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Fall sports meeting scheduled at Pines

Athletes in grades nine through 12 planning to participate in a fall sport at Northland Pines High School should attend the fall sports meeting at the school with a parent or guardian, Monday, Aug. 4.

Beginning at 6 p.m. in the high school commons, all WIAA physical or alternate year cards, signed co-curricular codes, emergency medical forms and payment of the $25 activity fee may be completed.

Before an athlete is allowed to practice, all forms must be on file and the activity fee paid. In addition, any athlete with outstanding fines from previous years will be required to pay in full in order to participate in any co-curricular activity this coming school year.

The general meeting in the auditorium will be

Tuesday, July 15, 2014 1:47 PM
 
Ministry Medical Group updates sports physicals

Ministry Medical Group (MMG) has announced that sports physicals will now be performed together as a well-child exam with a sports physical component.

A full well-child exam allows the providers to perform a more comprehensive evaluation that expands beyond the physical component of the child and identify any underlying issues that a 10- to 15-minute sports physical may not have found.

Parents must take along WIAA sports physical forms and any other sports

Tuesday, July 15, 2014 1:46 PM
 
Junior golf
 The Eagle River Golf Course held a junior golf program last week, with youths learning the basics of the game from the professionals.                         —STAF PHOTO
Tuesday, July 15, 2014 1:45 PM
 
Aho makes move to win Modifieds

The rain held off long enough for stock car racing at Eagle River Speedway last Friday night, and threatening skies didn’t hold the racers back from making some exciting moves.

Both WISSOTA-sanctioned classes saw defending class champions pull the rabbit out of the hat to win their respective features.

In the Midwest Modified feature, Phelps’ Jerry Grasse used his 21 years of racing experience to keep defending champion Jesse Aho in check. That is, until Aho made a move that few drivers have ever attempted in the track’s 40-year history.

Aho went as low on the track as a

Tuesday, July 15, 2014 1:45 PM
 
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