Pregame info: The boys high school playoff broadcast schedule tips off tonight with our first posteason hoops game. Jesse Logan will be at East Central High School for a Class A game in Section 5. The Eagles are hosting a team from the Christian Athletic League, the St. Cloud Christian Warriors, who enter with a 9-7 record. East Central has a team that is able to get up and down the floor, as do the Warriors, so tonight’s game should be entertaining.
[Pregame info] Join our Josh Miggler from Fogerty Arena in Spring Lake Park at 1:30pm when the Mora/Hinckley-Finlayson Mustangs boys hockey team plays Spring Lake Park in the quarterfinals of Section 5 Class A. The Mustangs were blown out 11-3 in the one regular season meeting between the teams, but have been playing great hockey of late. Mora/Hinckley-Finlayson has won five of it’s last six games heading into the playoffs. The game will be on 1350AM.
Our Josh Miggler put together a recap of the exciting playoff game last night between the Pine City/Rush City Dragons and the North Branch Vikings. North Branch won on a late goal 3-2.
Pre Game Info: Playoff hockey begins tonight on 1350AM WCMP as the Pine City/Rush City Dragons host the North Branch Vikings at 7pm. The Dragons haven’t won a postseason game since they beat the Vikings back in 2009. The two teams split their two meetings this year with the Dragons winning the most recent meeting 4-3 on Tuesday, Jan. 21. Join our Josh Miggler for the action!
Pre Game info: We’ve got high school basketball tonight on FM 100.9. Its a rivalry game between the Mora Mustangs and the Pine City Dragons. Mora is 11-12 while the Dragons are 12-12. A loss for Pine City would send them below .500 for the first time all season. It will be a challenge for the Dragons who have really been struggling of late going just 2-6 over their last eight games. Our Jesse Logan will call the action at 7:30 and the game will also be streamed on the website!
Pregame info: Boys basketball is back on our airwaves tonight with the Moose Lake-Willow River Rebels traveling to Braham to face the Bombers. Both teams are looking strong with the postseason approaching and tonight is an intriguing matchup on paper. Both teams like to shoot the three, both teams can get up and down the floor, and both average better than 72 points per game. The Bombers are 19-3 while the Rebels are 16-7. Braham hasn’t lost at home in more than five years. Join our Jesse Logan on the call at 7:30 on 100.9 Cool Country!
Pregame info: The Braham Bombers girls will look to get back on track tonight in St. Cloud. The Bombers lost by one at Aitkin on Tuesday, which snapped an amazing 75-game win streak in the Great River Conference. Braham won’t have an easy task though as they are set to take on St. Cloud Tech’s Tigers, a Class AAAA team. Both Braham and the Tigers will enter tonight’s game with a 17-2 record. This game was originally scheduled to be played at a holiday tournament back in December but had to be rescheduled until tonight.