north central high school hockey

The Trojans stunned top-seeded North Central, 36-24, while the Rockets turned JOINED IN PROGRESS AFTER ESKYMO HOCKEY. 6:40 PM - High School Hockey. The first schools to form a varsity team in Minnesota were: St. Paul Mechanic Arts, St. Paul Central, St. Paul Academy, Minneapolis North, Minneapolis East. The Fox Valley Hawks Hockey Club (FV Hawks or the Club) is a non-profit plays in the Illinois High School Hockey League (IHSHL)- North Central Division.

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REGIONAL CHAMPS! Rockets Outlast Crystal Falls

The Rapid River Rockets scored on a trick play with 1:11 left in the fourth quarter and beat the Forest Park Trojans, 40-34, in a thrilling Eight-Man regional championship game on Friday. Click the above headline to read details and listen to post-game interviews.
ROAD WARRIORS: Trojans, Rockets Pull Surprises

The Forest Park Trojans and Rapid River Rockets pulled off playoff surprises Friday night as the post-season began. The Trojans stunned top-seeded North Central, 36-24, while the Rockets turned back the favored Engadine Eagles, 20-18, in Engadine. Click the above headline for details, and to see photos, videos from the Trojans-Jets game.

SPORTS BROADCASTS ON RRN STATIONS

Monday November 29, 2021

5:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. "Fast Talk" from the Performance Racing Network. On WCHT-FM (93.5) and WCHT-AM (NewsTalk 600)


6:00 PM - High School Basketball. 2021-22 Season Preview. Hosted by Jerry Root and featuring local coaches and players. On WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com. At 6:00 ET, 5:00 CT.


Tuesday November 30, 2021

6:15 PM - High School Hockey. Escanaba Eskymos vs Marquette Redmen. From Lakeview Arena in Marquette. On WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600) and on-line at www.rrnsports.com.


6:45 PM - High School Girls Basketball. Manistique Emeralds vs Negaunee Miners. From the Lakeview Memorial Gym in Negaunee. On WTIQ-FM/AM (98.5/1490) and on-line at https://streamdb6web.securenetsystems.net/cirrusencore/WTIQ


6:45 PM - NHL Hockey. Detroit Red Wings vs Boston Bruins. From the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. On WNGE-FM (99.5 Marquette), WDMJ-AM (1320 Marquette), and WMIQ-AM (1450) Iron Mountain. ALSO JOINED IN PROGRESS AFTER ESKYMO HOCKEY on WCHT-FM/AM (NewsTalk 93.5/600 Escanaba), 


6:45 PM - High School Girls Basketball. Bark River-Harris Broncos vs Ishpeming Hematites. From the Ishpeming High School Gym. On WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com/eagle1073/


7:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. "NASCAR Live". From the Motor Racing Network. On WGKL-FM (Kool 105.5) and radioresultsnetwork.com.


10:00 PM - NBA Basketball. Detroit Pistons vs Portland Trailblazers. From the Moda Center in Portland, Oregon. On WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600 Escanaba).


Wednesday December 1, 2021

6:00 PM - High School Basketball. 2021-22 Season Preview. Hosted by Jerry Root and featuring local coaches and players. On WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com. At 6:00 ET, 5:00 CT.


6:15 PM - Men's College Basketball. Michigan State University Spartans vs University of Louisville Cardinals. From the Breslin Center in East Lansing. Tip-off is 7:15 ET/6:15 CT. Coverage begins at 6:15 am ET/5:15 CT on WZNL-FM (94.3 Iron Mountain) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com/breeze


7:15 PM - NHL Hockey. Detroit Red Wings vs Seattle Kraken. From Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. On WNGE-FM (99.5 Marquette), WDMJ-AM (1320 Marquette), and WMIQ-AM (1450) Iron Mountain., and WCHT-FM/AM (NewsTalk 93.5/600 Escanaba),


Thursday December 2, 2021

5:45 PM - Women's College Basketball. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs Northwood University Timberwolves. From Midland, Michigan. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point Marquette) and WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600 Escanaba) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.


7:00 PM - High School Girls Basketball. Rapid River Rockets vs North Central Jets. From the Rapid River High School Gym. Coverage begins at 7:00 ET/6:00 CT. On WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com/eagle1073/


8:00 PM - Men's College Basketball. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs Northwood University Timberwolves. From Midland, Michigan. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point Marquette) and WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600 Escanaba) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.


8:35 PM - NBA Basketball. Detroit Pistons vs Phoenix Suns. From the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Arizona. JOINED IN PROGRESS AFTER NMU BASKETBALL. On WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600 Escanaba).


Friday December 3, 2021

5:15 PM - Women's College Basketball. Bay College Norse vs Macomb Community College Monarchs. From Warren, Michigan. On WGMV-FM (Maverick 106.3) and on-line at https://streamdb7web.securenetsystems.net/cirrusencore/WMXG


6:00 PM - College Hockey. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs. From the Berry Events Center in Marquette. Face-off is 6:37 p.m. Coverage begins at 6:00 p.m. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point), and www.radioresultsnetwork.com/thepoint/


7:00 PM - High School Girls Basketball. Gladstone Braves vs Negaunee Miners. From the Gladstone High School Gym. On WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600) and on-line at www.rrnsports.com.


7:15 PM - High School Girls Basketball. Carney-Nadeau Wolves vs Mid Peninsula Wolverines. From the Carney-Nadeau High School Gym. Coverage begins at 7:15 ET/6:15 CT. On WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com/eagle1073/


7:30 PM - Men's College Basketball. Bay College Norse vs Macomb Community College Monarchs. From Warren, Michigan. On WGMV-FM (Maverick 106.3) and on-line at https://streamdb7web.securenetsystems.net/cirrusencore/WMXG


Saturday December 4, 2021

12:40 PM - High School Hockey. Escanaba Eskymos vs Sault Ste. Marie Blue Devils. From Big Bear Arena in Sault Ste. Marie. On WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600) and on-line at www.rrnsports.com.


