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The four Rainy River Owls' court teams saw some mixed results in NorWOSSA 'A' action at RRHS on Monday afternoon.
The senior boys' volleyball squad lost 3-1 to the Atikokan Voyageurs to see their league record fall to 4-3.
After dropping the first set 17-25, the Owls fought back to take the second one 27-25.
Fresh off an impressive 39-0 quarter-final victory over the Maples Marauders here Thursday afternoon, the Muskie football team now is ready for its next challenge.
That comes tomorrow when the fourth-seeded black-and-gold are slated to battle the top-ranked Elmwood Giants in a WHSFL semi-final showdown at 5 p.m. in Winnipeg.
It was a tough weekend for the Fort Frances Lakers as they lost a pair of games.
The Thief River Falls Norskies used a three-goal third period to pull out a 4-1 win Saturday night while the Thunder Bay North Stars rallied for a 6-4 victory here the previous night.
It was a tough outing for three of the four Muskie court teams in NorWOSSA action Thursday afternoon in Dryden.
Only the junior girls' basketball squad managed to come home victorious after dumping the Eagles 46-26 to improve their league record to 6-1.
Tatum Glowasky and Keisha DeBungie each scored 11 points to lead the black-and-gold while Justine Linklater added seven.
Leaving points off of the board wasn't an issue for the Muskie football team this time around.
The fourth-ranked Muskies scored six touchdowns as they routed the fifth-ranked Maples Marauders 39-0 in their WHSFL quarter-final showdown Thursday afternoon at Fort High.
Getting better each and every time they take to the court still is the goal for the Muskie senior boys' volleyball team.
The Muskies saw some mixed results last week, including a hard-fought, five-set comeback win against the visiting Dryden Eagles last Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 16) before losing in four sets to the Broncos in Kenora on Thursday.
The Muskie cross-country team was spectacular yet again at the NWOSSAA championships held last Wednesday at the Kamview Ski Trails in Thunder Bay.
Fort High qualified eight runners for the all-Ontarios, which are slated for Nov. 3 in Burlington, while all 13 Muskie runners improved on the times they had set at the SSSAA Time Trials on the same course last month.
It was a weekend of mixed results for the Muskie junior girls' basketball team at the annual Tiger Fall Classic tournament in Thunder Bay.
The black-and-gold compiled a 2-2 record at the tourney, bowing out in the consolation final on Saturday.
The Fort Frances Lakers have shown they can hang with the best in the SIJHL but know they still have a lot to work to do.
A four-goal effort from captain Nick Lucas helped the Lakers to a 6-4 win over the Dryden GM Ice Dogs last Tuesday (Oct. 16) at the Ice For Kids Arena that snapped a two-game losing streak.