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.
When talking Alpine skiing, the name Stone comes up early and often in the conversation.
As it should because Savannah Stone is one of the more accomplished skiers in Brainerd Warriors' history.
The junior has already been to three state meets.
If Josh McKeag wasn't motivated enough, his little sister gave him an extra push.
McKeag had his sights set on putting his name on the Brainerd Warriors record board. His eighth-grade sister, Hannah, beat him to it this fall.
It's trial by fire for the Brained Warriors boys.
Without a day of practice, the young squad will hit the road Friday for its first meet of the season at Lutsen.
Four of the six athletes will be first-year varsity skiers.