Junior Muskie Jevonte Philips went high to tip this ball during his team's 3-1 win over the Dryden Eagles in NorWOSSA action here last Tuesday afternoon.
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Last year was the first attempt for Mark Thompson and Jerry Messer at winning the Rainy River Walleye Tournament—and it didn't go so well.
They obviously figured things out in a hurry.
Mark Thompson and Jerry Messer of Sauk Centre, Mn. skyrocketed from 50th place last year to the top of the heap on Saturday, capturing the 19th-annual Rainy River Walleye Tournament title—and the $15,000 first-place cheque—with a two-day total of 24.98 pounds.
Hunter Buzzi (96) had to be careful to avoid colliding with Lakers' teammate Damien Caringi (11) during the first period of the team's 5-4 shootout loss to the Thief River Falls Norskies in the SIJHL regular-season opener Friday night at the Ice For Kids Arena.
Muskie quarterback Brady Meeks wasn't afraid to take the ball into the teeth of the West Kildonan Wolverines' defence during Fort High's 14-13 loss in WHSFL action here Friday afternoon.
The next generation of Muskie football stars may have taken their first strides towards future black-and-gold glory on Thursday at Fort High. A group that took part in the UNFC youth lacrosse program this past spring came out to the gridiron squad's practice in an effort by Fort High to encourage grassroots participation in the game.
Muskie Kendyn Faragher began the round that would end up with him winning the NorWOSSA golf boys' individual bronze medal at Kitchen Creek on Friday as part of Fort High capturing the boys' team title for the second-straight season.
Muskie Cole Kowalski showed some deft touch around the second green—his first hole of the day—during the NorWOSSA golf regular-season finale Friday at Kitchen Creek.
Muskie defensive back Carson Noga (#14) was in perfect position to knock this pass away from intended receiver Russell Listmayer of the West Kildonan Wolverines here Friday afternoon. The Muskies still wound up on the losing end of a 14-13 final score.
Kendyn Faragher's main rival is coached by none other than someone of his own kin.
But while his relative's protégé surpassed Faragher individually, the Muskie golfer can comfort himself with the fact he's the top player on what is now the best boys' team in NorWOSSA for the second-straight season.