There are individuals in the Fort Ripley area who believe I already am.
Regardless of their bias, this summer I'll be working toward becoming a loser.
In fact, the bigger the loser I become the better I will be.
Josh Wenzel suffered through last season.
It wasn't easy for the Little Falls senior who sat out his entire junior year with a broken foot.
It was a frustrating time for the Flyer, who bleeds baseballs.
"I can't even describe it," he said.
Courtney Ryan went for a personal best.
Sarah Yeh wanted to try something new.
They both accomplished their goals Tuesday in helping the Brainerd Warriors to first place at the Brainerd Invite.
Ryan posted a 12.
Vanessa Lane admits her passion for track and field is peculiar.
She's in the minority of athletes who loves running the 400-meter dash.
It's a new event for the Pequot Lakes junior, who also runs the 100 and 200 dashes and competes in the long jump.
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What is a "living wage" for a family of four in the Brainerd Lakes Area?