Jenny Muesing enjoyed a memorable state debut.
The Brainerd Warriors' junior will get a chance to build on her success as she qualified for her second Class 3A state tournament, which begins at 1:21 p.m.
Both the Staples-Motley Cardinals and Pequot Lakes Patriots have the same problem - Detroit Lakes (DL).
The Lakers' boys and girls golf teams are the returning state champions and neither the Patriots nor Cardinals have beaten them this year.
Katie White doesn't care about numbers.
The Pequot Lakes Patriot prefers to win, but a loss does not define her.
The starting pitcher for the Patriots is more concerned about being a good teammate, a good competitor and an athlete people will remember.
If Gabe Ploof wasn't playing baseball last summer he was driving to a ballpark to play it later.
The Little Falls senior dedicated himself to the sport he grew up loving.
The work paid off for Ploof, a younger senior age wise.
EAST GULL LAKE - Few have enjoyed the opportunity to scream "hole-in-one."
Even fewer have enjoyed that moment three times. That number decreases more when Nos. 2 and 3 happen less than a week apart.
Let's go one further.
It's been a long two weeks for the Brainerd Lumberjacks.
After losing a game it should have won, the Lumberjacks suffered through a bye week before finally being able to get a chance to redeem themselves 4 p.m.
EAST GULL LAKE - Dakota Waverek used his brain Wednesday.
The Staples-Motley Cardinals junior shot an even-par 72 for second place at the Cardinal Invite on the Dutch Legacy at Cragun's Legacy Courses to help the Cardinals to a first-place 302.