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RC boys lose two The Rush City basketball boys lost two games last week, falling 75-72 at home against Hinckley-Finlayson and 86-67 at Braham. The Tigers are 9-10 overall, 8-6 in the Great River Conference and 1-5 against Section 7AA opponents. Next, the Tigers host Isle at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Fe...Read More
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RCB wrestling closes regular season The Rush City/Braham wrestling boys traveled north two times last week to take on Cloquet/Esko. The grapplers beat Cloquet, 43-33, Tuesday, Feb. 3, before placing fourth of six teams at Cloquet’s home tournament. Aitkin placed first with 275 points, followed by ...Read More
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Vikings drop three The North Branch boys hockey team hit a rough patch last week, dropping three games at home. The Vikings started the week out with a 4-0 loss to Legacy Christian last Tuesday, then fell 18-0 against Rogers two days later. On Saturday, the Vikings fell 17-1 at home to Buffalo. Nort...Read More
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RC boys beat Highland Park The Pine City/Rush City boys hockey team defeated St. Paul Highland Park at home last Thursday, 6-2. Senior T.J. Gross led the offense with two goals, while sophomore Brendan Westbrook, ninth-grader Jonah Bergstrom and juniors Colby Pavelka and Jerry Wahlstrom each earned ...Read More
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Vikings lose at home The Viking hockey boys dropped both Mississippi 8 Conference matchups last week at home. North Branch fell 4-0 against Chisago Lakes last Thursday, then lost 9-0 while hosting Princeton on Saturday. The Vikings are now 5-11 overall and next travel to St. Francis for a 7 p.m. on ...Read More
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Hockey boys drop three The North Branch boys hockey team suffered three losses over the past week, starting with a shutout by Mora/Hinckley-Finlayson last Tuesday on the road where the Vikings fell 7-0. North Branch lost 8-1 at Monticello/Annandale/Maple Lake on Saturday, followed by a 5-4 overtime ...Read More
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NB boys remain winless Last Tuesday, the North Branch boys basketball team lost 63-53 at home against Chisago Lakes. Three days later, the Vikings fell 82-51 at Cambridge-Isanti. North Branch, 0-5, play next in a holiday tournament at South St. Paul on Friday, Dec. 26. Viking girls fall at Fridley T...Read More
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