Sneaky good may be the best way to describe this year's Brainerd Warriors.
Here's why. Last season the Brainerd Warriors finished sixth in the Section 8-3A finals, but five of the six players from that team return.
Mike Snow counted the hours.
He watched the tally rise as he sat stuck. Two hours a day wasted. Ten hours a week gone forever. Around 500 hours a year spent sitting in a car driving to and from a factory job that left him unfulfilled.
Snow had enough.
Only three players return from the Brainerd Warriors' Section 8-2A qualifying team.
Add another uncooperative spring weather-wise and head coach Bruce Thompson still isn't sure what he has for a lineup.
One of the most popular Brainerd lakes area golf fundraisers is getting a makeover.
The former ACS Pink Ribbon Classic is being renamed the Pink Links For Cancer.
This year's event will be June 17 at Grand View Lodge's Pines and Garden courses.
Two days after competing in one of the biggest wrestling tournaments in the nation, Hayden Zillmer was back at it.
The North Dakota State University wrestler advanced to his first NCAA Championships at 174 pounds.
Much has been said about Vanessa Lane during her Pequot Lakes High School athletic career.
State track and field champion. Powerful sprinter. Career 1,000-point scorer in basketball. Cross country runner. Volleyball player.
Pequot Lakes' run to the Class 2A state tournament helped the Patriots land three players on this year's Brainerd Dispatch All-Area Team.
Players for the all-area team are nominated by their coaches and selected by the Dispatch sports department.