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Leah Dykhoff and Cassie Behl scored two goals apiece and Sam Gorka stopped 30 shots as the Blue Devils defeated the Litchfield. "The girls were able to establish a nice forecheck throughout most of the game which led to a couple of the goals," Blue Devils coach Jim Conrad said. Coming up with assists were Sam Holweger, Halley Maas and Sam Killian. LPGE/WDC 4, Litchfield 1 LPGE/WDC 2 2 0 - 4 Litchfield 0 1 0 - 1 First Period BD: Leah Dykhoff (unassisted) 12:30 BD: Cassie Behl (Sam Holweger) 16:50 Second Period BD: Behl (Halley Maas) 8:16 PP BD: Dykhoff (Sam Killian) 9:25 PP L
Dan Savoie would like to see his Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines get another shot at Little Falls after Monday night's wild 7-5 game at the Wadena Community Center. The visiting Flyers came out on top in the 12-goal game but the Wolverines showed some missing offensive punch by pushing five of their 18 shots on goal past Little Falls goalie Mike Sobieck. Tyler Muehler faced three times as many shots as Sobieck and still managed to keep his team in the hunt.
Norm Gallant's Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines put two Mid-State Conference victories in the book last Thursday as they edged Park Rapids 31-30 and topped Crosby-Ironton 42-26 on their home mats. Isaac Lustila turned the tables in the victory over Park Rapids when he defeated state-ranked Jarred Nash 9-3 in their 171-pound match. The Wolverines gave themselves a shot at the victory by winning five off the first six matches.
Boys' Hockey Willmar 5, Wadena-Deer Creek 0 Girls' Hockey Long Prairie-Grey Eagle/Wadena-Deer Creek 3, Pequot Lakes 2 Goals: Kylee Damm, Sam Holweger (PP), Leah Dykhoff Assists: Brooke Umland, Leah Dykhoff Saves: Sarah Holm 21 Girls' Basketball Perham 58, Wadena-Deer Creek 41 Courtney Volkmann 9pts,3 assts,5 reb Avery Jackson 8pts Emily Miron 1 5 pts, 6 reb, Kelsi Crawford 5 pts , 4 reb, 3 steals Hannah Toedter 5 pts, 6 reb Parkers Prairie 84, Verndale 33
Boys' Basketball Underwood 67, Verndale 49 Zack Meidinger 21 points Girls' Basketball New York Mills 76, Verndale 21 Amber Wendt 8 points, Elizabeth Johnson 7 Boys' Hockey Little Falls 7, Wadena-Deer Creek 5 Goals: Brandyn Swanson, Logan Meyer, Taylor Bienusa, David Najjar, Duke Harrison Assists: Meyer 2, Swanson Saves: Tyler Muehler 48
Scott Veronen and Jeremy Schwartz took their chairs for the first time Monday night as the District 818 school board kicked off the New Year. The Verndale High School graduates were elected to the board in November. Veronen is the manager of the Burger King in Staples. His wife Jennifer teaches kindergarten at Verndale and they have a child attending Verndale Elementary. Schwartz is a consultant with Alexandria Technical College.
Faced with the certainty of making additional cuts in the school budget this spring, the District 2155 board approved a dollar amount of $450,000 for budget cuts in the 2010-11 budget at its regular January meeting Monday night. The amount is a beginning number for Wadena-Deer Creek Superintendent Virginia Dahlstrom to work from in making recommendations for reductions or cuts. These are uncertain times for the state budget and the state is playing with the idea of having certain school districts "hold the check" until they can cover their aid payments by May 30. "This is what they have to
Tanner Lane ran right through the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines Tuesday night in helping Detroit Lakes tack up a 5-1 Mid-State Conference victory. The Detroit Lakes scoring ace collected a hat trick and added two assists as the Lakers swept the regular season series with WDC. Inspired by Lane's solid performance, the Lakers out-shot the Wolverines 53-16.
Four players scored in double figures as the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines snapped a 11-game slide last Thursday by crushing the Menahga Braves 80-35 in non-conference play. Avery Jackson paced the Wolverines with 15 tallies while Rachel Craig scored 12 and both Caitlin Volkmann and Hope Theisen had 10 off the bench. Jackson had a superb all-around game with eight rebounds, seven steals and four assists. "It was nice to get a win," WDC head coach Brian Silbernick said. "The girls were excited with the win.
The New York Mills Eagles won the first eight weights and took 12 of 14 overall Thursday in defeating Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale 66-12 in a Park Region Conference match. Jake Braaten and Amos Schmidt racked up forfeit victories for the Raiders at 152 and 171. Mills' Landyn Seawert, ranked fifth in the Class A state poll, scored a wild 21-15 decision over fourth-ranked Colin Turchin at heavyweight. New York Mills 66, Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale 12 103 Shane Novak (NYM) pinned Jackie Swenson (BHV) 2:35 112 Tommy Selander (NYM) pinned Hayden Truax (BHV) 1:05 119 Josh Bernu (NYM) pinned Dan Houchin