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The Sartell/Sauk Rapids Storm'N Sabres have ruled the area's girls hockey roost the past two seasons, winning back-to-back Central Lakes Conference championships.
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Over the past three seasons, the Irondale High School girls basketball team has won nine or 10 games each season.
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Tartan players Victoria Orlando , Tara Bighley , and Jordan Jackson swarm to defend as Maggie Straka minds the goal.
North High senior forward Adam Hildebrandt takes charge of the puck on the line with Justin Oliver during second period action against Hastings.
St. Cloud State men's hockey fans will get a chance to help support this year's Toys for Tots campaign during the annual Teddy Bear Toss at the Huskies' game against Union College Dec. 13 at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center.
In contrast to last week's opener in Ellsworth, the Arrows' aggressive approach to the game paid off Friday night at home, as the Pipestone Area boys' basketball team evened its season record at 1-1 with an 82-71 non-conference victory over the visiting Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots.
A few years ago the Roseville Area High School wrestling team found itself with a senior-heavy lineup, which helped the team finish above .500.
Having lost a few talented seniors off last year's squad, but bringing in an equal or greater number of talented youngsters, the Pipestone Area wrestling team is likely to be of a similar ilk in 2013-14 - tough, hardnosed and proud.
After winning 50 games over the past two seasons, the Roseville Area High School girls basketball team is looking to continue that impressive run again this year.
Outshot 51-17, the Brainerd/Little Falls Flying Warriors were shutout for the fourth consecutive game, 6-0 by the Alexandria Cardinals in Tuesday's Central Lakes Conference game.
* Highlights: Feeny had a goal and two assists in a 5-0 win Tuesday over Fergus Falls.
Enough good things happened last season that Joel Heitkamp would like to see St. Cloud Tech pick up where it left off last year.