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 Gymnastics Academy will present their Annual Spring Show Thursday, May 22 at 6 p.m. in the Larry Hauer Gymnasium at Perham High School. This show is open to family and friends. The team will also present school demonstrations Tuesday, May 27 for HOTL students from 1:15-2 p.m and for PWMS students from 2:15-3 p.m. The academy is currently composed of 57 athletes, ages ranging from four to 17.
DETROIT LAKES —Sophomore Becca Huus wrapped up an impressive regular season winning the Heart O’ Lakes Conference meet Tuesday at Wildflower Golf Course and being named the HOL MVP. Freshman Liz Sonnenberg showed the one-two punch that put Perham atop the conference finishing third overall in the season standings to earn all-conference honors.
DETROIT LAKES — Perham senior Nick Bahls fired a 79 for a third place finish at the Heart O’ Lakes boys golf tournament leading the Yellowjackets to a runner-up finish to Hawley. The Nuggets shot a team score of 316 to Perham’s 334. Hawley’s Andrew Cook was the medalist with a score of 77. Cody Cook was second with a 78. Cody Cook was named the HOL MVP as Hawley had the top four golfers in the conference this year: both Cooks, Willy Tickel and Nick Carpenter.
GLYNDON — Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton pitcher Sydney Honek threw a complete game and gave up only one hit as the No. 4 Rebels defeated No. 5 Perham 10-1 at the Minnesota Class 1A, Section 6 softball tournament on Wednesday. Morgan Byer got Perham’s lone hit in the second inning, a two-out single to right field. Perham manufactured a run in the first inning and took a 1-0 lead when Sydney Roberts scored on a RBI grounder to second base by Allie Doll.
NEW YORK MILLS — The Eagles baseball team remained undefeated (16-0) and clinched their fourth consecutive Park Region Conference title with a sweep of Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale winning 2-0 and 12-2 in...
FRAZEE — For the second straight game, Perham got a first inning three-run home run that was enough scoring for victory and led to a shortened mercy rule win in a 14-3 victory over Frazee Tuesday in non-conference action. Dylan Kruzel hit the first inning home run to put Perham up 3-0. Josh Still also homered in the game. Perham scored in four of five innings, two in the second, seven in the fourth and a pair in the fifth inning.
PERHAM - Stellar pitching continues to benefit the Perham baseball team as the Yellowjackets improved to 15-1 with a mercy rule 10-0 victory over Ottertail Central (9-6) Monday. Dylan Kruzel was nearly untouchable pitching a two-hit shutout for five innings. Kruzel struck out 10 of the 17 batters he faced, two over the minimum.
STILLWATER — Perham got off to a slow start while Totino-Grace was hot out of the blocks at the State True Team Track meet Saturday afternoon. Perham was in eighth place out of nine teams after three events but climbed up one spot to seventh with four events remaining. That's where the Yellowjackets finished with a team total of 269 points. Perham placed above Cloquet (256.5) and Plainview-Elgin-Millville (239). Totino-Grace won the meet by a 59-point cushion over Mankato East 446-387. Sartell-St.
PELICAN RAPIDS/HAWLEY — Perham got two big individual victories on the home courses of their closest competitors to keep pace and in the lead of the Heart O’ Lakes Conference girls golf standings Thursday. Becca Huus continued to shoot well in less than ideal conditions winning medalist honors at the Heart O’ Lakes - Pelican Rapids carding a 38 and leading Perham to a runner-up finish to Hawley.
PEQUOT LAKES — Katie White picked up two wins by fanning 13 batters in 14 total innings while tagging a game-winning solo home run in the first game as the Pequot Lakes Patriots swept Perham in Thursday’s Mid-State Conference doubleheader. Kayla Miller went 3-4 with a double and RBI for the Patriots in a 8-7 first-game win while Barb Miller added three hits, three runs, and an RBI. Kayla Miller smacked a two-run double in the second game as the Patriots won 4-3. Pequot Lakes and Staples-Motley are tied atop the Mid-State with 10-0 records.