12:45 PM - Women's College Basketball. Bay College Norse vs Oakland Community College Raiders. From Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. On WGMV-FM (Maverick 106.3) and on-line at https://streamdb7web.securenetsystems.net/cirrusencore/WMXG


3:00 PM - Men's College Basketball. Bay College Norse vs Oakland Community College Raiders. From Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. On WGMV-FM (Maverick 106.3) and on-line at https://streamdb7web.securenetsystems.net/cirrusencore/WMXG


4:00 PM - Men's College Basketball. Michigan State University Spartans vs Toledo University Rockets. From the Breslin Center in East Lansing. Tip-off is 5:00 ET/4:00 CT. Coverage begins at 4:00 ET/3:00 CT on WZNL-FM (94.3 Iron Mountain) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com/breeze


6:00 PM - College Hockey. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs. From the Berry Events Center in Marquette. Face-off is 6:37 p.m. Coverage begins at 6:00 p.m. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point), WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and www.radioresultsnetwork.com/thepoint/ and www.radioresultsnetwork.com/eagle1073


6:45 PM - NHL Hockey. Detroit Red Wings vs New York Islanders. From Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. On WNGE-FM (99.5 Marquette), WDMJ-AM (1320 Marquette), and WMIQ-AM (1450) Iron Mountain., and WCHT-FM/AM (NewsTalk 93.5/600 Escanaba).


Sunday December 5, 2021

12:00 PM - NFL Football. Detroit Lions vs Minnesota Vikings. From Ford Field in Detroit. Kick-off is 1:00 ET/Noon CT. Coverage begins at Noon ET/11 am CT. On WCMM-FM (102.5 The Moose Escanaba), WJPD-FM (92.3 Marquette), and WIMK-FM (93.1 Iron Mountain)


Monday December 6, 2021

5:15 PM - Women's College Basketball. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs Michigan Tech University Huskies. From the SDC Gym in Houghton. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point Marquette) and WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600 Escanaba) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.


7:30 PM - Men's College Basketball. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs Michigan Tech University Huskies. From the SDC Gym in Houghton. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point Marquette) and WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600 Escanaba) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.



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Forest Park Holds Off BR-H Second Half Comeback
The Bark River-Harris Broncos fell behind by 13 points in the third quarter and were unable to come all the way back, losing to the Forest Park Trojans, 63-57, Monday night. Click the above headline for details and to see photos, video highlights.
STATE CHAMPIONS! Forest Park Dominates, 54-12
The Forest Park Trojans rolled to the eight-man football state championship on Saturday, beating Portland St. Patrick, 54-12, at the Superior Dome. Connor Bortolini had four touchdown runs and Peter Ropiak added three TD runs for the Trojans. Click the above headline to read the details, courtesy of MHSAA's "Second Half". (MHSAA Photo)
Forest Park Trojans Win 'D' Regional Championship
The Crystal Falls Forest Park Trojans scored all eight points of the second overtime and beat the Bark River-Harris Broncos, 62-54, in the Class D regional championship game Thursday night in Kingsford. Forest Park will face Engadine in the quarterfinals next week. Click the above headline to read game details, and photos taken by Reid Rahoi.
Cubs 2-0; Indians 1-1 At American Legion Tourney
The Escanaba Cubs and Gladstone Indians have started the 2016 American Legion Baseball season, just days after the end of the high school season. The Gregg Johnson Memorial Tournament has seven teams this time. Escanaba and Gladstone both won on Friday, after the Cubs beat the Indians Thursday. Click the above headline for scores.
Northern Michigan Women Fall In GLIAC Tourney
The Northern Michigan University women's basketball team fell to Ashland, 68-54, in the GLIAC tournament quarterfinals Tuesday night at Kates Gymnasium in Ohio. Click the above headline to read game details, courtesy of NMU Sports Information.

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  • NMU Women's Basketball Loses In Minnesota
    The Northern Michigan University women's basketball team traveled to Minnesota to face the St. Cloud State Huskies on Friday, and lost, 53-35. The Wildcats fell behind 22-7 after one quarter and played an even game from there, but could not cut into the deficit. Makayle Kuhn had eight points and eight rebounds for NMU.
  • Houghton Hockey Rolls Past Escanaba, 6-0
    The Escanaba High School team lost in the Keweenaw on Friday, falling to the Houghton Gremlins, 6-0. Camden Markham had a hat trick for the Gremlins in their season opener. Markham also had two assists. Connor Raffaelli had a goal and two assists. Escanaba goaltender Dylan Ziemke faced 50 shots and stopped 44 of them. Houghton goalie Troy Povich stopped all 18 of the shots he faced. Gaborik Carlson had a three-assist playmaker for the Gremlins.
  • Kingsford Tops Manistique In Emeralds 1st Hockey Game
    Hunter Fortner shorthanded goal in the second period as the Kingsford Flivvers topped the Manistique Emeralds 1-0 Thursday night in Iron Mountain. Isaiah Anderson stopped all 30 shots for the shutout. Alex Noble stopped 27 shots for the Emeralds in their first-ever official game (Manistique had beat Negaunee in a scrimmage Tuesday, 4-2). The new Emeralds team is a co-op with Newberry, Munising and Superior Central High Schools.


Источник: http://www.rrnsports.com/index.cfm?type=0&area=14&team=401&season=0&sport=0

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Pelavin, on the Board for two years now, also runs the website and social media. Oh, and he’s the Registrar, too.

“What we’ve done right as an organization is that we are community-based,” Pelavin says. “We have a good, good knowledge of who our community is, of who are skaters are, of who are parents are, and we gear the program to their needs – as opposed to forcing them to be in an organization that is too expensive or has too many expectations. We pride ourselves on the fact that we are a community-based  town league that is succeeding amidst other programs. We offer an excellent value for our price and the kids are responding.”

