They were former captains and now they are the two newest assistant coaches for the Bulldogs men's and women's hockey programs. Ashleigh Brykaliuk from Brandon, Manitoba, and Adam Krause, a native of nearby Hermantown, are both finding their confidence behind the bench as they transition from being a player to a coach for their alma mater.
Opening Friday "The Guilty" Alarm dispatcher and former police officer Asger Holm answers an emergency call from a kidnapped woman. When the call is suddenly disconnected, the search for the woman and her kidnapper begins. R, 1:25, Zinema 2 "Halloween"
MINNESOTA NORTHEAST RED Cloquet 7-1 Hermantown 7-1 Duluth Denfeld 5-3 North Branch 5-3 Duluth East 4-4 Hibbing 3-5 Grand Rapids 1-7 Proctor 1-7 Wednesday's Results Cloquet 14, Hermantown 0 Duluth Denfeld 28, Grand Rapids 22 Duluth East 47, Hibbing 7 North Branch 57, Proctor 6 NORTHEAST WHITE Greenway/NK 7-1 Two Harbors 6-2 International Falls 3-5 Eveleth-Gilbert 2-5 Virginia 2-6 Wednesday's Results International Falls 42, Virginia 20 Two Harbors 45, Eveleth-Gilbert 8
Minnesota Duluth junior goaltender Maddie Rooney was honored Wednesday as the 2018 Team Sportswoman of the Year by the Women's Sports Foundation at the 39th annual Salute to Women in Sports Gala in New York City. The award is given to an athlete who participates on a team and exhibits exceptional performance over a 12-month time span. Rooney backstopped the U.S. Olympic women’s team to a gold medal at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games and a first-place finish at the 2017 Four Nations Cup.
Junior running back Elijah Leonard rushed 15 times for 137 yards and three touchdowns to lead Duluth East to a 47-7 Northeast Red high school football victory over Hibbing on Wednesday night at Ordean Stadium. Junior quarterback Caden Edwards finished 4-for-7 passing for 109 yards and two touchdowns while adding a touchdown on the ground for the Greyhounds (4-4). Classmate Derek Daniels chipped in four carries for 102 yards and another score. Hibbing 0-7-0-0—7 Duluth East 6-34-7-0—47
St. Scholastica battled Macalester College to a 1-1 double-overtime tie in nonconference play Wednesday in St. Paul. The Saints' Luke Buckton tied the game in the 79th minute via his 10th goal of the season with a shot that soared high and hard. Chris Bajek put the Saints (6-7-2) down 1-0 in the final minute of the first half after taking advantage of a turnover for his first goal of the season for Macalester (8-4-3). Nicholas Semaan made 14 saves in goal for the Saints.
CROSS COUNTRY Iron Range Conference Meet At Hoyt Lakes Golf Course Wednesday's Results Boys Teams 1. Greenway/Nashwauk-Keewatin, 39; 2. Grand Rapids, 67; 3. International Falls, 74; 4. Virginia, 111; 5. Hibbing, 114; 6. Deer River/Northland, 131; 7. Mesabi East, 172; 8. Chisholm, 226. Individuals
Temperatures are predicted to exceed 60 degrees in Duluth on Thursday. That’s about 10 degrees warmer than the average high for Oct. 18. Even more dramatic of a change is the day’s minimum temperature, which is predicted to drop to 48 degrees, which is 14 degrees warmer than the average minimum.
200 MEDLEY RELAY 1. Two Harbors 1:55.5 2. Mesabi East 1:56.5 3. Eveleth-Gilbert 1:58.7 4. Grand Rapids 1:59.8 5. Superior 2:01.2 200 FREESTYLE 1. Riley Larson, Two Harbors 2:04.7 2. Lindsay Johnson, Denfeld 2:05.0 3. Elsa Viren, Grand Rapids 2:05.3 4. Meghan Minne, Hibbing 2:05.3 5. Clara Wodny, Duluth East 2:06.8 200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Kaylee Overby, Two Harb. 2:21.9 2. Haley Melin, Proctor 2:23.4 3. Anna Heinonen, EG 2:24.2 4. Mollie Albrecht, Ev.-Gilb. 2:24.3
CROSS COUNTRY WISCONSIN Sectional 1 Saturday's Meets Superior boys and girls at Division 1 sectional, at Menomonie, noon/1 p.m. Ashland, Northwestern boys and girls at Division 2 sectional, at St. Croix Central, 11 a.m./11:45 a.m. FOOTBALL WISCONSIN DIVISION 3 Friday's First Round No. 7 Sparta (4-5) at No. 2 Ashland (8-1), 7 p.m. DIVISION 4 Friday's First Round No. 7 Ellsworth (3-6) at No. 2 Northwestern (9-0), 7 p.m. BOYS SOCCER