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  • Lady Warriors Endure Hectic Week

    Pat Garry|Jan 13, 2024

    Submitted by Pat Garry, Staff Writer The Warroad girls hockey team welcomed the new year with a lot of ice time. Now holders of an 11-5-0 overall record, the Lady Warriors went 1-2 in a very busy week. On Tuesday, January 2, the girls lost a tight one to Bemidji, 1-0, at Bemidji Community Arena. Bouncing back strong on Friday, the Warroad kids bested St. Cloud, 8-3, at the MAC in St. Cloud. Closing the week on Saturday, again the Warriors dropped a 1-0 squeaker to Brainerd/Little Falls, at Essential Health Sports Center. Bemidji Game Power...

  • Christmas Break Provides Ram's With A Win

    Gregg Iverson|Jan 6, 2024

    Submitted by: Gregg Iverson For the past few years, the Rams boys’ basketball team has been scheduling a Section matchup at home, with the Crookston Pirates, during the Christmas break. I can only imagine it’s a welcomed game, too. Not only for the players, but for the coaches as well. I mean, how many practices can you have during any school break before one starts to get complacent? Just after Boxing Day, (if you don’t know, look it up,) the Rams hosted the Pirates on the afternoon of Wednesday, 12/27. The Rams are sitting on a 4 game winni...

  • Roseau Boys Edged In Overtime

    Pat Garry|Dec 30, 2023

    Submitted by Pat Garry, Staff Writer The Roseau boys hockey team faced off with Bemidji on Thursday, December 21, at the Bemidji Community Arena. This was the last game before the holiday hiatus, and the Rams dropped a tough one in overtime, 3-2. Scoring by periods: Roseau: 0, 0, 2, 0; Bemidji: 0, 0, 2, 1; Shots on goal favored Bemidji, 40-30; Rams Individual Scoring: Gavin Jensen, 1 goal; Noah Urness, 1 goal; Bradyn Thingvold, 1 assist; Goalie Connor Woidtke, 26 shots on goal, 24 saves; Power Plays: Roseau, 0-3; Bemidji, 1-4; Penalties: Roseau... Full story

  • Ram's Win Three In A Row, Sit At 5-1

    Gregg Iverson|Dec 23, 2023

    Submitted by Gregg Iverson The Roseau Rams boys’ basketball team has been clicking right along as of late. Although the games have been close, they’ve done what it takes to come out on top. They certainly have been entertaining games to say the least. Back on Tuesday, December 12th, the boys traveled to Kittson County Central to take on the Bearcats. KCC has had our number the last few meetings, but Coach Ryan DeBock and staff had a very strategic game plan going in. The plan was to contain KCC’s Ty Vig. He only is 6’6”, is very athletic...

  • Rams Hockey Boys Endure Busy Ice Time

    Pat Garry|Dec 16, 2023

    Submitted by Pat Garry, Staff Writer The Roseau hockey boys recently played a full week of hockey. On Tuesday, December 5, they took on Moorhead and lost, 1-0, at Moorhead Sports Center. Friday, December 8, the Rams defeated Grand Rapids, 3-2, at Roseau Memorial Arena. Saturday saw the Roseau boys fall to Elk River/Zimmerman, 2-1, also at Memorial Arena. Moorhead Game Scoring by periods: Roseau: 0, 0, 0; Moorhead: 1, 0, 0; Shots on goal favored Roseau, 37-26; Rams Individual Scoring: None. Goalie Connor Woidtke, 26 shots on goal, 25 saves;...

  • Warroad Winter Sports

    Dec 15, 2023

    Check out The 2023-24 Warroad High School Winter Sports teams... Full story

  • Roseau Winter Sports Issue

    Dec 8, 2023

    Roseau Winter Sports Issue 2023-24...

  • Warroad-Roseau Volleyball Game/Benefit Held

    Laurel Latham|Nov 18, 2023

    by Laurel Latham On Monday, October 30, at 7 p.m., the Warroad senior boys challenged the Roseau senior boys to a volleyball game at the Warroad High School gym. Warroad Senior Keaton Haggan organized the volleyball game/benefit, with proceeds from the event going to Della Knutson, who has spent several years with the Kids Care Program at Warroad Elementary, and Tammy Brateng, a Para in Special Ed at Roseau Elementary. Della Knutson is battling lung cancer and Tammy Brateng is battling colon...

