Cultivating team chemistry wasn’t a struggle for Erica Perpich.
The Crosby-Ironton Rangers first-year head boys cross country coach left that to genetics.
Three sets of brothers along with half of a former brother duo make up the Rangers’ roster.
Throw in a Mitch Skjeveland and a Cameron Larson ...
It’s a rare meeting between school districts just 54 miles apart.
For the first time in history the Pierz Pioneers will face the Sauk Centre Mainstreeters on the football field. This rare contest will happen 5:30 p.m. Friday in the Section 6-2A final at the Fargodome.
The top-seeded Pioneers, who ...
The Perham Yellowjackets are the hottest team in Section 8-3A.
The top-seeded Yellowjackets advanced to the section final by virtue of a 34-12 victory over No. 8 Staples-Motley and a 28-14 win over No. 5 Park Rapids.
Perham (7-3) has won five straight games. Its last loss, however, came against the ...
Now that everyone’s sugar high has subsided, it’s time to get excited about high school sports.
Six lakes area teams remain in the playoffs, not including swimming and diving teams, and will look to make the most of one of the best weeks in prep sports of the school season.
Remember this: Daniel Hudrlik is only a freshman.
Many people, including Hudrlik’s Crosby-Ironton Rangers football coaches, have a hard time remembering that and it’s all Hudrlik’s fault.
That’s because the 6-foot-2, 200-pound, do-everything athlete doesn’t look or play like a freshman....
It didn’t take Match.com to find this winning combination.
When Staples-Motley head tennis coach Kevin Coughlin decided to pair junior Maggie O’Keefe with sophomore Kelsey Zetah he called it an experiment.
The move happened Sept. 24 at the Litchfield tournament. Twenty three days later, the duo ...
The formula used to seed football and many volleyball and soccer section playoffs this fall has been explained.
That doesn’t mean it’s understood.
In my story Oct. 20 concerning the possible section volleyball playoff seedings, I wrote, “The QRF standings could change depending on those team r...
Courtney Ryan called them the best.
And to thank those faithful fans, Ryan and the fourth-seeded Brainerd Warriors eliminated the fifth-seeded St. Cloud Apollo Eagles 3-0 in the opening round of the North Subsection 8-3A playoffs Wednesday at Brainerd High School.
And then they danced.
But before th...
PILLAGER — The Pillager Huskies didn’t need the big plays Tuesday.
Instead the third-seeded Huskies used a balanced offensive attack and one big fumble recovery to eliminate the sixth-seeded Pine River-Backus Tigers 34-13 in the quarterfinals of the Section 6-1A playoffs.
The big play came on a...
PINE RIVER — Jacob Mongan was sitting on a good idea for an entire year.
When the timing was right, and with all the information he could possess, he presented his idea to build a disc golf course in and around the Pine River-Backus School District’s forest.
The second-year dean of students at P...
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