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Owl jr. spikers looking forward to playoffs

Finishing the regular season on a winning note was top priority for the Rainy River Owl junior boys' volleyball team last week.

It was mission accomplished as the Owls downed the visiting Atikokan Voyageurs 2-0 to finish the NorWOSSA 'A' season with a 6-4 record.

That puts Rainy River into third place, with the playoffs looming today and tomorrow in Kenora.

Muskie runners cap banner year

The Muskie cross-country team has been battle tested all year and came through with some more impressive performances at the OFSAA championships in Sudbury on Saturday.

Capping the year in style, and adding more to a lengthy list of accomplishments for the team, 10 of the 17 athletes Fort High sent to the all-Ontarios finished within the top 200 of their respective races.

Muskie girls bow out in semis

The Muskie girls' hockey team played well in its first tournament game action of the season over the weekend.

After finishing round robin play with a 3-1 record, a title just wasn't to be for the Muskies as they dropped a 4-0 decision to the Lakehead University Thunderwolves in the semifinals on Sunday morning of the Confederation College Tournament.