Former Minnesota Vikings defensive end Jared Allen officially announced his retirement from the NFL Thursday by “riding off into the sunset.”
Many Proctor-Hermantown Players were on 2014 State Team
Girls hockey playoffs in Minnesota wrap up this week as the MSHSL State Tournament starts Wednesday with Class A quarterfinals. For the second time in three years, Proctor-Hermantown is the Sec. 7 champ.
Northland Teams Skate for State in 7AA, 7A, & 5A
Tuesday’s High School Hockey Playoff Schedule
Proctor-Hermantown Girls Headed to State Tournament
The Wild and interim coach John Torchetti won’t be at the Xcel Energy Center for more than a week because Girls State Hockey moves in, starting February 17th.
Bremel came in fifth in alpine skiing at the Minnesota state meet
Skiing runs in Mckenzie Bremel’s family.”My dad is the assistant coach for the high school team so he kind of got me into racing. He raced in high school when he was younger, so he got me in to it,” Bremel said.
The Bulldogs lost two in a row to the golden gophers
Before Friday the bulldogs were on a three game win streak and looking like themselves again after a rough January. Then the golden gophers came to town and UMD took a hard loss last night to Minnesota 3 to 7. Saturday they went round two with Minnesota.
Greyhounds wins by major margin in Superior
Across the bridge prep hockey is coming to an end for the boys in Superior playing their last game tonight against Duluth East.
Teams have met in the finals the past four years
Proctor–Hermantown and Hibbing–Chisholm will face off out on the ice for the 7A championship. If this sounds like déjà vu it’s because this is the fourth straight year these two have met in the finals.
Island Lake Hosts Bulldogs Fundraiser
One of the areas largest ice fishing tournaments returns to Island lake, UMD’s 15th annual Big Jig Contest
Proctor-Hermantown outscores Moose Lake 6-1
The no. 1 seeded Proctor–Hermantown ladies took the ice for the first time this post–season after earning themselves a first round bye and they showed moose lake why they had earned that number one seed.
Kotyk will miss Tuesday's game against Bemidji State
A hit during Saturday’s game is costing one UMD defensemen some playing time.
Noah Pauley played and was previously a part of the UMD staff
UMD has replaced former offensive coordinated Dan Larson with a familiar face.
River Alander Named Finalist For Frank Brimsek Award
Every hockey team needs a leader out on the ice. Someone who can handle pressure when things get tough, lucky for Denfeld they’ve found that in one of their seniors and they aren’t the only one’s taking notice.
Newton Named NSIC North Division Player of the Week
Over on the hardwood UMD senior guard Pierre Newton has people talking.
Greyhounds Took Down Lumberjacks 6-3
Duluth East has been on fire lately, winning their past six games. Monday night CEC tried to stop that streak.
Miler and Zwak have played together for four years.
Many teams have one star player but the Duluth East basketball team is lucky enough to have two.
The schedule for the highly-anticipated Hockey Day Minnesota event in Duluth has been released.
Denfeld takes the home win over North Shore 5-3
Denfeld on a four-game losing streak, gets the win after a close match.
Hawks win 4-1 over CEC
Hermantown brought CEC to town and the Hawks were playing for the title.
Team hopes to return in 2017
Last summer, there were rumblings that Duluth Marshall wouldn’t have enough players for a varsity team, but a late surge barely filled out the roster, that won’t be the case for 2016.
Boxers Had Confrontation After Sands' Fight Jan. 22nd
Friday night, Duluth boxer ‘The Haitian Temptation’ Al Sands got back in the win column and broke what he called “The Hinckley curse” with a 2nd round TKO of Gary Tapusoa.
Twins Players, Manager, GM All Attended
The Minnesota Twins caravan made stops in 40 communities within 10 days. And on Thursday, they made their final stop of the first week in Duluth.
Undefeated Solon Springs Could Make Dist. History
The Solon Springs School District has strong community backing, great students and an undefeated basketball team. But that excitement might not be enough in the end because of serious financial concerns.
Superior Senior Basketball Player
On this week’s Northern Star, a Superior senior has been growing his whole life, and will continue to grow right here in the Northland.
Blitz on the look out for new talent for next season.
Football season is coming to a close in the NFL but for the Northland Blitz they are just gearing up. On Saturday they held a clinic tryout for those interested in playing this summer.
Dan Larson to become UW-Eau Claire's Head Football Coach.
Former UMD offensive coordinator Dan Larson has found himself a new job for next football season.
Denfeld takes the win 4-0
Denfeld took on Proctor during Youth Hockey Night.
