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CLOQUET—It was only fitting for Valentine’s Day that Cloquet’s Chandler Beaupre fell in love with St. Olaf College. Last Wednesday the Lumberjack senior softball standout officially committed to the Oles,...
CLOQUET—Growing up, good friends Anja Maijala and Kelly Lorenz would go to figure skating lessons together, learning how to be exact with every move they performed.
CLOQUET—Cloquet’s Brandon Conklin admitted he was cold after starting baseball practice outside on the St. Paul’s Lutheran church parking lot Monday evening. Cold weather — with snow late Monday and...
Having been a Cloquet High School freshman in Dr. Cynthia Welsh’s Introductory to Physical Science class 13 years ago, I can attest that what Duke University is to college men’s basketball, the Cloquet School District is to the science fair.
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Perhaps the best display of our current spring sports standstill was last Thursday when Jade Benko’s car needed to get plowed out of the snowy Cloquet High School parking lot just after she arrived for softball practice.
Despite the lasting winter weather, Cloquet senior Jace Anderson said if it’s not a blizzard during track and field practice, he and his teammates will go outside for their run.
Marc Peterson, now a senior at Esko High School, recently earned a finalist spot for Minnesota’s Triple “A” (Academics, Arts and Athletics) award for 2014.
Esko's Kory Deadrick verbally committed to play basketball at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, a NCAA Division III private school that has done nothing but win Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and even national titles.
After his Eskomos stunned No. 3 New London-Spicer in a Class AA state girls basketball quarterfinal last Wednesday, a proud Coach Scott Antonutti said it was the most excited he’d ever seen his girls for a win.