By Jeremy Millsop
Sport: Cross country
Highlights: Won the Ranger Invite in 16:04
Area Female Athlete
Sights set high for C-I's Stokman
Margaret Stokman wants to dictate her own pace.
Unlike his three older brothers, Thomas Bell isn't known for his scoring prowess.
The junior midfielder for Little Falls is more apt at setting up teammates for goals.
That didn't stop Bell from putting on a scoring display Sept.
Consistency is what Mikayla Wing has strived for this season.
Consistently win is what the Staples-Motley Cardinals senior has done.
The No. 1 singles tennis player is 15-2 this season and 8-0 against Mid-State Conference opponents.
Reilly Peterson loves her mother - she just doesn't like her very much right now.
Nor do her Brainerd Warriors teammates, who mustered what energy they had left to beat the Melrose Dutchmen 105-81 Thursday at Brainerd High School.
Tyler Millner suffered through an injury plagued junior season.
This season, opposing defenses are suffering.
A healthy Millner is a fast Millner and that means big plays for the Pierz Pioneers football team.
Miller turned on the burners Sept.
Rocori head coach Ted Faber may need to set his team's alarm clock earlier.
Despite slow starts in Game One and Game Two, the Rocori Spartans rattled off a 3-0 Central Lakes Conference sweep of the Brainerd Warriors Tuesday at Brainerd High School.
Don't let Jalen Wuchko's size fool you.
The Little Falls Flyers senior running back can just as easily run by you or through you.
At 5-foot-11, 230 pounds Wuchko is a beast with a football, but he's hurting defenses in more ways then one.
Added responsibility hasn't weighed Megan Felthous down.
The junior for the Pine River-Backus Tigers volleyball team added captain to her resume this season. The added work load hasn't prevented her from rising over blocks and putting down kills.