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Two quick goals led East Grand Forks to a 4-1 win over the Park Rapids-Menahga-Nevis-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley girls hockey team Tuesday night at the Ted O. Johnson Ice Arena. Ashley Ayotte scored 11 seconds into the game and Tiffany Hanson followed with a power-play goal at the 2:09 mark to give the Green Wave a quick 2-0 lead.
Haley Wiebolt scored 16 of her game-high 22 points in the first half as Pequot Lakes jumped out to a 41-22 lead in posting a 71-36 win over the Park Rapids girls basketball team in a Mid-State Conference game Tuesday night at Pequot Lakes. Corrina Ruud added 18 points and Olivia Lane had 12 points and 16 rebounds for the Patriots, who improved to 5-0 in conference play and 15-0 overall. Pequot Lakes, which defeated the Panthers 67-54 earlier in the season, is rated No. 3 in the latest state Class AA poll.
Aaron Hrdlicka’s 23 points and seven rebounds led the Menahga boys basketball team in a 93-72 loss to Parkers Prairie Monday night at Menahga. Aaron Rudquist (16), Luke Wurdock (14) and Charles Haataja (12) also scored in double figures while Hrdlicka and Haataja had three assists and three steals each for the Braves, who fell to 6-11 on the season. Parkers Prairie improved to 9-8.
Aimee Lake’s 22 points, eight rebounds and six assists and Alyssa Peterson’s 20 points, 10 steals and five assists sparked the Menahga girls basketball team to an 80-50 victory over Walker-Hackensack-Akeley last Thursday night at Menahga. Lindsay Hendrickson added 10 points and eight rebounds, Cierra Ahlf also hauled down eight rebounds and Megan Hendrickson had six steals for the Braves. W-H-A fell to 9-6 with the loss.
Nevis jumped out to a 16-2 lead and led by double digits the entire second half in a 75-49 victory over the Park Rapids boys basketball team Thursday night at the Tiger Arena. Two layups and a 3-pointer by Michael Landquist, a 3-pointer by Griffin Chase, and layups by Tom Wormley and Jack Landquist sparked the Tigers to a 16-2 lead with 14:07 to play in the first half.
Ashton Clark and Cody Dravis captured individual titles as the Park Rapids wrestling team finished third at Friday’s Mid-State/Heart O’Lakes Conference meet at Lake Park. Clark pinned his way to the title at 106 pounds while Dravis used two pins and a minor decision to win the title at 152.
Gabie Johnson and Macky Warne led four players in double figures as the Park Rapids girls basketball team set a season high for points in an 86-64 Mid-State Conference win over Crosby-Ironton Friday night at the Area High School gym. Johnson scored 17 points and Warne hit four 3-pointers and added 16 points as the Panthers claimed a 49-30 lead at the half. Johnson and Jaiden McCollum scored 10 points apiece in the second half as the Panthers avenged a 68-58 loss at Crosby-Ironton in the season opener.
Spencer Fritze’s runner-up finish in diving led the Park Rapids boys swimming and diving team to fifth place at Saturday’s Section 5A True Team meet at Morris. Fritze compiled 378.55 points in diving for the Panthers’ top effort in this nine-team meet. The Panthers finished with 1,156 points in this meet that allows each team four entries in each event and all finishers receive points. Sartell-St. Stephen claimed the section title with 1,779.50 points.
Crookston scored three goals in the first 3:34 of the second period to spark a 5-3 win over the Park Rapids-Menahga-Nevis-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley boys hockey team Thursday night at Walker. In the first meeting between these two Section 8A rivals, Crookston scored three shorthanded goal in a span of 2:42 at the start of the third period and held a 37-15 advantage in shots on goal in an 8-0 victory.
A 1-2 showing by Reanne Warwick and Tristen Marcyes in all-around led Long Prairie-Grey Eagle to a 122.125-114.60 victory over the Park Rapids-Nevis gymnastics team Friday night at Long Prairie. Olivia Fischer took first in vault with an 8.70 while a pair of 8.40s by Brianna Nelson and Shelby Leckner and an 8.25 by Erin Tooker led to a 33.75 team score for the Panthers in that event.