It was a clean sweep for the Muskie court sport teams yesterday against the visiting Dryden Eagles at Fort High.
In girls’ basketball action, the juniors improved to 7-1 with a 47-26 romp over the Eagles (6-2).
Tatum Glowasky led the way with a 17-point performance while Ayiana Gagne netted 15 points.
Grace Smith chipped in with nine points while Serena Teeple, Heaven States, and Tierney Rousseau each netted a basket.
The seniors also improved their league record to 7-1 with a convincing 53-35 win over Dryden (6-2).
Grace Petsnick led the black-and-gold offensively with 12 points while Aurora Hutton and Keisha DeBungie both potted eight.
Joanna Empey, Jamie Spencer, and Janissa Judson all tallied six points each, with Alina Eldridge recording five and Rachel Anderson adding a basket to round out the offence.
In boys’ volleyball action, meanwhile, the juniors swept the Eagles (3-5) 2-0 to improve to 5-3 on the season.
The set scores were 25-18 and 25-18. The Muskies then also won the third exhibition set by a 25-9 margin.
As for the seniors, they improved to 2-6 with a 2-1 victory over the Eagles (5-3) to halt a five-match losing skid.
The set scores were 25-22, 22-25, and 25-22.
The seniors next will be in action tomorrow when they head to Dryden for the Eagles’ two-day home tournament.
All four Muskie court sport teams then will conclude the NorWOSSA regular season at home on Tuesday (Oct. 29) when they welcome the Sioux Lookout Warriors to Fort High.
The senior boys’ volleyball and senior girls’ basketball games start at 4 p.m., with both junior games to follow at 5:30.
The NorWOSSA playoffs then are slated for Friday, Nov. 8 in Dryden.