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Girls' Basketball Section 5A Sebeka 63, Bertha-Hewitt 55 Barnum 69, Northland 44 Next: Section 5A Championship, Sebeka vs. Barnum at Crosby-Ironton, Friday, 7 p.m. Section 6A New York Mills 58, Norman County East 49 Parkers Prairie 43, Hancock 42 Next: Section 6A Championship, New York Mills vs. Parkers Prairie at UM-Morris, Friday, 6 p.m. Section 8AA Hawley 59, Pequot Lakes 44 East Grand Forks 66, Warroad 30 Next: Section 8AA Championship, Hawley vs. East Grand Forks at Concordia-Moorhead, Friday, 7 p.m.
Boxing Wadena Golden Gloves Card Double Main Event John Geyer (St. Cloud) dec. DeWayne Steward (Wadena) Tom Fanjoy (Brainerd) split dec. T.J. Steward (Wadena) Trent Petro (Wadena) split dec. Shane Kern (Detroit Lakes) John LaPlant (St. Cloud) RSC 2nd Rd. Justin Isaacson (Wadena) Sergio Garcia (Fergus Falls) dec. Brandon Hall (Wadena) Josh Holtz (Brainerd) RSC 2nd Rd. Eugene Garcia (Fergus Falls) Kira Ollila (Wadena) dec. Letesha Anderson (Detroit Lakes) Cody Reberg (St. Cloud) dec. Jeremy Hoemberg (Wadena) Sam Davidson (Wadena) RSC 1st Rd.
Boys' Basketball Wadena-Deer Creek 69, Pelican Rapids 60 Scott Syverson 23 pts, Jordan Reed 20 pts, Ryan Nelson 11 pts, Kevin Tumberg 10 pts. Next: Wadena-Deer Creek (7) at Hawley (2), Thursday, March 11, 7 p.m. Wrestling Class A State Individual Tournament 112 Mitch Steffens (WDC) dec.
A Minnesota Walk-in Program for hunters might be approaching the table this year but it would be a little surprising to see it pass until the state's financial situation is off life support. There is a strong scent of self interest from the metro area on this one but no matter, these programs pay landowners to allow hunters to go after game on their property.
Sierra Benning pumped in 25 points as the seventh-ranked Eagle Valley Rebels ousted 10th-ranked Verndale from the Section 5A playoffs with a 64-44 victory. The Rebels were 15 of 19 from the free throw line. Danielle Pratt netted 15 for the Rebels. Trista Finck came up with 15 points in the loss. The Pirates ended the season with a 5-21 record. VERNDALE (44) L. Yungbauer 1, T. Finck 15, E. Johnson 9, J. Schluttner 2, A. Richter 2, A. Wendt 8, C. Collison 7. Totals:15/1 11-20 44 EAGLE VALLEY (64) B. Salathe 4, T. Egeness 8, D. Pratt 15, C. Long 4, S. Benning 25, B. Schumann 6, C.
The Nevis Tigers clobbered Verndale 77-41 Tuesday but Zack Meidinger got the 14 points he needed to reach the 1,000-point mark. The Tigers roared to a 44-22 halftime lead and held Verndale to just 19 second half points for the 19th win in 25 games. Dylan Stenberg paced the Tigers with 23 points while Nolan Toft tallied 21 and Shawn Anglin chipped in with 13. Caleb Burczyk scored 10 points for the Pirates who bowed to 2-22. The Pirates have been seeded 11th in the upcoming Section 5A playoffs and will travel to Menahga Monday for a 7 p.m. game with the sixth-seeded Braves. NEVIS (77) H.
Mattie and Emily Lueck combined for 32 points Friday night as the Pequot Lakes Patriots snapped a six-game winning streak by Wadena-Deer Creek with a 62-43 Mid-State Conference victory. Kayla Wangen and Kylie Beltz also reached double figures by scoring 11 points apiece as the Patriots locked up the Mid-State Conference title. The regular season finale for both clubs saw the Wolverines losing for just the second time since Jan. 19.
Ben Bucholz poured in 32 points as the Perham Yellowjackets handed the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines their most lop-sided loss in a month Thursday night, 82-63. The Yellowjackets racked up an impressive 47 points in the first half of play and went into halftime with a 15-point lead. Zach Gabbard and Nick Tobkin backed up Buchholz with 14 points apiece. The Yellowjackets topped the 80-point mark for the fifth time this year as they improved their record to 18-5.
Placing 11 of 13 wrestlers in the Section 6A individual tournament last Saturday in New York Mills told Norm Gallant some good things about his Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines. Namely, that next year's team could be one of his strongest. Gallant will only be losing two of the wrestlers that competed for Wadena-Deer Creek to graduation. Mitch Steffens (112), Jordan Rentz (130) and Jacob Wegscheid (140) qualified for their first trips to state and figure to be top candidates again next season.
We all meet unforgettable people in our lives. One of mine is my Grandma Hulda. Looking back I would have to say that what she embraced was the joy of living. A small town girl from the prairies of South Dakota, she knew hard work and hard times but she had a lot of "pep" and she liked to "kick up her heels." She would tell us stories about riding to dances in the surrounding small towns on the train. Romance was something to flirt with and enjoy. She used to laugh about the time she found herself with two dates on the same night.