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The East Central Eagles had only one game last week. It was a tough one against the Hinckley-Finlayson Jaguars on Thursday, Feb. 3. The Eagles struggled to make most of their shots. 

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The Hinckley-Finlayson boy’s basketball team had two games last week and won both of them.  The victories over Ogilvie and Braham extended their winning streak to three in a row.

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The Hinckley-Finlayson boy’s basketball team played a pair of games last week on Thursday and Friday. The Jags came away with one win and one loss.

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Due to a rescheduling of the game vs Hill City, the Lady Jaguars only had one game this past week. They went on the road to face the tough Pine City Dragons.  The Dragons were undefeated in the Great River Conference coming into the game and proved why in the first half with impressive play …

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Over the holiday break, the Hinckley-Finlayson Jaguars boys’ basketball team traveled to Esko for the annual Coaches Classic Tournament.  Unfortunately, the Jaguars didn’t fair too well, losing both of their games.

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On December 14 the Hinckley-Finlayson Jaguars girls’ basketball team took to the road last Tuesday for a game against the Milaca Wolves.  At the time, the Wolves were ranked #10 in Class AA.  The Jags played a solid last ten minutes of the first half, but trailed 19-10.

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 The Hinckley-Finlayson Jaguars varsity boy’s basketball team picked up two wins last week to improve their record to 3-1.  Good defense, solid rebounding, and a balanced offense were the keys to the Jaguar’s success.

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The Hinckley-Finlayson Jaguars boys basketball team opened their season on Tuesday, December 7 when they hosted the Braham Bombers.  The Jags were looking for some revenge as Braham beat them twice last season in overtime games.  The hometown team didn’t disappoint the fans, as the Jags and …

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The Moose Lake/Willow River-Barnum-Isle-Hinckley/Finlayson High School Bowling team traveled to the Mermaid Entertainment Center in Mounds View on Sunday to participate in the Class A State High School Bowling Tournament. After the first round of ten qualifying games they were placed in the …

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The Hinckley-Finlayson Jaguars cross country team concluded their season this past Friday in Pierz. On the girls side, Reese Hartl led the way with a 12th place finish in 21:01 but was one spot shy of qualifying for state, just five seconds back.  Two personal bests were run by Autumn Painov…

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The Hinckley-Finlayson Jaguar football team wrapped up their season with a 6 - 14 loss to the Mesabi East Giants. The Jags coming off a win over Mesabi East just 10 days ago knew the Giants would be out for revenge in this section semi final game. 

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The Jaguar Girls’ Cross Country team added to their impressive season with a dominating performance to win and become Great River Conference team champions.  The Jaguars defeated complete teams from Pine City, East Central and Rush City and individuals from Mille Lacs and Braham.  The win is…

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The Jaguar varsity girls’ cross country team notched two impressive wins at the St. John’s ‘Johnnie Bread’ run and our home Hinckley-Finlayson Invitational.  The Jags have found their stride as the calendar has turned to October and hope to keep continuing this season momentum

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Congratulations to the Hinckley-Finlayson varsity football team as they defeated the Crosby-Ironton Rangers 34 - 20 on Friday, October 8. It was Homecoming night and the Jaguars came ready to play in front of a great crowd. The Jaguars found a defensive weakness in the Rangers on their secon…

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On a warm and humid October, 1 evening, the Jaguars welcomed the Broncos from International Falls to Berquist Field for a Section 7AA match up. Section 7AA consists of five teams: Moose Lake/Willow River, Mesabi East, Crosby Ironton, International Falls and the Hinckley-Finlayson Jaguars.  A…

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Jaguar Cross Country competed twice the past couple weeks traveling to PIne City and Mora. The Pine City Invitational awarded the top 15 in each race with medals. Medal winners included Jakob Ringler placing 14th in the junior high boys race, Reese Hartl placing 5th in the varsity girls’ rac…

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The Hinckley Knights town ball team’s 2021 season came to a close Sunday afternoon in Princeton, as the Knights fell to the Princeton Panthers 4-1 in the event’s last state-qualifying game. Isanti will be the region’s first seed at the state tournament, and Princeton the second seed.

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The Hinckley Knights town ball team advanced to the Region 1C Tournament with a win in the final round of the league division playoffs last Sunday, over the Braham Snappers by a final score of 8-4.

