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Rush City junior Isaiah Johnson won the individual section championship at 182 pounds in Virginia over the weekend. Johnson will compete at the state tournament starting on Friday, Feb. 27, at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. For a full season recap of both the Rush City and North Branch wrestlin...Read More
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RC boys notch two wins The Rush City basketball boys earned two wins last week. The Tigers hosted Isle last Thursday, winning 78-70, before beating Aitkin on the road on Friday, 52-29. Rush City opened Section 7AA play on Tuesday at Moose Lake/Willow River. The Tigers are 11-10 overall, 10-6 in the ...Read More
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NB gymnasts claim section title, head to state The North Branch gymnastics team qualified for the state tournament as a team for the second time in program history on Saturday at the Section 4A Championships. The Vikings earned first place by a resounding seven points, totaling 144.825 on the day. R...Read More
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The Rush City girls pulled off two more wins last week to bring its consecutive-win total to 16. The Tigers traveled to Hinckley-Finlayson last Tuesday and won, 59-40, before beating Great River Conference rival Braham for the second time this season, 50-46. Senior Payton Ramberg led the offense aga...Read More
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Murawski qualifies for state meet The Rush City/Pine City/Hinckley-Finlayson gymnasts earned runner up at the Section 4A championships at Roseville over the weekend, edging out section rival St. Paul Highland Park by less than a point. The Flamingos were led by senior Bailey Murawski, who placed sec...Read More
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Johnson overcomes injury, prepares for individual sections The fifth-seeded Rush City/Braham wrestling squad closed out its team season at the Section 7AA championships over the weekend by falling to fourth-seeded Chisago Lakes 55-24 in the opening round. Seventh-grader Hunter Hermanson won for the ...Read More
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The North Branch boys hockey team closed out the regular season last Tuesday with a 6-5 loss at Moose Lake. The Vikings are 6-18 overall, 2-10 in the Mississippi 8 Conference and 2-6 in Section 7AAA. North Branch earned the 10th seed, and played seventh-seeded Proctor on Tuesday. The winner goes on ...Read More
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