The Frozen Four 4-on-4 pond hockey tournament is scheduled for Saturday on Hole in the Day Bay on Gull Lake.
The entry fee is $100 per team and includes a Frozen Four stocking cap and a guaranteed two games in the double-elimination tournament.
Grausam returns to state
ST. CLOUD - Madison Grausam saved her best for last.
On her final vault - the last of Saturday's Section 8-2A meet - Grausam stuck her feet, raised her hands and enjoyed a 9.
It was payback time Saturday.
The Central Lakes Raiders entered Saturday's game against Minnesota West with a chip on their shoulders and walked away with a 101-53 victory.
Minnesota West handed CLC its first loss Jan. 25 by a score of 63-61.
For the sixth consecutive game, the Central Lakes College Raiders were handed a South Division defeat Saturday.
This time the Minnesota West Blue Jays bettered the Raiders by a 64-44 score in Brainerd.
Nikki Pearson scored a team-high 14 points.
CROSBY - Crosby-Ironton allowed Esko nine points in the second half, and Missy Foote poured in 12 points to lead the Rangers past the Eskimos 41-28 in a non-conference game Saturday.
The Rangers outrebounded Class 2A's fourth-ranked Esko 45-25.
ST. PAUL - The Brainerd Warriors lost for just the second time in its last five games with a 69-61 defeat at St. Paul Central Saturday.
Trailing by 15 points at the break, the Warriors outscored the Minutemen by seven in the second half.
FERGUS FALLS - Rachelle LeBlanc is going back to the state meet, but she'll be a little busier this year.
The Little Falls Flyer won the Section 8-1A all-around title Saturday to advance to the state meet in all four disciplines with a score of 37.325.