Can you feel the love? Brady Bodnarchuk, left, Austin Armstrong, Ashton Cousineau, Nick Hahkala, and Jacob Albright certainly did as the Muskies gathered for a group hug to celebrate winning their ninth-straight NorWOSSA title after dispatching the host Dryden Eagles 2-1 last Wednesday afternoon.
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Greta Fedoruk (#5) and Cass Roach, second from left, were part of a stifling Muskie defence that weren't about to allow this Kenora Broncos' opponent much room to breathe during the first half of the Muskie girls' soccer team's 2-1 loss in the NorWOSSA final last Wednesday in Dryden.
Muskie Jaida Norris got full extension as she prepared to hammer a pass up the pitch during the first half of Fort High's 2-1 loss to the Kenora Broncos in the NorWOSSA final last Wednesday afternoon in Dryden.
There wasn't an unhappy face in this huddle as the members of the Muskie boys' soccer team were full of jubilation after claiming their ninth-straight NorWOSSA title with a 2-1 win over the Eagles in Dryden yesterday afternoon. Fort High now advances to the OFSAA boys' 'AA' championships slated for June 6-8 in North Bay.
Angel McCormack of Al's Racquet Stringing charged down the pitch with the ball during the second half of her squad's 6-0 loss to La Place Rendez-Vous in the Borderland Soccer League women's division season-opener on Tuesday night at the St. Francis Sports Field. Claire Sobkowicz scored twice while Rochelle Douglas, Jennie Dyck, and Rindy Veldhuisen also bulged the twine in the lopsided win.
Montana Plasky fired a shot towards the Kenora Broncos' goal during the first half of the Muskie girls' soccer team's 2-1 loss in the NorWOSSA final yesterday afternoon in Dryden. The Broncos now advance to the all-Ontarios, which are slated for June 6-8 in Belle River.
Javyn Maxton lifted and eyed up a walleye that he and his father, Mike Maxton, caught that was part of their 5.16-pound Day 2 haul. The father-son duo finished fifth at the 18th-annual Emo Walleye Classic with a two-day total of 12.26 pounds.
Les Morrison, left, of Baudette showed off the 6.78-pound lunker that he and his partner, Oliver Gibbins of Morson, caught on Day 2 as part of a 11.24-pound haul. The walleye was the biggest of the tourney and helped Morrison and Gibbins—who won the tourney back-to-back in 207 and 2018—finish second at the 18th-annual Emo Walleye Classic with a two-day total of 14.99 pounds.
The season may have came to an end a little earlier than they would have liked but both the Rainy River Owls girls' and boys' soccer teams battled hard and earned silver at the NorWOSSA 'A' playoffs in Kenora last week.
To the victors go the spoils, as Josh Pollard, left, and Dan Pollard of Emo hoisted the championship trophy this past Saturday at the Emo-La Vallee Arena after claiming their first Emo Walleye Classic title together with a winning haul of 15.69 pounds.