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Balanced scoring sparked the Menahga girls basketball team to the title at the Upsala Tournament. Three players scored 13 points as the Braves opened the tournament with a 75-52 win over Cass Lake-Bena on Dec. 29 while another balanced attack led Menahga to a 48-37 win over Mora in the title game on Dec. 30. Those two wins lifted the Braves to 4-4 on the season. Braves defeat Cass Lake
Surviving a three-overtime thriller sent the Menahga boys basketball team to the championship game of the Northern Cass Holiday Tournament at Hunter, North Dakota. The Braves opened the tournament with an 85-84 triple-overtime victory over Park River on Dec. 29 before falling to Northern Cass 59-34 in the title game on Dec. 30. The split left Menahga with a 5-5 record. Braves outlast Park River
The Park Rapids-Menahga-Nevis-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley girls hockey team dropped both games at the Crookston Holiday Tournament. Fargo Davies defeated the Panthers 6-3 in the tournament opener on Dec. 29 and West Fargo defeated the Panthers 3-0 on Dec. 30. The two losses dropped the Panthers to 4-12-1 on the season. Davies defeats Panthers Fargo Davies scored two goals in each period to defeat the Panthers.
Hannah Bliss’ double-double led the Nevis girls basketball team to third place at the Walker-Hackensack-Akeley tournament. The Tigers opened the tournament with a 60-36 loss to Red Lake Falls on Dec. 29 before defeating Walker-Hackensack-Akeley 66-59 in the third-place game on Dec. 30. The split left Nevis with a 4-4 record. Olson leads RLF past Tigers
A 24-6 run in the second half led the Park Rapids girls basketball team to a 63-45 victory over Waubun at the Area High School gym on Dec.
Kevin Vaadeland walked off the first North Dakota State University spring football practice without the aid of a cane or any noticeable hint of arthritis. It’s sort of been the...
Helping Concordia University, St. Paul repeat as the NCAA Division II volleyball champion was the only goal Nevis’ Riley Hanson didn’t accomplish this season. Last season as a freshman, Hanson...
Strong second halves led the Nevis boys basketball team to a pair of Section 5A victories. The Tigers outscored Menahga 16-4 down the stretch in a 59-44 win last Thursday night and used a 40-20 run in the second half to spark a 63-47 win over Bertha-Hewitt last Friday night. Griffin Chase (13), Gavin Becker (12), Michael Landquist (10) and Courtland Chase (9) led a balanced scoring attack in the win over Menahga.
Chase Brand’s power-play goal with 5:25 to play completed a hat track and gave the Park Rapids-Menahga-Nevis-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley boys hockey team a 4-3 win over Kittson Central Tuesday night at the Walker Area Community Center. Brand opened the scoring at the 11:44 mark of the first period before Kittson Central tied the game on Billy Thorsteinson’s goal at the 14:00 mark. Kittson Central took a 3-1 lead on Dalton Klegstad’s shorthanded goal and Thorsteinson’s goal in the second period.
Chris Baxter’s pair of pins in the heavyweight match gave the Park Rapids wrestling team a pair of Mid-State Conference victories Tuesday night at Pine River. Baxter’s pin capped a comeback in a 38-36 victory over Pequot Lakes/Pine River-Backus and Baxter’s pin sealed a 43-33 win over Staples-Motley. PLPRB defeated Staples-Motley 51-15 in the other match. Ashton Clark’s 8-1 decision at 106, Landen Burlingame’s 17-5 major decision at 113 and Jared Sunram’s pin at 132 gave the Panthers a 13-12 lead against PLPRB.