During the final race of the Cloquet Relays, an annual track and field meet with the most unusual and quirky events offered, it was only fitting that Cloquet Coach Tim Prosen participated. In khaki pants.RELATED CONTENT
On perhaps the nicest day of the season, the host Bombers lost to Esko 8-6 and Carlton 6-4 on a sunny, 80-degree afternoon at Johnson Memorial Park in Barnum.RELATED CONTENT
Although both the Lumberjacks boys and girls teams were favorites in Tuesday’s Lake Superior Conference championships at Bromberg Field, both Cloquet teams came in second.
With a 1-3 record in the round robin portion of the Royal Bank Cup, the Minnesota Wilderness ended up in fourth spot and will meet the Alberta Junior Hockey League champion Brooks Bandits in a contest that goes at 2 p.m. AT Saturday.
The Carlton County Stampede semiprofessional football team will host its home opener against the Midwest Nightmare at 4 p.m. Saturday afternoon, May 18 at Jim Erickson Field in Carlton.RELATED CONTENT
Cloquet native Corey Millen was named head coach of the Minnesota Wilderness on Thursday as the team prepares to make its debut in the North American Hockey League in the 2013-14 season.
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
Despite a 5-0 loss to the Surrey Eagles Wednesday, the Minnesota Wilderness have secured a berth in either of one of two semifinal games Saturday at either 2 p.m. AT or 6 p.m. AT.RELATED CONTENT
Last weekend, the Minnesota Wilderness became the first United States-based team to compete in Canada’s Royal Bank Cup, which determines a national champion for players age 20 and younger.RELATED CONTENT
No hit, no problem: Esko defends titleRELATED CONTENT
ne day away from their opening game at the Royal Bank Cup Canadian national junior A hockey championship in Summerside, P.E.I., the Minnesota Wilderness will look to build on earlier successes that helped get them there as they go in search of yet another title.RELATED CONTENT
Bagging groceries at Super One and handing out flyers at Walmart last fall gave Minnesota Wilderness players a way of connecting with folks in Cloquet. Now the team is no longer unknown in Northeastern Minnesota, thanks to a record-setting season.
It was a duo of underclassmen who helped keep a lid on a pair of Polar League visitors Tuesday in the Bulldogs’ 8-3 win over Silver Bay, followed by a 4-2 victory past Two Harbors in a doubleheader at a sunny Chub Lake Park.RELATED CONTENT
Fresh off the Minnesota Wilderness’s Dudley Hewitt Cup victory in North Bay, Ontario, last Saturday, Coach Rod Aldoff spoke with the Pine Journal about the team’s journey at hand.RELATED CONTENT