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Megan Norby served Nevis to early leads in all three sets as the Tigers rolled past Pillager Tuesday night in the quarterfinals of the Section 5A volleyball tournament. Nevis jumped out to leads of 11-0 in Set 1, 8-0 in Set 2 and 9-1 in Set 3 en route to a 25-9, 25-11, 25-12 victory at the Tiger Arena. The Tigers, the top seed in the Northeast portion of the section bracket, dominated all three sets in eliminating the No. 2-seeded Huskies. Norby served three aces during a 10-0 run as the Tigers jumped out to an 11-0 lead in Set 1.
All six members of the Park Rapids girls cross-country team fulfilled their roles as the Panthers fulfilled their quest of returning to the state Class A meet. Junior Lydia Lutz and sophomores Kaylee Hilmanowski and Morgan Olson were determined to get back to state after helping the Panthers claim the Section 8A runner-up trophy and finish fifth at last year's state meet. Despite being new to the program, junior Shelby Pierce, sophomore Lora Remus and freshman Alex Pederson were just as determined to help the Panthers earn another state berth. Those six delivered last Friday by leading t
Some big offensive plays and some big defensive stops helped the Nevis 9-man football team advance to the Section 6 championship game. Zach Anderson threw three touchdown passes to offset four touchdowns by Dillon Stevens in leading the Tigers to a 32-24 victory over Ulen-Hitterdal last Saturday night at Nevis. Sean Howes opened the scoring on the opening series with a 65-yard TD run and kicked the extra point to give the No.
Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton served 17 aces to open the Section 8AA volleyball tournament with a 25-11, 25-7, 25-12 win over Park Rapids last Thursday night at Glyndon. The Rebels, who were ranked No.
Nevis junior Bryon Schuldt and United North Central senior Jonathan Miller fulfilled their goals at Bagley Friday by earning trips to the state Class A boys cross-country meet. Schuldt, who is ranked No. 5 in the latest state Class A poll, repeated as the Section 8A champion by covering the 5,000-meter course with a winning time of 16 minutes, 15 seconds to earn his third consecutive state trip. Meanwhile, Miller finished fourth in 16:37 to qualify for his first state meet. The top-10 individuals on Friday advance to the state meet. Thief River Falls' Brenden Skime, who is rated No.
Despite having only three healthy runners back from last year's team, Kerry Johnson was confident the Park Rapids girls cross-country team could return to the state Class A meet. Led by Lydia Lutz's individual runner-up finish, the Panthers used a runner-up finish as a team at Friday's Section 8A meet at Bagley to fulfill that quest. Perham, which is rated No. 10 in the latest state Class A poll, repeated as section champs with 84 points while the Panthers were next with 102 points. Warroad finished third with 113 points and Roseau was fourth with 115 points.
Park Rapids' Alyssa Carlson and Christina Smith fulfilled their main goal at the state Class A girls tennis tournament. Carlson and Smith became only the second doubles team in Park Rapids history to win a match at the state tournament.
Todd Fritze wanted the three seniors on this year's Park Rapids girls swimming and diving team to pose with the Mid-State Conference trophy. Melissa Haas, Leah Meinert and Taylor Ondracek received that wish Friday night as the Panthers dominated the conference meet at the Area High School pool. Despite winning only three events, the Panthers relied on their depth to compile 465 points to easily finish ahead of defending champion Perham/New York Mills' 364 total.
Five minutes into Tuesday night's Section 8AAA football playoff game, it appeared Pequot Lakes was on its way to another easy win over Park Rapids. A pair of 6-yard touchdown runs by Logan Lange and Nevin Greer gave Pequot Lakes a quick 16-0 lead with 7:04 to play in the first quarter. The top-seeded Patriots would go on for a 22-0 victory, but Park Rapids' defense kept the Panthers in the game, which was played in a mix of rain and snow. Pequot Lakes, which was ranked No.
The Park Rapids girls swimming and diving team finished ninth at Friday night's state Class A True Team meet at the University of Minnesota Aquatic Center. Monticello won the state title with 2,149 points.