Eskomo Kailee Kiminski, who competed in five consecutive Minnesota Class A cross country meets and has reached State in at least one event for five straight years in track and field, signed a national letter of intent to run at South Alabama next season.
The Minnesota Wilderness will open the Midwest Divisional Finals of the 2015 Robertson Cup Playoffs this Friday and Saturday, April 24-25, at home versus the Fairbanks Ice Dogs. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and puck will drop at 7:05 p.m.
Kuhlman has just completed his first season at the Division I level with the Bulldogs (21-16-3), who saw their season end with a heartbreaking loss to eventual national runner-up Boston University in the national quarterfinals. Kuhlman played in all 40 of the Bulldogs’ games this season, scoring eight goals and 10 assists for 18 points.
For Cloquet’s Tim Krohn, directions to the site of the 18th marathon of his running career were fairly simple: go south until you get there.
One more slip and the team that finished in a tie for fourth place in the 24-team league’s overall regular season standings will be eliminated from the playoffs.
New Cloquet boys tennis coach Derek Johnson expects his team, which dropped the “Esko-Carlton” from the program name along with a drop to Class A for this season — to contend. On a sunny but chilly day last week, they played popcorn with some of the Minnesota Wilderness hockey players.
The Minnesota Wilderness kick off playoffs at Cloquet's Northwoods Credit Union Arena this weekend.
In Minnesota’s version of “flyover country,” maybe it’s time for us to consider changing how we watch professional sports.
To Meat Loaf, two out of three wasn’t bad. For the Minnesota Wilderness, two out of three wasn’t quite good enough.
As the Minnesota Wilderness roar off to the North American Hockey League playoffs for the second straight season, team officials — and the league office — are very happy with...