That’s all she wrote, folks.
The Muskie football team capped their winless season in the WHSFL with a 57-0 whitewash at the hands of the Portage Collegiate Institute Trojans here Friday afternoon.
The visitors jumped out to a 21-0 lead after one quarter and never looked back.
Brendon Brydges highlighted the first half with two kick returns for touchdowns.
With the win, Portage (3-4) snuck into the playoffs in the Kas Vidruk East Conference.
They earned third place over Miles Mac (3-4) due to winning their head-to-head meeting in Week 2, and now will take on the other Trojans—second-place Vincent Massey (5-2)—in one quarter-final.
Miles Mac meets top-ranked River East (5-2) in the other divisional playoff match-up.
The Kenora Broncos (2-4-1) were eliminated from playoff contention in the East Conference after a disappointing 50-13 loss to Vincent Massey on Friday.
In the Kas Vidruk West Conference, Grant Park (6-1) beat St. Paul’s (5-2) on Thursday to earn top spot and a first-round match-up with 3-4 Vincent Massey (Brandon) while St. Paul’s clashes with Neelin (4-2-1).