The Park Rapids-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley boys’ hockey team won their second straight overtime game, edging Bagley-Fosston 3-2 Jan. 15 at the Walker Area Community Center.
The exclamation point on Walker-Hackensack-Akeley’s 68-47 home win Friday night over Blackduck came on Cole Nelson’s dunk on a pass from Cole Rasmussen with 3:53 remaining.
Four of the five varsity Walker-Hackensack-Akeley-Nevis wrestlers who competed Saturday at the annual Thief River Falls Air Force National Guard Prowler Invite placed.
The Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig High School Silver Eagles boys’ basketball team defeated the Kelliher-Northome JV squad 63-31 Jan. 10. Their next game is against Circle of Life High School.
The Park Rapids-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley girls’ hockey team had a handful of good chances to score in the second period of Friday night’s game with International Falls at the Walker Area Community Center.
The Lady Wildcats played their most complete game of the season Jan. 8, but an injury to their leading scoring prevented them from beating Bertha-Hewitt.
The Panthers lost both games last week and fell to 2-11 on the season as they were walloped 9-2 by Wadena-Deer Creek Friday night and fell 7-1 at Kittson Central Saturday afternoon.
Three missed free throws, many missed shots under the basket and several putbacks for Red Lake led to the Wolves’ 71-67 loss Thursday night in Walker.
Laporte trailed Onamia by 13 points at the half, and despite the absence of two players, made a valiant rally that came up just short in a 64-56 loss Friday afternoon at the Northland Tournament.
I’m not going to dwell to much on the Vikings big road win at Detroit except to say, boy did they get lucky they were playing the Lions. If they were playing anyone else, they would have been down 21-0 and done!
Cole Rasmussen, Cole Nelson, Zach Josephson and Tyler Sea all scored in double figures as the Wolves improved to 6-0 Thursday night with a 74-63 home win over Menahga.
Northern Lakes came into Thursday night’s game with Park Rapids-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley-Menahga-Nevis winless on the season, but they did not play like it as they easily won 6-2 at the Walker Area Community Center.
The Lady Wildcats played their first game of the season on their home court Thursday night, but it did go their way as Red Lake County Central proved to be to tough in a 63-41 win.
The Lake Country Nordic Ski Club will host a free cross-country ski clinic beginning at 10 a.m. Jan. 5 at the Cut Lake Ski Trail in Backus. The clinic is open to the public.
It took six games, but the Park Rapids-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley boys’ hockey team finally got their first win, beating host Wadena-Deer Creek 3-1 Thursday night.
The Lady Wolves breezed through the competition last week, and have nearly three weeks off to before they resume their quest to win a second straight Northwoods Conference South Championship.
For the third straight game the Lady Wildcats got off to a horrible start and they were never able to recover in a 64-37 road loss to Bertha-Hewitt.
The Walker-Hackensack-Akeley eighth-grade girls’ basketball team recently took third place at a Park Rapids Tournament. The Wolves opened the four-team tourney losing 24-20 to Nevis, but in the third-place game easily beat Pine River-Backus 31-18. Pictured are (kneeling from left) manager Na…
What a topsy-turvey week in the NFL! But before we get to that, let’s give some love to Kyler Murray of Oklahoma for winning the Heisman trophy. An honor he definitely deserved.