by Dennis Dalman email@example.com When Kristina Kirick of Sartell watched her older brothers play lacrosse, she always thought it might be fun to play so she gave it a try and sure enough it was. That was five years ago. Now, as a Sartell High School senior, Kirick plays defense for the Stormin’ Sabres, a team comprised of girls from
by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org Good batters, strong arms. That’s how Sartell Sabre Christopher Belling sums up his baseball team’s success. “We play well together,” he said. “We’re one of the top teams in the conference.” The Sabres started the season March 20 with their first practice game at Champion Field. The opening of Sabre baseball season is one of the
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com One day last summer, after his 5-iron connected with a smack to the golf ball, 17-year-old Austin Pietrowski watched the ball sail into the air, in a high arc, then land bouncing and rolling toward hole number 8, which was 198 yards away. He squinted, peering into the distance with stunned disbelief. Did the ball actually
Sartell finished ninth overall in the Class AAA Individual State Tournament held March 3 and 4 in St. Paul. Three wrestlers placed. Sophomore Cole Fibranz won the 220-pound state championship. He is the second wrestler in school history to win a state title. Sophomore Jackson Penk finished third in the tournament at 113 pounds. Senior Rylee Molitor finished fourth in
by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org The Sartell Sabre Blue took fourth place, Class A, in the state high-school swim-dive meet March 4 at the University of Minnesota Aquatics Center in Minneapolis. Sabres’ swimmer Mitchell Dockendorf was a stand-out at the meet, taking second in the 200 individual relay (1:55:84), fourth in the 100 backstroke (00:52:73) and was also a member of two
by Darren Diekmann email@example.com On Jan. 19, Sartell senior Rylee Molitor won his 150th high-school wrestling match against Trent Kerzman of Rocori High School. He won on what’s called a “technical fall” in 5:06 minutes. To achieve this milestone, a high-school wrestler must be a dominant wrestler for at least three years. Molitor’s milestone win was fairly typical for him.