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Proctor Competes In Worlds Largest Trap Shoot

ALEXANDRIA, Minn- The Proctor Rails had a lot of success this week at the worlds largest trap shooting competition at Alexandria Shooting Park. Though the team fell short of state, Proctor’s Zack Ciurleo claimed the Class 3A High gun overall, shooting 50 straight in afternoon competition for a total of 98 out of 100.   Categories: Community, Features, Friday Night…

WEB EXTRA: Sights & Sounds of Opening Day at Wade Stadium

Huskies Face The Willmar Stingers for Thier First Home Game of 2017

DULUTH, Minn- It was a perfect evening at Wade Stadium, as the Duluth Huskies finally took their home turf after starting 3 and 1 on the road. Huskies played host to the Willmar Stingers, who were also 3 and 1 to start the season. The final score: Willmar Stingers 6, Duluth Huskies 4. Categories: College, High School, News – Latest…

Trent Klatt Steps Down As Grand Rapids Head Coach

Thunderhawks Bench Boss Retires To Persue Degree

Grand Rapids, Minn- After two season at the helm of their varsity hockey program, Head Coach Trent Klatt has decided to step down to pursue a degree. Katt and the Thunderhawks¬†finished with a final record of 23-7-1 and became Class AA Boy’s Hockey State Champions for the first time since 1980. Klatt was also named the 2016-17 American Family Insurance…

Rails’ Senior Duo Has Sights Set On State

Aase & Morin Have High Hopes For Final Season

PROCTOR, Minn- Proctor’s John Aase has been making plays on the diamond for years. Last season, along with senior catcher Jake Malec, the rails southpaw helped lead the team to a perfect section record and an appearance in the state tourney he won’t soon forget. Aase remembers, “Just one pitch I wish I could take back, it wasn’t even a…