One of Pelavin’s key metrics includes players who might have left the program for greener pastures, only to return to the Sting.

“We have already seen a wave of kids leave and come back, which is always satisfying,” he says.

And if a player does seek those greener pastures, they won’t find any hard feelings.

“We have parents who say, ‘We understand you’re a town league, but my son needs to be in an elite league,’” says Pelavin. “And I say, ‘Well, your son performed very well in our evaluations, and we wish you luck. He’s a good kid and we hope to see you again.’ Those players and their commitment to the sport, and their parents’ commitment, are on a different level than the kids we’re trying to reach.”

Pelavin credits a robust house hockey program for their success.

“Price point is important for us,” he says. “It’s excellent for parents who want to have a less-expensive experience but still have a nice time with some quality kids and instructors.”

This year, the program expended from six teams to nine teams.

Источник: https://www.mahockey.org/news_article/show/1080252

In keeping with the HPHL mission to promote school pride and affiliation with a player’s local community, players will be assigned to teams based on the school they attend.

Players that homeschool, attend open-enrollment, charter, or private schools without a team affiliation are assigned to teams based on the public school attendance area they live in.  

Players living in the area of or attending a public school without a team affiliation will be assigned to a near by team by HPHL. Consideration is given to the school district the player’s school is in, where other players from the same school are playing, and distance to rinks. 

A few of our teams (mainly in Douglas County) are not able to take players from outside of their school per their district/school policy. Non-publilc school players living in these areas will be assigned to a near by team by HPHL.

The fall or winter (association, CPHL, or CHSAA) team that a player is on has no bearing on which HPHL team that player will play for.

We organize our teams by geographic division for administrative purposes.  That is how you will see them listed below. Prior to each season teams are tiered into competitive groups.  A team’s tier can vary from season to season depending on the make up of the team for that year. 

To find your team look through the teams and their affiliated schools listed under each division (north, north central, south, south central or girls).  Each division's director is also listed here.  More information and contacts for individual teams can be found on the team's page (left side bar).

You can also find some additional information for goalies under the goalie tab.

Источник: https://www.highplainshockey.com/teams
Nov 23 7:30pm Home Fargo Davies High School L 1 - 2 Nov 30 7:30pm Home West Fargo

Venue: Purpur Arena - Grand Forks

Dec 3 7:30pm Home Fargo South

Venue: Purpur Arena - Grand Forks

Dec 7 7:30pm Away West Fargo Sheyenne

Venue: West Fargo Sports Arena

Dec 9 7:30pm Away East Grand Forks

Venue: East Grand Forks Civic Center

Dec 14 7:30pm Home Devils Lake Firebirds

Venue: Purpur Arena - Grand Forks

Dec 16 7:30pm Home Grand Forks Red River

Venue: Purpur Arena - Grand Forks

Dec 28 7:15pm Home Bismarck Century

Venue: Purpur Arena - Grand Forks

Dec 29 3:15pm Home Bismarck High

Venue: Purpur Arena - Grand Forks

Jan 4 6:00pm Away Grafton-Park River

Venue: Grafton High School

Jan 7 7:30pm Home Fargo North High School

Venue: Purpur Arena - Grand Forks

Jan 11 7:30pm Away Fargo Davies High School

Venue: Scheels Arena

Jan 14 7:30pm Away West Fargo

Venue: West Fargo Sports Arena

Jan 18 7:30pm Away Fargo South

Venue: Scheels Arena

Jan 21 7:30pm Home West Fargo Sheyenne

Venue: Purpur Arena - Grand Forks

Jan 25 7:30pm Away Grand Forks Red River

Venue: Eagles Arena

Jan 27 6:30pm Away Devils Lake Firebirds

Venue: Devils Lake High School - Burdick Arena

Feb 4 7:30pm Home Grafton-Park River

Venue: Purpur Arena - Grand Forks

Feb 5 2:00pm Home Warroad High School

Venue: Purpur Arena - Grand Forks

Feb 8 7:00pm Away Fargo North High School

Venue: Fargo Coliseum

Feb 10 7:30pm Home East Grand Forks

Venue: Purpur Arena - Grand Forks

Feb 15 7:00pm - Feb 19 7:00pm Away 2022 NDHSAA East Region Boys Hockey Tournament

