Muskie defenders William Richards (28) and Aaron Scheibler teamed up to make sure Nicholas Anderson of the St. John's Tigers wasn't going to get too far during their squad's 21-13 loss in their annual Homecoming game Friday afternoon at Fort High. The Muskies (4-2) have the bye this week to close out the regular-season schedule in the WHSFL's Currie Division ('A').
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The dream of qualifying for the all-Ontarios just wasn't to be for Muskie golfers Mikel Ward and Aiden Wielinga last week.
Ward, in Grade 11, and Wielinga, in Grade 12, finished shy of advancing to OFSAA at the NWOSSAA championships held last Tuesday (Oct. 2) at Kitchen Creek.
The all-Ontarios are slated to begin today and run through tomorrow in Whitby.
It seems you always can count on the members of the Muskie cross-country team to put in a solid performance no matter which course they compete on.
That's a theme that has proven true each time out for the squad so far this NorWOSSA season, and it was no different on Thursday in Dryden.
They say it's not how you fall but how you get back up.
The Muskie junior boys' volleyball team (3-1) showed they weren't going to let a straight-sets loss to the host Dryden Eagles last Tuesday (Oct. 2), which was their first defeat of the NorWOSSA season, get them down and went out by completing their own sweep of the Kenora Broncos this past Thursday at Fort High.
After starting their first four games of the NorWOSSA 'A' regular season on the road, the Rainy River Owls' junior and senior boys' volleyball teams are looking forward to playing in the friendly confines of RRHS once again.
Both squads will play their remaining four games at home—and both coaches are hopeful it will pay dividends.
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.
Fly, Owls, fly.
The Rainy River Owls' junior girls' basketball team is off to a fantastic start this NorWOSSA 'A' season, winning each of their first four games to sit with a perfect 4-0 record.
Even more impressive is the fact all four games were on the road.
The Muskie senior girls' basketball team continues to get the job done in NorWOSSA play but head coach Gord McCabe knows the road ahead will be no easy task.
The Red Lake Miners have proven to be a tough challenge for the Fort Frances Lakers over the last few seasons—and that's not likely to change anytime soon.
The Miners have been one of the hottest teams in the SIJHL of late, winning three-straight to sit in third-place in the six-team league with a 3-1-0-0 record.
To say the Muskie football team has been impressive this season would be a massive understatement.
A 17-7 win over the Maples Marauders here Thursday afternoon gave the Muskies (4-1) their fourth-straight win and the very real possibility of finishing atop the WHSFL's seven-team Currie Division ('A') by season's end.