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The Thief River Falls Norskies rode the strength of three power-play goals to a 6-2 romp over the Fort Frances Lakers on Tuesday night in SIJHL action at the Ralph Engelstad Arena.
The loss snapped a two-game winning streak for the Lakers (4-3).
It was a banner day for the Muskie junior girls' and boys' cross-country runners.
Both squads shone brightly for the Muskies with some great performances at the annual Hial Pike meet in International Falls.
The Muskies swept the top four spots in the junior varsity girls' 3200-metre run.
It was a tough day for the Muskie court sport teams on Tuesday.
Three of the four squads suffered losses against the visiting Dryden Eagles in NorWOSSA action at Fort High.
The senior girls' basketball team was the lone Muskie squad to come out victorious, scrapping out a 45-36 decision to improve their league record to 5-1.
It was a day of mixed results for the Muskie court sport teams against the host Sioux Lookout Warriors yesterday in NorWOSSA action.
Both girls' basketball teams came away victorious while the boys' volleyball squads both suffered losses.
The junior hoopsters improved to a league-best 5-0 with a 47-37 win over the Warriors (0-5).
The good times keep on rolling for the Muskie football team.
The Muskies scored two touchdowns in the third quarter en route to routing the Tec Voc Hornets 32-0 on Friday afternoon in their annual Winnipeg High school Football League Homecoming game at Fort High.
It was the third straight win for the black-and-gold, who improved to 3-1 in the six-team Currie Division ('A').
No Diggity racked up the maximum nine points available in Fort Frances Women's Volleyball League action last Tuesday night.
They claimed straight-set wins over Calm Yo Tips twice before ending the night with a sweep of Bumping Uglies.
Serves You Right was also perfect with straight-sets wins over both Setsy Bits and the Gillons' Cougars.
It's always nice to come away with some hardware, which both Muskie girls' basketball teams were able to do over the weekend at the annual Tiger Fall Classic tournament in Thunder Bay.
Both the juniors and seniors claimed bronze at the tourney, battling hard and representing Fort High well in each game.
The Muskie cross-country team has served notice that they are a huge threat this NorWOSSA season.
The 30-member contingent that Fort High sent to the annual Evergreen Classic meet in Kenora on Thursday ran strongly and each athlete finished within the top 20 of their respective race.
Jack Lane had a pair of power-play goals while Nick Swain and MacKenzie Flett both had three-point nights as the Fort Frances Lakers dumped the Dryden GM Ice Dogs 6-2 Friday night in SIJHL action at Dryden's Memorial Arena.
Jaxon Krupa knocked in his first SIJHL goal on a goal-mouth scramble at 2:16 to open the scoring for the hosts.