Mackenzie Carlson recently organized a high school team made up of runners from the Carlton County and Duluth area to take part in the Ragnar Relay, a 203-mile relay race from Winona to Minneapolis along the Mississippi River.
Jeff and Alyson Leno of Cloquet started the Sawdust 5K race as a way to help the community pay for the annual fireworks display on the Fourth of July. Now the race has doubled in size and they're looking to give to high school athletics as well.
Our dirty laundry is hanging out, and it’s flapping in the breeze.
If you haven’t heard by now, Duluth attorney Bob Mathias, representing the complainants against Cloquet-Esko-Carlton boys head hockey coach Dave Esse, released a statement last Friday to the local newspaper and other area media outlets.
Shh. Don’t talk about rankings yet, but Moose Lake-Willow River ought to get a nice boost from last weekend’s win in St. Paul.
The Rebels headed to the Twin Cities for a matchup against Class AAAA St. Paul Como Park. Trouble, right?
Community college athletes who get in trouble with the law – it’s a sore subject in today’s sports world, but unfortunately it’s one that is becoming increasingly hard to avoid.
The news this week of the arrest of a former Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College football player brings up the sore subject of athletes in trouble with the law.
Ron Tondryk has a reputation as a teacher of the game of softball. Now, he’s getting the chance to teach at a higher level.
Tondryk is the new head softball coach at Cloquet, stepping up from his assistant’s role over the last three years for Steph Sklors to take the helm himself.
It’s never easy to part ways with a longtime friend. The recent decision by Cloquet athletic director Tom Lenarz to change girls hockey coaches means that for the first time since the Bill Kennedy days, Dick Bartholdi will no longer be involved with a Cloquet hockey program.
Well, at least it was good for the game.... Sunday’s gold medal hockey game was great theater, another excellent hockey game between the United States and Canada and a fine advertisement for hockey the way it ought to be played.
Viking fans were expecting to see improvement from their new quarterback on Monday night in Houston. I think they saw some, but if anyone is ready to proclaim mid-season form for Brett Favre, they’ve got another guess coming.
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