After a tough 71-70 loss to the host Kenora Broncos in their NorWOSSA regular season-opener back on Dec. 4, the Muskie senior boys' basketball team has been stellar in rattling off six-straight win to clinch top spot in the three-team standings.
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The Muskie junior boys' basketball team has faced a steady learning curve all season and will continue to face opportunities to get better.
The Rainy River Owls' junior girls' volleyball team was hoping to finish off the regular season strong.
The Owls won two of their three matches last week to finish the NorWOSSA 'A' season with a 6-2 record and earn a playoff berth—the lone RRHS squad to do so.
A two-week exam break may be just what the doctor ordered for the Muskie girls' hockey team.
It's been a rough go of late for the black-and-gold, who lost 6-2 to the host Dryden Eagles on Thursday night and then were dumped 7-1 by the host International Falls Broncos on Monday night in the finale of their annual two-game “Border Battle” exhibition series.
Being on the same page with your teammates is critical for any team's success—and it's something the Muskie senior girls' volleyball squad prides itself on.
The Muskies used excellent teamwork to snag a pair of victories over the visiting Dryden Eagles and Kenora Broncos last week that improved their NorWOSSA record to a perfect 7-0 and clinched first place.
The end of the regular season quickly is approaching and the Muskie junior girls' volleyball team has made it clear they are the squad to beat in NorWOSSA.
Fort High earned a pair of four-set home wins over the Dryden Eagles and Kenora Broncos last week that improved their league record to 7-0 and clinched top spot in the three-team standings.
Mikel Ward looked to deflect a shot into the Red Lake Rams' net during the third period of the Muskie boys' hockey team's 9-2 drubbing Sunday afternoon at “The Duke” (Couchiching Arena). Ward did score on a breakaway in the second period to help the Muskies improve their NorWOSSA record to 9-2.
The Muskie boys' hockey team has played plenty of games since returning from the Christmas break—and overcome many of the challenges thrown its way.
The Fort Frances Lakers haven't made it tough enough on their opponents in many of their games this season—and that's something that will have to change with the SIJHL playoffs just a few months away.
Team Beaudry was all business last week.
The rink—comprised of Kim Beaudry (skip), Barb Roy (third), Wendy Brunetta (second), and Kris Sinclair (lead)—went a perfect 5-0 en route to claiming the title at the senior men's and women's provincials held last Wednesday through Sunday in Thunder Bay.