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 was host to 70 basketball teams ranging in ages second through ninth grade during the annual Spring Fling tournament held in gymnasiums all over town last Saturday and Sunday...
FARGO – The Minnesota Football Coaches Association announced the rosters for the 41st annual MFCA Tackle Cancer All-Star Football Game. Moorhead’s Brett Lawrence, Barnesville’s Michael Strand, Wheaton-Herman-Norcross’ Carter Thiel, Park Rapids’ Noah MacPherson, Detroit Lakes’ Michael Herzog and Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton’s Chad Johnson were selected for the North All Stars. The game will be held June 28 at Husky Stadium on the campus of St.
PERHAM — Of all the recent Division I athletic recruits to come out of Perham, senior Jayden Cullen is embarking into unmatched territory. This spring Cullen will complete a series of nine straight trips to a state meet or tournament stretching back to his first sophomore season. No other Perham athlete has qualified for so many. Add to it, as a freshman, Cullen was an alternate on the 2010-11 state champion cross country team.
BEMIDJI — Perham senior Keeghan Hurley got his track season off in mid-season form winning the 800 and 1,600m runs and being named most valuable player at the Paul Bunyan...
(Class AA) East Grand Forks (20-9) vs. No. 2 Seed Esko (26-3): East Grand Forks looks to continue a successful winter season and add to the Green Wave trophy case...
Four Yellowjackets were named to the Heart O' Lakes boys basketball all-conference team. Tyler Glines was named to the first team, along with Barnesville's Michael Strand, Breckenridge's Nate Lorenz, most valuable player Ryan Bruggeman, of Pelican Rapids, and Hawley's Ben Ellefson. Bruggeman led the conference in scoring (26.7 avg.), assists (8.7/game), steals (3.2/game), and his 8.7 rebounds a game placed him as one of the top five rebounders.
SOPOT, POLAND — Gabe Grunewald placed 10th in 9:11.76 at the World Indoors 3,000m. Fellow American Shannon Rowbury finished 8th (9:07.82). Genzebe Dibaba (Ethiopia) won the race in 8:55.04. Results:...
MOORHEAD — Lake Park-Audubon's Breann Hogie led all scorers with 23 points and the Raiders never trailed in a 61-47 victory over the No. 2 New York Mills Eagles in...
SOPOT, Poland — Led by the fantastic performances of some first-time national team members, Team USA advanced nine athletes out of qualifying rounds in the morning session at the 14th IAAF World Indoor Championships. The meet runs Friday-Sunday, March 7-9, in Ergo Arena. Shannon Rowbury (Beaverton, Ore.) ran a season’s best 8:58.85 in a very experienced, controlled women’s 3,000m heat to finish fourth and move on to the final.
BARNESVILLE — The No. 5-seeded Perham Yellowjackets took control of the second half and held on to defeat No. 4 Barnesville 50-48 in the opening round of the Section 8AA girls basketball playoffs Thursday evening. The victory avoided a Barnesville sweep of both the season against the Lady Jackets and during the week after the Perham boys team was eliminated by the Trojans Tuesday night.