The formula resulted in a season-opening 135.725-126.4 victory over Alexandria Thursday at Brainerd High School.Proving Poorker's coaching philosophy was senior Megan Ostendorf, who led off both bars and beam by sticking her opening performance. Ostendorf opened bars with a clean 7.350. She then opened beam with an 8.8 to give her teammates momentum. "Our seniors are taking this team into their own hands as a family," Poorker said.
According to the Website Skiinyski.com both Brainerd teams are on the "cusp" of cracking the state's top 10 list. However, for the boys, only Brainerd, St. Cloud Cathedral and Little Falls are Section 8 teams mentioned.On the girls' side only Brainerd and Moorhead are mentioned among Section 8 teams. "The preseason rankings are usually pretty close," Warriors co-head coach Chris Hanson said. "They have Brainerd and Moorhead girls predicted as being contenders in the section.
Last season, the relay won the Section 8-2A title and finished 14th at state with a 1:38.76. "That relay is pretty much set," Warriors head coach John Zemke said. "Gunnar was first or second in the fly at sections. Bylander won the breaststroke at the section and Preston was runner-up so that's a pretty good relay. Griffin at the end, he anchored that relay very well at the section meet. "I think that relay, for the most part, will be pretty well set.
Wadena-Deer Creek’s Noah Ross contributed 36 points, including a game-clinching three with seconds left to secure an 85-80 win against the Staples-Motley Cardinals.
S-M’s Josh Lombard tallied 27 points and Griffin Webster recorded 25 for the Cardinals.
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