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Curling practice

Muskie girls' curler Ashley Payne had the utmost concentration as she prepared to release a shot during practice Friday afternoon at the Fort Frances Curling Club. Members of both the girls' and boys' rinks were hard at work as they prepare to host the OFSAA championships being held tomorrow through Saturday.

Heading off

Members of the Muskie girls' hockey team posed for a photo beside the bus parked at the Memorial Sports Centre this morning as they prepared to make the trip to Timmins for the OFSAA girls' 'A/AA' hockey championships that run this Wednesday through Friday. The black-and-gold are seeded third for the 16-team tournament.

Curling van

The OFSAA boys' and girls' curling championships, slated to run here March 20-24, already is getting some buzz within the community, as witnessed by this van prominently displaying Muskie curling decals on it just out front of West End Motors on King's Highway.

OFSAA practice

Muskie girls' hockey team captain Annalise (CC) Hayes looked to dangle the puck around the outstretched stick of teammate Emily Kaun during a scrimmage at practice Friday afternoon at the '52 Canadians Arena.

High save

Fort Frances Lakers' affiliate goalie Matt Booth made a difficult save on a shot that was tipped up high on him during the second period of his squad's 4-2 loss to the English River Miners on Sunday afternoon at the Ice For Kids Arena.

Muskie girls seeded third for OFSAA

After cruising past their NorWOSSA counterparts, the Muskie girls' hockey team is ready for a new challenge.

That comes next Wednesday (March 21) when the third-seeded black-and-gold open play at the 16-team OFSAA 'A/AA' championships in Timmins.

Muskie defender Hanna Ledrew is excited about the opportunity for her squad to add a provincial title to their NorWOSSA crown.