The Dryden GM Ice Dogs stormed out to a 3-0 first-period lead and never looked en route to a 6-2 win over the Fort Frances Lakers on Friday night at the Ice For Kids Arena.
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It was a job well done for the Muskie junior and senior girls' volleyball teams over the weekend.
The juniors went a perfect 8-0 en route to the claiming the title at a tournament hosted by the Dryden Eagles on Friday and Saturday.
Issy Taylor scored twice to pace the Muskie girls' hockey team to a 2-1 win over the Lord Selkirk Royals (Winnipeg) on Saturday afternoon to claim the 'B'-side title at the annual K-Town Classic Tournament in Kenora over the weekend.
The Royals opened the scoring early into the first period but Taylor evened it at 1-1 with 12:42 to go.
A double dose of the Kenora Broncos was the right medicine for the Muskie boys' hockey team.
Playing the Broncos twice within a three-day span last week, the black-and-gold were able to snag a pair of wins to improve their NorWOSSA record to 4-2.
There were a couple of memorable individual performances resulting in some season-high point totals in Fort Frances Men's Basketball League action Tuesday night at Fort High.
The first game of the night featured the Muskies taking on the Revco Renegades.
Issy Taylor netted a hat trick to pace the Muskie girls' hockey team to a 10-0 rout of the host Kenora Broncos in NorWOSSA action last night.
Tatum Glowasky and Reece McQuaker each scored twice as the black-and-gold improved to 2-2-0-1 in league play.
Kathryn Fischer, Abby Kenny, and Jill Calder added singles.
The Muskie court teams did a great job of defending home court Tuesday afternoon against the Dryden Eagles.
Both the junior and senior girls' volleyball squads came away victorious to improve to 2-0 in NorWOSSA play.
The juniors won in straight sets (25-8, 25-12, and 25-22) while the seniors prevailed in four sets (25-23, 25-17, 22-25, and 25-18).
The more you work at something, the more you get better at it.
At least, that's what the Muskie girls' hockey team is hoping.
The black-and-gold came out on the wrong side of a 5-4 shootout loss to the host Dryden Eagles on Thursday night that saw their NorWOSSA record fall to 1-2-0-1.
It was a weekend full of impressive performances by local swimmers at the Northwest Narwhal's Massaro Construction LTD Invitational swim meet held Dec. 1-2 at the Lakehead University pool in Thunder Bay.
Sarah Rittau, a member of the local Cyclone Swim Club, medalled in all nine of her events in the female age 15-and-older division.
Former NHL star Theoren Fleury was in Rainy River District on Thursday to host a workshop entitled “Reflections on Healing and Trauma, a One-Day Conversation with Theo Fleury” held at the Couchiching multi-use facility.