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  • NCHC's Penrose Cup Makes its Way to Duluth

    Duluth, MN ( --- The trophy that will be presented to the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) winner, the Penrose Cup, was in Duluth on Thursday, ahead of Friday's game between the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) and North Dakota.

  • REACTION: Mirage Fall in State Quarterfinals

    St. Paul, MN ( --- The Proctor-Hermantown girls' hockey team fell in the state quarterfinals 5-2 to St. Paul United but afterward head coach Glen Gilderman and senior captain Reilly Fawcett applauded the team's effort.

  • Stalder, Waidacher Win Olympic Bronze Medal

    Sochi, Russia ( --- University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) freshman defenseman Lara Stalder and St. Scholastica junior forward Nina Waidacher won an Olympic bronze medal on Thursday morning, each part of the Switzerland women's hockey team that got a 4-3 win over Sweden at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games.

  • U.S. Loses Two-Goal Lead, Canada Claims Gold

    Sochi, Russia ( --- The United States women's hockey team led by two goals with less than 3:30 left in regulation before Canada tied it up and won in overtime 3-2 for its fourth consecutive gold-medal at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games.

  • 'Jackets Fall to the Falcons in Home Finale

    Superior, WI ( --- Jarrod Peterson racked up 20 points for the University of Wisconsin-Superior (UWS) men's basketball team, but they couldn't hang on against the University of Wisconsin-River Falls as they lost 90-77 on Wednesday night.

  • Two Harbors Hosts U.S. Curling Championships

    Two Harbors, MN ( --- The Two Harbors Curling Club is the host of this week's U.S. Curling Club Nationals which features 10 men's teams and 10 women's teams from across the country and marks the first time the tournament has been in Two Harbors.

  • Proctor-Hermantown Falls in State Quarterfinals

    St. Paul, MN ( --- Proctor-Hermantown sophomore Sophie McGovern scored two goals, but it wasn't enough for the fourth-seeded Mirage as they fell 5-2 to fifth-seeded St. Paul United on Wednesday night in the state quarterfinals.

  • H'Town's Danelski, East's Long Eye State Title in '15

    ( --- Hermantown's Madison Danelski and Duluth East's Keaton Long were among the favorites headed into last week's state ski meets. Although neither was able to claim the state's top prize, both have reason for optimism in 2015.

  • Fawcett Leads the Mirage Into State Tourney

    Proctor, MN ( --- Proctor-Hermantown senior captain Reilly Fawcett will be the only member of the Mirage to take the ice for the second time at the Minnesota Class A State Tournament on Wednesday night.

  • Laine Breaks School Record, Lumberjacks Win

    Cloquet, MN ( --- Cloquet senior Adam Laine needed just 15 points to become the school's all-time scoring record and finished with 27 to move atop the list as the Lumberjacks eased by Duluth Marshall 90-72 on Tuesday night.

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