COMMUNITY SPORTS: The Minnesota Owls had their Sept. 15 junior hockey home-opener at Isanti spoiled when Rochester left town with a 7-5 victory. James Pyle and Taylor Bargar scored goals which had Minnesota within 3-2, but the Ice Hawks scored three straight goals to close out the second period. Third-period goals for the Owls were scored by Cameron Kaehler, Tanner Vinson and John Zupko. Jerid Adamson had two assists for the Owls.
Breast Cancer Awareness Ride Oct. 13
The Cambridge Cycling Club will host its annual Breast Cancer Awareness Ride on Saturday, Oct. 13. The ride through the city trails and country roads gets underway at 10 a.m. from the Outdoor Edge sports shop located at 115 S. Adam Street in downtown Cambridge.
A $600 bicycle will be among items raffled off as the club aims to again be in the top-10 in the nation for fundraising breast cancer research for the national event. Registration forms can be found by logging on to active.com and typing in “cambridge breast cancer ride.”
Hole-in-one at the Hawk
Dr. Dale Berry nailed a hole-in-one on the 176-yard, No. 6 par 3 hole at the Purple Hawk CC on Sept. 13, using his 6 iron. The ace was Berry’s second this year– the first coming back in March on his first round of the season.
C-I Boys Travel Basketball tryouts
Tryouts for Cambridge-Isanti Boys Travel Basketball will be held on Saturday, Sept. 29 at the Cambridge-Isanti High School gym. Tryout sessions are Grades 7-8: 1-3 p.m. and Grades 3-6: 3-5 p.m.
Travel basketball is a competitive basketball program sponsored by the Jacket Hoop Boosters. Teams play 20-30 games by participating in weekend tournaments held in Cambridge-Isanti, the Great Northwest League and the metro area. Practices (1-2 per week) are generally held weekday evenings. For questions about this program, or to volunteer coach a team, contact C-I Bluejacket Head Basketball Coach Mike McDonald at 763-689-6481.