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A 29-5 run to open the game sparked the Nevis girls basketball team to a 63-27 Northwoods Conference win over Blackduck last Friday night at the Tiger Arena. Two inside baskets apiece by Bettsy Hjelseth, Megan Norby and Riley Hanson led the Tigers to a 13-2 lead before a layup by Norby, a basket off a rebound by Jordan Walters, two layups by Hjelseth and two inside baskets by Hanson pushed the lead to 25-5 with 4:08 to play in the first half. A jumper by Hanson, a layup by Walters, a jumper by Norby and a jumper by Karly Drury gave Nevis a 33-12 advantage at the half. Blackduck cut the g
Tatum Sheley's 20 points and Autumn Ackerman's 12 points and 15 rebounds led Pine River-Backus to a 71-21 win over the Park Rapids girls basketball team last Friday night at the Area High School gym. Megan Felthous also hit double figures for the Tigers with 10 points. Charity Ridlon (8) and Katie Klein (6) combined for 14 points for the Panthers, who trailed 52-14 at the half.
Abram Aho's pin in the heavyweight match sent Fergus Falls to the Section 8AA semifinals and ended the dual season for the Park Rapids wrestling team. Park Rapids, the No. 5 seed, opened the section tournament with a 72-10 win over No. 12 East Grand Forks Saturday at Thief River Falls before the Panthers were eliminated with a 39-30 loss to No. 4 Fergus Falls in Saturday's quarterfinals. In the other first-round matches, No. 8 Staples-Motley defeated No. 9 Crookston 40-30, No. 6 Detroit Lakes eliminated No. 11 United Clay Becker 59-18 and No. 7 Fosston/Bagley defeated No.
Bagley used a 20-2 run to start the game, a 16-0 run to end the first half and a 21-0 run early in the second half to defeat the Park Rapids girls basketball team 69-14 Thursday night at the Area High School gym. A jumper by Charity Ridlon kept the Panthers within 6-2 with 13:59 to play in the first half when Bagley took control by scoring the next 14 points over the next 8:36.
Thursday night's 3-1 win at Detroit Lakes gave the Park Rapids-Menahga-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley boys hockey team the Mid-State Conference title and a six-game winning streak entering the Section 8A tournament. The Panthers, who ended the regular season with a 13-12 record, received the No. 5 seed for the section playoffs and will play No. 4 Crookston (8-16-1) Thursday night at 8:15 at Warroad. Crookston defeated Park Rapids twice during the regular season by scores of 5-4 in overtime and 6-0. In the other section quarterfinal game Thursday night at Warroad, No.
Perham captured its 10th consecutive title while the Park Rapids-Nevis gymnastics team finished sixth at Saturday's Section 8A meet at Fergus Falls. Perham led the 10-team field with 144.70 points while Detroit Lakes was second with a 142.40. The Panthers tallied 110.90 points. The Panthers' best event was vault where Emily Klingenberg's 8.40, Jessi Andersen's 8.275, Kayla Johnk's 7.75 and Sarah Harshman's 7.625 led to a 32.05.
Almost three months after leaving the pool, the members of the Park Rapids girls swimming and diving team had a chance to relive a record-setting season Sunday night. At their annual banquet, the Panthers celebrated a near-perfect season, which featured going 8-0 in dual meets, repeating as Section 8A True Team and Mid-State Conference champions, breaking four school records and tying the school record by qualifying for the state Class A meet in 10 events. Highlighting the season was having seniors Mandy Schirmers and Allycia Zinke, juniors Emily Creager and Katherine Erickson, and sophomo
An impressive run to end regulation play went for naught as Walker-Hackensack-Akeley escaped the Area High School gym last Thursday night with a 46-40 overtime victory over the Park Rapids girls basketball team. W-H-A held a 24-10 lead at the half and still led 34-20 with 11:16 to play before the Panthers rallied.
Kalvin Hagan and the 200-yard freestyle relay team of Sam Goebel, Connor Smythe, Jake Waggoner and Zach Eystad earned all-conference honors with winning performances at Friday night's Mid-State Conference boys swimming and diving meet at the Area High School pool. Hagan led the way in diving with 323.85 points while Goebel, Smythe, Waggoner and Eystad clocked a winning time of 1:37.04 in the 200 freestyle relay to lead Park Rapids to runner-up honors with 419 points.
Five wins in the final five matches rallied the Park Rapids wrestling team to a dramatic 36-34 win over Fosston/Bagley Thursday night at Fosston. The Panthers trailed 34-15 before wins by Forrest Drury, John Kyllonen, Cole Tretbar, Kyle Ritter and Brandon Ritter down the stretch led to a win in the regular-season finale. Nolan Booge's first-period pin at 106 pounds and Ben Baumgartner's forfeit win at 126 offset a pair of Park Rapids forfeits as the match was tied 12-12 after the first four matches. Fosston/Bagley won the next three matches to take a 30-12 lead before Zachary Steffen use