The Lumberjacks’ season ended last Thursday when Cloquet came up short in a pair of 7-2 and 6-4 losses to Aitkin in the Section 7AA baseball championship, finishing at nearly 11 p.m. at a 40-degree Wade Stadium in Duluth.
Moose Lake junior Lindsey Loehlein qualified for her first-ever state girls golf meet last week.
Like a seventh-seed would only do, LFBF took advantage of ensuing Barnum miscues and rallied past the top-seeded Bombers 6-5 in a wild Section 7A winner's bracket game last Tuesday at Terry Egerdahl Memorial Field in Proctor.
Surviving a 6-5 scare in an 11-inning marathon in Cloquet just two weeks earlier, the Lumberjacks again slipped past the Hilltoppers 7-6 in a Section 7AA winner's bracket final game that took eight innings and well over three hours to play Tuesday evening at Fichner Field in Hermantown
Chandler Beaupre and Andrea Youngberg are two of 72 seniors selected statewide from 6,000-plus high school softball players in Minnesota to play on six teams this weekend.
The Carlton Bulldogs ended their season on a 3-0 loss to Nashwauk-Keewatin in a Section 7A softball contest that lasted eight innings at Portage Park in Cohasset.
If there were one phrase to describe Cloquet’s exit from the Section 7AA softball tournament on Tuesday at Braun Park, it would be “died for lack of a timely hit.”
Nine area schools descended on the Cloquet Country Club last Wednesday for a spectacular day of golf in a season that was very slow to st
Cloquet’s confidence grows as teams enter playoffs
Competing in what 10th-year Lumberjacks Coach Tim Prosen said was the first state True Team event in school history to his knowledge, Cloquet claimed eighth place out of the nine participating teams — eventually won by Totino-Grace — scoring 256.5 points, 18 of which came via Erickson's Herculean heave.