Sports

Fri
31
Aug

Nighthawks upset Ely in five

UP HIGH and over the net for Ely’s Brielle Kallberg against Northeast Range. Photos by Eric Sherman.

by Tom Coombe -

Wed
29
Aug

Question marks abound; Year of change for football team starts Thursday at Ogilvie

by Tom Coombe -

Wed
29
Aug

A coaching journey: Vermilion’s Kosik goes from Texas to LA to Ely

by Tom Coombe -

Fri
24
Aug

Sled hockey camp comes to Ely

BIG GROUP - Sled hockey camp players, coaches, parents and family members at Veterans on the Lake Resort. Submitted photo.

by Tom Coombe -

Sat
18
Aug

Wolves’ workouts have a new look

by Tom Coombe -

Sat
11
Aug

Fall sports practices set to begin Monday

by Tom Coombe -

Sat
11
Aug

Junior Legion knocked off, winds up fourth at Substate

by Tom Coombe -

Fri
03
Aug

Legion fourth in substate; Post 248 rallies to beat Taconite, but falls short against Esko

A THROW ACROSS THE DIAMOND for Ely senior Thomas Montana, who also had three hits in Post 248’s Legion playoff victory against Taconite July 27 at Veterans Memorial Field. Photo by Eric Sherman

Tue
31
Jul

High school fall sports meeting set for Aug. 6

With opening practices just over two weeks away, Ely Memorial High School has scheduled an all-sports students and parents meeting to get ready for the upcoming season.
The session is set for Monday, Aug. 6 starting at 6 p.m., in the high school gymnasium.
The meeting is open to parents and all students who plan to participate in football, volleyball, cross country, dance team or girls swimming this fall.
Coaches will be invited to address their players with information about first practices, and registration forms will be available to pick up and complete.
Those unable to attend are urged to get in contact with their respective coach to get early-season information.
For more details, contact athletic director Tom Coombe at 235-1025 or Tcoombe@ely.k12.mn.us.

Sat
28
Jul

Ely stays alive in Legion playoffs; Post 248 squeaks past Virginia in Legion elimination round

Runs were at a premium Wednesday, as pitching dominated on the opening day of the American Legion Division II Substate Tournament.
Host Ely scored just enough to stay alive, edging Virginia 4-2 in the elimination round after suffering a 4-1 defeat to Esko earlier in the day.
Post 248 had only eight hits in two contests, but none was bigger than Tyler Housey’s second-inning, two-run triple against Virginia.
The hit provided the difference in the ballgame and gave Ely some cushion to fend off a late Virginia rally.
Senior Gage Merhar got the last two outs in the seventh inning for Zach Anderson, who scattered eight hits and fanned seven en route to his fourth win of the summer.
Ely (16-12) still faces a long-road in the double-elimination tournament, starting with Friday’s game against fellow Range contender Taconite.
A win puts Post 248 against either Proctor or Esko later that day, while Pierz and Wadena went unbeaten on the opening day.

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