Venue: Grand Forks Purpur Arena

Feb 24 12:00pm - Feb 26 10:00pm Away 2022 NDHSAA Boys Hockey State Tournament

Venue: Scheels Arena

Источник: https://ndhsaanow.com/teams/icehockey-boys/264

High school hockey in Minnesota predates the official documented start of 1945 by almost 40 years where youth high school hockey can be traced to the late 1890’s to early 1900’s (depending on what source you read or investigate.) The then popular game of ice polo was evolving and hockey was taking over as the more popular winter pastime. Hockey had spread south from Canada to communities such as: Warroad, Roseau, Warren, Hallock, Argyle, Stephen, Thief River Falls, Crookston and Baudette. Hockey eventually flourished in the small range city of Eveleth, and Duluth. As the sport grew in popularity throughout the state in the men’s leagues, more rinks started to emerge and along with it the game of hockey gained tremendous popularity among Minnesota’s youth. The first schools to form a varsity team in Minnesota were: St. Paul Mechanic Arts, St. Paul Central, St. Paul Academy, Minneapolis North, Minneapolis East, Minneapolis West and Minneapolis Central. By 1900 two of the schools, St. Paul Central and St. Paul Mechanic Arts, were playing in a four-team men’s senior amateur circuit called the Twin City Senior Hockey League along with the St. Paul and Minneapolis Hockey Clubs. Most of the games were played at the old Star Roller Rink located at Fourth Avenue and 11th Street, which had been converted from a roller rink with natural ice for hockey in 1900. Several teams that year competed for the state amateur “mythical” championship, which featured teams from Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth and Two Harbors. By 1909 Roseau and Warroad began their high school hockey rivalry which continues on today. St. Paul Public High School hockey championships were held for the first time as well in 1909. By 1914 the Minneapolis High School Hockey Conference, which included East, West, North, and Central, as well as the St. Paul City Conference teams: Mechanic Arts, Central, Humboldt and Johnson, whom all maintained their very own school maintained outdoor rinks for team play. During the 1920’s the metro teams - tired of playing each other - began playing the northern teams more frequently. One of the first “north vs. south” games was in 1922 when St. Paul Central defeated Duluth Central (5-3) in Duluth. On March 19, 1923, Eveleth beat St. Paul Mechanic Arts (9-2) for the second state “mythical state championship”, an event that last took place in 1900. By 1926, the Northeastern Minnesota High School League was formed with teams from Duluth (Central and Cathedral) and the Iron Range Cities: Duluth, Eveleth, Chisholm, Virginia and Hibbing. High School hockey nonetheless was very popular throughout the entire state through the mid to late thirties. By 1925 natural ice was installed in the White Bear Lake Hippodrome at the Ramsey County Fairgrounds in White Bear Lake, and it happened to be the only indoor facility in the Twin Cities to possess indoor ice for the next 25 years. With the new White Bear Lake rink in operation the Bears high school team was resurrected and with it became the first Twin City suburb to ice a high school team. By the end of the 1920’s hockey was sponsored by some 25 high schools in Minnesota. The 1930’s however were a difficult time in America during the Great Depression forcing many public schools to drop their hockey programs. While some communities were forced to cancel hockey, others embraced youth hockey as an inexpensive form of entertainment and with it the game flourished. High School hockey briefly resurged in the late 1930’s but was slowed due to the impact of WWII in the early 1940’s. At the conclusion of WWII hockey was thwarted back into popularity not only in youth hockey, but in the college ranks and Minnesota was leading the way with Mr. Gene Aldrich “driving the bus” for youth hockey’s movement in Minnesota.

The late Gene Aldrich, former director of athletics for junior and senior high schools in St. Paul, had one child, a son named John. Gene Aldrich was, in a sense, also the father of another offspring- the annual Minnesota State High School Hockey Tournament, the first and most successful one of its type in the United States. Gene conceived the tournament in 1944, and because of his lobbying it was born in the St. Paul Auditorium shortly past 2 p.m. on Thursday, February 15, 1945, when the Thief River Falls Prowlers, and the White Bear Lake Bears faced off before 856 spectators.

Thief River Falls won that first game 3-2, even though White Bear Lake led 1-0 after one period on a goal at 9:29 bydefenseman George Kieffer, who, starting from his own blue line, carried the puck in alone and shot it past Prowler goalieRalph Engelstad for the tournament’s very first score. (Engelstad much later in life would donate $100 Million+ to the University of North Dakota, and $13.5 Million+ to ThiefRiver Falls to build 2 rinks that bear his name today) And so it began, Minnesota’s biggest single athletic event, since George Kieffer scored that first goal. 

The 1945 tournament consisted of eight teams, from so-called “regions” of Minnesota, that were invited to play for three consecutive days, Thursday through Saturday, to determine the state champion. Although the regions (today called classes A and AA) have been realigned and teams now must qualify through playoffs, the basic structure of single-elimination play to determine consolation, third-place, second-place, and championship winners remains the same as it was in the beginning.

Joining Thief River Falls (Region 8) and White Bear Lake (Region 2) in that first tournament in 1945 were: Rochester (Region 1), Granite Falls (Region 3), St. Paul Washington (Region 4), St. Cloud Tech (Region 5), Staples (Region 6), and Eveleth (Region 7). Eveleth’s Golden Bears won the championship by edging Thief River Falls (4-3) in the final game, which contrasted with the drubbings Eveleth had inflicted on its first two opponents, Granite Falls (16-0) and Washington (10-0). Washington won third place by beating St. Cloud Tech (7-1) and White Bear Lake shut out Granite Falls (4-0) for the consolation title. The all-tournament team of players selected for their excellence consisted of Neil Celley, Clem Cossalter, Pat Finnegan, and Wally Grant of Eveleth, Bob Baker, Jim Doyle, and Wes Hovie of Thief River Falls, and John Okoneski, the goalie of Washington. The Celley-Finnegan-Grant line, one still revered in Eveleth, scored 23 of Eveleth’s 30 tournament goals. It was Grant’s two third-period goals that brought Eveleth from behind to win in the championship game.

Although they fell victims to Eveleth in what is still the worst defeat in tournament history, the Granite Falls Granites of 1945 have become one of the most famous teams in Minnesota hockey lore, especially to those who cheer for the underdog. As did Staples, the Granites came to the tournament without regular uniforms. They were accustomed to playing in long pants and sweatshirts, with perhaps the most storied feature of their outfits being the newspapers and magazines that the players stuffed into their pants for shin guards. At the start of the tournament, Granite Falls was loaned uniforms for the tournament borrowed from St. Paul Monroe High School, although goalie Gorman Velde stuck with his trusty football helmet to help protect himself from the 31 shots that Eveleth whizzed his way. Once the game began, unexpected delays occurred; the Granites were unacquainted with blue lines and offside rules, so referee John Gustafson provided instructions as to how the game was to be played. Granite Falls won its next game, downing Rochester (2-1) in the first round of consolation play on Friday. The Granites came to the tournament the next year for their second and last time, losing both games they played. Of all the teams in the 1945 tournament, only Staples never returned.

