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Senior squad holds its own

Compiling a 4-2 record in NorWOSSA play so far was nice for the Muskie senior girls' basketball team, but they wanted to prove themselves against some highly-skilled Thunder Bay teams.

The Muskies did just that at the annual Tiger Fall Classic held Friday and Saturday in Thunder Bay, where they compiled a 3-1 record en route to a third-place finish.

Ticket info for all-star game unveiled

The SIJHL has unveiled the logo and ticket information for its 2018 all-star game and skills competition, which will be hosted by the Fort Frances Lakers on Wednesday, Nov. 28 at the Ice For Kids Arena.

The skills event will get underway at 6 p.m., with the all-star game to follow at 7:30.

Ticket will cost $12 for adults, $8 for students, and $5 for children aged 12 and under.

Lakers fall to North Stars

A Kyle Auger goal just past the 16-minute mark of the second period proved to be the winner as the Thunder Bay North Stars edged the Fort France Lakers 2-1 in SIJHL action Friday night at the Fort William Gardens.

The North Stars got off to a quick start, opening the scoring just 78 seconds into the game as Brendan Gillis notched his fourth of the season.

Eight Muskies make OFSAA

In what will come as a shock to few, the Muskie cross-country team dazzled at the NWOSSAA championships yesterday on the Kamview Ski Trails in Thunder Bay.

The black-and-gold saw eight of their 13 runners qualify for the all-Ontarios, slated for Nov. 3 in Burlington.

Fort High finished fourth overall out of the 13 schools that competed at NWOSSAA this year.

Muskie teams win three

Three of the four Muskie court teams came away victorious against the Dryden Eagles in NorWOSSA action here Tuesday afternoon.

The junior girls' basketball squad downed Dryden 42-35 to improve their league record to 4-1.

Keisha Debungie led the black-and-gold offensively with a 20-point performance.

Justine Linklater and Tatum Glowasky each added eight points.