STAFF BLOG FORUM PREPS BLOG Minnesota All-Area girls and boys basketball teams
Here's a look at the top Minnesota boys and girls basketball players from around the area.
Tyler Ukkelberg - Battle Lake - Forward - Senior
Ukkelberg averaged 16.6 points, 8.3 rebou... Posted on 3/23/14 at 1:30 PM
LAGNIAPPE: A FOOD BLOG Still timely recipes
Today Im going to take you on a trip back in time. Our first stop isnt that far back, just to the beginning of the year, about seven weeks ago, when I received an email from Barb Atchison:
Today is Ne... Posted on 2/18/14 at 1:31 PM
EVERYDAY GOURMET Cod Bites with Lemon Chili Tartar Sauce
These cod bites are perfectly delicious to serve to adults, but I started making them because I was looking for different foods to cook for my son. He really enjoys helping me and I love knowing that ... Posted on 3/20/13 at 8:34 AM
MOORHEAD – It wasn’t David versus Goliath talent-wise, but with 6-foot-2 Jordan Hein staring at Hawley’s 6-foot-4 Ben Ellefson, 6-foot-2 Jordan Harms, 6-foot-4 Devon Pekas and 6-foot-6 Jacob Crompton from the center position for Perham, it certainly was in the height department.
MOORHEAD - The No. 2-ranked team in Class 2A played like it Saturday, as Hawley's boys basketball team topped Barnesville 72-53 in the Class 2A, Section 8 sub-section semifinals at Memorial Auditorium.
HAWLEY, Minn. – A night after rolling the top-ranked team in Class 2A in Pelican Rapids, Class 2A’s No. 6-ranked Hawley boys basketball team cruised by Heart O’Lakes Conference foe Breckenridge 69-40 Tuesday.
HAWLEY, Minn. – With 4 minutes, 39 seconds left in Monday’s Minnesota boys basketball matchup between Class 2A top-ranked Pelican Rapids and No. 6-ranked Hawley, Nuggets guard Devon Pekas rose over a Vikings defender and drained a 3-pointer as he has done so many times in his career.
HAWLEY, Minn. – Apparently Hawley guard Jordan Harms needed a reminder that his Minnesota Class 2A, No. 7-ranked Nuggets squad had knocked off Heart O’Lakes Conference rival Barnesville 14 straight times after Tuesday’s 81-73 win in Minnesota boys basketball.
ST. CLOUD, Minn. – Both teams had gone nearly three quarters without a turnover in Friday’s Minnesota Class 2A state quarterfinal matchup between No. 2-ranked Moose Lake-Willow River and No. 5-ranked Hawley at Husky Stadium on the campus of St. Cloud State University.
A Hawley fumble on the Rebels’ 9-yard line with 2 minutes, 6 seconds left in the third proved to be the first and biggest of the night. After the turnover, the Rebels scored seven plays later to take a commanding 35-14 lead in the fourth quarter en route to a 35-22 win in Minnesota high school football.
DENVER – Carmelo Anthony on Saturday remained a Denver Nugget, which was just one of several problematic matters the Minnesota Timberwolves ultimately couldn’t overcome in a 115-113 loss at Pepsi Center.
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