With plenty of political unrest in the senior football team’s ranks coming off a forfeit loss to River East on Friday, there soon should be light at the end of the tunnel if the progress of the newly-created junior program continues.
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Sian Donald went to the air to nab a defensive rebound during the Muskie senior girls’ 23-20 win over the Kenora Broncos in NorWOSSA action here Monday night.
Muskie Sara Roach (#23) kept a close eye on Kelsey Craven of the Kenora Broncos during Fort High’s 23-20 win in NorWOSSA senior girls’ basketball action here yesterday.
Time to get back to the drawing board.
The Fort Frances Lakers showed all the elements of an inexperienced team in a 6-3 loss to the Dryden Ice Dogs before 535 paying customers at the Ice For Kids Arena here Friday night.
Muskie junior quarterback Tanner Gill Roisin worked for some extra yardage with a pair of Thunder Bay Huskies draped all over him during an exhibition game at Muskie Field on Saturday afternoon. Despite a 47-6 loss, the junior squad showed plenty of promise in their first home game in front of a large crowd of supporters.
Byron Katapaytuk of the Fort Frances Lakers fired a shot through a maze of defenders on Dryden Ice Dogs’ goalie Curtis Barker during SIJHL action here Friday night. The Lakers fell to 1-3 on the season with a 6-3 loss to the visitors.
The Muskie football team forfeited its game against the River East Kodiaks today in Winnipeg, citing a shortage of manpower.
“The team has experienced quite a few injuries and [does] not have enough students at this time to participate in a football game safely,” Fort High athletic director Shane Bliss said in a news release.
Both Muskie girls’ basketball teams got their NorWOSSA seasons off on the right foot yesterday with wins in Dryden.
Kayla Windigo led the charge with nine points as the seniors beat the host Eagles 25-19.
Jolene Stahn added eight points for the black-and-gold while Melissa Felske was the high scorer for the Eagles with nine.
The word “can’t” simply isn’t in the vocabulary for brothers Sandy Stalker and George Walsh.
Stalker and Walsh (both born to the late Norah Walsh) share a common bond: their love for athletics.
But unlike the usual sibling rivalry sports creates in most families, the pair rely on one another for success every step of the way.
Storylines centering around the Muskie girls’ hockey team haven’t always focused on hockey in recent years, but the focus will be solely on the ice when the team begins pre-season workouts tonight.