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COLLEGE SPORTS NOTES:  Cambridge-Isanti graduate Rachel Kalk is a junior competing on the Bethel University women’s track & field squad. Kalk placed 3rd in the long jump at MIAC Indoor meet in March and won the 60-meter hurdles at last Saturday’s meet forced indoors because of the weather. ...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti senior Kylie Baas will be heading west to St. Cloud State University next fall after she signed a scholarship agreement to compete in women’s track & field for the Huskies. “I really like the head coaches at St. Cloud State. The university has a really good nursing program. ...Read More
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COLLEGE SPORTS NOTES:  Braham grad Jonah Dahlman earned UMAC Honorable Mention accolades for St. Scholastica men’s basketball this season. Dahlman, a senior, averaged 11.6 points per game, which was third-best on the team and had team-highs in assists (96) and steals (40). In league games, he was...Read More
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Isanti native and former Bluejacket runs the tables in Des Moines By Neil Jennissen C-I Wrestling Head Coach The Jennissen family loaded up the Explorer last weekend and drove to Des Moines, Iowa for a chance to witness history– to see if former Bluejacket wrestler Tony Nelson could repeat as a D...Read More
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Isanti native and former Bluejacket wrestler Tony Nelson won his second straight Big 10 individual championship at 285 lbs. last weekend in Champaign, Ill. Nelson opened with a 4-0 win in the quarters (below), then he held off Telford of Iowa 1-0 in the semifinals. Tony used a takedown and riding ti...Read More
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Minnesota’s all-time girls scorer will wear Black & Gold after her senior season at Braham Prior to the Braham girls basketball’s early-morning practice Nov. 14, senior Rebekah Dahlman put her name to Vanderbilt University’s scholarship offer to play women’s hoops next season. She will ...Read More
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Blake Heinrich of Cambridge played on Team USA in the Nov. 5-11 World Junior A Challenge, hosted in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. The 20-player USA squad went on to win the championship in a 6-3 victory over Canada West. USA opened with a 9-1 win over Canada East, then Heinrich had an assist in a 4-3 [...]...Read More
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