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Muskies split with Eagles

It was a successful day for two of the four Muskie court sports teams Tuesday in Dryden.

Both the senior and junior girls' basketball teams came away victorious while both boys' volleyball squads stumbled.

The senior hoopsters led the host Eagles 32-27 at halftime before cruising to a 63-51 win to improve to 2-1 in NorWOSSA play.

Lakers split home games

Saturday night's outcome may not have turned out in their favour but taking three of four games to start the season still is commendable.

After claiming their home-opener 6-5 against the Minnesota Iron Rangers on a late goal by Noah Loveday on Friday night, the Lakers fell 5-3 to the Thunder Bay North Stars here the following night for their first loss of the season (3-1-0-0).

Muskie runners shine

The Muskie cross-country team blew away their NorWOSSA counterparts in the second meet of the season at the Evergreen Classic in Kenora on Thursday.

Each Muskie runner posted a season-best pace time in their various races and the squad achieved multiple top-three finishes.

Muskie golfers fall short

Unfortunately for the Muskie golf team, they won't have any representatives at the NWOSSAA championships here next week.

Fort High finished fourth as a team yet again in the NorWOSSA season-finale Tuesday in Red Lake, carding a combined total of 405 and missing out on qualifying for NWOSSAA this coming Tuesday (Oct. 2) at Kitchen Creek.

Muskies knock off Giants

It seems the Muskie football team has some early-season momentum.

A week after routing the host Tec Voc Hornets 42-0, the Muskies (2-1) had to dig down deep defensively in grinding out a 14-8 win over the previously undefeated Elmwood Giants (2-1) in their WHSFL home-opener Friday afternoon.