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The Nevis volleyball team capped off another undefeated season in Northland Conference play with an easy victory over Kelliher/Northome Tuesday night. Nevis served 24 aces and had 27 kills in a 25-8, 25-11, 25-4 victory on Senior Night at the Tiger Arena. Riley Hanson had seven ace serves and 13 kills, Kate Dierkhising served six aces and 23 points, and Katie Becker had six kills as those three seniors played their final regular-season match at home. Denia Brown had six kills, four ace serves and 10 service points while Olivia Toft served three aces and had 26 set assists as the Tigers w
Nevis head coach Shawn Klimek credits his offensive line for playing a key role in the Tigers' success this season. Center Aaron Halik, guards Jake Keranen and Jordan Dudley, and ends Gerald Beckerleg and Courtland Chase once again provided the gaps and protection as Nevis compiled 516 yards in a 58-8 Great Northern Conference 9-man football win over Hill City last Friday night. "This group of guys has done a great job blocking this year," said Klimek. "Many times you see them blocking someone 40 or 50 yards down the field.
Stetson Burkman's 63-yard interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter sealed United North Central's 32-16 win over Wadena-Deer Creek in Prairie Conference North football game last Friday night at Wadena. After a scoreless first quarter, Jeff Skoog gave the Warriors an 8-0 lead with a 1-yard TD run and conversion midway through the second quarter. W-DC tied the game early in the third quarter on a 22-yard pass from Evan VanErp to Andrew VanErp. The Warriors reclaimed the lead on Jordan Yliniemi's 4-yard TD run, but Dylan Dumpprope's 1-yard TD reception gave W-DC a 16-14 lea
Pelican Rapids won the clutch points down the stretch to hand the Park Rapids volleyball team a 25-21, 25-23, 25-18 loss Monday night at the Area High School gym. The Panthers trailed 8-2 in Set 1 before a tip by Grace Bateman, a block and kill by Megan Grimes, and a kill by Alayna Young closed the gap to 10-6. The Panthers trailed 23-15 before two tips and a kill by Bateman and a kill by Grimes made it 23-21 before Pelican Rapids served out the set. In Set 2, ace serves by Bateman and Vaudrin gave the Panthers a 7-5 edge.
Jenny Skoog's 10 kills and Tarah Cleveland's 14 digs sparked the Menahga volleyball team to a 25-15, 25-14, 15-25, 26-24 win over Walker-Hackensack-Akeley Tuesday night at Walker. Maria Tormanen and Cleveland added seven kills each while Tarrin Mickelson served five aces and had 22 set assists as the Braves improved to 4-17 on the season.
One of the best serving performances of the season led the Park Rapids volleyball team to its first Mid-State Conference win of the season Thursday night. Serving 26 aces and pounding down 35 kills sparked the Panthers to a 25-10, 23-25, 25-16, 25-15 win over Crosby-Ironton at the Area High School gym. The Panthers dominated Set 1 as a kill and dig by Mady Vaudrin and an ace serve by Grace Bateman produced a quick 5-1 lead. An ace serve by Vaudrin and a kill by Megan Grimes made it 8-3 before Katelyn Hilmanowski served an ace and five points to push the advantage to 14-5.
The Park Rapids girls swimming and diving team ended the regular season with another decisive victory. The Panthers went 1-2 in the first two relays and had four 1-2-3 finishes in building a 97-41 lead en route to a 97-82 Mid-State Conference victory over Detroit Lakes Thursday night at the Area High School pool. Katherine Erickson, Tea Nyland, Ellen Hoffman and Seri Erickson opened the final dual meet of the season by winning the 200-yard medley relay in 2:06.30 while Hannah Williams, Jessie O'Hern, Elizabeth Nichols and Lauren Rossman followed in 2:08.49. Emily Creager (2:07.53), Paige
Self-inflicted turnovers were the only things that stopped Detroit Lakes' option offense in the first half of Friday night's Heart O'Lakes Conference North Division football game against Park Rapids. The Lakers overcame the cold, windy, snowy conditions by relying on a power running attack to score on five of their seven possessions in the first half in building a 33-14 lead. Quarterback Michael Herzog and fullback Jarret Nosal combined to rush for 317 yards and four touchdowns in the game in leading the Lakers to a 40-22 victory. "Detroit Lakes is a tough team, but we didn't come out pl
Perham backed up its No. 1 ranking in the state Class A poll with a near-perfect performance at Thursday's Perham Invitational boys cross-country meet. The Yellowjackets led the 13-team meet with 17 points. Park Rapids finished sixth with 141 points while United North Central was 10th with 311 points. In the girls meet, Moorhead claimed the team title with 22 points while Park Rapids finished seventh with 204 points and UNC was eighth with 208 points.
Losing twice to Pequot Lakes and Crookston during the regular season dropped the Park Rapids girls tennis team to the No. 4 seed for the Section 8A tournament. The Panthers, who finished the regular season with a 12-5 record, will open the section tournament Tuesday against No. 5 East Grand Forks at 12:30 p.m. at the Grand Forks Center Court Fitness Club. The Panthers defeated EGF 6-1 during the regular season. No. 8 Perham hosts No. 9 New York Mills in a first-round match Monday. The other quarterfinal matches Tuesday pit No. 1 Staples-Motley hosting Perham or New York Mills, No.