Tucker Hibbert will take his 225th and 226th career starts this weekend at the Deadwood Snocross National in Deadwood, SD. Hibbert has a rich history of putting on a show at this event, including his last-to-first place ride for his 100th Pro National victory in 2015.
The Frazee girls basketball team got off to a strong start and bolted out to a 15-4 lead enroute to a 60-58 Heart O’ Lakes Conference overtime victory over the Cowgirls in Breckenridge Friday. Senior Aina Olson had two points in the game but her bucket was the biggest. “She made a great read on an out-of-bounds play and finished it in overtime,” Hornet head coach Jason Reierson said.
The Detroit Lakes fifth grade boys and sixth and ninth grade girls basketball teams will play in the Pacesetter Region 6 basketball tournament held at Moorhead High School April 14-15. All teams in the tournament will play three to four games in one day. The Region 6 champion will be invited to play in the Minnesota Youth Basketball State Championships in Maple Grove in June.
Vikings safety Harrison Smith wasn’t named last month to the Pro Bowl. But on Friday he was named to something even better: first team All-Pro. Also making the The Associated Press first team was Vikings cornerback Xavier Rhodes. It’s the first All-Pro nod for both players, who helped lead a unit that finished No. 1 in the NFL in both scoring and total defense. Smith was ranked as the top safety in the NFL by Pro Football Focus.
Tucker Hibbert is focused on continuing his win streak at the third stop of the ISOC National Snocross tour, just outside of Minneapolis, at Canterbury Park this weekend. In his 18th professional season, the 33-year-old who hails from Pelican Rapids, Minn. is undefeated this winter. “It’s going to feel good to get back to the racetrack,” said Hibbert. “It’s been a long break with the holidays. It’s always nice to have a break to reset but I’m ready to get back to racing.”
Rebels next game at Detroit Lakes Thursday, Jan. 4
The Detroit Lakes Youth Hockey Squirt B team brought home the second place trophy from the St. Cloud Squirt B1 tournament last weekend after an overtime championship game battle against Princeton.
Tucker Hibbert continued his win streak at rounds three and four of the ISOC National Snocross tour in Jackson Hole, Wyo. Hibbert looked at home on Snow King Mountain’s fast hillside track winning three of his four qualifying rounds and both Pro finals.
Pelican Rapids survived a shot at the buzzer to send the Frazee girls basketball team to a third consecutive defeat Thursday night in the Hornet gymnasium. The game was a back-and-forth affair to the final minutes. Paige Ziegler starred for the Hornets scoring 32 points shooting 80 percent from behind the arc making four of five three-pointers.
Tucker Hibbert will enter his 18th professional snocross season this weekend in Duluth, Minn. at the first stop of the 2017/2018 ISOC National Snocross tour. The 26th annual Duluth National kicks off the eight-stop, 17-round tour that’s rooted in the Midwest and stretches from the Rocky Mountains to the Northeast U.S.