In 1945 even the Eveleth team wore pieced-together uniforms. The jerseys were borrowed from the powerful Eveleth Junior College, and the breezers and skates were secondhand from the National Hockey League’s Chicago Blackhawks team, which then trained in Virginia, Minnesota. Eveleth was, however, prepared in the departments that count most: skating, passing, and shooting. With only 28 high schools in Minnesota having hockey squads registered as of 1945, teams such as Eveleth actually played other high schools infrequently; the Golden Bears were usually matched against amateur junior and senior teams from the Iron Range in games in which 20-minute periods, rather than the customary 12-minute periods of high school games, were typical. Accordingly, Eveleth dominated the early tournaments. The 1945 team was, therefore, more than a novelty; Cliff Thompson, who coached Eveleth into 12 tournaments, rated his first championship among his best teams.

With the first tournament over, Aldrich and his financial backer, Elmer Engelbert, assessed its success to decide whether to continue the next year. Aldrich had in fact planned the tournament carefully, arranging for its financing, civic promotion, and news coverage. Receipts from the attendance of 8,434 allowed Aldrich to reimburse Engelbert and then pay expenses. Aldrich had rented the Auditorium for $429.19. Liability insurance was also modest by today’s standards- $58.00. Tickets were printed for $159.84 and sold for commissions of $155.17. Trophies and medals cost $232.66. A major expense was $1,848.34 for lodging and meals for teams at the St. Paul Hotel. The teams also had traveling expenses ranging from $187.00 for Thief River Falls, which came the farthest, down to nothing for the local Washington team. The expenses for the Board of Control of the Minnesota State High School League were $236.50. Officials, trainers, and scorers were paid $242.00. Finally, after the final deduction of $46.12 for miscellaneous expenses (pucks, signs, and towels), a profit of $135.06 remained. This was given to the High School League. So, Aldrich considered the new arrival sufficiently healthy to rate another try in 1946.

Attendance increased to 11,035 for the 1946 tournament, whose balance matured amazingly beyond that if its predecessor; two games went into overtime and seven were decided by one goal. Spurred by a hat-trick by the mysterious “Masked Marvel”, Roseau won the championship game (6-0) over Rochester. Before losing to Roseau, Rochester scored one of the tournament’s first upsets by surprising Eveleth (2-1) in a strange semifinal game. Against Eveleth, coach Cliff Monrud’s Rockets were deployed in their defensive zone to form a cordon around their goalie, Clark Wilder, and sent passes to such forwards as Ray Purvis, who broke away for both Rochester goals. Eveleth took third place by defeating St. Paul Johnson (1-0), and St. Cloud Tech beat White Bear Lake for consolation honors, again (1-0). The other entries were Granite Falls and Minneapolis West. The tournament was now an established event being run both in control, and financially as well by the Minnesota State High School League as it is today.

Источник: https://history.vintagemnhockey.com/page/show/788264-mshsl-boys-high-school-hockey-history

Yes, Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra became a basketball fan while living in Indiana


The Indiana Pacers traveled 8,000 miles to find they have an unexpected fan in Bollywood and "Quantico" star Priyanka Chopra.

In the realm of NBA preseason revelations, that's pretty good.

But Chopra caught everyone off guard when explaining why she's cheered for the team for more than 20 years.

“I went to high school in Indiana," Chopra said during a sideline TV interview when the Pacers played Oct. 5 in Mumbai, India. "I was at North Central High School in Indianapolis. So, I mean, I have to love the Pacers, right?”

Credit the scoop to Eddie White, the team's director of corporate communications and host of the "Pacers Overtime" radio show. White interviewed Chopra as part of the Fox Sports Indiana telecast.

“So you’re a Panther rooting for the Pacers in India," White said, using North Central's Panthers nickname to address the actress and pop singer.

“Isn’t that crazy?" replied Chopra, whose U.S. fame has increased since her 2018 marriage to Jonas Brothers singer Nick Jonas.

With Chopra sharing no additional details about her time in Indianapolis, IndyStar sought to confirm her enrollment at North Central once the school returned Monday from a week of fall break.

It turns out, yes, Chopra attended North Central for the spring semester of her freshman year in 1997.

It's nearly an "Indianapolis knew them when" anecdote to rival hockey icon Wayne Gretzky's time at Broad Ripple High School in 1978. Gretzky, then 17, played eight games for the Indianapolis Racers of the World Hockey Association before being traded to the Edmonton Oilers.

Chopra, however, was as anonymous as hundreds of other ninth graders at North Central. The native of Jamshedpur, India — a city 1,000 miles east of Mumbai — lived with relatives in the United States as a teenager.

A 2018 profile in Vogue magazine mentions yearly moves, including stops in Iowa, Indiana, New York and Massachusetts. After returning to India, Chopra won the Miss World title in 2000.

Passionate about the Pacers

The spring of 1997 was not a high point in Indiana Pacers history.

Injuries to center Rik Smits and forward Derrick McKey factored in a mediocre 39-43 record, and coach Larry Brown exited at the end of the season.

But it's not difficult to understand why Chopra gravitated to a roster highlighted by Reggie Miller, Antonio Davis, Dale Davis, Mark Jackson and Jalen Rose.

Larry Bird became the team's coach for the 1997-98 season, and the Pacers advanced to the NBA Finals two seasons later.

Chopra posed with Bird for a photo in Mumbai, and she posted the image — complete with a Boomer mascot toy clutched in her left hand — for her 45 million Instagram followers to see.

Chopra sat near the Pacers bench during the Oct. 5 game, and she showed off a miniature souvenir Pacers basketball during the TV interview.

"She was cheering like it was Game 7 of the Finals," White said.

Promoting hoops in India

White first encountered Chopra at a VIP reception before the Pacers and the Sacramento Kings played two games in Mumbai.

The Kings, owned by Mumbai native Vivek Ranadive, were the unofficial "home" team for the NBA expedition. White wasn't surprised when Chopra posed for a photo with that squad.

Her subsequent greeting for the Pacers left White perplexed:

"She said, 'My team, my favorite team. I love the Pacers. I root for you every game, all season long.' "

White spoke with Chopra briefly at the reception — long enough to learn she studied in Indianapolis but not long enough to pinpoint the specific school.

