The boys tennis season at Cloquet-Esko-Carlton is finishing the way it started — hindered by inclement weather.RELATED CONTENT
Two members of the Cloquet-Esko-Carlton boys hockey team now have ties to the United States Hockey League — and one of them may not be a Lumberjack for much longer.RELATED CONTENT
The Cloquet School Board voted to spend just over $147,000 to fund the new Industrial Technology Department at its Monday night meeting. Most of the costs have to do with purchase of technology, with the largest line item being $28,000 for 25 new computers to run new and updated software.RELATED CONTENT
The Cloquet-Esko-Carlton tennis team is in high gear after another busy week, with weather at last cooperating and allowing matches to be played. On May 10, the ’Jacks defeated Hermantown 6-1 at home. Sean Kedrowski,RELATED CONTENT
The Cloquet softball team is finally back on the field after the long winter marred the start of the season.RELATED CONTENT
Freshman Kayla Baker, junior Maija Doran, seniors Emily Wangen and Emily Rikkola broke the Cloquet school record in the 4x200-meter relay in an outdoor meet at Chisago Lakes Tuesday.RELATED CONTENT
When Sadie Lundquist left Cloquet for Bemidji State University four seasons ago, she had a plan for her hockey career and for her life. So far, everything is going according to plan.RELATED CONTENT
After another long wait, the Cloquet-Esko-Carlton boys tennis team is back on the court and — more importantly — practicing outdoors again.RELATED CONTENT
At the end, her teammates and coaches called her “Captain Serious,” but Cloquet-Esko-Carlton senior hockey player Carley Esse showed she was all that — and more.RELATED CONTENT
The new calendar will allow for a half-hour early dismissal on Wednesdays during the coming year. The time will be used for staff development programs and Scarbrough said the early dismissal will have minimal impact on students.RELATED CONTENT
Cloquet School Board Chair Gary Huard wants it known — his vote against retaining Cloquet-Esko-Carlton boys hockey coach Dave Esse at Monday night’s School Board meeting was not personal.RELATED CONTENT
It’s the stuff that showdowns are made of. In the red corner, Moose Lake-Willow River. The machine that is otherwise known as the Rebels encountered its first real test in last Friday’s state quarterfinal against Pierz.
You know your sport is popular when your team has so many players some of your teammates wear the same number.
Barnum has built a winning tradition in a number of sports, with softball being one of them. However, one of their teams in the summer Lake Superior Fastpitch League is taking a slightly different approach – they’re winning, yes, but they’re playing mostly for fun.
For the Burleson family of Wrenshall, running is more than just a family affair. It’s a topic of conversation. Jane Burleson, 52, and her husband Jeffrey, 62, have made the third Sunday in June a way to spend time together in a unique way.
If you’ve spent any time around him, it’s hard to imagine Tim Rahkola not being around football. Though he didn’t play as much as he might have liked during his senior season with UMD’s Division II national champions, during the defensive team meeting the night before the national championship game, one senior addressed the group.
Esko’s Tim Rahkola is a fine example of what the Division II athlete is supposed to be all about.
To say it’s a frantic week is an understatement. Midway through the third quarter of Saturday’s NCAA Division II football semifinal, this week didn’t look nearly as crowded from a personal point of view.
If you’re going to see Minnesota, there has got to be a better way to do it than the UMD football team did it this past weekend. The Bulldogs, the top-ranked Division II team in the land, just finished a “southern Minnesota motor coach tour,” in the wry words of coach Bob Nielson.
When Moose Lake’s Kyle Peterson was injured last year in a swimming accident, he lost the use of his legs.