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Mark your calendars for Bernick's Pepsi All-Star Basketball Series

Basketball fans will be able to enjoy a great night of action during the Fifth Annual Polar League Bernick's Pepsi All-Star Basketball Series at Barnum High School on Monday, March 31.

Basketball fans will be able to enjoy a great night of action during the Fifth Annual Polar League Bernick's Pepsi All-Star Basketball Series at Barnum High School on Monday, March 31.

"We are very excited to host the series again," said Randy Myhre of Barnum. "It is a wonderful night of high school boys and girls basketball which showcases the best of the best from the Polar League.

"The game will also feature halftime three-point shooting contests and a 'Lightning Contest.'"

The girls blue team will feature Megan Myhre, Katrina Newman and Darian Bushey of Barnum; Essa Jacobsen of Cook County; Samantha Anderson of Wrenshall; Brady Donahue of Floodwood; Katherine Mohelski of Silver Bay; Ari Korpela of Cromwell; and Emma Grover of Wrenshall.

Playing on the girls white team are Hillary Peterson, Alli Adamczak and Natasha Dragicievich of Moose Lake-Willow River; Andrea Gould and Danielle Anderson of Wrenshall; Amber Blom of Carlton; Leah Nordvall of Barnum; Casey Palmer of Floodwood; Dani Hawkinson of McGregor; and Amanda Bergstedt of Esko.

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The boys blue team will be coached by Mark Cool and Kris Rinta and includes Scott Lindquist, Jake Olson and Jeremy Syrjanen of Esko; Josh Earlywine, Curtis Houle and Dylan Eggen of Barnum; Justin Schwartz and Josh Dahl of Carlton; Eric Sather of McGregor; and Evan Swanson and Jon Bartczak of Wrenshall.

Playing on the boys white team, coached by Larry Otterblad and Jamie Otterblad, are Jimmy Mach, Nate Zuk, Joey Bohaty and Travis Wagers of Moose Lake-Willow River; Eric Sather of McGregor; Tyler Burggraff and Cody Hendrickson of Cromwell; Steve Lyke and Chance Hutchinson of Floodwood; Fordes Lodin of Two Harbors; and James Davey of Silver Bay.

The Polar League All-Star girls game will be played at 6 p.m. and the boys will start about 7:45 p.m.

"The games will be fast paced and exciting and we hope to see everyone there," mentioned Myhre. "This is a great honor for the kids to be chosen and to participate in this event."

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