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Hohenstein wins state coaching award

Ely’s Todd Hohenstein has been named the state’s top assistant Nordic ski coach for the 2004-2005 season.Hohenstein,

Golden Eagles’ comeback cut short

A furious second-half rally fell just short, and the Tower-Soudan Golden Eagles’ remarkable postseason run came to an

Next stop, Junior Olympics

They’ve already shown that they can ski with the best that Minnesota has to offer.Now, a select group of Ely athletes

VCC wins consolation trophy

It was Central Lakes that cost the Vermilion Ironmen the division championship and a top seed for the state community

The playoff March begins

The Ely Timberwolves will be underdogs - perhaps big underdogs - when they open Section 7AA high school boys basketba

Girls take second at state ski meet

The only thing better would have been a state championship.But the Ely Nordic Wolves will take second-best after a sp

Skaters ousted by top seed

Ely’s high school hockey team made tremendous strides down the home stretch of the 2004-2005 season, rebounding from

Scott scores 2,000th point

Since he started playing basketball in elementary school, Tim Scott has stepped up to the free throw line hundreds of

Ironmen stay in contention

The race for the Northern Division championship includes four teams and may go down to the final game, and the Vermil

Girls first, boys second at sections

They captured their second straight section championship and senior Jenna Klein swept the classical and freestyle rac

Ironmen’s late rally falls short

It would have been a comeback for the record books.Trailing by 30 points with nine minutes left, the Vermilion Ironme

Scott erupts for 49

Tim Scott is on his way to becoming one of the select few players in Minnesota to amass 2,000 points and 1,000 reboun

Jamnick, unbeaten T-S too much for Ely girls

Unbeaten Tower-Soudan completed a season sweep of Ely’s high school girls basketball team last week.

Ely skiers ranked second

As the high school Nordic skiing season hits its home stretch, the Ely Timberwolves seem primed for another run at th

Weather wreaks havoc with sports schedules

It’s almost taken for granted in northeastern Minnesota that high school spring sports are held hostage by the weathe

Ironwomen long for victory

The Vermilion Ironwomen are hoping that persistence pays off.It’s been a long winter for the community college basket

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