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Photo by Brian Hansel A tom turkey catches the rays of the afternoon sun Saturday under a board that once held a sign.
Lauren Norgren's hat trick paced the Fergus Falls Otters in a 6-0 win over Long Prairie-Grey Eagle/Wadena-Deer Creek Tuesday night at the Expo Arena in Long Prairie. Aimee Magnusson, Madi Hershner and Sydney Kuehl also iced goals for the Otters. The Otters out-shot the Blue Devils 59-6. Robbinsdale Cooper 4, LPGE/WDC 1 Kelly Sandhofer held the Blue Devils scoreless for the final two periods Dec. 29 helping Robbinsdale Cooper to earn a Schwan Cup Green Division win. Kaitlyn Miller gave Cooper a 1-0 lead in the first period with an unassisted goal.
Teresa Moenkedick scored 18 points and Kaitlin Richter grabbed 10 rebounds Tuesday as the Verndale Pirates clipped Browerville 57-50 on the Verndale court. Elizabeth Johnson came up with 10 point in the victory which was Verndale's first since Dec. 16. Art Schluttner's team improved to 3-6 on the season. Kenley Johnson scored 20 points for Browerville and Kayla Dreher added 13. BROWERVILLE (50) K. Johnson 20, T. Oberg 5, M. Hegseth 2, K. Dreher 13, H. Sticha 2, J. Thompson 8. Totals: 13/4 12-23 50 VERNDALE (57) L. Yungbauer 6, E. Johnson 10, K. Richter 7, J. Schluttner 5, M.
The Wadena Boxing Club will have 10 fighters featured on a Jan. 15 card at the Wadena Armory. The 7:30 p.m. card will have 12 fights. Joining Wadena will be teams from White Earth, Willmar, St. Cloud, Brainerd, Detroit Lakes, Duluth and Minneapolis. Seeing action for Wadena will be DeWayne Steward (165). Justin Isaacson (200), Elliot Sandberg (200), Patrick Szathmary (185), John Johnson (147), Sam Davidson (168), Matt Umland (75), Kevin Harper (112), Colby Knudson (165) and Julie Jackson (110).
Tom VanErp's Wadena-Deer Creek cagers left their best basketball at home Dec. 29 as they fell to the Fergus Falls Otters 43-33 in the Otter Holiday Classic. "We didn't play with a lot of energy for most of the game," VanErp said. "We missed many easy shots, especially early in the game." The Wolverines were rusty after a 12-day layoff. They connected on only one of their 13 three-point shots on the new Kennedy Secondary court and made just 11 of their 47 field goal shots for a 23.4 percent clip.
A Fergus Falls crew on a three-game winning streak out-shot Wadena-Deer Creek 50-13 Tuesday night to post an 8-1 victory in Long Prairie. Six different players scored goals for the Otters. Mitchell Swanson broke up a Fergus shutout in the second period when he scored with assists from Christian Berg and David Najjar. FF 2 3 3 - 8 WDC 0 1 0 - 1 First Period FF: Cody Ward (unassisted) 8:26 FF: Cole Sonstebo (Casey Ward) 14:30 Second Period FF: Joe Nathe (Casey Ward) 4:30 FF: Bradie Wahlgren (Cody Briese, Peter Gaustad) 5:31 WDC: Mitchell Swanson (Christian Berg, David Najjar) 8:
Skylar Schwab will grow up hearing a fantastic story. Tri-County Hospital's first baby of 2011 arrived Jan. 1 and the baby girl was given her name for an amazing episode that occurred seven months ago. Skylar's mother, Samantha, was in the third month of her pregnancy when a twister roared over the Troy Manselle farm two miles southwest of Bluffton on the afternoon of June 17. Skylar's parents, Samantha and Gene, and Samantha's cousin, Manly Beach, were in the house when they saw the twister approaching.
Girls' Basketball Wadena-Deer Creek 62, Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton 38 WDC: Emily Miron 16 points, 12 rebounds Caitlin Volkmann 12 points Avery Jackson 10 points Kelsi Crawford 10 points WDC now 8-1 Verndale 57, Browerville 50 V: Teresa Moenkedick 18 points Elizabeth Johnson 10 points Boys' Hockey Fergus Falls 8, Wadena-Deer Creek 1 WDC: Mitchell Swanson 1 goal; Christian Berg, David Najjar 1 assist Girls' Hockey Fergus Falls 6, Long Prairie-Grey Eagle/Wadena-Deer Creek 0
Viking fans will always remember 2010 as the year the wheels fell off -- but take heart, we are not alone. Some teams have had fantastic seasons. Other clubs are just wondering what went wrong. Last year, the Vikes were in the penthouse. This has just not been their year. You can say it started in August when Brett Favre had to be coaxed into camp like a donkey with carrot (or a lot of lettuce) held just in front of his nose. Camp had barely started when we started hearing about Percy Harvin's migraines.
A farmer near Henning was looking out a window of his home one night during a full moon recently and realized one of his fields was "crawling." He knew what the four-legged invaders were and before he was done he had counted 24 of them. Whitetail deer and wild turkey are pretty bold this winter as the snow amounts increase. Both can be a problem for livestock growers. DNR wildlife manager Rob Naplin of Park Rapids has been monitoring snow depths. Snow in the forested country around Park Rapids is around one foot. The snow depth in the Wadena area has been near eight inches.