Brian Huber may never be satisfied.
And, that's OK with his track and field coach.
Huber is constantly striving for faster, higher and farther in his four events.
The approach has led to a lot of success, but still Huber is looking for better.
Megan Boser lives for the pressure moment.
It's why she plays shortstop and why she enjoys batting third in the Pierz Pioneers' softball lineup.
The junior has found success both in the field and at the plate this season.
Kayla Miller has always scored points.
It's the other statistical categories that separates the Pequot Lakes sophomore from the rest.
Miller's line during the Class 2A state quarterfinal victory over Zumbrota-Mezeppa Wednesday is a prime example.
Caleb Baker plans on playing football next fall.
The secondary might be a good fit for this ball hawk.
Even on the basketball court, the Crosby-Ironton junior has a knack for the "pick six."
His defense is a part of his game that often goes unnoticed.
Kelly Pearson could always produce copious amounts of points.
The Staples-Motley Cardinals junior just didn't have to.
The three-year varsity player led the Cardinals in scoring last season with 340 points (11.3 per game).
Ben Newman sees the world a little differently.
He plays hockey a little differently, too.
The junior center for the Little Falls Flyers boys hockey team became the 18th member of the Flyers' 100 career point club this season.
Chris Ortman missed all the fun last season.
That wasn't the case this season.
The Pierz Pioneers' sophomore was coming off a state tournament appearance as an eighth-grader only to have his freshman year derailed with an elbow injury.
Emily Miron is lucky No. 8.
And by the time the junior is done she'll likely be No. 2.
Miron surpassed the 1,000-point career scoring milestone Feb. 23 in the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines' 57-19 victory over Park Rapids.