Minnesota Goes Home With Two Wins From UMD

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.

Hibbing’s Perunovich is Able to Focus with Early Commitment

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.”

Denfeld’s Reinertsen Deals with Change of Scenery

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.

Making the Cut: Kicking it with Duluth East

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.”

Making the Cut: Serving it up with Virginia

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.”