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  • BP: On a mission: Warriors venture to 2nd state tourney in 3 years

    Austin Monteith, Bemidji Pioneer|Mar 14, 2019

    RED LAKE -- Two years ago, Red Lake High School made its program debut in the state girls basketball tournament. While the Warriors were eliminated in the 2017 quarterfinals, they're back and hungry for a deep run in Minneapolis when the 2019 tournament tips off today at 11 a.m. Top-seeded Minneota (27-1) stands in its way, but that shouldn't trouble this team. Red Lake (21-7) needed to knock off a 27-1 Stephen-Argyle team in the Section 8A title game last Friday to punch its ticket to state....

  • BP: Red Lake lifts 2nd section title in 3 years with 74-59 win

    Austin Monteith, Bemidji Pioneer|Mar 11, 2019

    THIEF RIVER FALLS -- The Red Lake High School girls basketball team hoisted the Section 8A championship trophy Friday night after taking down Stephen-Argyle 74-59 at Ralph Engelstad Arena in Thief River Falls. The section title means the Warriors will make their second-ever trip to the Class A state tournament and their first since their inaugural appearance in 2017. "They stayed poised, defense was intense, they shared the basketball and they stayed together," head coach Randy Holthusen told...

  • Red Lake basketball star Grace White makes DI commitment

    Austin Monteith, Bemidji Pioneer|Aug 22, 2016

    RED LAKE - Red Lake High School now has its first-ever NCAA Division I basketball recruit. Girls basketball player Grace White announced her verbal commitment to play for the University of Denver on Twitter on Thursday night. "Once I visited Denver, I just knew that it was going to be my home," White said Friday in an interview with the Pioneer. "It just fit perfectly for every situation." The incoming senior guard possesses an eye-popping statline coming off of the Warriors' 22-4 season in 2015...

  • SECTION 8A BASEBALL: Drakes beat Red Lake in pitchers' duel

    Austin Monteith, Bemidji Pioneer|May 27, 2016

    BLACKDUCK — A single run was all the Blackduck High School baseball team needed to beat Red Lake 1-0 Thursday in a Section 8A first-round playoff game in Blackduck. The East Sub-Section No. 2-seeded Drakes (11-9) scored the game’s lone run on a bases-loaded walk to Nathan Affield in the second inning. Blackduck batters drew four walks in the inning with the final one scoring the game-winning run. “We didn’t bring a lot of energy to the park, especially when we were up in the batter’s box and it was very evident throughout the day,...

  • Blackduck wins big, routs Red Lake in 8A playoff opener

    Austin Monteith, Bemidji Pioneer|May 25, 2016

    BLACKDUCK — The Blackduck High School girls softball team had no difficulty in beating Red Lake in the first round of the Section 8A North Sub-Section tournament Tuesday, winning 36-0 in five innings. The Drakes, the No. 3 seed in the North Sub-Section, were held scoreless in the first inning but they more than made up for that in the innings that followed. Blackduck scored 10 runs in the second before adding 13 runs each in the third and fourth innings. Kara Draeger started inside the circle for the Drakes (12-8) and struck out six in two...

  • Fosston too much for Red Lake in Sub-Section 8A East final

    Austin Monteith, Bemidji Pioneer|Mar 9, 2016

    THIEF RIVER FALLS — Grace White’s 19 points were not enough for the Red Lake girls basketball team Tuesday night, as the Warriors lost 53-35 to Fosston in the Section 8A East Sub-Section Final at Ralph Engelstad Arena. Turnovers were a challenge early in the contest as the Greyhounds (23-6) took a 15-3 lead in the first seven minutes, never to relinquish it. “We didn’t play our game, we played Fosston’s game,” Red Lake head coach Randy Holthusen said. “We knew they were coming out with high pressure and everything and it just...

  • Red Lake boys, girls edge Fosston at Sanford Center

    Austin Monteith, Bemidji Pioneer|Dec 21, 2015

    BEMIDJI - The Red Lake and Fosston high school girls basketball teams battled at the Sanford Center Friday night, with the Warriors taking home a hard-fought 67-62 win. The game was played as part of the Homark Homes Hardwood Showcase. Averi Holthusen led Red Lake with 18 points, while Angel Mcclain and Grace White added 14 points each. "Grace (White) was playing pretty good down low," Red Lake head coach Randy Holthusen said. "They did a good job feeding her in the post and Averi Holthusen...

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