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The Hinckley Knights town ball team will wrap up the regular season Sunday, with a 2 p.m. game against the Mora Blue Devils. The matchup will have playoff seeding implications, as Hinckley, Mora and Quamba are all in contention to win the division. The Knights will play a warm-up exhibition …

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The Hinckley Knights town ball team has three league games this weekend, that will make a big difference on where they will finish in the league standings at the end of the month.

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The varsity softball team traveled to the dusty fields on Mora On June 4 to take on Mercs of McGregor. Facing a "win or go home" scenario, and under the blistering 93 degree sun. The Jags battled to a 15-5 win! Killeen Prater pitched the way to victory. She pitched all five innings, allowing…

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The Hinckley Knights opened the 2021 Eastern Minny League regular season Friday night at Brennan Field, with a win over the North Branch Nighthawks 13-4.

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On Wednesday, May 5, Izaty’s Golf and Yacht Club held a Great River Conference golf meet. The team from Barnum was first with the lowest score of 415. Braham came in second with 427; Pine City third 431; Moose Lake Willow River finished fourth with 440 and Hinckley-Finlayson was fifth with 462. 

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The Hinckley Knights townball team will open their 2021 season this weekend under the lights at Brennan Field. The hometown club will face the Anoka Bucs Friday at 7:30 p.m. and the Blaine Fusion Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Both opponents are from the Class ‘B’ Metro Minny League.

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The JV baseball team improved their record to 4-0 last night with a convincing win over Oglivie 12-1 in 6 innings. The Jags were led offensively by Griffin Stiel, Lane Von Rueden, and Mac Storlie who all contributed 2 hits, a double each for Stiel and Storlie. The Jags hitters tallied a tota…

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The Boys and Girls Track and Field teams started the season on Thursday at East Central against Mille Lacs, Braham, Rush City, and East Central. The boys team decimated the jumping events with Lathaniel Kroschel setting the tone by breaking the school record in the Triple Jump with a jump of…

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On Wednesday, March 17 the Hinckley-Finlayson lady Jaguars hosted the Onamia Panthers in the Quarter Final round of the Sub-Section 5A East Playoffs.  The Jaguars earned a home game as the #4 seed, and Onamia was the #5 seed.  The Lady Jags played their best defense of the season, holding On…

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The Hinckley-Finlayson boy’s basketball team started the section 5A playoffs last week. The Jags were seeded six out of 12 teams in the east sub-section, and were matched up against the Isle Huskies in the first round.

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The Hinckley-Finlayson Lady Jaguars’ week began with a home-and-home series against Ogilvie. Monday, March 8 they hosted the Lions and got off to a good start in the first half, holding their leading scorer to zero points in the half and having a lead as big as eight points as they took a 29…

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The Hinckley-Finlayson boy’s basketball team had two games last week, and they ended up winning one and losing one.

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It was Spring Break at school this past week and the Moose Lake Willow River boys’ basketball team (12-3) had three games, all on the road. Monday, March 1, they traveled over two hours to Melrose, Thursday, March 4, they were at Duluth Marshall, and Saturday, they made the long trip up to M…

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The Hinckley-Finlayson Jaguars boys’ basketball team had a tough schedule last week: they  played the first and second place teams in the Great River Conference in East Central and Pine City. Unfortunately, the Jaguars lost both games.

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The East Central Eagles (11-1) had two games this past week and won both of them, keeping their winning streak alive. On Monday, February 22, they defeated Barnum and on Friday, February 26, they had a big win over Hinckley-Finlayson to culminate Snow Week.  

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On Tuesday February 16, the Lady Jags hosted the North Branch Vikings in an I-35 battle. The Vikings are a 3A school, compared to the Jags at 1A, but the Jags came out with intensity and focus, grabbing the halftime lead, 32-25.

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The Hinckley-Finlayson boy’s basketball team once again had two games last week, and the Jaguars again won one game and lost one game.

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On Monday, February 8 the Lady Jags hosted Pine City in the first of two Great River Conference games for the week. This is second time the Jags had played the Dragons in the span of seven days. They again played a very good game against a very difficult opponent. However, unlike the first g…

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The Hinckley-Finlayson boy’s basketball team had two Great River Conference games last week, and the Jaguars won one and lost a very tightly contested second game.

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On Tuesday February, 2 the Lady Jaguars traveled to Pine City to take on the Dragons.  Pine City is the favorite to win the Great River Conference and we knew it would be a battle.  

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