Maples Marauders' quarterback Harper Brown ran straight into the clutches of several Muskies—and had nowhere to go but down to the ground—during the fourth quarter of the black-and-gold's 17-7 win Thursday afternoon in WHSFL action at Fort High. The Muskies' defence held Maples to just one touchdown in another impressive performance.
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Jamie Spencer (#10), Carmen Hebert, and Grace Petsnick teamed up to provide suffocating defence during the Muskie senior girls' basketball team's 63-29 rout over the visiting Kenora Broncos in NorWOSSA action Thursday afternoon. The squad next is in action this Friday and Saturday when they host their annual home tournament.
Muskie golfer Mikel Ward looked to chip a shot out of the bunker and onto the green of his third hole during the NWOSSAA championships held last Tuesday at Kitchen Creek here. Ward finished in 20th place in the individual boys' competition by carding a 93. See story inside.
Aiden Wielinga cashed in a par putt on his first hole of the day last Tuesday morning at the NWOSSAA championships held at Kitchen Creek. The Muskie golfer wound up in 36th spot in the individual boys' competition after carding a 107.
Kayli Machura looked to make a pass to teammate Kaylyn Levesque during the second half of the Muskie junior girls' basketball team's 56-28 win over the Kenora Broncos in NorWOSSA action Thursday afternoon at Fort High. The squad next will be in action this Friday and Saturday when they host their annual home tournament.
Isaac Baron of the Fort Frances Lakers looked to use his 6'4", 205-pound frame to impede the vision of Thief River Falls Norskies' goalie Bailey Schmitz during the third period of his squad's 4-2 loss Friday night at the Ice For Kids Arena.
Joe Hardy looked to unleash a ferocious spike over his opponent's hands during the Muskie junior boys' volleyball team's straight-sets win (25-7, 25-22, and 25-16) over the visiting Kenora Broncos in NorWOSSA action Thursday afternoon. The black-and-gold next will be in league action Oct. 16 when they host the Dryden Eagles.
The Fort Frances Lakers have started the season strong in winning three of their first four games, but playing a more physical brand of hockey is something head coach and general manager Wayne Strachan is hoping his squad will adapt to.
Fort Frances (3-1-0-0) won its home-opener 6-5 over the Minnesota Iron Rangers (0-3-0-0) on Friday night on the back of Noah Loveday's late goal.
It was monkey see, monkey do last week for both the Rainy River Owls' senior and junior girls' basketball teams.
Both squads defeated the host Pelican Falls Timberwolves and Sioux Lookout Warriors to start the NorWOSSA 'A' regular season with identical 2-0 records.
The senior hoopsters opened play with an impressive 36-18 win over the Timberwolves last Wednesday.
Losing is tough and no team ever wants to go through the range of emotions after suffering a defeat.
It's even tougher when you're a basketball team and lose on a buzzer-beater after fighting back from a late seven-point deficit.