Former Grand Rapids Star Left Nebraska Omaha Last Semester
Former Minnesota Mr. Hockey Avery Peterson will enroll at the University of Minnesota Duluth and join the Bulldog hockey program when the spring semester starts.
7'2" Sophomore Stepping in to Big Role with Eskomos
Basketball is a sport enjoyed by many. But for some it goes beyond the domaine casual sport and develops into a lifelong passion. For Esko’s Adam Trapp, basketball is in his blood.
St. Louis Park puts two in the net for a win.
The Annual Heritage Holiday Classic hosts Duluth Denfeld and St. Louis Park match-up.
Esko takes the W, 84-31.
Esko Coaches Classic Heats Up.
Junior Verbally Committed to Play for UMD in Early 2015
Getting an offer to play hockey for the University of Minnesota Duluth was a dream come true for Scott Perunovich.”I’ve wanted to play there since I was a little kid,” Perunovich said of UMD. “My uncle Doug Torrel played at UMD. A good friend Davey Johnson also played there.”
Section Final Rematch Goes to Road Team
The Barnum Bombers led 14-10 at the half, and extended the lead with rebounding and clutch shooting in the second half.
Hockey players bring cheer to pediatric patients
At St. Mary’s hospital the halls were filled with hockey players.
Vikings get kids active while promoting winter fest.
The Vikings organization made the trip all the way up from Minneapolis today. The play 60 event stopped here to get kids exercising and moving. It also gave the Vikings a chance to announce a winter event coming February.
Construction almost over for US Bank Stadium
For 15 months Minneapolis has watched as U.S. Bank Stadium has been built but the end of construction is finally in sight.
North Dakota-Bound Senior Chose Thunderhawks Over USHL
It’s a choice many hockey players face. Play your senior season for your high school, or try your hand at junior hockey. Grand Rapids’ Mitchell Mattson chose the former.
Hardwood Rivals Faceoff
Senior Forward Played at Lakeview Christian Until This Season
As a junior, Eva Reinertsen scored her 1,000th career point for Lakeview Christian Academy, the first Lion girl to reach that milestone. However, a lack of players forced Lakeview to suspend its program this year, leaving Eva without a team mere weeks before the start of her senior season.
Women Earn First Victory; Men 2-0 in Conference Play
The UMD Bulldog basketball teams swept the UM-Crookston Golden Eagles, in Romano Gym, Friday night.
Men win, Women lose against St. Cloud State.
UMD split it’s basketball conference season opener, as the women fell to St. Cloud State and the men won.
Washburn Senior Recently Signed Letter of Intent to Play for Bulldogs
As preseason basketball practice grinds on in Washburn, the Castle Guards’ big man has one less worry.
The man convicted of killing the son of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was sentenced to life in prison.
Nick Tries Out for the Duluth East Soccer Team
“Hey everybody is this week’s ‘Making the Cut’ I am at Duluth East High School with the reigning Section 7AA champ Greyhounds. I’m joined by coach Bremer. Coach, you guys are the reigning champs, what are you looking for in your players that you want to see on the field, to make your team?””Well, when we’re going through tryouts some of the things we look for are shooting, passing, dribbling and things like that. Positioning, communication, hustle, all of those things factor in when we’re looking at players to make the cut.”
A Mix of Shooting and Color
Some see paintball as a sport with a specific audience, but Jeff Olson, a Superior paintball player believes this is a sport for everyone.
Nick Picked up a Racket and Tried out for the Virginia Tennis Team
“Hey everybody. In this edition of ‘Making the Cut’ I’m going to take my talents to the tennis courts with the reigning section 7A champs, Virginia. I’m here with coach Mauston. Coach, what skills and what are you looking at from me to make the cut of your team?””Well I think Nick, the most important thing I can tell you, have a great attitude, work hard and make sure you’re having fun because that’s the name of the game here in Virginia. It’s worked well for coach Gunderson and myself for many, many years.”
Nick Hit the Volleyball Court to put his Skills to the Test
FOX 21’s Nick Franck tries out for Carlton High School’s varsity volleyball team.
Vikings Sec. 7A Title was First in School History, First in Any Sport Since 2007
Cook County High School was in the school’s first ever trip to the volleyball state tournament. And even with plenty of familiar faces in the stands, Viking playerss couldn’t avoid a few wide–eyed stares.
Nick Dove in the Pool without the use of Flippers
FOX 21’s Nick Franck tries out for the Grand Rapids varsity swim team.
Special Teams Cost UMD Against Denver
The 8th ranked Pioneers defeated the Bulldogs, Friday.