trials in Thunder Bay last Wednesday.
Much like the other three Muskie court sport teams, the senior boys' volleyball squad had a busy week last week with a pair of NorWOSSA games but they also travelled and played at the annual Kenora Invitational Tournament over the weekend.
The Muskie senior girls' basketball team was late arriving and didn't get enough warm-up time in ahead of their NorWOSSA league game last Thursday in Dryden.
Add in the fact that the game clock wasn't working properly and it all led to one whole headache as the Muskies (2-1) lost their first game of the year 38-36 to the Eagles in overtime.
The Fort Frances Lakers are learning what it takes to win on a nightly basis in the SIJHL.
Sometimes the lessons are tough, as the Lakers found out over the weekend as they dropped a pair of games, by the identical 4-3 score on Friday and Saturday night, to the Dryden GM Ice Dogs as they swept the home-and-home series.
Volleyball at the junior level is constantly a game of learning and adapting and the Muskie boys' squad is learning what it is going to take to be successful this season.
Records are meant to be broken and a few of them fell in the Muskie football team's rout of the Churchill Bulldogs here on Friday afternoon.
Muskie quarterback Brady Meeks was outstanding, setting new single game Currie Division ('A') records in both passing yards and touchdowns thrown in his squad's 66-19 thrashing in their Winnipeg High School Football League home-opener.