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Girls basketball: Patriots top Tigers in season opener
1 hour 43 min ago
Pequot Lakes' grad Kayla Miller looks to drive against Concordia-Portland on Friday, Nov. 25. Jordan Vredeveld/Concordia St. Paul Athletics
Dan-ecdotes: Former Patriot Miller overcomes injuries finds niche in Bears defense
3 hours 46 min ago
Dan Determan/Echo Journal
Max Tangen (28) celebrates his goal with Maverick Engstrom against Prairie Centre Tuesday, Nov. 29.
Boys hockey: Lightning open season 2-0
3 hours 48 min ago
December 5, 2016
Stone returns after placing 10th at state last season
December 5, 2016 - 9:25am
The Pine River-Backus Pulse Dance Team.
PR-B Pulse dance team growing
December 5, 2016 - 9:16am
December 2, 2016
The Pine River-Backus Tigers boys basketball team.
Front row, from left: Antonio Cocci, Nate Wosmek, Torry Hirschey, George Davidson, Caleb Travis, Louis Bueckers, Travis Tschida, Chris Krecklau and Justin Potz. Back row: Coach John Riewer, Kiel Struss, Joe Davidson, Nate Brasel, Troy Staples, Joe Manning, Jordan Onken, Lin Zhang, Nick Ackerman, Beau Broom and Coach Mike Dinnel. Not pictured: Brady Raph.
Tiger boys will start fresh for 2016
December 2, 2016 - 9:22am
The Northern Lakes Lightning girls hockey team.
Front: Chaia Tulenchik. Middle row, from left: Chloe Deutsch, Sydney Tietz, Caitlyn Gutzman, Ashley Kosloski, Sam Gutzman, Mackenzie Rickard, Chelsea Skluzacek and Michaela Stangel. Back row: Coach Gary Yee, Coach Breanna Sheley, Cassidy Holtzleicer, Alexa Holm, Mandi Soderholm, Alyssa Kosloski, Emily Brunkhorst, Savannah Abear, JJ Huber, Elli Saxerud, Hayden Boelter and Ari LeMieur, Cora Brown, Kenndra Rickard and Coach John Stockler.
Experience, depth is key for Lightning
December 2, 2016 - 9:01am
The Pequot Lakes Revolution dance team.
Front row, from left: Alexis Lueck, Karlie Trottier, Taylor Mudgett, Kaylee Tuchek and Ashley Embree. Middle row: Alexa Fyle, Paige Hoffbeck, Cally Traxler, Jordan Goddard, Molly Johnson, Kyan Kitzman and Ashlynn Reynolds. Back row: Jackalyn Fox, Sam Jackseon, Jocelynn Rothwell, Mariah Rickard, Kenzie Lampi, Marisa Mulholland and Emma Trees. Not pictured: Mackenzie Rubitschung.
Revolution aim to move up in section
December 2, 2016 - 8:48am
PR-B's Shelby Adkins goes for the steal against Pequot Lakes on Thursday, Dec. 1. Ashley Smith/Echo Journal Correspondent
Girls basketball: Patriots top PR-B
December 2, 2016 - 8:46am
December 1, 2016
Dan Determan/Echo Journal
Pequot Lakes' Gage Westlund takes a jump shot while the Patriots boys basketball team warms up for practice Tuesday, Nov. 18.
Dan-ecdotes: Winter season in full swing for area teams
December 1, 2016 - 10:13am
The Pine River-Backus Tigers girls basketball team. Front row, from left: Rylie Hirschey, Shelby Adkins, Annie Semmler and Olivia Adkins. Back row: Emma Barchus, Emma Templeton, Emma Mills, Gabby Rainwater, Alyssa Semmler, Vivian Bueckers, Anna Felthous, Bailey Wynn and Sidney Lodge.
Full roster returns for PR-B girls
December 1, 2016 - 9:22am
Lexi Cheek
Dahlberg hopes to return to state meet
December 1, 2016 - 9:11am
November 30, 2016
The Pequot Lakes Patriot boys basketball team.
Front row, from left: Sam Pfeiffer, Alex Trees, Owen Seidl, Marcus Klein, Aaron Washburn, Dylin Ackerman. Middle row: Tyley Manley, Samuel Scheuss, Adam Casanova, Gage Westlund, Nathan Traut, MASON WALES, Chase Larson, Blake Lane, Austin Young and Griffin Nelson. Back row, Cody Huss, Zach Senst, Kade Kitzman, Noah Borleis, Mike Pluimer, Zach Sjoblad, Kirk Johnson and Andrew Voges.
Patriot boys have new coach, outlook for 2016-17
November 30, 2016 - 3:16pm
The Pequot Lakes Patriot girls basketball team.
Front row, from left: Bre Sewall, Kristin Skog, Mariah Rubel and Cloey Traxler. Middle Row: Kenzie Nelson, Rachel Voges, Greta Harmala, Emma-Jo Nevin, Hannah LaRock, Quinn Kratochvil, Molly Dotty, Britt Kratochvil. Back row: Emma Benson, Lola Rysavy, Olivia Lane, Corina Ruud, Karli Skog, Addie Hubbard, Sam Littman and Lyndsey Johnson.
Patriot girls look to repeat success
November 30, 2016 - 2:43pm
Inside the Outdoors: Reasons for Thanks Can be Many, and Simple
November 30, 2016 - 11:27am