Sean Huziak, left, Wyatt Richards, Brady Meeks, Aaron Scheibler, and Ayden Gushulak-Kelly were among the Muskie football team players who were nothing but smiles as they celebrated and hoisted the Canad Inns Bowl trophy as the Currie Division ('A') champions after a thrilling 65-49 win over the Churchill Bulldogs in the title game on Saturday afternoon at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg.
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Muskie goalie Darian Klem got his paddle down to deny a scoring chance for his Kenora Broncos' opponent during Fort High's 13-0 rout in the NorWOSSA regular season-opener for both teams on Tuesday evening in Kenora. Klem was solid when called upon and turned aside every shot he faced to nab his first win and shutout of the season.
Serena Teeple looked to drive to the hoop to score against the defence of Kaitlin Viherjoki of the Dryden Eagles during the first half of the Muskie junior girls' basketball team's 42-23 win in the NorWOSSA final on Friday afternoon in Dryden. Teeple potted a basket to help the Muskies lift the championship trophy for the third year in a row.
There's nothing quite like winning it all three years in a row as the members of the Muskie junior girls' basketball team crowded around to hoist the championship trophy after dispatching the host Dryden Eagles 42-23 in the NorWOSSA final on Friday afternoon.
Simone Payne dribbled the ball down the court while Muskie teammate Rachel Anderson followed in close pursuit during the fourth quarter of Fort High's 55-45 loss to the host Dryden Eagles in the NorWOSSA 'AA' senior girls' basketball final on Friday evening. The Muskies were denied a second straight league crown and a return trip to the NWOSSAA championship this week with the loss.
Fort Frances Boston Pizza Royals' goalie David Morrison had a sea of bodies in front of him as he tried to stop the puck during the first period of his squad's 4-1 win over the North End Flames (Thunder Bay) in the Bronze-Medal final of the Fort Frances Minor Hockey Association's annual PeeWee 'A' tournament on Sunday at the Ice For Kids Arena.
Fort Frances Lakers' captain Noah Loveday got into a bit of the rough stuff with his Thief River Falls Norskies' opponents during the third period of his squad's 8-3 loss on Saturday night at the Ice For Kids Arena. The Lakers will have to show some more of that fight if they are to snap out of their current six-game losing streak.
Mike Vanderaa did his best to tip the ball over the block attempt of his Dryden Eagles' opponent during the second set of the Muskie senior boys' volleyball team's 3-1 win in the NorWOSSA semifinal on Friday morning in Dryden. The third-ranked Muskies advanced to the championship game that afternoon, where they settled for silver with a 3-0 sweep at the hands of the Kenora Broncos.
Ethan Barker tried to fire a kill past the block of Ethan Cook (12) of the Dryden Eagles during the second set of the Muskie junior boys' volleyball team's 3-0 loss in the NorWOSSA semifinal on Friday morning in Dryden.
There are ups and downs to every season but lately it feels like anything that could go wrong does for the Fort Frances Lakers.