This is the final week of the high school girls hockey regular season. Here's a quick look at where each of the three Bulletin-area teams stand as the post-season approaches.
With as young of a roster as it has this season, the Mounds View High School wrestling team was a bit of a question mark — even to the coaches.
Irondale High School senior Mary Heinks competes in the classic race at the Mesabi East Invitational on Jan. 10 at Giants Ridge in Biwabik. (photo courtesy of Pam Axberg)
The Irondale High School Nordic ski racing teams are usually in the hunt when it comes to berths in the state meet. The Knights' teams were ranked in the top 16 in the state back in late December.
Last week was a bit of a trip to the past for the Irondale High School girls hockey team. The schedule included games against the Knights’ two closest rivals.
The three Bulletin-area high schools have a combined 11 varsity teams participating in holiday tournaments between now and when school resumes on Jan. 5.
Here’s a look at where those teams are headed over the next week or so.
A season ago, the Irondale High School boys basketball team won just two games. Only seven games into this season, the Knights have already eclipsed last year’s win total.
Irondale High School fall All-Conference selections
2014-15 Irondale High School girls basketball schedule
It was 13 seasons ago that the Irondale High School girls basketball team last made it to the state tournament. Since then, winning records and playoff victories have been few and far between for the Knights.
On the evening when the Polars inducted two members into the North High Boys Hockey Hall of Fame, they did little else to distinguish themselves on the ice.
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