Since 1997, these two teams have played in the Minnesota Class 2A, Section 8 finals creating a third game, which has always been considered the real prize in the rivalry. But Roseau’s (7-8) loss, in a way, contributes to the reality of another team other than it or Moorhead (12-4-1) walking away with the section title.
This weekend, Nick Oliver, Mike Lee and Aaron Ness achieve a rare high school sports feat together. The three standout hockey players, who grew up in the same class in the same small northern Minnesota town, could all be registered as NHL draft picks.
Roseau opened the baseball season with five consecutive losses, scoring a total of 14 runs and no more than four in any game. Since that slow start, Roseau has improved to 8-6. On its current 8-1 run, the Rams have averaged 9.9 runs per game, scoring five or more in every outing.
Roseau has opted to move up to Class AA for girls hockey, joining the Ram boys team in the highest class, where they’ve been since the 1997-98 season.
March 03, 2009
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