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Athlete of the Week: UMD QB John Larson flourishes in 1st full season

DULUTH, MN- After a year of being hampered by injuries, UMD quarterback John Larson is finally feeling like his old self. In the first two games of the season, Larson has

Athlete of the Week: Superior QB duo has Spartans off to 3-0 start

SUPERIOR, Wis. – In most levels, a football team sticks with one quarterback from the start to the finish. But if you are the Superior Spartans, you believe two is better

Athlete of the Week: Grandma’s champion Boniface Kongin

DULUTH, MN – Just over a month and a half after winning the Pittsburgh Marathon, Kenyan distance runner Boniface Kongin emerged victorious at Grandma’s Marathon. He spent his time in-between

Malania Madill rides four-game shut out streak into state tournament

CULVER, MN – South Ridge senior Malania Madill has the circle on lockdown. In the final four games of the section 7A softball tournament, Madill mowed down opposing lineups for

Danielle Kohlwey reflects on her historic UMD career

DULUTH,MN –  UMD’s Danielle Kohlwey and Haleigh Reindl are heading to the NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships. The two Bulldog track stars have started their journey to Kingsville, Texas. David

A crash course in north shore steelhead fishing

PALMER, MN – Every spring, a species of rainbow trout known as steelhead make their run up the rivers and streams of Lake Superior’s north shore to spawn. Anglers flock

The Patten Pipeline: St. Scholastica tennis thriving with local talent

DULUTH, MN – Both the men’s and women’s St. Scholastica tennis programs are heading to the NCAA D-III Tournament. It’s no surprise, the Saints have dominated the UMAC for decades

Staying home: UMD commit Madysen Stariha trending upwards in senior season

SUPERIOR, WI – Last year, Superior pitcher Madysen Stariha committed to play division one softball at Binghamton University in New York. Over the ensuing summer, she made the tough decision

Making Hunter Shepard: the UMD goaltender quietly writing his name into history books

Duluth, MN – Three weeks into the 2017-2018 season, Hunter Shepard seized control of the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) men’s hockey goal-tending job. Since winning a national championship in

A true point guard: Cade Goggleye’s unselfish leadership powers Grizzlies

Cook, MN – For the third consecutive season, the Northwoods boys basketball team is headed to the MSHSL state tournament. Their senior point guard Cade Goggleye not only leads the

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