  • Roseau Boys Golf Coaches Awarded State Honors

    Jeff Olson|Oct 28, 2023

    by Jeff Olsen Head coach Mike Lundbolm and his long-time assistant Paul Grafstrom were honored recently as the Class 2A coaches for 2023. "It certainly is a nice honor when you've been doing it a long time," said Mike, who appreciates Roseau's golf teams - the most recent ones and in the years past for their exceptional play. "To get this honor, you have to have pretty good programs to start with in order to be considered for it." He noted that the Rams have had success for a long time. "We've... Full story

  • Junior High Rams Have a Winning Season

    Jeff Swanson|Oct 28, 2023

    Submitted by Jeff Swanson Roseau’s Junior High tennis team had an excellent season, both in the win/loss column and in the amount of fun they had. The girls won a number of dual matches and finished at or near the top of the standings in their tournament play. The junior high Rams kicked the season off in August with matches in Crookston against both East Grand Forks and the host Pirates. The girls picked up wins in both their matches and, perhaps even more importantly, got some great match experience to keep building off of. In a dual a...

  • Roseau Rams 5th Grade Football

    Erik Holmstrom|Oct 7, 2023

    Submitted by Erik Holmstrom The Roseau Rams 5th grade football team finished up a successful 2023 campaign on September 30 in Clearwater. This year's team had 21 players and participated in 4 Great Northern Football League scrimmages as well as home and away contests with Warroad. The Rams featured a dynamic rushing attack featuring running backs Ean Novacek, Nash Ziska, Jaxson Kapphaun and Connor Timmer as well as quarterbacks Mason Hanson and Cruz Remmick. The backs were supported by blocking...

  • Free: Warroad Fall Sports

    Sep 29, 2023

    Free Warroad Fall sports... Full story

  • Badger Pacers 4-H Club Celebrating 100 Years As A Club!

    Sep 23, 2023

    The Badger Pacers 4-H Club is celebrating 100 years as a club in 2023. The club was organized in the spring of 1923 by the county agent J. W. Taylor, with the help of the Badger School superintendent at the time, A.G. Magnusson. The club was first organized with meetings being held in the spring and summer. At that time in history, 4-H held Achievement Days at various points in the county and 4-H youth took part in project work. The club winners in these achievement days were awarded trips to...

  • Free Warroad Fall Sports Insert

    Sep 22, 2023

    Free Warroad Fall Sports Insert... Full story

  • Area High School Teams Are Primed For 2023 Fall Season

    Pat Garry|Aug 26, 2023

    Submitted by Pat Garry, Staff Writer High school student athletes prepare to get back on the competitive fields, tracks, and hardwoods, as summer slips into fall and a new season emerges. Coaches, athletes, and administrators are optimistic, and they look forward to healthy and successful journeys in 2023. ROSEAU VOLLEYBALL Becky Hayden begins her 8th year of coaching volleyball, and her 7th year at the helm of the Roseau team. “We are an eager team looking to build from our 2022 season! We graduated four seniors, but have a majority of our t...

  • American Legion State Tournament

    Tanner Landman|Aug 11, 2023

    Submitted by Tanner Landman The American Legion Division II State Baseball Tournament was held in Roseau July 28th-30th. Beautiful Gilbertson Field was on full display as teams traveled from all across the state to Roseau. The tournament featured Glenwood-Lowry, La Crescent, Sleepy Eye, Watertown, Proctor, Eden Valley-Watkins, Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton (DGF), and host Roseau. The players for Roseau included: Alex Wensloff, Aaron Wensloff, Cooper Flaig, Tanner George, Owen Jaenicke, Jack Haugen, Jo...

