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Rachelle LeBlanc took first in all four events to lead Little Falls to the team title while the host Panthers compiled a season-high team score at Saturday's Park Rapids New Year Invitational gymnastics meet. LeBlanc won the all-around title with a 36.00 in leading Little Falls to a season-best 132.70 points. Bemidji finished second with 125.65 points while Long Prairie-Grey Eagle was third with a 120.75.
Hat tricks by Sam Coborn, Ian Johnson and Levi Erickson led the Park Rapids-Menahga-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley boys hockey team to a pair of Section 8A victories. Coborn and Johnson combined for seven goals in leading the Panthers to an 8-2 win over Bagley/Fosston at the Walker Area Community Center Thursday night while Erickson tallied a hat trick in Park Rapids' 5-1 victory over Kittson Central Saturday afternoon at the Ted O.
Crookston scored three goals in the first 3:19 of the game to spark a 5-1 victory over the Park Rapids-Menahga-Nevis-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley girls hockey team Friday night at Crookston. Goals by Shannon Kaiser, Natahsa Skala and Brianna Breiland gave the Pirates a 3-0 lead before Park Rapids' Danika Aletto set up McKenna Brand at the 7:35 mark. Lizzy Awender's goal pushed the Pirates' lead to 4-1. Riley Erickson opened the second period with a goal to give Crookston a 5-1 lead. Goalie Shania Johnson finished with 34 saves for the Panthers, who were outshot 39-17 by the state's No.
Dani Schultz and Sara Rajewsky combined for four goals and six assists in leading Morris/Benson to a 5-1 win over Park Rapids-Menahga-Nevis-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley girls hockey team Tuesday night at Morris. Schultz had a hat trick and two assists while Rajewsky had a goal and four assists to lead the Storm, who held a slim 17-16 edge in shots on goal. Hannah Williams and Jessie O'Hern set up Jessica Gapinski at the 4:10 mark of the third period to account for the Panthers' lone goal. Goalie Bailey Moore made 12 saves for the Panthers, who fell to 5-9 on the season after having their fou
Taylor Tschider and Kayli Muckenhirn combined for 19 points as Detroit Lakes built a 38-8 halftime lead en route to a 62-18 Mid-State Conference victory over the Park Rapids girls basketball team Tuesday night at Detroit Lakes. Carson Lee Christenson's basket and two free throws, a basket by Marisa Rittgers and two free throws by Alyssa Carlson accounted for the Panthers' points in the first half. Ashley Domino had two field goals, Grace Bateman and Olivia Vaadeland had a basket each, and Shelby Pierce made two free throws as the Panthers were outscored 24-10 in the second half. Domino h
Three forfeit wins and two victories in the final five matches rallied the Park Rapids wrestling team to a 34-24 win over East Grand Forks in the first match of a triangular meet at East Grand Forks Tuesday night. Thief River Falls used five pins and a pair of forfeits to defeat the Panthers 42-21 in the second match.
Tyler George and Lorenzo Pemberton sparked pivotal runs in the first half that broke open a tie game and led Bagley to a 91-57 victory over the Park Rapids boys basketball team Tuesday night at the Area High School gym. With the game tied at 12-12, George hit a pair of 3-pointers during a 23-11 run and Pemberton followed with a pair of layups during a 12-0 run as Bagley claimed a 47-25 lead at the half. Three more baskets by George and a layup and 3-pointer by Kris Skersick to open the second half pushed the lead to 67-36 as the Flyers coasted to the win. Bagley never trailed in the game
Failing to take advantage of scoring opportunities resulted in the first tie of the season for the Park Rapids-Menahga-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley boys hockey team Tuesday night. The Panthers held a 51-21 advantage in shots on goal, but went 0-for-6 on the power play in settling for a 2-2 Mid-State Conference tie with Northern Lakes at the Ted O. Johnson Ice Arena. Andy Sorben gave Northern Lakes a 1-0 lead after the first period before goals by Sam Coborn and Levi Erickson gave the Panthers a 2-1 advantage in the second period.
In the first five games of the season, the Park Rapids boys basketball team struggled at the free-throw line. Even though the Panthers missed nine free throws early, making six clutch free throws down the stretch was the key in posting their first win of the season last Wednesday night. Christian Ridlon, Taylor Kimball and Chris Goplerud each made two free throws in the final five minutes to break open a 53-53 tie and give the Panthers a 63-59 victory over Frazee in the third-place game of the 10th annual Park Rapids Holiday Tournament at the Area High School gym. Kimball finished with 2
Not even the best offensive production of the season could lead the Park Rapids girls basketball team to its first victory of the season. The Panthers hit a season high for points, but fell to 0-8 with a 53-51 loss to Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley in the third-place game of the Pelican Rapids tournament last Wednesday night. The Panthers led at halftime for the first time this season, but CGB outscored the Panthers 30-22 in the second half for the win. Ashley Gilsdorf (14), Molly Montonye (11) and Savanna Sullivan (10) hit double figures to lead CGB, which improved to 1-4. Grace Bateman