It started as exercise. Now, 16 women from Cloquet, Esko and Carlton are taking their hockey a lot more seriously.RELATED CONTENT
At a special meeting on Monday night, the Cloquet School Board selected Ted Lammi to fill the unexpired term of Sandy Crowley, who resigned her position last month. Lammi, who has lived in CloquetRELATED CONTENT
In the eyes of Cloquet School Board chair Gary Huard, there were some unresolved issues springing from my column last week. And, true to his nature, he met those issues head on.RELATED CONTENT
Don’t look now, but there’s a Cloquet-Esko-Carlton spring sport that actually played a competitive match.RELATED CONTENT
Dave Esse will remain as the head coach of the Cloquet-Esko-Carlton boys hockey team after a 4-1 vote by the Cloquet School Board at its Monday night meeting.RELATED CONTENT
Dave Esse will remain as the head coach of the Cloquet-Esko-Carlton boys’ hockey team after a 4-1 vote by the Cloquet School Board at its Monday night meeting. Look for more details in the Pine Journal newspaper this Thursday.RELATED CONTENT
In the middle of nowhere Alaska, with a swollen face and astride a bicycle, Esko schoolteacher Charlie Farrow wasn’t worried about his physical condition. In fact, he was in his element.RELATED CONTENT
When their season starts, many tennis players talk about the latest clothing, racquet or technological innovation. If you’re on the Cloquet-Esko-Carlton boys tennis team, you talk about survival gear.RELATED CONTENT
The Cloquet-based Minnesota Wilderness junior hockey team is awaiting the winner of a best-of-three series between the Thunder Bay North Stars and Minnesota Iron Rangers to find out who they’re playing in this weekend’s playoff games.RELATED CONTENT
The Cloquet School Board met in closed session for two and a half hours at its Monday night meeting, but has not made a final determination on the coaching status of Cloquet-Esko-Carlton boys hockey coach Dave Esse.
Shh. Don’t talk about rankings yet, but Moose Lake-Willow River ought to get a nice boost from last weekend’s win in St. Paul. The Rebels headed to the Twin Cities for a matchup against Class AAAA St. Paul Como Park. Trouble, right?
Community college athletes who get in trouble with the law – it’s a sore subject in today’s sports world, but unfortunately it’s one that is becoming increasingly hard to avoid. The news this week of the arrest of a former Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College football player brings up the sore subject of athletes in trouble with the law.
Well, at least it was good for the game.... Sunday’s gold medal hockey game was great theater, another excellent hockey game between the United States and Canada and a fine advertisement for hockey the way it ought to be played.RELATED CONTENT
Viking fans were expecting to see improvement from their new quarterback on Monday night in Houston. I think they saw some, but if anyone is ready to proclaim mid-season form for Brett Favre, they’ve got another guess coming.RELATED CONTENT
Last weekend showed some of the frustrations of being a Twins fan. The organization that is, at least in theory, the model for major league baseball showed why the team built for moderate success is achieving its goal.RELATED CONTENT
On Monday, Jacques Lemaire got the chance to do what every good coach ought to get the chance to do. He left on his own terms.RELATED CONTENT
There are times when wonderful surprises happen in the world of sports. Witness the charge of University of Minnesota Duluth’s men’s hockey team in recent weeks, and how that charge captivated the community. It was exciting, it was great drama, and above all, it was successful.
To coin a phrase, it was the best of times and the worst of times. Anyone who saw it – and through the years, I would imagine tens of thousands more people than who were actually in the building will say that they did – will never forget it.
Over 25 years in this business, you see some goofy things from time to time.RELATED CONTENT