Minnesota Duluth's Meg Borowski ended her college cross country career by finishing 23rd at the NCAA Division II meet in Evansville, Ind., which earned the senior All-America status. Borowski ran the 6-kilometer course in 21 minutes, 30.1 seconds, while teammate and three-time All-American Emi Trost was next for the Bulldogs in 22:00.09, good for 57th. Trost, also a senior, has battled an injury most of the fall. UMD, making its fifth consecutive appearance at the national meet, was 15th of 32 teams.
District Court St. Louis County Nov. 2 Dustin P. Eggert, 29, Rochester, Minn., receiving stolen property, 365 days in local confinement or NERCC, time stayed on two years of probation with conditions including Domestic Abuse Batterer’s Intervention Program and to remain in custody until treatment; fleeing on foot, dismissed. Nov. 13
Another sure sign of the season in the Northland: Radio stations starting to play Christmas music. KDAL-FM 95.7 made the flip on Friday, going all-holiday through Dec. 26. KDNW-FM 97.3 announced that this will be a “Christmas Preview Weekend” on the station.
John Shuster and his Duluth Curling Club teammates staved off elimination with a 9-4 win over Heath McCormick's rink Friday night in the U.S. Olympic Trials at Baxter Arena in Omaha, Neb., keeping alive the Chisholm native's chance at a fourth Winter Olympics. The best-of-three men's final is tied at 1-1 with the deciding match at 6:30 p.m. today. The winner advances to the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Today Duluth entry Morning: Algoma Enterprise arriving to load iron ore pellets. Walter J. McCarthy arriving to load coal. H. Lee White arriving to load iron ore pellets. Evening: Algoma Enterprise departing with iron ore pellets. Walter J. McCarthy departing with coal. Superior
After falling behind midway through the second period, the Austin Bruins scored three unanswered goals to defeat the Minnesota Wilderness 4-2 in the opener of a North American Hockey League home-and-home series Friday night at Northwoods Arena in Cloquet. Nikolai Lyssogor put the Wilderness in front 2-1 at the 10:23 mark of the second, but Andy Willis and Valdemar Ahlberg responded before the period was through and Travis Kothenbeutel tacked on an empty-netter in the third to send the Wilderness to their third loss in the past four games.
GIRLS HOCKEY Champlin Park 1-0-3-0—4 Duluth 2-1-1-0—4 First period — 1. D, Sydney Schuman, 0:26; 2. D, Izzy Sutherland (Cassie McClure), 7:47 (sh); 3. CP, Makenzie Baker (Hailey Williams), 15:34. Second period — 4. D, Annika Lindgren (Anna Mayer, McClure), 3:15 (pp). Third period — 5. CP, Delaney Johnson, 1:15 (pp); 6. CP, Elizabeth Zarate, 1:52; 7. CP, Williams, 5:54 (pp); 8. D, Schuman, 7:26 (sh). Overtime — No scoring.