The Muskie boys' hockey team sure knows how to reward their parents.
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Kayli Machura (21) and Jaida Norris stumbled their way in an attempt to finish with an identical time in the 3K skate race Sunday at the Rainy Lake Nordic Ski Club's first-annual Rainy Lake Loppet on the Rocky Inlet trails. The pair was successful in accomplishing their goal, both clocking in at time of 27:31.
Meghan Spooner looked to stop her momentum as she finished up her run during the 1K classic race Sunday at the Rainy Lake Nordic Ski Club's first-annual Rainy Lake Loppet on the Rocky Inlet trails. Spooner finished in third with a time of 32:26.
Look out Sudbury, the Muskies are coming!
Six members of the Muskie Nordic ski team qualified for OFSAA on Monday at the NWOSSAA finals in Kenora.
Of those, four qualified in the junior girls' division, with Tori Toriseva finishing first with a time of 16 minutes even.
You could say the Muskie boys' basketball teams are shining brightly of late.
The senior hoopsters are heading into the final week of the NorWOSSA regular season fresh off a third-place finish at the Kenora Invitational Tournament held Friday and Saturday.
When it comes to the annual “Border Battle” exhibition series between the Muskie girls' hockey team and their International Falls Broncos' counterparts, you're generally in for good games.
That was the case again Saturday as the black-and-gold rallied from a two-goal deficit in the third period to forge a 5-5 tie at Bronco Arena in the Falls.
Steve Johnson (11), Aidan DeGagne (14), and Ilka Milne (10) all looked to get off to good starts during their races at the Rainy Lake Nordic Ski Club's first-annual Rainy Lake Loppet that was held Sunday on the Rocky Inlet trails. Johnson claimed top spot in men's 50-and-over 7.5K skate division (39:04) while DeGagne finished last in the men's 50-and-under division (56:25).
Junior Muskie Brady Bodnarchuk looked to find a friendly option to pass to during the squad's 45-42 win over the Kenora Broncos last Thursday afternoon at Fort High. Bodnarchuk scored 12 points to help the Muskies improve their NorWOSSA record to 5-1.
It was a devilishly good performance to cap the weekend.
Harmony Yerxa scored all three goals as the Fort Frances Ice Devils skated to a 3-1 win over the Fort Frances Heat in Sunday's final of the Fort Frances Girls'/Women's Hockey Association's Novice division tournament at the Ice For Kids Arena.
Christine Jean was locked in as she threw her stone down the ice Saturday during the men's and ladies' combined bonspiel at the Fort Frances Curling Club. Jean's rink claimed the 'B' title over Sylvia Smeeth in Sunday's final.