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There are going to be some obvious changes for the Park Rapids boys and girls cross-country teams this fall. The biggest change for the boys is the absence of three-time all-state runner Isaac Overmyer, who graduated after capping off his career with a runner-up finish at last year’s state Class A meet. The biggest changes for the girls will be running a longer course (going from 4,000 meters to 5,000 meters) and replacing three runners who competed at state. Head coach Kerry Johnson has hig
Despite having low numbers and coming off a winless campaign, Jeremy Nordick is counting on an improved season from the United North Central football team. The Warriors went 0-5 in the Prairie North Conference and 0-9 overall last fall, ending the season with a 44-6 loss to Frazee in the first round of the Section 8AA playoffs. UNC has to replace five all-conference players in quarterback/defensive back Tyler Eckman, running back/linebacker Jeff Erickson, and linemen Tristan Palmer, Alex Schwartz and Jake Shepersky.
Isaiah Hahn will be counting on his three returning starters to lead the way for the Menahga volleyball team this season. Graduating from last year’s team that went 0-6 in Park Region Conference play and 5-22 overall were right-side hitter Elyse Skoog, setter Lakyn Anderson, middle hitter Stacy Holmer, outside hitter Jodi Skoog and middle hitter Kendall Koch. Returning to lead the Braves this season are senior middle hitter Danielle Novak, junior setter Alayna Lake and sophomore outside hitter Leah Schwartz.
Steve Schreiber is expecting successful seasons from both the United North Central cross-country teams. The girls return six runners from a team that finished fourth at last year’s Section 8A meet while the boys return four runners from a team that placed 11th at the section meet. Leading the girls will be freshman Alyssa Peterson, freshman Annika Aho, junior Anna Olson, freshman Cierra Ahlf, senior Jen Stifter and freshman Megan Hendrickson. Peterson finished 13th at t
Dani Novak, Lindsey Hendrickson and Leah Schwartz tallied two kills each as the Menahga volleyball team opened the season with a 25-8, 25-10, 25-16 loss to Browerville/Eagle Valley Thursday night at Menahga. Novak added three solo blocks, Alyana Lake had six set assists and Sam Sabin had eight digs for the Braves. Menahga statistics
Sweeping the top three singles and doubles positions led the Park Rapids girls tennis team to a split of dual meets at Sauk Centre last Wednesday. Sauk Centre won matches...
Heidi Wormley is once again counting on the Nevis volleyball team to be a contender for the Section 5A title. Despite graduating middle hitter Denia Brown (who led the team...
Pelican Rapids’ offense managed only 101 yards as United North Central’s defense recorded another shutout to spark a 40-0 victory Friday night at Sebeka. UNC, which opened the season with a 6-0 win at Park Rapids, compiled 397 yards in offense in coasting to the win. Tom Tellers opened the scoring with a 4-yard touchdown run and conversion in the first quarter before the Warriors scored three times in the second quarter to carry a 28-0 lead into the break.
Replacing last year’s talented senior class is going to be a challenge for Shawn Klimek and the Nevis football team. A year ago, the Tigers went 7-1 to share the...
Five different players scored touchdowns as the Nevis 9-man football team compiled 401 yards on the ground to open the season with a 42-8 rout at Bigfork last Saturday night...