With eight games scheduled in six days next week, the Brainerd Warriors needed their starting pitchers to eat up innings in Friday's split doubleheader against the Moorhead Spuds and St. Cloud Tech Tigers.
For an athlete whose starts in the 110- and 300-meter hurdles are what he struggles with most, Taylor Huber sure is off to a fast start.
In meets at Sartell (April 30) and at Wayzata (May 3) Huber won the 110s and 300s twice apiece.
April 26 through April 29 was like a whirlwind for Allison Kosobud.
During that stretch, the Brainerd senior won the 800-meter run at the Hamline Elite meet, which invites only the state's top athletes in each event.
COLLEGEVILLE - After being confined to a gym since March 18, and enduring nine postponements/schedule changes due to a snowy, cold spring, the Brainerd Warriors finally received an opportunity to play ball at 10 a.m. Friday - outdoors.
While researching upcoming fitness events in the lakes area - if spring or summer ever arrives - I thought something might be amiss when I opened a bookmark for the Baxter Inline Marathon and the website came up written in Chinese.
Brainerd Warriors head football coach Ron Stolski will receive the 2013 John Gagliardi Minnesota Football Legacy Award from the Minnesota Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame (NFFMN) at the annual “Honoring Legends-Inspiring Leaders” awards event April 28.