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Mitchell falls to Rushmore in overtime

January 25, 2014 in Uncategorized

The Mitchell Marlin girls’ hockey team allowed four third-period goals and fell 9-8 in overtime to Rushmore Friday at the Mitchell Activities Center.

The Thunder got the game-winning goal from Allie Burress just over 7 minutes into the extra per…continue reading on

Marlins fall to Rangers

December 13, 2013 in Uncategorized

The Mitchell Marlins boys’ hockey team was unable to get anything going in the season-opener against Brookings Thursday at the Mitchell Activities Center.

The Brookings Rangers, who won the state tournament last year, topped Mitchell (0-1) 10-0 …continue reading on

MAC to be finished in mid-November

September 14, 2013 in Uncategorized

The new sheet of ice at the Mitchell Activities Center won’t be placed by the original set date Oct. 1.According to Mitchell Parks and Recreation Director Dusty Rodiek, the second sheet of ice and the new extension facility will not be done until the…continue reading on

Winner native Docken picks up two wins for Augustana

January 9, 2013 in The Daily Republic

Winner native Jayd Docken won his ninth and 10th matches of the season last weekend at Concordia-Moorhead and University of Mary. Docken, a sophomore wrestler for Augustana College, is currently ranked fifth in the 197-pound class. Continue Reading

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Slowey’s Strong Start Leads Twins Past Marlins 9-0

March 14, 2011 in WDAZ

Kevin Slowey is making a strong push for a spot in Minnesota’s rotation. The right-hander insists he’ll be all right with whatever role the Twins decide for him. Continue Reading

Celebrity hockey hunt to be held again

December 27, 2010 in The Daily Republic

Dave Tronnes never thought things would go this well.
Tronnes, the chairman of the Mitchell Marlins’ program committee and a member of the USA Hockey board of directors, said the inaugural Professional Hockey Celebrity Hunt surpassed his wildest dreams.
“It exceeded our expectations,” Tronnes said of the event that took place in October. “The first year, you go into it kind of blind and you don’t know how it’s all going to turn out.
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