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Viking track and field competes at sections The North Branch girls track and field team competed in their final team meet of 2015 last week at Princeton at the Section 7AAA championships. The Vikings placed 10th of 15 teams with 39.5 points. Forest Lake took top honors with 106.5 points, followed by...Read More
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The Rush City track and field team competed at the Section 5A Championships at St. John’s University last week. Senior Keanna Belau qualified for the state meet with a second-place finish in the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.86. Also qualifying was the 4×800-meter team of eighth-graders El...Read More
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NB qualifies four individuals, one relay for state meet The Viking boys track and field team traveled to Princeton last week for the Section 7AAA championships. North Branch came away with runner-up honors, taking second place with 93 team points, just one point behind section champion Elk River. Fo...Read More
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Brenna Perrin, president of the North Branch Baseball Association, submitted this photo of a box that was stolen from the Roger Johnson ball field between May 24-27. The box was purchased by the association and contained youth baseball equipment. Anyone with information is urged to call the North Br...Read More
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RC softball wins first-ever section title After falling just short a trip to state in the Section 5A softball championships last spring, the Tigers got the job done last week in St. Cloud. Rush City took home the section title and qualified for the state tournament for the first time in program hist...Read More
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The Rush City softball squad started section play with a bang, defeating East Central in the first round, 23-0, in five innings. Fourteen of the Tiger’s 15 girls on the roster crossed home plate at least once in just four innings at the plate. Sophomore Chesney Grant pitched four innings, shutting...Read More
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It was a busy week for the Rush City baseball team, which closed out its regular season last Wednesday before beginning section play on Saturday. The Tigers started the week with a 7-5 loss at Onamia last Tuesday, where Rush City went back and forth with their conference opponent. The Tigers had con...Read More
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