Muskie receiver Riley Argue looked to have a clean catch on this play but actually grabbed the ball on the bounce for an incompletion in the fourth quarter of Fort High's 36-0 loss to the Kenora Broncos in WHSFL action here Friday afternoon.
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Lakers' forward Jeff Venzon, right, had this chance at a tip-in just escape his reach during first-period action here Friday night.
Every coach wants his or her players to get better each time out.
The Muskie golf team did exactly that last Tuesday yet still didn't reap what should have been its just rewards.
The Kenora Broncos' ground game left the Muskie football team grounded.
Kenora broke open a close game with three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to pull away with a 36-0 shutout in the Muskies' home-opener Friday afternoon.
This season's edition of the Muskie girls' hockey team will be saturated with experience as they go for their fifth-straight NorWOSSA championship.
All nine forwards are returnees, as are four of the five blueliners at this point and both goalies.
In what was his first game as a high school coach, and the first at that level for many of his players, Zac Tolen was taking a wait-and-see attitude beforehand.
Make way for the “Muskie Express.”
The black-and-gold rolled through its opponents like a freight train at full steam during a pre-season junior girls' basketball tournament hosted by the Dryden Eagles over the weekend.
It was all Fort High from the get-go at the four-team round-robin event as the Muskies went 3-0 to capture the title—winning every game by at least 19 points.
The St. Thomas Aquinas Saints (Kenora) didn't hit every shot they took.
It just seemed like they would.
A blistering 12-0 start propelled the Saints to a 41-16 romp over the host Rainy River Owls on Monday in the NorWOSSA 'A' regular-season opener for both teams.
“Usually, it's pretty close between us and them,” said Owls' coach Rebecca Tolen.
Its jerseys are blue but the Rainy River Owls' junior girls' basketball team is extremely green.
Just one of the 13 players on the roster is in Grade 10, meaning it mostly was a cast of first-time high school competitors that took the floor against the seasoned St. Thomas Aquinas Saints (Kenora) in the NorWOSSA 'A' regular-season opener for both squads Monday at RRHS.
Maples Marauders' running back Mason Jesmer (7) was washed away by relentless waves of Muskie defenders such as Riley Argue (left) and Wyatt Richards throughout the game.