It wasn't much of a holiday vacation for Joey Hanowski.
But it wasn't all work for the Little Falls senior.
Hanowski tallied five goals and four assists, helping him reach 100 career points, during the Little Falls boys hockey tournament Dec. 27-29.
PEQUOT LAKES - Who do you guard?
That was the question Pequot Lakes Patriots head coach Jon Dale struggled with before, during and after Tuesday's Mid-State Conference clash against the Staples-Motley Cardinals.
An ugly, oversized television and VCR sits in one corner of Jim Russell's office.
One uncomfortable chair is placed next to his desk, which holds piles of papers. A small dorm refrigerator is in there, too.
Rachelle LeBlanc was selling herself short.
The Little Falls gymnast set a goal to earn an all-around score of 37 points by the end of the season.
Less than a month into the season LeBlanc reached her goal during a dual meet victory against Bemidji.
For all of Peter Harrison's success, a couple of things have been missing.
The Pequot Lakes senior scratched off one of those things Dec. 10 when he finally broke through to win his first Paul Bunyan Invite championship at Brainerd High School.