MOOSE LAKE—To get a high school basketball game to pause and honor a player for a career milestone is rare. To get it to stop and praise someone twice is nearly unthinkable.
For the second straight year, Esko earned a victory over Cloquet, hurdling a two-point halftime deficit for a 66-51 win before a body-to-body packed gym in Cloquet Monday, helped by Trapp’s efficiency around the basket.
Coach Glen Sorenson hopes to watch Maijala and Carlton sophomore Erika Fox today, Thursday, Feb. 12, during the state Nordic meet at Giants Ridge in Biwabik, as the two teenagers took second and fourth last week while their Cloquet-Esko-Carlton coach continued to battle back from prostate cancer surgery.
It took less than two periods for Dilan Lauer to pin Rush City-Braham junior Jesse Anderson and lead the Lumberjacks to a come-from-behind 43-33 victory over the Tigers Tuesday in Esko before a supportive and mostly standing crowd.
CLOQUET—Jasmin Budreau said she’s interested in going into law enforcement when she gets older, but for now, the Cloquet sophomore will simply keep enforcing the paint as a forward on...
Last Friday the Bombers blew by the Bulldogs (6-13) in running time, taking a 57-25 halftime lead and never looking back in their 46-point win.
Whether it’s putting her ski equipment on backwards or showing up at the incorrect venue, the lighthearted Sarah Severson seems to make ski meets interesting. That was the scene at Tuesday’s Section 7 Alpine ski meet at Giants Ridge in Biwabik, when the Esko senior skied to her third state meet with her combined classic and freestyle time of 1 minute, 22.89 seconds — but just barely made qualification.
Barnum (17-0) breezed its way by East Central 86-25 Monday, as the host Bombers, ranked No. 2 in Class AA, continued their unblemished season. Cloquet (11-7) couldn't keep up with...
A pair of point-piling underclassmen are two of the best in the state, regardless of gender, class and location. They have the ability to light the lamp frequently, while both also find their teammates and keep their squads as a first priority.
Ashley Anderson scored a game-high 20 points and the Bulldogs beat the neighboring Wrens 61-46 to not only snap a previous 11-game losing streak — including a 41-34 setback to Wrenshall 18 days before — but also retain the historic jug.