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Left, Noah McPherson barged his way around a Dryden Eagles' defender and proceeded towards the hoop during the second half of the Muskie junior boys' basketball team's 47-45 win the NorWOSSA final yesterday afternoon at Fort High. Following the game, the Muskies hoisted the hard-earned trophy.

Lakers

Mathieu Harrold (10) of the Fort Frances Lakers battled for a loose puck that was up for grabs in front of the Dryden GM Ice Dogs' net during the third period of the Lakers' 3-2 shootout loss in SIJHL action yesterday afternoon at the Ice For Kids Arena. The Lakers rallied late to earn a point in the narrow setback.

Muskie boys' tea

The penny table was a popular attraction for people to peruse during the Muskie boys' hockey team's annual tea & bake sale on Saturday afternoon, held at the Knox United Church in Fort Frances. Hundreds gathered for the popular event. Admission cost $5 and included coffee/tea, sandwiches and dainties. All proceeds went to supporting the Muskie hockey program.

Lakers battling consistency issues

The only thing consistent for the Fort Frances Lakers this SIJHL season is inconsistent play.

That was the theme once again over the weekend as the squad had a great effort in taking down the visiting Red Lake Miners 5-2 on Friday night but came out flat and couldn't muster much in a lethargic 3-0 loss to the expansion Wisconsin Lumberjacks on Family Day afternoon here.

Defending well

Fort Frances Lakers' defenceman Matthew Dyck did his best to keep Wisconsin Lumberjacks' forward Lukas Lundgren under wraps defensively during the Lakers' 3-0 loss on Monday afternoon in an SIJHL Family Day matinee game at the Ice For Kids Arena.

Lakers battling consistency issues

The only thing consistent for the Fort Frances Lakers this SIJHL season is inconsistent play.

That was the theme once again over the weekend as the squad had a great effort in taking down the visiting Red Lake Miners 5-2 on Friday night but came out flat and couldn’t muster much in a lethargic 3-0 loss to the expansion Wisconsin Lumberjacks on Family Day afternoon here.

Owls' volleyball squads excited for the playoffs after triple wins

They were a dominant force all season and the Rainy River Owls' junior girls' volleyball team finished the NorWOSSA 'A' regular season off strong as they won all three of their final league games last week at RRHS.

Those wins gave the Owls a perfect 10-0 record and a first-place bye to the NorWOSSA final, which is slated for tomorrow in Atikokan.