Having won eight consecutive Section 7AA football titles by a combined score of 322-93, there are times it can be hard for Coach Dave Louzek to motivate his Moose Lake-Willow...
Proudly standing on the artificial turf following last Thursday’s 2-0 Section 7A boys soccer final loss to Monticello, Cloquet-Esko-Carlton Coach Archie Clark said his teary-eyed team had nothing to hang their heads about.
Cross country runner Kailee Kiminski has a strong kick to her race’s finish, but in her last season of high school running, perhaps the Esko senior’s determination is even stronger.
Monday’s practice for the Cloquet football team was the first since the Lumberjacks learned they were the No. 1 seed entering this week’s Section 7AAAA playoffs, so Coach Tom Lenarz gathered his boys for a message.
Watching her play volleyball, it's easy to notice Justice Janke's vertical, but the South Ridge senior jumps just as high to celebrate when anyone on her team gets a kill.
Cloquet speedsters Isaac Boedigheimer and Anja Maijala again were victorious last Thursday, as the pair of CHS sophomores secured Lake Superior Conference individual titles at Chequamegon Bay Golf Club in Ashland, Wis.
Rachel Morrison, a Cloquet senior, scored her first- and last-ever career goal in Cloquet-Carlton's 4-1 defeat at host Zimmerman in a Section 7A girls soccer quarterfinal affair last weekend.
The No. 4-ranked Cardinals scored a 30-19 victory over eighth-rated Wrenshall in a 9-man meeting of the state's top programs for Great Northern Conference supremacy last Friday night in Cromwell.
Brad Fossum got in the way of Two Harbors' Hail Mary heave, and his midfield interception secured Moose Lake-Willow River's 20-14 victory over the Agates in a Great Polar White Division meeting last Thursday in Willow River to extend the Rebels' current home-game winning streak to 48.
The fifth-seeded Lumberjacks (12-5-1) play in the 7A section championship at 7 p.m. Thursday (Oct. 16) in Lindstrom, Minn. when they look to tip No. 2 Monticello (12-4-2) for the section crown and possibly make their second trip ever to State.