The families of the Fergus Falls Bantam A hockey team traveled various routes this past weekend but all roads led to Hibbing, for the Hibbing Bantam A Hockey Tournament. The team, sponsored by VFW Post 612 and coached by Devin Johnson and Cole Heifort, competed very well against some of the state’s top Bantam A teams and finished fourth out of twelve teams. The first of five weekend games was Friday evening against a highly regarded Bantam A team from Osseo-Maple Grove (OMGHA).
The Fergus Falls Bantam A hockey team, sponsored by Fergus Falls VFW Post 612 and coached by Devin Johnson and Cole Heifort, hosted the West Fargo Stampede Bantam A Gold team this past Sunday and rustled up a 7-1 victory. Carter Thielke and Cole Zierden each scored a hat trick for the future Otters. Matthew Niblock got a biscuit triscuit when he dished out three assists in the game.
FRANKFORT - One of the great things about the major American holidays is that they all have a common theme: They remind us of who we are and what we stand for. While the Fourth of July celebrates our founding and freedom, Memorial Day and Veterans Day call on us never to forget the high price paid for those enduring gifts.
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Selecting a term
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