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.
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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.
It is one day to rule them all.
That was the mindset of the Muskie golf team ahead of the NWOSSAA championships yesterday at Kitchen Creek here (outcomes weren't known as of press time).
No previous season scores count at NWOSSAA, meaning anything can happen if you get hot and shoot well enough.
The Rainy River Owls' senior and junior boys' volleyball teams have gotten off to much different starts early on in the NorWOSSA 'A' regular season.
The senior squad roared out of the gate in winning both of its road matches last week against the Pelican Falls Timberwolves and Sioux Lookout Warriors.
The black-and-gold have been beating their opponents “black-and-blue” on the gridiron over the last few weeks—and it's a trend they hope continues.
The Muskies roared to their third-straight win Friday afternoon with a 41-0 rout of the host Lorette Scorpions, improving their WHSFL record to 3-1 in the process.
The Muskie junior boys' volleyball team is showing game-by-game that it is a force to be reckoned with this season.
The black-and-gold improved to 2-0 in NorWOSSA play with a sweep of the host Kenora Broncos last Tuesday (Sept. 25).
Set scores were 25-13, 25-22, and 25-11.
“Our game went well yesterday," Muskie head coach Terry "Goose” McMahon enthused last Wednesday.
With how successful the Muskie cross-country team has been so far this season, it's no wonder they're ready for a new challenge.