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Rookies have started to stand out

Development of rookie players is key at the junior level in high school sports—and it's something that's starting to become more noticeable for the Muskie girls' basketball squad.

A number of younger players stood out to co-coach Gord McCabe in Thursday afternoon's 56-28 rout of the visiting Kenora Broncos, which saw the black-and-gold improve to 3-1 in NorWOSSA play.

Running room

Muskie running back Brett Allan busted his way up the field for a big gain during the fourth quarter of his squad's 17-7 win over the Maples Marauders in WHSFL action Thursday afternoon at Fort High. Allan rambled for 91 yards on 11 carries to help lead the Muskies (4-1) to their fourth-straight win.

Stuffed at line

Maples Marauders' quarterback Harper Brown ran straight into the clutches of several Muskies—and had nowhere to go but down to the ground—during the fourth quarter of the black-and-gold's 17-7 win Thursday afternoon in WHSFL action at Fort High. The Muskies' defence held Maples to just one touchdown in another impressive performance.