The Muskie senior girls' basketball team may have lost three of four games to the top-ranked Dryden Eagles during the regular season but it wrote a new script in the NorWOSSA final here last Tuesday night.
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They knew the target was squarely on their backs and that a talented Kenora Broncos' team would be hungry to try to snatch the crown from them at the “Fish Tank.”
But the top-ranked Muskie junior girls' basketball team displayed the skills that had made them the top dogs of the regular season in a scrappy 39-25 win over Kenora in the NorWOSSA final last Tuesday.
Team Jackson is ready to show what it can do on a national stage.
A new season brings new hope for the Muskie boys' hockey team.
The black-and-gold were denied an 11th-straight trip to OFSAA last season when they lost 4-3 in double-overtime to the Sioux Lookout Warriors in the third-and-deciding game of the NorWOSSA final here back in March.
They almost played the role of underdogs to perfection but came up just short in the end.
The third-seeded Rainy River Owls' senior boys' volleyball team battled hard but just couldn't muster up enough to take down the second-ranked Atikokan Voyageurs in a heart-breaking five-set loss in the NorWOSSA 'A' semi-final last Wednesday in Kenora.
A return trip to the worlds just wasn't in the cards for Team Bonot at the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship last week in Winnipeg.
Alina Eldridge looked to stand her ground defensively while Brynn Montgomery of the Dryden Eagles tried to blow past her and cut to the hoop during the first half of the Muskie senior girls' basketball team's 46-35 win in the NorWOSSA final last Tuesday night at Fort High.
Aiden Knapaysweet of the West End Bruins looked to clear the puck out of his own end while Ryan Brown (#15) of the Emo Express Green had his sights set on him during Emo's 4-1 win Sunday in the gold-medal game of the Fort Frances Minor Hockey Association's annual PeeWee 'A' tournament at the Ice For Kids Arena. The Express Green compiled a 3-0-1 record en route to claiming the title.
Kobi Ward and Caleb Allan were prepared to do whatever it took to keep the ball from creeping over the net during the Muskie senior boys' volleyball team's 3-2 loss to the top-ranked Kenora Broncos in the NorWOSSA final last Tuesday at Fort High.
Joe Hardy (#6) and Jaxon Gartzke (#17) looked to combine to form a stellar wall on a block during the Muskie junior boys' volleyball team's 3-1 win over the Dryden Eagles in the NorWOSSA final last Tuesday afternoon at Fort High. That good defence was key after the Muskies had dropped the first set but then rallied back to snatch gold away from the Eagles.