Claire Browning spoiled a lot of senior seasons this year.
The Aitkin Gobblers' sophomore cruised through the North Subsection and Section 7-1A individual tennis tournaments to advance to her first Class 1A state singles tournament.
Dezmond Berndt played bigger than his stature.
The Pillager Huskies senior isn't the tallest player at 5-foot-5 nor the biggest (180 pounds) for the positions he played, but it would be hard to find someone who accomplished as much with what he had.
Minnesota West is the hottest team entering the Minnesota College Athletic Conference playoffs.
That's the opinion of Central Lakes College head coach Greg Medeck, whose No. 2-seeded Raiders will face the No. 3 Bluejays in the opening round 1 p.m.
PEQUOT LAKES - The snap, the hold and the kick.
On a cold, muddy, snowy, slippery Tuesday night in Pequot Lakes, any of those three phases of an extra point could have gone wrong. Even before the snap of the game-winning kick, the No.
Katie Yorek and her fellow seniors left their mark in the Little Falls history books.
Yorek a senior midfielder for the Flyers' girls soccer team, led Little Falls to its first Section 8-1A home game and first section victory this season.
BAXTER - Sarah Yeh was one off last year.
That wasn't the case Tuesday as the senior ran an eighth-place time of 15:24.3 to earn All-Central Lakes Conference honors and lead the Brainerd Warriors to fourth at Forestview Middle School.
BAXTER - One minute.
Peder Smith ran a 13th-place time of 17:25.9 Tuesday in miserable, wet, windy and cold conditions to lead the Brainerd Warriors to fifth place in the Central Lakes Conference meet.
Smith's place earned him all-conference honors.
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