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When the contractors started building Target Field the Twin Cities media predicted 2010 would be a great year for the Minnesota Twins. They were right - up to a certain point. That Minnesota team won the American League Central Division with a 94-68 record. They also set the sixth-best attendance mark in baseball drawing 3,223,640 fans to their beautiful park..
The Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale Raiders won the final four weight classes Saturday en route to a 44-31 victory over Border West in the Section 6A team championship match at Pelican Rapids. …...
Brandon Klipping, Zack Landman, Tristan Knott and Matt Eskeli scored two goals each Saturday as Red Lake Falls topped Wadena-Deer Creek 8-0. Coming off an 8-2 loss to Prairie Centre Friday night the Wolverines were playing with less than 24 hours of rest. They managed only 16 shots on goal against Red Lake Falls' Wyatt Casavan. Reid Miller stopped 30 shots in the loss. The Wolverines lost their fifth straight and fell to 4-19-1. The Eagles went to 10-10-3. WDC 0 0 0 — 0 RLF 1 5 2 — 8 First Period
The 10th-seeded Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines will open the Section 6A hockey playoffs Saturday playing seventh-seeded Prairie Centre in a 7 p.m. game at Long Prairie. The Wolverines enter the play-in...
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Alex Pederson iced two goals and Shania Johnson stopped 17 shots Friday as the Park Rapids Panthers blanked Long Prairie-Grey Eagle/Wadena-Deer Creek 2-0 in the regular season finale for both clubs. The Blue Devils ended the season with an 8-15-1 record while Park Rapids posted a 12-12-1 mark. The Panthers will take a four-game winning streak into the section playoffs. Angela Hanson kicked out 33 Park Rapids shots. The Section 6A quarterfinals begin Saturday. LPGE/WDC 0 0 0 - 0 Park Rapids 1 1 0 - 2 First Period
Kaleb Thalmann scored the game-winner with six seconds left Friday night to lift the Henning Hornets over the Verndale Pirates 64-62 in a Park Region Conference showdown. Verndale head coach Jordan Hinkle credited Thalmann with a nice move off a block to make the winning basket.
The Verndale Pirates converted on six treys in the first half Monday night en route to a 64-40 shelling of the Rockets. Jordyn Glenz poured in 18 points for the Pirates while Shania Glenz canned 14 and Sarah Moenkedick scored 10. The Pirates converted on eight of their 17 three-pointers for a 47 percent clip. Jordyn Glenz led a balanced rebounding effort by the Pirates with eight boards. Moenkedick and Keila Schmitz both grabbed six. Freshman Jacey Ross was Underwood's top scorer with eight points. Kenzie Aasness added seven.
Andy Bounds scored a pin at 220 and Dalton Baker received a forfeit at 285 Monday as the Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale Raiders rallied to edge Border West 42-26 in a triangular meet. The Raiders won the triangular by defeating Breckenridge 38-6. Anthony Kern and Zach Waln were double winners for the Raiders. Kern pinned Border West's Dakota Andrews at the 2:36 mark of their 106 pound match. Kern won by forfeit against Breckenridge. Waln won his 132-pound match with Border West by forfeit and pinned Tony Emerfall of Breckenridge at the1:06 mark.
Christian Hedstrom came up with 21 points in powering Mid-State Conference leader Detroit Lakes past Wadena-Deer Creek Friday in Detroit Lakes. The Lakers out-played the Wolverines 43-8 in the second half. The Lakers improved to 7-1 in the conference and 12-5 overall. Robb Flint's club finished the month of January with a 7-2 record. Jared Reinitz and Blake Connell led the Wolverines with 11 and 10 points respectively. The Wolverines, who are 3-17 overall and winless in the Mid-State, have a game on tap Thursday at Sebeka. DETROIT LAKES (82)