Cloquet senior Victor Foxx was the one who got in the way of standout Alex Illikainen during the Lumberjacks 51-29 win at rival Grand Rapids last Thursday.
Barnum had no problem working past the neighboring Bulldogs. Returning all five starters, the Bombers bolted off the game’s first 12 points, led by 25 at halftime and scored nine straight after the break, leaving no doubts about the game’s outcome.
During the Fond du Lac Ojibwe boys basketball practice Monday evening, Jordan Diver stepped outside the gymnasium and took a break from scoring. The sophomore scoring machine already has 79 points in two games as the lethal left-hander has headed the Ogichidaa to a pair of victories.RELATED CONTENT
A team-first attitude has continued to center the Cloquet-Esko wrestling program, now in its eighth year of existence.RELATED CONTENT
Hermantown managed a 77-70 upset over Class AA’s top-ranked Esko in a boys basketball win Monday in Esko.RELATED CONTENT
The Cloquet girls basketball looked better than all of their opponents at Monday night’s Lake Superior Kaylee McMillen, who aren’t very big, but can run fast.RELATED CONTENT
Girls basketball for the Eskomos will look different this season without the presence of Minnesota’s tallest-ever prep player — 6-foot-9 Savanna Trapp. However, Ashley Bergerson and her teammates return to ensure the results won’t change.RELATED CONTENT
Ezra Szczyrbak is in the field of 10 Mr. Football finalists to be honored Sunday, Dec. 8, at the Doubletree Hotel in St. Louis Park, Minn., where Minnesota’s top award will be given.RELATED CONTENT
The Cloquet baseball team took the long way to the Section 7AA championship game -- with a loss to Hermantown yesterday and a win over Proctor, plus another win over Hermantown at 2 p.m. today -- but they are playing the championship game at 4 p.m. today at Wade Stadium against ... you, guessed it, Hermantown again.RELATED CONTENT