Cassie Krawchuk cruised her way to the finish line during one of her races at the annual Harry McMaster Classic meet held in Dryden last Thursday. Krawchuk finished with three medals for the Muskies, which included one gold and two silvers.
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Pasquel Shortreed was locked in a battle for the ball with a Dryden Eagles' opponent during the Muskie girls' soccer team's 2-2 draw last Wednesday afternoon in Dryden. Montana Plasky scored her team-leading third goal in the Muskies' 1-0 win over the Broncos earlier that day while Kathryn Fischer and Alina Eldridge bulged the twine in the draw with the Eagles.
Declan Webb (#22) was surrounded by a pair of Dryden Eagles as he attempted to fire the loose ball away during the Muskie boys' soccer team's 4-1 win last Wednesday afternoon in NorWOSSA action in Dryden.
Fort Frances Lakers' defenceman Dane Bateman (#96) looked to strip the puck away from Dryden GM Ice Dogs' forward Evan Walls during his squad's 6-1 loss there Saturday night. The Lakers will look to get back on track tonight versus the host Thief River Falls Norskies before welcoming those same Ice Dogs on Friday night at the Ice For Kids Arena here.
Paiten Kinnear looked to rush the puck down the ice toward the Dryden Eagles' zone during the Muskie girls' hockey team's 5-4 shootout loss there last Thursday night. The black-and-gold will be looking to get back into the win column tonight against the host Kenora Broncos before playing in the annual K-Town Classic tourney there this weekend.
Santino Smith looked for an opening as he palmed the ball during the Muskie junior boys' basketball team's 48-46 win over the host Dryden Eagles in exhibition tournament action there Friday. The black-and-gold compiled a 3-2 record at the two-day tourney for their first game action of the season.
“Coach's Corner" star Don Cherry gave his signature thumb's up sign just before doing the ceremonial face-off for captains Braedan Pearce of the English River Miners (left) and Dylan Kooner of the Fort Frances Lakers ahead of their SIJHL game Saturday night in Kenora as part of "Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada” festivities there.