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East Central cross country runners participated in the Great River Conference meet on Tuesday, October 18 at Pine City. Jemi Keranen earned her fifth all-conference status. Jemi Keranen, Avila Burch and Curtis McClain were named 2022 all-conference runners for East Central.  

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Northern Minnesota woke up to the first couple of inches of snow on the ground on Friday, Oct. 14. The Moose Lake Willow River football team was on the road in late afternoon to Hinckley to take on the Jaguars for their homecoming game. The snow had disappeared, but the icy metal bleachers c…

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The Jaguars varsity volleyball team lost to Pine City in straight sets with scores of 25-12, 25-18, and 25-18. The Jaguars hung in there and continually made adjustments throughout each set, but ran out of time to gain and hold onto a lead. 

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Friday night in International Falls, the Hinckley-Finlayson Jaguars found themselves in a scoring battle with the I-Falls Broncos. The Jaguars began this game with two long drives consuming nine minutes of the first quarter and earned a 7-0 lead. However, the Broncos went to the air in the s…

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The Varsity Jaguar Football team improved their record to 3 - 0 after a hard fought battle against their rivals from East Central. The Eagles started this Friday night game with great energy and outscored the Jags 14 - 7 in the first quarter. Realizing the Eagles came to play, the Jags settl…

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The cross country team traveled to Mora yesterday to run on the roller coaster course that is Spring Brook Golf Course. With 23 teams present, the competition was plentiful and tough for the Jags. Top performances include Matt Masterson, Bryan Blowers, and Cory Carlson setting personal bests…

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The Jaguars volleyball team dropped three sets to the fast-paced team of the Rush City Tigers. The Jags held their own at times, but ultimately couldn't break through the consistency of the visiting Tigers and lost 15-25, 17-25, and 10-25. Despite the loss, there was an overall positive vibe…

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The Hinckley-Finlayson Jaguar Varsity football team traveled to Coleraine to take on the Greenway-Nashwauk-Keewatin Titans last Friday night. It was a great night for football and the Jaguars took the field with great energy and determination. The Titans proved to be a tough opponent early a…

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The Hinckley Knights men’s amateur baseball team came into last weekend’s Minnesota Baseball Association Class ‘C’ tournament as the second seed from Region 1, and faced off against the Richmond Royals, fourth seed from Region 15.

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“It takes a village to raise a child” is a proverb that means an entire community of people must provide for and interact positively with children for those children to experience and grow in a safe and healthy environment.  

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The Hinckley Knights townball club is in contention at the Region 1C Tournament, with one win and one loss so far in the double-elimination event. The team will need three wins in a row to reach this year’s state tournament, with the next game at 3 p.m. Saturday. They’ll face the winner of a…

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The Hinckley Knights town ball club will play in the opening rounds of the Region 1C Tournament this weekend in Princeton. The Knights are seeded fourth, and will play fifth-seeded St. Francis at 2 p.m. in the first round on Saturday, and win or lose, will play again Sunday in the double-eli…

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The Hinckley Knights will play the Mora Blue Devils in the first round of the league playoffs Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at Brennan Field. The winner earns a berth in the Region 1C Tournament next weekend, and the loser will play Sunday afternoon in a must-win play-in game to reach regions.

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The Eagles wrapped up their season in subsection play last week. Monday, May 23, the fourth ranked Eagles hosted the fifth ranked Deer River Warriors in the quarter final round.  

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After posting a two day total of 173 strokes with rounds of 83 and 90, Hinckley-Finlayson golfer, Makayla Ammerman,  is the section 4A Girls Golf Champion, and will be moving on to State at Pebble Creek Golf Club in Becker on June 14-15.  After starting the first round with a three over par …

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The Hinckley Knights head into the weekend with a 2-0 league record and will take on two Eastern Minny League opponents, starting with the Mora Blue Devils Friday at 7:30 p.m., followed by the Rum River Bandits Saturday at 7 p.m.

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It’s not the path Google Maps would take you, but as destiny (or the 5A subsection of the MSHSL) dictates, the road to Brainerd leads through Mora for the Lady Jags softball team each year.  On Thursday, the Hinckley-Finlayson varsity softball traveled to Mora for a day of 5A subsection tour…

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