Before their on-air interview, White asked the star of new film "The Sky is Pink" what she remembered about her time here.

"She said, 'That’s where I fell in love with basketball,' " White said.

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THINKING IT'S TIME TO JOIN THE BLUE DEVILS?

Benefits of High School Hockey

Change is tough.  There's no denying that, especially when you've grown up playing "club" hockey. But exploring new opportunities -- growing -- is what high school is all about! If you're considering the pluses and minuses of joining the BLUE DEVILS, please keep in mind the following benefits:

1.  Playing for your high school team is an exhilarating experience! Do you want to just "play hockey" or do you want to play hockey for your high school team in front of a cheering student section? Hockey is one of the fastest growing high school sports, and students at Warren love their hockey team!

2.  Be involved in your high school! Warren hockey athletic performance  is recognized through the school and high performers earn varsity letters.

3.   There's nothing like a BLUE DEVIL home game! Fans come out to cheer for YOU and their school!

4.   Opportunities to earn scholarships, including Chicago Blackhawk Alumni Scholarship, which is only available to high school hockey players.

5.   You will have a well-developed group of friends before you even start high school.

6.   All-Star games. It's a real honor to be an All-Star on your high school team and you are recognized for your achievement.

7.   Skills development. Great coaches know how to make you even better!

8.   Great competition. Warren plays in the prestigious North  Central Division against top High School teams including New Trier.

9.   Ability to play Fall or Spring Sports in addition to being on the hockey team.

10.   Games and individual athletic performance is highlighted in local and school social media. 

11.   Coverage in the Warren High School Year Book.

12.   State championship AND conference championship tournaments.

13.   Cost effective! Travel expenses can be significantly less.

14.   You can make a difference!

15.   FUN!!! You're in high school and it's one of the best times of your life! High school hockey may be one of your best memories for the rest of your life! Don't miss the opportunity!

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Yes, Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra became a basketball fan while living in Indiana


The Indiana Pacers traveled 8,000 miles to find they have an unexpected fan in Bollywood and "Quantico" star Priyanka Chopra.

In the realm of NBA preseason revelations, that's pretty good.

But Chopra caught everyone off guard when explaining why she's cheered for the team for more than 20 years.

“I went to high school in Indiana," Chopra said during a sideline TV td bank stock exchange when the Pacers played Oct. 5 in Mumbai, India. "I was at North Central High School in Indianapolis. So, I mean, I have to love the Pacers, right?”

Credit the scoop to Eddie White, the team's director of corporate communications and host of the "Pacers Overtime" radio show. White interviewed Chopra as part of the Fox Sports Indiana telecast.

“So you’re a Panther rooting for the Pacers in India," White said, using North Central's Panthers nickname to address the actress and pop singer.

“Isn’t that bk com lets play replied Chopra, whose U.S. fame has increased since her 2018 marriage to Jonas Brothers singer Nick Jonas.

With Chopra sharing no additional details about her time in Indianapolis, IndyStar sought to confirm her enrollment at North Central once the school returned Monday from a week of fall break.

It turns out, yes, Chopra attended North Central for the spring semester of her freshman year in 1997.

It's nearly an "Indianapolis knew them when" anecdote to rival hockey icon Wayne Gretzky's time at Broad Ripple High School in 1978. Gretzky, then 17, played eight games for the Indianapolis Racers of the World Hockey Association before being traded to the Edmonton Oilers.

Chopra, however, was as anonymous as hundreds of other ninth graders at North Central. The native of Jamshedpur, India — a city 1,000 miles east of Mumbai — lived with relatives in the United States as a teenager.

A 2018 profile in Vogue magazine mentions yearly moves, including stops in Iowa, Indiana, New York and Massachusetts. After returning to India, Chopra won the Miss World title in 2000.

Passionate about the Pacers

The spring of 1997 was not a high point in Indiana Pacers history.

Injuries to center Rik Smits and forward Derrick McKey factored in a mediocre 39-43 record, and coach Larry Brown exited at the end of the season.

But it's not difficult to understand why Chopra gravitated to a roster highlighted by Reggie Miller, Antonio Davis, Dale Davis, Mark Jackson and Jalen Rose.

Larry Bird became the team's coach for the 1997-98 season, and the Pacers advanced to the NBA Finals two seasons later.

Chopra posed with Bird for a photo in Mumbai, and she posted the image — complete with a Boomer mascot toy clutched in her left hand — for her 45 million Instagram followers to see.

Chopra sat near the Pacers bench during the Oct. 5 game, and she showed off a miniature souvenir Pacers basketball during the TV interview.

"She was cheering like it was Game 7 of the Finals," White said.

Promoting hoops in Chase freedom credit card payment mailing address first encountered Chopra at a VIP reception before the Pacers and the Sacramento Kings played two games in Mumbai.

The Kings, owned by Mumbai native Vivek Ranadive, were the unofficial "home" team for the NBA expedition. White wasn't surprised when Chopra posed for a photo with that squad.

Her subsequent greeting for the Pacers left White perplexed:

"She said, 'My team, my favorite team. I love the Pacers. I root for you every game, all season long.' "

White spoke with Chopra briefly at the reception — long enough to learn she studied in Indianapolis but not long enough to pinpoint the specific school.

Before their on-air interview, White asked the star of new film "The Sky is Pink" what she remembered about her time here.

"She said, 'That’s where I fell in love with basketball,' " White said.

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REGIONAL CHAMPS! Rockets Outlast Crystal Falls

The Rapid River Rockets scored on a trick play with 1:11 left in the fourth quarter and beat the Forest Park Trojans, 40-34, in a thrilling Eight-Man regional championship game on Friday. Click the above headline to read details and listen to post-game interviews.
ROAD WARRIORS: Trojans, Rockets Pull Surprises

The Forest Park Trojans and Rapid River Rockets pulled off playoff surprises Friday night as the post-season began. The Trojans stunned top-seeded North Central, 36-24, while the Rockets turned back the favored Engadine Eagles, 20-18, in Engadine. Click the above headline for details, and to see photos, videos from the Bank of america home loans jobs game.

