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Muskie girls beaten by Warroad

A three-goal outburst early in the second period sparked the Warroad Warriors to a 7-1 exhibition win over the Muskie girls' hockey team here last night.

Warroad netted the lone goal of the first, then jumped ahead 4-0 early in the second.

The score was 5-0 in the third when Annalise (C.C.) Hayes netted the Muskies' lone goal.

Court teams drop three in Dryden

It was a tough day for the four Muskie court teams yesterday in Dryden.

Only the junior boys' basketball team came home victorious—earning a 61-42 win over the Eagles to improve to 3-1 in NorWOSSA play.

The Muskie senior boys fell 82-64 to drop to 2-2 on the season.

In girls' volleyball action, meanwhile, the senior Muskies let one slip through the fingers.

Driver turns himself in

A local man has turned himself in following a hit-and-run collision over the weekend.

On Sunday around 5 a.m., Rainy River District OPP officers responded to a motor-vehicle collision on the 200 block of Sixth Street West in Fort Frances.

The driver of a motor vehicle struck a taxi cab and then fled the scene.

Another loss for Lakers

The Fort Frances Lakers are hoping home ice will produce a different outcome.

The Lakers will host the English River Miners tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the Ice For Kids after falling 5-2 last night at the Cochenour Arena to kick off the home-and-home series.

Muskie pucksters sweep Warriors

The Muskie hockey teams both won yesterday to sweep a pair of games against the visiting Sioux Lookout Warriors.

The boys' squad improved to 6-0 in NorWOSSA play with a 9-2 romp at “The Duke” (Couchiching Arena).

It was close to start as the black-and-gold only led 1-0 after one period on Dayton Labbe's goal from the top of the left face-off circle.

Muskie hockey teams beat Warriors

Both Muskie hockey squads were victorious in NorWOSSA action yesterday afternoon against the visiting Sioux Lookout Warriors.

Captain Annalise (“CC”) Hayes had a hat trick while Siobhan MacKintosh scored twice to lead the Muskie girls to a 9-2 romp at the Ice For Kids Arena.

After Jess Steele opened the scoring, MacKintosh and Lillie MacKinnon boosted the lead to 3-0.