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Jamey Malcomb, Duluth News Tribune prep sports reporter

Jamey Malcomb

Prep sports reporter

Jamey Malcomb has been a high school sports reporter for the Duluth News Tribune since October 2021. He spent the previous six years covering local government, education and sports for the Lake County News-Chronicle in Two Harbors and the Cloquet Pine Journal. You can find him in gyms, rinks and anywhere high school athletes in the Twin Ports are competing or practicing.
Malcomb graduated from the George Washington University in 1999 with a bachelor's degree in history and literature and holds a master's degree in secondary English education from George Mason University.

They are seeking at least $75,000 in damages.
Roseau will take on St. Agnes in state semifinals at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday
The Panthers will face New Ulm Cathedral in the consolation bracket at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Sauk Rapids.
The former All-American from Wisconsin-Superior played in three Super Bowls as part of the Vikings’ “Purple People Eaters” defensive line.
For the second time this year, the Hawks edged the Warriors, this time for the Minnesota Class A championship.
The Hawks’ depth was the difference in the game between the top two Class A teams in Minnesota.
Former coach Derek Parendo claimed no knowledge of the most recent allegations of serious misconduct by Proctor football players.
Derek Parendo is currently on a paid “personal leave of absence,” Superintendent John Engelking said, until the end of the 2021-22 school year when his resignation will take effect. Football activities for Proctor players in grades 9-12 were canceled in September after it was revealed the Proctor Police Department was investigating the team for alleged misconduct by players.
Despite allegations of misconduct regarding the Proctor football team, the students have embraced the school’s other teams during the past few weeks and are looking forward to Friday’s girls soccer game against Hermantown.
Joel Jay Ammesmaki faces up to 15 years and prison and a $30,000 fine if convicted of the charges.