SPORTS BROADCASTS ON RRN North central high school hockey November 29, 2021

5:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. "Fast Talk" from the Performance Racing Network. On WCHT-FM (93.5) and WCHT-AM (NewsTalk 600)


6:00 PM - High School Basketball. 2021-22 Season Preview. Hosted by Jerry Root and featuring local coaches and players. On WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com. At 6:00 ET, 5:00 CT.


Tuesday November 30, 2021

6:15 PM - High School Hockey. Escanaba Eskymos vs Marquette Redmen. From Lakeview Arena in Marquette. On WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600) and on-line at www.rrnsports.com.


6:45 PM - High School Girls Basketball. Manistique Emeralds vs Negaunee Miners. From the Lakeview Memorial Gym in Negaunee. On WTIQ-FM/AM (98.5/1490) and on-line at https://streamdb6web.securenetsystems.net/cirrusencore/WTIQ


6:45 PM - NHL Hockey. Detroit Red Wings vs Boston Bruins. From the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. On WNGE-FM (99.5 Marquette), WDMJ-AM (1320 Marquette), and WMIQ-AM (1450) Iron Mountain. ALSO JOINED IN PROGRESS AFTER ESKYMO HOCKEY on WCHT-FM/AM (NewsTalk 93.5/600 Escanaba), 


6:45 PM - High School Girls Basketball. Bark River-Harris Broncos vs Ishpeming Hematites. From the Ishpeming High School Gym. On WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com/eagle1073/


7:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. "NASCAR Live". From the Motor Racing Network. On WGKL-FM (Kool 105.5) and radioresultsnetwork.com.


10:00 PM - NBA Basketball. Detroit Pistons vs Portland Trailblazers. From the Moda Center in Portland, Oregon. On WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600 Escanaba).


Wednesday December 1, 2021

6:00 PM - High School Basketball. 2021-22 Season Preview. Hosted by Jerry Root and featuring local coaches and players. On WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com. At 6:00 ET, 5:00 CT.


6:15 PM - Men's College Basketball. Michigan State University Spartans vs University of Louisville Cardinals. From the Breslin Center in East Lansing. Tip-off is 7:15 ET/6:15 CT. Coverage begins at 6:15 am ET/5:15 CT on WZNL-FM (94.3 Iron Mountain) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com/breeze


7:15 PM - NHL Hockey. Detroit Red Wings vs Seattle Kraken. From Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. On WNGE-FM (99.5 Marquette), WDMJ-AM (1320 Marquette), and WMIQ-AM (1450) Iron Mountain., and WCHT-FM/AM (NewsTalk 93.5/600 Escanaba),


Thursday December 2, 2021

5:45 PM - Women's College Basketball. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs Northwood University Timberwolves. From Midland, Michigan. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point Marquette) and WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600 Escanaba) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.


7:00 PM - High School Girls Basketball. Rapid River Rockets vs North Central Jets. From the Rapid River High School Gym. Coverage begins at 7:00 ET/6:00 CT. On WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com/eagle1073/


8:00 PM - Men's College Basketball. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs Northwood University Timberwolves. From American eagle credit union routing number st louis, Michigan. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point Marquette) and WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600 Escanaba) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.


8:35 PM - NBA North central high school hockey. Detroit Pistons vs Phoenix Suns. From the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Arizona. JOINED IN PROGRESS AFTER NMU BASKETBALL. On WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600 Escanaba).


Friday December 3, 2021

5:15 PM - Women's College Basketball. Bay College Norse vs Macomb Community College Monarchs. From Warren, Michigan. On WGMV-FM (Maverick 106.3) and on-line at https://streamdb7web.securenetsystems.net/cirrusencore/WMXG


6:00 PM - College Hockey. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs. From the Berry Events Center in Marquette. Face-off is 6:37 p.m. Coverage begins at 6:00 p.m. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point), and www.radioresultsnetwork.com/thepoint/


7:00 PM - High School Girls Basketball. Gladstone Braves vs Negaunee Miners. From the Gladstone High School Gym. On WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600) and on-line at www.rrnsports.com.


7:15 PM - High School Girls Basketball. Carney-Nadeau Wolves vs Mid Peninsula Wolverines. From the Carney-Nadeau High School Gym. Coverage begins at 7:15 ET/6:15 CT. On WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com/eagle1073/


7:30 PM - Men's College Basketball. Bay College Norse vs Macomb Community College Monarchs. From Warren, Michigan. On WGMV-FM (Maverick 106.3) and on-line at https://streamdb7web.securenetsystems.net/cirrusencore/WMXG


Saturday December 4, 2021

12:40 PM - High School Hockey. Escanaba Eskymos vs Sault Ste. Marie Blue North central high school hockey. From Big Bear Arena in Sault Ste. Marie. On WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600) and on-line at www.rrnsports.com.


12:45 PM - Women's College Basketball. Bay College Norse vs Oakland Community College Raiders. From Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. On WGMV-FM (Maverick 106.3) and on-line at https://streamdb7web.securenetsystems.net/cirrusencore/WMXG


3:00 PM - Men's College Basketball. Bay College Norse vs Oakland Community College Raiders. From Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. On WGMV-FM (Maverick 106.3) and on-line at https://streamdb7web.securenetsystems.net/cirrusencore/WMXG


4:00 PM - Men's College Basketball. Michigan State University Spartans vs Toledo University Rockets. From the Breslin Center in East Lansing. Tip-off is 5:00 ET/4:00 CT. Coverage begins at 4:00 ET/3:00 CT on WZNL-FM (94.3 Iron Mountain) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com/breeze


6:00 PM - College Hockey. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs. From the Berry Events Center in Marquette. Face-off is 6:37 p.m. Coverage begins at 6:00 p.m. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point), WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and www.radioresultsnetwork.com/thepoint/ and www.radioresultsnetwork.com/eagle1073


6:45 PM - NHL Hockey. Detroit Red Wings vs New York Islanders. From Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. On WNGE-FM (99.5 Marquette), WDMJ-AM (1320 Marquette), and WMIQ-AM (1450) Iron Mountain., and WCHT-FM/AM (NewsTalk 93.5/600 Escanaba).


