Sunday open gym and swimming will begin Sunday at Brainerd High School.
Participants may swim, shoot baskets or play tennis in an indoor environment.
Activities are open to all ages. Pool hours are 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. and gym hours are 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Sundays. Cost is $2.50 per person, or $5 for a family.
Call Brainerd Community Education at 828-5372 for more information or to reserve a tennis court.
Watland MVP of girls' tennis team
Senior Katie Watland has been named the most valuable player on the Brainerd Warriors girls' tennis team.
All-conference players were Lyndsey Travica and Watland. All-conference honorable mention went to Heidi Johnson.
Academic-all conference players were Johnson, Travica and Watland.
Other award winners:
Most improved singles, varsity, Erica Ruen; junior varsity, Carolyn Despot.
Most improved doubles, varsity, Ashley Ryan, Becca Clemens; junior varsity, Tori Bahr, Jessica Lofrano.
Hardest worker, varsity: Johnson; junior varsity, Melissa Brown.
Captains for 2003 will be Erica Nelson and Clemens.
Pequot Lakes team wins academic award
The Pequot Lakes Patriots volleyball team has won the Section 7, Class 2A academic section championship.
For 12 players, the Patriots had a combined grade-point average of 90.96. The state champion was Stewartville with a combined GPA of 94.52.
It was incorrectly reported in Sunday's Dispatch that Megan Arns made the block that won the Warriors' second volleyball game against Sauk Rapids. Haley Bower was credited with the block. The Dispatch regrets the error.
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