  • Week 6 of Men's Golf League

    Gregg Iverson|Jul 1, 2023

    The Green Report: By Gregg Iverson Blessed by another beautiful evening week 6 was one for the history books, and I mean history! Paired up this evening were a couple of octogenarians. Wayne Czeh, 83, and Bob Lund who will be 83, according to some worthy sources, made up to be the oldest age, added together that has ever been paired up against each other during men's league. As one could expect, it was a gentlemen's game and who won, is not the point of this. Joining Wayne and Bob, tonight, m...

  • RHS Clay Target Tournament

    Jun 24, 2023

    After battling gale force winds at last year's Championship, the Roseau High School Clay Target team returned to the Alexandria Shooting Sports Park looking for redemption and a berth in the state trap Tournament. The Minnesota Trap Shooting Championship is the world's largest, spanning nine days in Alexandria. For 2023, the Rams were placed in Conference 4A, with 29 student athletes shooting on Thursday June 15. Of the 340 teams competing in the Championship, only the top 40 qualify for the...

  • Roseau Rams Boys Golf Places 4th at 2023 State Golf Tournament Max Wilson 2nd Individual

    Jun 24, 2023

    The Roseau Rams Boys High School Golf Team competed as a team at the 36-hole State Class AA golf tournament for the third year in row on June 13-14, 2023 in Jordan and finished with a 2-day team score of 624 to finish 26 strokes behind 2023 Class AA team champion Totino-Grace 22 shots behind Holy Family Catholic, and six shots behind the 3rd place team from Cloquet High School. The Section 8AA Champion Roseau boys had an opportunity to see the course for the 1st time this year on Monday, June 12...

  • Week Three Men's Golf League

    Gregg Iverson|Jun 17, 2023

    The Green Report: Gregg Iverson What turned out to be a rainy/gloomy day on Wednesday, June 7th, turned out to be a beautiful evening for golf with the temps hovering around 70 degrees. Before I get into the logistics of how the evening unfolded, I have to give congratulations to your 3 time section 8AA champions, the Roseau Rams boys golf team! The team put on quite the performance in the 2 day event, held in Bemidji at the Town and Country Club, last week. They walked away 31 strokes ahead of the next team. Adding to that, Max Wilson and Teag... Full story

  • Roseau Rams Boys Golf Wins Section Meet And Heading To 2023 State Golf Tournament

    Jun 10, 2023

    The Roseau Rams Boys High School Golf Team was able to hold off a strong field of competition from Fergus Falls, Hawley, Barnesville, Thief River Falls, and Warroad to win the 36-hole Section 8AA Section meet on June 5-6, 2023 in Bemidji. The 6-person team that will compete at the state meet will include three seniors, Teagan LaPlante, Preston Lundbohm and Max Wilson along with three juniors, Bradyn Thingvold, Jake Kvien, and Sawyer Ginther. First, the Roseau boys played on Wednesday, May 31,...

  • Warroad Spring Sports FREE Insert

    May 12, 2023

    Warroad Spring Sports Free Insert!... Full story

  • Roseau Spring Sports

    May 5, 2023

    Free Roseau Spring Sports 2023... Full story

  • Basketball whiz has to walk away from her true love

    Jeff Olsen|Apr 8, 2023

    Katie Borowicz is more than pretty good. She is exceptional. Even as a seventh grader, she performed magic on the court with her unique skills. It was less than three years ago that Katie chose to play for the Golden Gophers Women's Basketball Team. Katie graduated early from Roseau High School and was 17 when she enrolled at the U of M in January 2021 That meant leaving her Roseau teammates her senior season. She was the star, the sparkplug, and their hope for a really great season. But you...

  • Warrior Boys' Phenomenal Season Ends In A Tough Loss

    Pat Garry|Mar 18, 2023

    Submitted by Pat Garry, Sports Writer The Warroad hockey boys’ post-season run commenced with a commanding 5-1 victory over St. Cloud Cathedral, on Wednesday, March 8. But on Friday, the Warriors decided to throw a little drama into the action, defeating Orono in the semifinal round, by a 4-3 thrilling double-overtime final tally. With their staggering, unblemished 29-0-1 record on the line and the Class A title in their sights, the Warroad boys were determined to beat a very formidable Spartans squad, no matter how many overtime periods t... Full story

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