The Minnesota Wilderness has come through a difficult portion of its schedule playing well — and facing down adversity in the process.
But for every minute of Cloquet Lumberjack football or boys hockey you hear on WKLK, there’s at least a minute of preparation that Randy Stahl has put in to bring it to you.
Five local swimmers took part in last week's Minnesota State Swimming and Diving Meet at the University of MInnesota — the first time Cloquet-Esko-Carlton had been represented in the event in six years.
Conditions didn’t help the Cardinals, as they turned the ball over five times in a 16-8 Minnesota Nine-Man football quarterfinal loss to Kittson County Central last Friday night in Bemidji.
For the first time since 2008, the Cloquet-Esko-Carlton girls swim team will have representation at the Minnesota State Swimming and Diving Meet.
Have you ever had to choose between doing something you knew was right and getting punished for it, or doing the wrong thing without sanction? Such was the choice Esko’s...
Cloquet-Esko-Carlton swimmers put in strong performances at last Thursday’s Lake Superior Conference girls’ swim meet, with eighth-grader Makalya Suominen continuing to impress.
The Hawks (18-11) recovered from a big loss in the fourth game to eliminate No. 1 seed Cloquet (24-5) by 25-21, 22-25, 25-23, 13-25, 15-13 in a Section 7AA semifinal match at Duluth Denfeld.
The Minnesota Wilderness rebounded from a difficult road trip last weekend to shut out the division rival Minnesota Magicians Thursday, Oct. 16, at Northwoods Credit Union Arena.
The Cloquet School District may soon take another step on the road to online coordination in the classroom.