Kade Oster got ready to bump the ball back towards the Sioux Lookout Warriors' side of the court during the second set of the Muskie junior boys' volleyball team's 2-1 loss in their NorWOSSA home-opener last Tuesday afternoon at Fort High.
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Stone Stelzl attempted to gather and shoot the puck on Dryden GM Ice Dogs' goalie Jacob Anthony during the first period of the Fort Frances Lakers' 4-3 loss on Friday night at the Ice For Kids Arena. The Lakers then lost by that same score on Saturday night in Dryden to see their record fall to 2-2 on the young SIJHL season.
Muskie running back Sean Huziak tried to stiff-arm his Churchill Bulldogs' opponent as he made another big gain during the first quarter of Fort High's 66-19 romp in their Winnipeg High School Football League home-opener on Friday here. Huziak rambled for 261 yards on 12 carries while punching in three touchdowns to help the Muskies improve to 2-1 in the six-team Currie Division ('A').
Joanna Empey (35) and Simone Payne tried their best to keep their Sioux Lookout Warriors' opponent from advancing the ball up the court during the second half of the Muskie senior girls' basketball team's 49-1 rout in their NorWOSSA home-opener last Tuesday afternoon at Fort High. Alina Eldridge led all scorers with 11 points in the lopsided win.
Rick Thompson and Tracy Wahl stood up on the stage alongside RRWT emcee Vaughn Murray after their Day 2 haul of 12.77 pounds temporarily vaulted them into the lead and got them into the “hot seats” prior to the top five boat parade on Saturday afternoon. The duo settled for a third-place finish this year with a two-day total of 25.89 pounds.
Pat Gibbins, left, and Oliver Gibbins tossed out some goodies to the spectators on hand for the top five boat parade on Saturday afternoon under the big tent at Hannam Park. The duo finished in sixth spot at this year's RRWT with a two-day total of 22.88 pounds.
Ben Hoefler of the Fort Frances Lakers got tripped up by a diving Thief River Falls Norskies' defender while teammate Nick Hahkala looked on during their squad's 8-2 romp in the SIJHL season-opener for both teams on Friday night at the Ice For Kids Arena.
Head director Richard Trenchard presented the trophy to Mark Nault and Christian Armstrong after the duo had claimed the title at the 21st-annual Rainy River Walleye Tournament on Saturday afternoon. The duo topped the 89-team field this year with a two-day total of 27.51 pounds.
You couldn't have scripted a better second half for the Muskie football team in their “home game” last Thursday in Winnipeg.
After overcoming some early shakiness and sloppy plays, the Muskies stretched a slim 19-18 halftime lead into a convincing 50-25 win over the Neelin Spartans in Winnipeg High School Football League action.
While the weather may have been nasty on Friday, Christian Armstrong and Mark Nault were crafting their own perfect storm out on the waters of Rainy River over the weekend.