SPORTS - WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 2017
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Posted on 04-19-2017
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL -
LOGAN WILMER AND NICK STREIFF EACH HAD THREE HITS AND WARROAD BLASTED THE NORTHERN FREEZE 17-1 (FIVE INNINGS). JARET FURUSETH EARNED THE WIN.

BRYDEN SWENSON WAS THE WINNER AS KITTSON COUNTY CENTRAL TOPPED BADGER-GREENBUSH-MIDDLE RIVER 12-2 (FIVE INNINGS). DYLAN HEGGEDAL HAD TWO HITS FOR THE GATORS.

DESPITE JUST TWO HITS, RED LAKE COUNTY EDGED CROOKSTON 5-4.




HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL -
WARROAD SCORED FOUR RUNS IN THE FIFTH INNINGS AND BEAT B-G-MR 5-2. ELISE ANDERSON GOT THE WIN; CARLY MEKASH HAD 3 HITS FOR THE GATORS.




ROSEAU WAS 7TH AT THE PELICAN RAPIDS GIRLS GOLF INVITATIONAL. CROOKSTON WAS THE TEAM WINNER, LED BY MEDALIST ALLIE TIEDEMANN’S 88.




GRANT POTULNY HAS BEEN NAMED MEN'S HOCKEY COACH AT NORTHERN MICHIGAN; HE’S BEEN AN ASSISTANT AT MINNESOTA THE PAST EIGHT YEARS.




A GRAND FORKS HERALD STORY SAYS UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA PRESIDENT MARK KENNEDY IS TELLING WOMEN'S HOCKEY SUPPORTERS THEY’LL NEED TO FIND SIXTY MILLION DOLLARS TO KEEP THAT PROGRAM ALIVE.