The Pirates of the Week are Hailey Seaver, Keaton Lindgren, Rylee Solheim, Cameron Weiland and Blake Fee.

Girls' Basketball

Hailey Seaver - Jr. F   

    Head Coach Darin Zimmerman says, “Hailey has been steadily getting back to playing good basketball after having to sit out the first few weeks due to injury. Having her back adds another another element to our offense and defense. She has a strong low post game and Hailey is a great rim defender. She is a big reason why we have held two of our last three opponents to a shooting percentage of under 35.”

Boys' Hockey

Keaton Lindgren - Sr. F

    Head Coach Josh Hardy says, “Keaton is a senior forward for the Pirates and has been having a great year. Keaton assisted on the game-tying goal in the JV's win over Detroit Lakes last Saturday. Keaton's versatility in playing forward, defense and his willingness to do whatever the team needs makes him an integral part of the Pirates’ success. From playing scout team PK to keeping the guys loose, Keaton is the definition of a team player.”

Girls' Hockey

Rylee Solheim - 8th D

    Head Coach Jaclyn Martin says, “This is her first year on the varsity team and she is one of our strongest players. She continues to get better each and every game. Her ability to read and react to the game at her age is remarkable. Rylee has also played some shifts up top and with her speed and hands, it’s only a matter of time before she puts one past the goal line. We’re very fortunate to have Rylee with us for five years and it’s going to be fun to see how she develops along the way!”


Cameron Weiland - Fr.

    Head Coach Wes Hanson says, “Cameron is a freshman and went 5-1 in last week’s action which earned him a spot on the All-Tournament team at the Mahnomen Duals. He worked hard at our summer workouts and it's nice to see it paying off.”

Boys' Basketball

Blake Fee - Jr. F

    Head Coach Greg Garmen says, “Though he is not scoring a lot, Blake does the other things that we need, from rebounding to taking charges. He also is usually given the task of guarding the paint and is often out-sized. We will need his physical play as we get into the second half of the season.”