Sunday December 5, 2021

12:00 PM - NFL Football. Detroit Lions vs Minnesota Vikings. From Ford Field in Detroit. Kick-off is 1:00 ET/Noon CT. Coverage begins at Noon ET/11 am CT. On WCMM-FM (102.5 The Moose Escanaba), WJPD-FM (92.3 Marquette), and WIMK-FM (93.1 Iron Mountain)


Monday December 6, 2021

5:15 PM - Women's College Basketball. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs Michigan Tech University Huskies. From north central high school hockey SDC Gym in Houghton. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point Marquette) and WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600 Escanaba) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.


7:30 PM - Men's College Basketball. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs Michigan Tech University Huskies. From the SDC Gym in Houghton. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point Marquette) and WCHT-FM/AM (93.5/600 Escanaba) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.



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Forest Park Holds Off BR-H Second Half Comeback
The Bark River-Harris Broncos fell behind by 13 points in the third quarter and were unable to come all north central high school hockey way back, losing to the Forest Park Trojans, 63-57, Monday night. Click the above headline for details and to see photos, video highlights.
STATE CHAMPIONS! Forest Park Dominates, 54-12
The Forest Park Trojans rolled to the eight-man football state championship on Saturday, beating Portland St. Patrick, 54-12, at the Superior Dome. Connor Bortolini had four touchdown runs and Peter Ropiak added three TD runs for the Trojans. Click the above headline to read the details, courtesy of MHSAA's "Second Half". (MHSAA Photo)
Forest Park Trojans Win 'D' Regional Championship
The Crystal Falls Forest Park Trojans scored all eight points of the second overtime and beat the Bark River-Harris Broncos, 62-54, in the Class D regional championship game Thursday night in Kingsford. Forest Park will face Engadine in the quarterfinals next week. Click the above headline to read game details, and photos taken by Reid Rahoi.
Cubs 2-0; Indians 1-1 At American Legion Tourney
The Escanaba Cubs and Gladstone Indians have started the 2016 American Legion Baseball season, just days after the end of the high school season. The Gregg Johnson Memorial Tournament has seven teams this time. Escanaba and Gladstone both won on Friday, after the Cubs beat the Indians Thursday. Click the above headline for scores.
Northern Michigan Women Fall In GLIAC Tourney
The Northern Michigan University women's basketball team fell to Ashland, 68-54, in the GLIAC tournament quarterfinals Tuesday night at Kates Gymnasium in Ohio. Click the above headline to read game details, courtesy of NMU Sports Information.

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  • NMU Women's Basketball Loses In Minnesota
    The Northern Michigan University women's basketball team traveled to Minnesota to face the St. Cloud State Huskies on Friday, and lost, 53-35. The Wildcats fell behind 22-7 after one quarter and played an even game from there, but could not cut into the deficit. Makayle Kuhn had eight points and eight rebounds for NMU.
  • Houghton Hockey Rolls Past Escanaba, 6-0
    The Escanaba High School team lost in the Keweenaw on Friday, falling to the Houghton Gremlins, 6-0. Camden Markham had a hat trick for the Gremlins in their season opener. Markham also had two assists. Connor Raffaelli had a goal and two assists. Escanaba goaltender Dylan Ziemke faced 50 shots and stopped 44 of them. Houghton goalie Troy Povich stopped all 18 of the shots he faced. Gaborik Carlson had a three-assist playmaker for the Gremlins.
  • Kingsford Tops Manistique In Emeralds 1st Hockey Game
    Hunter Fortner shorthanded goal in the second period as the Kingsford Flivvers topped the Manistique Emeralds 1-0 Thursday night in Iron Mountain. Isaiah Anderson stopped all 30 shots for the shutout. Alex Noble stopped 27 shots for the Emeralds in their first-ever official game (Manistique had beat Negaunee in a scrimmage Tuesday, 4-2). The new Emeralds team is a co-op with Newberry, Munising and Superior Central High Schools.


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Welcome to the IHSHL North Central Division webiste.

 

 

CLICK ON THE LOGO BELOW TO BE RE-DIRECTED TO THE IHSHL STATS PAGE!

 

 


 

Congratulations to all the teams on a great season in the IHSHL North Central Divison.  Here are the Championship series matchups and results.

 

CHAMPIONS VARSITY DIVISION

 

  VS   

 

Game 1 - Highalnd Park 5  New Trier Blue 2

Game 2 - New Trier Blue 4  Highland Park 2

        Game 3 - New Trier Blue 4  Highland Park 3 (OT)

 

New Trier Blue wins Champions Varsity Division Championship

 

PLATINUM VARSITY DIVISION

 

 VS 

 

Game 1 - LZM  6  St. Pats  5(OT)

Game 2 - St. Pats  8  LZM  6

Game 3 - LZM 6  St. Pats  4

 

Lake Zurich/Mundelein wins Platinum Varsity Division Championship

 

 

STERLING VARSITY DIVISION

 

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D155   4    Libertyville/Vernonhills  3

 

D155 Predators wins Sterling Varsity Division Championship

 

 

CHAMPION JV DIVISION

 

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PREP   1  New Trier  0

 

Prep wins Champion JV Division Championship

 

STERLING JV DIVISION

 

  VS  

 

Latin 3  PREP  2

 

Latin wins Sterling JV Division Championship

 

Источник: https://www.hometeamsonline.com/teams/?u=IHSHL&s=hockey

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