For Moose Lake Area boys hockey coach Lee Costley, progress is measured in numbers.
Under a new coach, the Moose Lake Area girls hockey team has seen its season begin with one win in its first three contests.
Cloquet-Esko-Carlton boys hockey coach Shea Walters is walking into a pretty good situation.
Cloquet-Esko-Carlton's girls hockey program is a cooperative – and nowhere is that more apparent than in what might be the team's top line this season.
If legendary television producer Norman Lear had created a series about the Cloquet-Esko-Carlton girls' swim team, he could have called it "All in the Swamily."
Having a full team certainly helped Cloquet-Esko-Carlton in the Lake Superior Conference meet Thursday, Oct. 25.
Finishing a season with a record of 16-12 isn't bad, but for Esko volleyball coach Desiree DeLeon, the journey was as much fun as the winning season.
How good has the Carlton volleyball team been this season?
> "We knew he would make a splash when we brought him up here," Thunder coach Davin DePoe said. "His athleticism and his confidence are very good. He's met every expectation we could have had of him. "You can ask him to do anything," DePoe added. "He's a shutdown corner, a lights-out slot receiver, you can put him on the perimeter and let him run, you can put him in the backfield. You don't know where he's going and you have to account for him.
A funny thing happened to the Cloquet football team on its way to the state tournament.