Sports Editor at the Detroit Lakes Tribune. Williams worked prior as the Sports Editor in Perham for the Focus, a Forum Communications newspaper, from 2010-14.
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PERHAM -- The Perham boys track team were runners-up to Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton at the Heart O' Lakes Conference Track Championships. The Rebels outdistanced the Jackets by 44 points, 155-111. Like the girls team, the influence of talented distance runners proved beneficial to Perham's scoring. Jayden Cullen's time of 10:21.12 made him the conference champion in the 3200m run. Cross-country teammate Billy Beseman was next to finish (10:31.68) followed by Ben Sullivan making it a Yellowjacket sweep with his third place mark of 10:37.
CROOKSTON -- The top four seeds in Section 8A all advanced at this year's team tournament in Crookston, including the No. 2 Pirates, who swept all seven matches from the No.
DETROIT LAKES --The Perham tennis team finished regular season play with a 2-9 record and will enter the Section 8-1A team tournament Monday as the No. 7 seed and will face No. 2 Crookston, in Crookston, at 4:30 p.m. Detroit Lakes won the meet 5-2. The two and three doubles teams got Perham's only victories. Madison Paridon and Chad Hofland defeated Colton Friesen and Cody Knopf three and four. Mike Botzet and Christian Hinckley took out Caleb Howard and Chandler Hanks three and one. Laker brothers Isaac and Alex Fondrick were victorious at No. 1 and 2 singles.
The youngest Perham gymnastics team in 10 years continued the program's heralded success for a 10th consecutive year chalking up a number of significant accomplishments on their way to appearing in the state tournament for an amazing 10th consecutive season. The team did so by winning a 10th straight Section 8A championship. The Yellowjackets finished fourth place at the state meet during a two-day period where teams like Melrose, New Prague and Big Lake, the top three finishing schools, arrived at the tournament waiting to pounce on a Yellowjacket squad that would need perfection on their s
NEW YORK MILLS -- The No. 2-seeded Eagles softball team overcame a five-run first inning from No. 7-seed Walker-Hackensack-Akeley in big fashion on their way to a 16-5 opening round trouncing of the Wolves. After an error on the first fly ball of the game, all five Wolves batters came around to score and with a record of 10-6 W-H-A has proven they know how to win. "It was pretty ugly," NY Mills Assistant Coach Greg Esala said. The Wolves are one of two teams who score more than the Eagles. NY Mills averages 10.3 runs per game.
FRAZEE -- Two top 10 teams in class 1A squared off in Frazee this afternoon. No. 4-ranked New York Mills (16-0) defeated No. 10 Frazee (14-4), by a score of 4-1, behind a complete game three-hit performance by Eagle senior Adam Snelgrove. "They've got a good club," Snelgrove said. "They do everything right. We just came out on top today." "Adam has just been awesome," NY Mills Head Coach Chris Bushinger said.
Lakes Area Gymnastics Academy will be having its Spring Show/Competitions and Awards night on Tuesday, May 22. The program will be held at the Perham High School Hauer Gymnasium. The program will be held in three sessions. Session 1: 5:30 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. -- Twinkles and Rascals. Session 2: 6:15-7:15 p.m. -- Hot Shots, Superstars, Giants. Session 3: 7:15-8 p.m. Advanced Team.
STAPLES -- Jesse Hein and Jacob Vetsch battled on the mound for three innings before Perham blew the game open in the middle innings en route to an 8-1 victory over Staples-Motley and the Mid-State Conference title. "The kids have played well and worked hard," Perham Head Coach Hans Hanson said. The win gives No. 20-2A ranked Perham a conference mark of 10-1 with one game to play.
EAST GRAND FORKS -- The Perham baseball team, ranked No.
NEW YORK MILLS -- The No.