STAFF BLOG RINK & RUN NHL Draft Prospect: Adam Krause
Chris Dilks of the Western College Hockey website continues to profile players leading to the 2010 NHL Entry Draft on June 25 in Los Angeles. He looks at Hermantown center Ada... Posted on 5/24/10 at 11:48 AM
Lydia Pelletier and Stephanie Bandelin each had 12 kills and Keely Deadrick totaled 46 set assists as Esko defeated Hermantown 3-1 in a nonconference high school volleyball match Tuesday at Hermantown.
Is this your idea of prom? Beautiful dresses, professionally done “up-dos,” carefully manicured nails, sharp-looking tuxedos, poses for home photos and videos, grand marches, fancy dinners out, the best of manners, boutonnières, corsages, festively decorated ballrooms, refreshments, smiling chaperones, laughing, socializing, slow dancing, last dances, walks to the door with perhaps a hug or a gentle kiss good-night, smiles and fond memories to last a lifetime.
Senior outfielder Bryan Denisen went 3-for-3 with two home runs and six RBIs as Minnesota Duluth rebounded from a 15-11 loss to beat No. 23 Winona State 8-4 in the second game of a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference doubleheader on Sunday.
Hawks respond three times to early deficits and win on Jared Thomas' overtime goal, 7-6, against the Zephyrs. Hermantown plays for the Class A title at noon Saturday. Hermantown players swarm Jared Thomas after he scored the game-winning goal in overtime against the Zephyrs. (Derek Montgomery / for the News Tribune)
The puck dropped yesterday on Minnesota’s March madness, our end-of-winter mayhem, our version of Texas football, Indiana basketball and Kentucky horseracing all rolled into one wild spectacle of proud tradition.
ST. PAUL — Adam Krause said his primary objective Wednesday afternoon was to slow down Virginia-Mountain Iron-Buhl’s top line.
But it was the Hermantown senior’s secondary objective — scoring a goal — that gave the Hawks a spot in the Minnesota high school boys hockey state tournament semifinals. (Derek Montgomery / for the News Tribune)
Kevin Danielson nor Charlie Comnick each scored in the third period Friday night to give the Hermantown Hawks a 3-2 victory over Duluth Denfeld in the Section 5A hockey championship game before more than 2,000 spectators at Cloquet Area Recreation Center.
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