Plan to get to tonight's game plenty early. Parking can be like a game of Tetris at the Heritage, while seats will be at a premium for the many hockey lover's in our area. Arriving for the JV game beforehand is not frowned upon.
"It's an indescribable feeling," said Reed, a 5-foot-9 right-handed guard who is in her fourth and final year of varsity and finishes her career unbeaten in Jug games. "It's a really big game. It means a lot every year."
Bird lit the lamp once in last week's opening period, using a nifty head fake to beat CEC senior goaltender Erin Genereau. After a scoreless second frame, Bird was at it again in the third, counting the game's second and third goals, giving the elusive forward a natural hat trick.
"It hurts now, but I told them 10 years from now, you'll look back fondly on being the first-ever high school game in this stadium," Gronner said. "They played as hard as they could, and I'm extremely proud of that, we just had a few too many mistakes." "It's been the most memorable experience of my life," said Smith of his now completed four-year career, in a cracked and saddened voice. "It's been a great ride."
Case in point is Dupuis, who balances basketball with her job at a local convenience store and her studies. After soon earning her Associates of Arts degree, she wants to pursue marine biology someday. "It keeps me busy," Dupuis said. "But I love playing on the court.
MINNEAPOLIS — Carter Kopet threw for 212 yards and three touchdowns, while dashing for 130 yards and two more scores on the ground to lead Cleveland/Immanuel Lutheran to a 38-29...
The defense will need to stand up and be counted in Thursday’s state semifinal against Cleveland/Immanuel Lutheran (12-0), which beat Hillcrest Lutheran Academy 39-22 in its state quarterfinal. Junior quarterback Carter Kopet leads an aerial circus which will be unlike anything the Cardinals have yet faced.
In Virginia Wednesday, Nov. 2, the Deer River Warriors edged the Carlton Bulldogs in a five-set Section 7A semifinal, scoring a 18-25, 27-25, 25-17, 12-25, 15-8 victory, ending Carlton's playoffs run.
The Lumberjacks boys finished eighth overall and senior Isaac Boedigheimer came in sixth place, diving to his best finish ever. Cloquet senior Anja Maijala made her final run in Northfield, clocking a seasonal-best time of 19:23.5 in the girls field. Cloquet eighth-grader Lauren Cawcutt clocked a 20:37.8 in her inaugural state trip, good for 112th place.
Moose Lake cross country runner Ethan Olson, in his third consecutive state appearance representing the small Moose Lake-Willow River-Barnum cooperative program, was just over five seconds behind state champion Declan Dahlberg. In the girls' field Saturday, Carlton senior Erika Fox finished her final state meet in 26th place, topping the list of county participants.