Underwood single-sport athlete Marc Horikoshi is confident that despite some early-season hiccups for the boys’ basketball team, the fabric that binds them together will be enough to get the Rockets moving in the right direction come playoff time.
The Fergus Falls boys’ and girls’ basketball teams will be hosting a “Shoot for the Cure” Night Tuesday.
Midwinter can be a bit of a difficult time for anglers as the hot bite of early ice, particularly for walleyes, has passed on most bodies of water. Those anglers who shift gears and chase panfish like crappies can, however, often find cooperative fish at this time. Here is a look at some tho…
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PERHAM — The Pelican Rapids girls’ basketball team remained undefeated as they defeated Heart O’Lakes Conference foe Perham 62-39 Thursday.
VERNDALE — The Henning boys’ basketball used a solid defensive effort to cruise past Verndale 67-27 Thursday.
ASHBY — The Rothsay girls’ basketball team beat Little Eight Conference foe Ashby 56-35 Thursday.
WILLMAR — The Fergus Falls wrestling team took on a tough Willmar Cardinals team Thursday, falling 65-10.
BRAINERD — The Fergus Falls gymnastics team traveled Thursday to take on Central Lakes Conference foe Brainerd. The hosting Warriors would gain the upperhand as they defeated the Otters 142.25-128.15.
The Fergus Falls Squirt C hockey team hosted the Frozen Tundra hockey tournament this past weekend at the Community Ice Arena. The tournament consisted of six teams; three teams from Minnesota, two teams from North Dakota and another team from Canada.
The Fergus Falls boys’ basketball team made quick work of the visiting Menahga Braves Thursday as they put the game in running time early in the second half on the way to a 85-36 victory.
Underwood multisport athlete Ally Johnson is an important component on this year’s Rockets girls’ basketball team, as one of only three other seniors, Johnson is known on-court for her persistence and indomitable spirit that has a way of inspiring teammates.
M State men’s basketball game at Riverland on Saturday has been moved to Sunday at 3 p.m.
Cleveland warming house is closed today due to the cold temperatures.
One of the advantages of ice fishing over open-water fishing is that bites from fish can often be “seen” better in winter than in summer! What I mean is that, since anglers fish vertically right below where they sit and on stationary platforms, monitoring baits being fished and detecting bi…
Take a Kid Ice Fishing Weekend is this Saturday, Jan. 18, through Monday, Jan. 20.
BATTLE LAKE — The Battle Lake girls’ basketball team topped the visiting Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley Wolverines 52-33 Tuesday.
BRANDON — The Ashby girls’ basketball team fell behind in the first half and could not recover as the hosting Brandon-Evansville Chargers picked up a 62-44 Little Eight Conference win Monday.
ALEXANDRIA — The Fergus Falls girls’ hockey team could not find an answer for rival Alexandria as the Cardinals claimed a 5-2 victory Tuesday.
The Fergus Falls 12U B girls’ hockey team went 1-1 over the weekend as they took to the road to face Little Falls/Brainerd and Alexandria. On Saturday, they traveled to Little Falls. Rachel Debrito got the Otters on the board first as Shay Katzenmeyer and Ava Eklund teamed up for the assist.…
The Fergus Falls High School Claybuster trap team is fired up for the 2020 season.
The Fergus Falls girls’ basketball team picked up its 13 victory in a row as it defeated the hosting Hawley Nuggets 63-36 Tuesday.
SAUK CENTRE — The Fergus Falls boy’s hockey team used a five-goal first period to cruise to a 7-1 victory over hosting Prairie Centre Tuesday.
The Fergus Falls boys’ basketball team improve their record to 9-3 overall after dismantling the Cardinals 74-42 in Willmar Monday, sending the clock into running time during the final stanza of the game.
The year 2020 will be a year to celebrate for the Fergus Falls Fish and Game Club. This alliance of sportsmen and women will mark its 100th anniversary with a variety of speakers, activities, and 10-month standing display at the Otter Tail County Historical Museum.
The Fergus Falls Prairie’s Edge Dental 10U hockey team traveled to Fargo Jan. 3-5, kicking off 2020 with the 10U international tournament. Sixteen teams from Minnesota and Canada were in competition for the A trophy, with 16 each competing at 10U B, 12U A and 12U B.
The Hillcrest girls’ basketball team took on one of the top teams in Section 6A Saturday in the Park Christian Falcons. The visiting Falcons would soar past the Comets to take a 54-33 victory.
A big second half allowed the hosting Hillcrest boys’ basketball team to claim a 74-59 victory over the visiting Park Christian Falcons Saturday.
The Otter Tail Central Bulldog wrestling team wrestled to a 5-2 duel record this week and captured a first ever pool championship at the Rick Lee Duels held in Bemidji.
The Hillcrest girls’ basketball team welcome in Little Eight Conference rival Battle Lake Friday night. As the game winded down, the visiting Battlers would exit the gymnasium with a 42-28 victory over the Comets.
In a game of runs, the Fergus Falls girls’ basketball team held off Central Lakes Conference foe Sartell to pick up the Otters 12th consecutive victory 55-47 Friday.
Underwood multisport athlete Winston Heifort has already made school history once this year as a member of the Rockets’ first 11-man football team and state participant. Now with the basketball season in full stride Winston is hopeful the boys’ team will overcome some early hiccups in time f…
The local ice fishing season held so much promise back in November when an early cold snap created a nice coating of black ice on many lakes in Otter Tail County.
On Saturday, Jan. 4 against the Ortonville Trojans, Underwood multisport athlete Kayla Rocholl made school history by becoming a member of the basketball team’s 1,000-point club, a select group of which older brother, Brady, is also a member.