The Muskie court sport teams travelled to Kenora yesterday, where they came away with three wins.
In girls' basketball action, both the juniors and seniors improved their records to 6-1 with wins over the host Broncos.
Led by Tatum Glowasky's team-high 11 points, the juniors dumped the Broncos (1-5) 44-19.
Ayiana Gagne potted 10 points, while Heaven States chipped in with nine and Joyce Wu had six.
Emma Yerxa added four points while Emily Fitzgerald and Tierney Rousseau notched a basket each to round out the offence.
The seniors pulled out a 48-32 win over the Broncos (1-5).
Grace Petsnick led the way with a 14-point performance while Alina Eldridge had nine points and Keisha DeBungie chipped in with five.
Jamie Spencer, Rachel Anderson, Aurora Hutton, and Simone Payne all potted four points while Carmen Hebert and Joanna Empey both recorded a basket.
In boys' volleyball action, meanwhile, the juniors improved to 4-3 with a 2-0 sweep of the Broncos (0-6).
The set scores were 25-10 and 26-24. The Muskies also won the third exhibition set by a 25-15 margin.
The seniors (1-6) played three close sets but ultimately dropped a 2-0 decision to the unbeaten Broncos (6-0).
Kenora won the first two sets by scores of 25-21 and 25-22 before then taking the third exhibition set by a 25-21 margin.
Both Muskie volleyball teams will resume action this weekend, with the juniors competing at a tournament hosted by the Dryden Eagles on Friday and Saturday.
The seniors, meantime, will be at a tourney in Thunder Bay those same two days.
All four Muskies court sport teams then will resume NorWOSSA action next Wednesday (Oct. 23) when they welcome the Eagles to Fort High for the final time in the regular season.
The junior girls' basketball and junior boys' volleyball games will start at 4 p.m., with both senior games to follow at 5:30.