If and when the season begins, the Brainerd Warriors may still not know what they have for a lineup.
Thank Mother Nature, which has forced the Warriors to practice indoors for the first few weeks of the season.
One race was all it took.
That one race was followed by one phone call and 22 years later Larry Johnson has a goal of 150 mph.
Johnson, along with cousin and rider Mike Cleary, compete in the National Straightline Snowmobile Racing circuit.
It's been a rough start to the 2013 Brainerd Warriors boys track and field season.
And head coach Rod Reuer isn't complaining.
The season officially started last week while the Brainerd School District was on spring break.
MOORHEAD - Defense being the trademark of Perham, the Southwest Subsection's No. 2-seeded Yellowjackets were defensive Friday.
Perham forced the Crosby-Ironton Rangers into 13 turnovers and capitalized on 10 of those.