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Jeff Kreitz Creative Steel Work Inc. Phone: 218-562-5848 Email: email@example.com Website: www.jeffkreitz.com John Mariucci was known primarily as a defensive-minded bruiser in his 5-year career with the Chicago Blackhawks. The native of Eveleth finished his NHL career with just 11 goals and 45 points in 223 regular-season games, but he totaled 308 penalty minutes. He tacked on another 26 penalty minutes in 12 playoff games.
Joe Haeg Position: Offensive line Number: 73 NFL experience: Entering third season Height: 6-6 Age: 25 Weight: 305 College: North Dakota State University High school: Brainerd Joe Haeg isn't accustomed to losing. In his junior and senior seasons at Brainerd High School, the Warriors went a combined 19-5, making the state semifinals in 2009 and 2010.
On April 13, 1973, I played third base for Brainerd High School in Lowell Scearcy’s first game as the Warriors’ head baseball coach. We shut out St. Cloud Apollo 4-0 that day, the first of Scearcy’s 727 victories as Brainerd’s coach, as Alan Wallace struck out 12 and fired a one-hitter. Apollo went on to finish third in the then one-class state tournament.
Brainerd Warriors Jack Evans and Erik Stoxen are tied for sixth with eight other golfers following the first round of the Class 3A state tournament Tuesday, June 12, at Bunker Hills Golf Club in Coon Rapids. Evans, a senior in his second state appearance, shot 35-37--72. Stoxen, a freshman in his first state trip, also shot 72 with rounds of 33-39. Warriors coach Brian Wallace said Evans and Stoxen opened on the front side, which is usually considered the more difficult of the two.
ST. PAUL—Jeff Spieker and Zach Henke have hurdled neck and neck in almost every race this season. Appropriately that's the way they finished the season in the Class 2A state meet at Hamline University Saturday, June 9. Spieker placed fifth on a wet track at 39.33 with Henke right behind him in sixth at 39.48. Spieker, the Section 8-2A runner-up, moved up from ninth place in Friday's prelims during which he was clocked at 39.60.
ST. PAUL—Reid Pierzinski of Pequot Lakes put on a show seen only once before in Minnesota State High School League track and field history. In the Class 1A state meet Saturday, June 9, at Hamline University, the Patriots' senior won three titles and captured the state team championship for Pequot Lakes all by himself. He was the Patriots' only state competitor. In 1987, Heather Van Norman of Windom won the 1A girls team championship scoring 30 points all by herself.
ST. PAUL—Pierz Pioneers senior Beth-el Algarin turned 18 Friday, June 8, but had to wait a day to celebrate. Saturday, June 9, Algarin celebrated by winning the state shot put championship in the Class 1A meet at Hamline University. She put the shot a career best 44-1.25 to outdistance runner-up Emma Gilbert of International Falls who threw 43-7.
ST. PAUL—Jeff Spieker and Zach Henke have raced neck and neck in almost every hurdles race this season. And that's the way they finished the season in the Class 2A state meet at Hamline University's Klas Field Saturday, June 9. Spieker placed fifth on a wet track at 39.33 with Henke was right behind him in sixth at 39.48. Spieker, the Section 8-2A runner-up, moved up from ninth place in Friday's prelims during which he was clocked at 39.60.
Lowell Scearcy Head coach: Brainerd 46 years, Verndale 3 years Career record: 764-323 (.703) Age: Turned 73 Tuesday, June 5 Career victories Through Thursday, June 7 1-Bob Karn, St. Cloud Cathedral, 782-304 (.720), active 2-Lowell Scearcy, Brainerd, 764-323, (.703), active 3-Jim Senske, New Ulm, 707-171 (.805), retired One day last week, Brainerd Warriors baseball coach Lowell Scearcy presented Brainerd activities director Charlie Campbell with an autographed ball.
StMA 10, Warriors 0 The key: The Knights scored 10 runs in the first three innings Overall: Brainerd finishes 14-13 Next: St. Michael-Albertville in Class 4A state quarterfinals at CHS Field, St. Paul, Thursday, June 14. COLD SPRING — A marvelous postseason run by the Brainerd Warriors came to a conclusion late Thursday, June 7, at Cold Spring Baseball Park.