Pine City/Rush City boys hockey team
PC/RC hockey boys drop three The Pine City/Rush City boys hockey team hit a rough patch last week, as the Dragons went 0-3 against opponents. Last Tuesday the Dragons traveled to Legacy Christian and struggled to stay out of the penalty box from the start. PC/RC trailed 3-0 by the close of the first...Read More
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The Pine City/Rush City boys hockey team lost 16-3 to host Sauk Rapids-Rice on Feb. 12. Staying on the road, the team then fell 9-1 to Eveleth-Gilbert on Friday, but the boys were rewarded for not giving up in a battle in Ely where the Dragons beat Ely/Northeast Range 7-6 on Saturday. Pine City/Rush...Read More
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The Pine City/Rush City boys hockey team, along with Rush City team members Jake Kleinsasser, Conner Werner, Coltin Malchow, Blake Cook and Matt Haglund, lost 9-5 to Mora/Hinckley-Finlayson Jan. 15, before being shutout 5-0 by Legacy Christian Academy last Friday. Kleinsasser scored two assisted goa...Read More
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Perhaps paying homage to the mythical beast’s forked tongue, the Dragons split a pair of recent games. On Jan. 8, the Pine City/Rush City boys hockey team, with Rush City team members Jake Kleinsasser, Conner Werner, Coltin Malchow, Blake Cook and Matt Haglund, traveled to Moose Lake and downed th...Read More
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The Pine City/Rush City boys hockey team, along with Rush City team members Jake Kleinsasser, Conner Werner, Coltin Malchow, Blake Cook and Matt Haglund, competed in the Wadena-Deer Creek Tournament Dec. 27-28. The team lost 7-1 to St. Paul Como Park, and then won over North Branch 5-4 in overtime. ...Read More
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Last week the Pine City/Rush City boys hockey team, with Jake Kleinsasser, Conner Werner, Coltin Malchow, Blake Cook and Matt Haglund from Rush City, lost 9-1 to Mora/Hinckley-Finlayson before returning home and losing 6-3 to Becker/Big Lake Eagles on Thursday. The boys then fell 8-1 Saturday to the...Read More
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