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 The Cloquet American Legion baseball team begins District tournament play at Duluth East High School on Thursday morning at 10 a.m.  Players include (back row, left to right): Ben Merrill, Chase Keye, Gabe Sorenson, Mason Brenner, Brandon Conklin, Dylan Johnson and (front row, from left) Austin Gotchnik, Chanler Dilday, Zach O
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The Cloquet U-15 girls soccer team include (front row, from left) Morgan Carlson, Anna Gunnelson, Kendra Kelley, Morgan Wefelmeyer, Kaitlyn Simmonds, Payten Scheneberger, (middle row) Kate Owens, Mollie Chalberg, Nicole Blatchford, Brandi Nelson, Morgan Leslie, Anja Maijala, Erin Turner, (back row) Coach Brian Stevenson, Sam Sabyan, Mackenzie Stevenson, Sam Godbout, Amarah Parks and Coach Bobbie Turner. Not pictured: Lilly Wallins.

In their biggest game of the summer, it was only fitting that the Cloquet U-15 girls soccer team didn’t back down.
Rather, Cloquet downed Lakeville 1-0 to win the ...

The Cloquet U-17 girls soccer team  members include (front row, from left) Sylvie Deters, Cally Doesken, Kia Peterson, Ali Chalberg, Rachel Morrison, Jordan Anderson, (middle row) Brittney Bushman, Ally Rahkola, Marissa Janke, Alysha Anderson, Jenna Proulx, Kayla Baker, Gabby Larson, (back row) Coach Dustin Randall, Jennie Bryant, Emily Roy, Anna Fossen, Courtney Mainville, Sammi Proulx, Rachel Hammond and Coach Leah Hammond.

It’s not an easy accomplishment in the summer sport of soccer. However, Dustin Randall’s U-17 Cloquet girls soccer team of 19 players scored its roster length this past week.

Cloquet ...

Tyler Korby hopes his U-13 Minnesota Blast softball players all grow up to be lovers of the sport. But if they don’t take that path, he knows a few of ...

Advancing to the state championship best-of-three series last weekend, was tough for the 13-and-Under Cloquet intermediate baseball team, but perhaps their toughest spirit yet was on display Sunday.

Cory Schultz, who tied for a second-place finish in the Cloquet Invitational, watches his chip shot on the 12th hole Sunday at Cloquet Country Club. Steve Kuchera/

As a passionate golfer since his adolescence, Cloquet’s Brett Morrison has walked down the Cloquet Country Club’s 18th hole plenty of times before. But never had it felt like it ...

Cloquet High School senior Brandon Conklin is the only player from Northeastern Minnesota to be named to play in the Midwest Showcase all-star baseball tournament coming up next month.

Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College recently presented awards to top-ranking students in the 2014 graduating class of the Law Enforcement Skills Training Program. Students also presented the Skills ...

Cloquet's Austin Parenteau hits during Tuesday afternoon's VFW baseball game against Duluth East. Dave Harwig/Pine Journal

Maybe the only thing chillier than the weather during Tuesday afternoon’s VFW doubleheader between Cloquet and Duluth East was the final inning for the Lumberjacks.

Esko's Austin Carlson tries to tag out an International Falls runner on a pickoff play during Tuesday's American Legion baseball game in Esko. Dave Harwig/Pine Journal

The Esko boys endured a pair of 6-1 and 6-5 losses to International Falls on a wet, windy, low-50-degree day, marking the home team’s fourth and fifth straight defeats in ...