Jackie Caughey knows what needs to be done.
Caughey is the captain and emotional leader of a young Brainerd Warriors team. Just how young?
Three eighth-graders and one seventh-grader competed for the Warriors during Thursday's 137.85-133.
Brittany Kelley knew immediately what needed to be done.
When the Pine River-Backus Tigers senior forward learned her teammate and friend, Tatum Sheley, would miss playing time because of an injury, she went to work.
Kelley hit the gym.
ittle Falls left northern Minnesota stumpfed.
For the first time in the three-year
history of the Flyers' hockey team's northern tour, the Flyers swept Hibbing, Virginia and International Falls to open the season 3-0.
For Jacob Blong, Thursday night almost made up for all last year.
The Brainerd Warriors' senior center suffered through injury and sickness to miss most of his junior season. If Thursday is any indication, Blong will have a successful senior campaign.
Relax will be a commonly used word this winter.
Brainerd Warriors head coach Brian McAllister will be saying it often in the early part of the season as his young and inexperienced squad faces a brutal opening stretch of games.
Beth Hauer just kept getting better.
The 2009 Little Falls High School graduate got so good at running long distances that she led the Gustavus Adolphus women's cross country team to the NCAA Division III national championship meet Nov.
LAKE SHORE - By all accounts, it was a good summer for Bar Harbor.
Everyone knows, however, it's the bank account that matters most. Head chef PJ Severson called it a successful first season for the remodeled Lake Shore supper club in all aspects.