The Wrens will look to their defense to lead them to their small school’s second-ever state tournament appearance if they can upset storied Cromwell-Wright in the Section 5 9-Man final at 8 p.m. Halloween night in Esko.
If Tyler Hakamaki's Cromwell-Wright team tops Wrenshall (8-2) in the Section 5 9-Man final on Halloween at 8 p.m. in Esko, it will be his first state trip and best treat in following his father, 25 years later.
CULVER -- The old sports saying goes that defense wins championships. For the Wrenshall football team, the common cliche couldn't be more fitting. The Wrens will look to their defense...
CLOQUET—It's not often Kailee Kiminski runs behind in a race, but that's exactly what the Esko senior faced at Thursday's Section 7A cross country meet. Greenway-Nashwauk's-Keewatin's Elyssa Peterson, a sophomore,...
Wrenshall was sparked to score 27 unanswered points in a 39-8 victory over Carlton to open the Section 5 9-man playoffs Tuesday at Knutson Athletic Field.
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.