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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Three players scored their first varsity goals and No. 20A Detroit Lakes used three goals in a 90-second span midway through the second period to cruise to a 6-3 victory over West Fargo at Kent Freeman Arena Thursday, Jan. 17. The game was make up contest from a weather-canceled day one of the Fergus Falls holiday tournament in late December.
After suffering a first loss of the season in Warroad last weekend, the No. 13A Detroit Lakes boys hockey team got back in the win column in blowout fashion in a 7-1 Mid-State Conference victory over Wadena-Deer Creek Tuesday, Jan. 8 at Kent Freeman Arena. Will Stowman had a six-point night scoring four goals, including the game-winner, and added a pair of assists. The Lakers led by only a goal after Jackson Carlblom’s first period tally.
No. 9 Warroad handed No. 13 Detroit Lakes its first loss of the season by a score of 7-1 in a penalty-ridden game at Gardens Arena Saturday, Jan. 5. The teams combined for 53 penalty minutes on eight whistles (30 minutes) on the Lakers and six for the Warriors. Warroad converted on three of six power play opportunities including the first goal of the game by Gage Wilmer. The Lakers were 0-4 with the man advantage.
No. 1A Warroad defeated Detroit Lakes 8-1 in a Section 8A girls hockey game Saturday, Jan. 5 at Gardens Arena in Warroad. The Warriors built a 3-0 lead after the first period of play. Ella Hess had the lone Laker goal early in the second period off a Payton Carlblom assist.
Lakers look to snap 38-year losing streak at Warroad Saturday
Hayden Boelter scored in overtime to negate a Laker comeback in a 6-5 Northern Lakes victory over Detroit Lakes in Mid-State Conference girls hockey Thursday, Jan. 3 at Breezy Point Ice Arena in Pequot Lakes.
After entering the Let’s Play Hockey Class A boys hockey rankings at No. 15, the 8-0-1 Detroit Lakes Lakers moved up to No. 13 heading into a stretch of four of five games against Section 8A opponents, two ranked in the top 10.
No. 15A Detroit Lakes battled through its toughest game of the season and continued their unbeaten streak to nine games in a 1-1 regulation tie against the Otters in the final game of the Fergus Falls Holiday Classic Saturday, Dec. 29 in Fergus Falls. Laker seniors Trey Seebold and Nick Lund tallied back-to-back goals in a shootout to defeat the Otters 2-1 in the extra session.
Early goals in all three periods gave Detroit Lakes plenty of cushion on the scoreboard in a 7-3 victory over Providence Academy in the first game of the Fergus Falls Holiday Classic Friday, Dec. 28 at the Fergus Falls Ice Arena.
At this time of the season, a score of 143.45 in gymnastics is very respectable, likely good enough to win in the majority of gyms in Minnesota. The No. 7A Perham Yellowjackets put up those points in one place where first place is never given away. The No. 1-ranked Detroit Lakes Lakers scored a season-high 149.025 to back that up in a Section 8 dual victory Tuesday, Dec. 18 at Minnesota Flyers Gymnasium.