The Lumberjacks, under the guidance of veteran assistant coach Kyle Young, rode three power-play goals to just their second win over the Greyhounds since 2008 in a 4-3 triumph that may just kickstart their season.
First up is a Robertson Cup rematch against the Austin Bruins Friday night before heading to Richfield to face the Minnesota Magicians Saturday.
The team’s first line of Bird, Sage Gerard and Asia Gobel has accounted for 67 points in 11 games, with Bird’s 30 and Gerard’s 21 pacing the team.
The two schools are also competing in a canned food drive to benefit local food shelves, which ends after the game. Anyone who brings a non-perishable donation can get $1 off admission and the item will be contributed to Cloquet’s collection efforts.
“Skiing is good in that you don’t have to make a starting lineup,” Sorenson said. “You may finish last, but you’re competing and you’re learning to ski and improve.
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While it’s true that Hermantown had a remarkable fall season, Cloquet is well-suited to challenge — and keep challenging — for years to come. You might as well get used to it.