It was nearly another sweep for the Muskie court sport teams yesterday against the visiting Kenora Broncos.
In girls' basketball action, the Muskie juniors improved to 4-0 with a 33-16 win over the Broncos (1-3).
Grace Smith led all scorers with 10 points while Ayiana Gagne chipped in with eight.
Joyce Wu netted five points, with Emily Fitzgerald and Tatum Glowsky each adding four.
Heaven States netted three points while Monika Ruppenstein and Anna Gagne both recorded a basket to round out the offence.
The Muskie seniors (3-1) got back into the win column with a 39-15 win over the Broncos (1-3).
Grace Petsnick had a 17-point performance to lead the black-and-gold while Aurora Hutton added seven points.
Jamie Spencer chipped in with six points, while Keisha DeBungie had four, and Janissa Judson three.
Alina Eldridge notched a basket while Carmen Hebert added a single on a free-throw.
In boys' volleyball action, the Muskie juniors improved to 3-1 with a 2-0 victory over winless Kenora (0-4).
The set scores were 25-22 and 25-17. The Muskies also won the third exhibition set 25-20 that didn't factor into the final outcome.
But it was a different story for the seniors, who saw their record fall to 1-3 with a 2-1 loss to the unbeaten Broncos (4-0).
After winning the first set 25-23, Fort High dropped the next two by scores of 25-18 and 25-13.
Both Muskie basketball teams next will be in action at the annual Tiger Fall Classic tournament that runs tomorrow and Saturday in Thunder Bay.
All four Muskie court sport teams then will resume NorWOSSA action on Monday when they head to Sioux Lookout to take on the Warriors.