Wednesday's guests included Alan Horton of the Minnesota Timberwolves (Hour One), Tom Elliott from the St. Cloud Times (Hour Three), Rob Mehrwerth and Scott Gorecki (Foley Wrestling) to talk state wrestling tourney (Hour Four) and Apollo's Pete Matanich and Cathedral's Eric Johnson to preview the Section 6A hockey final (Hour Four).
The Tigers were walloped the first time the teams met this season, with the Spuds winning 79-37 in Moorhead. However, the Tigers have improved greatly as a team since then, and have rattled off four straight wins entering tonight's contest.
The Tech Tigers are looking to get their third win in a row Tuesday night when they head up Highway 10 for a matchup with Big Lake (7:05, WJON). The Tigers posted wins at home over Sartell and Bemidji last week.
The Tigers honored 11 seniors Thursday: goalies Brady Gerdes and Jake Berger, forwards Donald Bagley, Braden Altena, Max Webb, Harry Stanius, Mitch Schultzenberg, Alex Keller, and Kyle Blommer along with defenseman Logan Raygor.
The Saturday Morning Coaches' Show focused on local hockey teams this week. Apollo Eagles boys hockey coach Pete Matanich, Tech boys coach Joel Heitkamp, Cathedral's Eric Johnson, Stormin' Sabres girls coach Marty Anderson, Ice Breakers girls coach Mark Chamernick and River Lakes girls coach Jack Freeman all joined Dave Overlund this week.
Thursday's guests included SCSU basketball coach Matt Reimer (Hour One), SCSU hockey captain Nick Oliver (Hour Two), St. Cloud Times sportswriter Tom Elliott (Hour Three), and SCSU baseball coach Pat Dolan.
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