by Jennie Zeitler, Staff Writer Scot Storm took required art classes while attending Walker High School and drew comic book heroes on the side. His creative talents were channelled into an architecture degree at North Dakota State University (NDSU). It wasn’t until after college, when painting became a hobby, that he saw the potential in [...]
Tonight’s Upsala boys basketball game vs. Onamia has been postponed to Jan. 4.
Little Falls came up just short in a pair of games during its annual early-season Northern swing, falling by identical 4-3 overtime scores at International Falls, Friday, and at Virginia/Mountain Iron-Buhl, Saturday. After giving up the first goal against International Falls, the Flyers went ahead 3-1 midway through the second period on scores by senior [...]
Brainerd-Little Falls ran into Class AA power North Wright County, Saturday, falling 11-0 at home to the No. 14 River Hawks.
The scoreboard told a story of a loss, and a somewhat one-sided one at that. But the final outcome had little to do with what took place Tuesday night in Pierz, as the Pioneers opened their boys basketball season versus Albany. The game was about playing for the player who couldn’t, senior Matt Athman, who [...]
Mitch Lange knew that Upsala-Swanville Area (USA) would have a good football team. Last year. The Patriots knew they would have a deep senior class. Next year. Still, even though no one was circling 2013 on the calendar as the year USA would break through and reach the state tournament for the first time in [...]
Quarterback/Defensive End Mitch Messman, senior, Holdingford Messman closed out a fantastic four-year career as the Huskers’ tremendous dual-threat play-caller, guiding Holdingford to an unbeaten regular season and captured a repeat Section 6AA championship. Messman threw for 1,902 yards and 23 touchdowns and ran for another 888 yards and 17 scores, all the while helping anchor [...]