Ron Stolski of Brainerd was one of four high school coaches inducted into the Minnesota Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame on Saturday at the Doubletree Hotel in St. Louis Park.
Other hall of fame inductees in the high school division were Del Elston of Harmony, Mario Lucia of Grand Rapids and Gary Trimble of Kimball.
In the college division, Jim Sims of the University of Minnesota Crookston was inducted.
Receiving Butch Nash Assistant Coach of the Year awards were Alan Amdahl, Albany; Vaughn Glasener, Melrose; Mark Johnson, Minneapolis Roosevelt; Robert Nickleby, Woodbury; Derek Parendo, Proctor; Delles Solie, Owatonna; and David Style, Glencoe Silver Lake.
Etterman places in state meet
Katy Etterman of Brainerd and Northcrest Gymnastics in Sauk Rapids competed in level 8 in the Minnesota USA Gymnastics State Championships last weekend at Champlin Park High School.
Etterman placed fourth on balance beam and sixth on the uneven bars.
S-M grad 12-7
Jacquelyn Peterson-Doll, a graduate of Staples-Motley High School, has a 12-7 record for the women's tennis team at St. Cloud State University this season.
A sophomore, Peterson-Doll owns a 12-7 record in singles play and has a 12-3 record in doubles. The Huskies are 14-5 and among the region's top 10 NCAA Division II teams.
In two seasons at SCSU, Peterson-Doll has a 37-13 singles and a 33-22 doubles record. The Huskies placed second in last year's North Central Conference championships.
On Saturday and Sunday the Huskies will host Sioux Falls and Minnesota State at Gold's Gym Tennis Center in Sartell. On April 26-27, the Huskies will host the NCC Championships at GGTC.
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