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Tom Ahrens runs in the 55 meter dash at the Monticello Tootsie-Pop Indoor meet last week. (Photo by Ken Francis.)

Track meet at Foley

THE HORNET TRACK TEAM was scheduled to compete indoors at Foley Friday with a snowstorm predicted to hit the area. The next scheduled meet (weather permitting) is Friday (April 11) at Princeton. 


THE HORNET BASEBALL team did exercises in the gym Thursday. They are scheduled to open the season this week. But poor field conditions might change their plans. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards.)

Winter-like weather delaying spring sports

Late spring snows have delayed the start of the spring sports season, forcing Big Lake athletes to practice their skills indoors until the playing fields are ready.

THE HORNET BOYS received awards during Sunday’s banquet after one of their best seasons in a long time. Above, the starting five play defense in a close game in the section semifinals against Delano that the Hornets lost, 53-50 on a last-second shot. (From left) Eric Chuba, Austin Poe, Sam Dokkebakken, Mike Doperalski and Tyler Halverson. (Photo by Ken Francis.)

Hornets hold awards night

The Big Lake Boys Basketball season came to a close following the awards banquet Sunday night.  

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BIG LAKE HOPES TO BECOME A BEYOND THE YELLOW RIBBON COMMUNITY and a kick-off meeting was held Monday at The Friendly Buffalo. Pictured above are First Sergeant Brigham Fanning, Sen. Mary Kiffmeyer, Mayor Raeanne Danielowski and Director of Military Outreach Annette Kuyper. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Above, the five Hornets defending their end of the court are Sam Jochum, Brady Vogt, Kyle Knaeble, Collin Teigen and Trent Monson.

Well over 100 kids waited their turn in line to go through basketball drills during the Blowout last Friday.

BIG LAKE HORNETS CHAMPION SWIMMERS are diver Mallary Dick, who came home with seventh place, and swimmers Laurel Pietrzak, Laurin Ebert, Maggie Knier and Gabbie Werner. (Submitted photo).