Jeremy Fyle of Pequot Lakes finished second in the 440 liquid pro division of the ISR race at Hackensack on Sunday. Ryan Huston of Walker won the youth class.
The next race is Feb. 6 on White Earth Lake near Waubon.
Prince brothers finish first
Brady and Darrin Prince of Baxter participated in the St. Cloud Pro Am Winter Chiller racquetball tournament at the Suburban Racquet Club in St. Cloud last weekend.
Brady took first place in the 12 and under junior division. In the finals he defeated Chris Madsen of Northfield 15-4, 15-10.
Darrin claimed first in the 18 and under junior division. In the finals he defeated Matt Everding of Grey Eagle 15-14, 15-1. Darrin also was first in the men's open A division. He defeated John Kociemba of Minneapolis 15-7, 15-11.
Other high finishers from Brainerd were Kari Anderson and Mark Prince. They teamed up to claim second place in the mixed A division. In the finals they were defeated by Dennis Ring and Michelle Perry of Minneapolis 7-15, 15-12, 7-11.
Northern women remain No. 1
The Northern State University women's basketball team remained No. 1 in the North Central Region by winning two of three games last week.
Northern beat Minnesota-Morris 91-34 on Saturday and Bemidji State 92-62 on Jan. 8. Minnesota-Duluth ended the Wolves' 14-game win streak Jan. 6 by beating Northern 84-77.
Brainerd High School graduate Sara Hemquist is averaging 11.3 minutes, 2.3 rebounds and 1.9 points for Northern, which hosts Concordia-St. Paul on Friday.
Eastman to speak to boosters
Central Lakes College women's basketball coach Dennis Eastman will speak to the Brainerd Sports Boosters Club meeting noon Thursday at the Moose Lodge.
Swimmer Paul Fitzpatrick, the Warrior Athlete of the Week, will be honored.
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