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Stick check

Neebing Hawks' defenceman Keaton Cristofaro tried his best to knock the puck away from Noah McPherson of the Fort Frances Canadians during his team's 3-1 win in Sunday's final of the annual PeeWee 'AA' tournament held here. McPherson scored the Canadians' lone goal as they settled for a silver medal.

Standing tall

Junior Muskie Grace Petsnick looked to tip the ball over the net during Fort High's straight-sets victory (26-24, 25-15, and 25-23) versus the visiting Dryden Eagles in NorWOSSA action Monday afternoon. The squad improved their league record to 4-1 with the win.

Wide-open shot

Payton Boyko of the Dryden Eagles looked to capitalize on this clear-cut chance on Muskie goalie Kamryn Sandelovich during Fort High's 1-0 win in NorWOSSA action last Wednesday at “The Duke” (Couchiching Arena). Sandelovich made the save—and also stopped every other shot she faced to earn the shutout.

Pass options

Muskie forward Cole Magill looked to make a play around the outstretched stick of Dryden Eagles' defender Ben Silander during a second-period power play last Wednesday night at “The Duke” (Couchiching Arena).

Muskie skiers fare well at meet

The Muskie Nordic ski team competed in its second meet of the NorWOSSA season last Tuesday in Atikokan that was highlighted by three podium finishes.

Tori Toriseva claimed top spot in junior girls' 3.7-km division, clocking a time of 14:29.

Angie Redford placed third (16:02) while the other Muskies finishers included Alacea Yerxa (seventh) and Joanna Empey (eighth).

Bumping it up

Senior Muskie Pasquel Shortreed bumped a shot from the visiting Dryden Eagles during Fort High's four-set victory (25-17, 23-25, 25-20, and 26-24) yesterday afternoon. The seniors improved their NorWOSSA record to 3-2 with the win.

Three wins for Muskies

It was nearly a clean sweep for the four Muskie court teams yesterday against the visiting Dryden Eagles.

The senior girls' volleyball team took care of business, winning 3-1 to improve their NorWOSSA record to 3-2.

After the black-and-gold took the first set 25-17, Dryden bounced back to nab the second one 25-23.