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BOYS BASKETBALL Tuesday, November 26 Nashwauk-Keewatin 66, Carlton 60 Monday, December 2 Fond du Lac Ojibwe 100, Wrenshall 72 Thursday, December 5 East Central 57, Carlton 47 Cloquet 51, Grand Rapids 29 For Cloquet - Adam Laine 16, Zach Gerlach 15, Maxx Brenner 6, Nate Weets 5, Gavin Takkunen 4, Victor Foxx 3, Jacob Bushey 2. 3-point goals - Gerlach 2, Brenner 2, Foxx 1. Wrenshall 62, Cromwell-Wright 58 For Wrenshall - Jared Kittel 22, Aaron Adkins 12, Jessie Ellerbe 11, Andrew Frank 7, Marcus Virginia 5, Dustin Shelton 3, Luke Vine 2.
BOYS BASKETBALL Monday, November 25 Wrenshall 78, Duluth Marshall 69 For Wrenshall - Marcus Virginia 26, Jared Kittel 26, Aaron Adkins 8, Luke Vine 6, Andrew Frank 5, Jessie Ellerbe 4, Dustin Shelton 2, Justin Dougherty 1. 3-point goals - Kittel 2. Tuesday, November 26 Barnum 71, Braham 48 For Barnum - Brandon Newman 23, Zac Carlson 22, Nathan Jelinek 9, Hunter Fetters 8, Andrew Naslund 4, Mitchell Weller 2, Cory Buchanan 1, Tory Slater 2.
CLOQUET -- After his second surgery on his right shoulder last August, Victor Foxx's surgeon sorrowfully told him that he couldn't play basketball this winter. "They said there was no way," Foxx recalled. Yet, after a physician's second opinion from the Mayo Clinic, the Cloquet senior was the one who got in the way of standout Alex Illikainen during the Lumberjacks 51-29 win at rival Grand Rapids last Thursday. Foxx, an undersized 6-foot-1, 165-pound forward off the bench, was brought in last week when sturdy Cloquet center Adam Laine received two fouls in the first eight minutes. There, p
BARNUM -- While most teenagers spend their summer soaking up the sun, Daron Mainville was practically up with the sun, practicing her basketball moves in the Barnum gymnasium. "Monday through Friday and every other weekend," said the 6-foot-2 senior center who scored a game-leading 19 points to pace the Bombers past Polar League visitor Carlton 66-24 Monday. "We all want it. That's made us work hard." Barnum had no problem working past the neighboring Bulldogs.
It took a few games, but the Cloquet-Esko-Carlton boys hockey team shifted its offense into high gear this week to pick up its first two wins of the young season. The 'Jacks rode two first-period goals to a 3-1 win over South St. Paul on Saturday night at Northwoods Credit Union Arena and exploded for six third-period goals to beat Cambridge-Isanti 8-2 on Tuesday night away from home. "Wins are for confidence," Coach Dave Esse said.
CLOQUET -- During the Fond du Lac Ojibwe boys basketball practice Monday evening, Jordan Diver stepped outside the gymnasium and took a break from scoring. The sophomore scoring machine already has 79 points in two games as the lethal left-hander has headed the Ogichidaa to a pair of victories over Wrenshall last Monday and Minnesota Transitions School on Saturday.
CLOQUET -- Joe Dusek stepped into the Minnesota Wilderness' locker room last Friday, then he came right back out. Coach Corey Millen was delivering one of his patented extra-long postgame talks. It's not every day the co-owner of a franchise takes a back seat. But the investment banker from Duluth was reveling in his club's 3-2 victory over the Austin Bruins. Dusek had gift certificates to dispense.
The following cases were heard in Carlton County Court on November 12, 2013: BLACKWOOD, CODY DANIEL Age 20 621 N 23rd Ave W Duluth, MN 55806 Carlton County Sheriff's Office 09-VB-13-2725 Citation: 090000001188 Badge #: 62103 1 09/28/2013 Liquor-Underage Consumption 18-21 (Misdemeanor) 340A.503.1(a)(2) 340A5031a2 Offense: Thomson Township Plea 11/12/2013 Guilty Disposition 11/12/2013 Convicted Court Decision 11/12/2013 Payable without appearance Fees - Adult (Grand Total $185.00) Due 11/12/2013 Fine: $100.00 Fees: (Fees Total: $85.00) Criminal Surcharge: $75.00 Law
Barnum American Legion, Auxiliary The Peterson Westerberg unit meets on the third Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Barnum Community Center. Call Darwin at 218-389-6005 with questions. Carlton Area Senior Citizens The Carlton Area Senior Citizens meets on the last Tuesday of the month at 1 p.m. at Pine View Apartments in Carlton. New members are welcome.
Applications for the 2014 spring season will be accepted wherever hunting and fishing licenses are sold and online at www.mndnr.gov/buyalicense through Friday, Jan. 10, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The 2014 spring hunt will consist of six five-day and two seven-day seasons. A regulation change in 2014 means hunters need to apply for only the first three time periods, seasons A through C.