2019-20 LSC Men’s Basketball Schedule

Nov. 20 — at St. Cloud Technical
Nov. 22 — at Riverland
Nov. 23 — at Minnesota State
Nov. 26 — Gogebic, at St. Scholastica
Dec. 4 — St. Cloud Technical, at UW-Superior
Dec. 11 — at Hibbing
Dec. 12 — at Rainy River
Dec. 20 — at Central Lakes
Dec. 21 — at Itasca
Jan. 8 — Hibbing, at St. Scholastica
Jan. 11 — Rainy River, at St. Scholastica
Jan. 15 — Fond du Lac, at St. Scholastica
Jan. 17 — at Mesabi Range
Jan. 18 — Northland, at Ordean Middle School
Jan. 22 — Vermilion, at UW-Superior
Jan. 24 — at Gogebic
Jan. 29 — at Hibbing
Feb. 1 — Central Lakes, at St. Scholastica
Feb. 5 — at Rainy River
Feb. 8 — at Fond du Lac
Feb. 12 — at Vermilion
Feb. 15 — Itasca, at UW-Superior
Feb. 19 — Mesabi Range, at Ordean Middle School
Feb. 22 — at Northland

Note: IceHawks home games, at various locations, listed in boldface

Lake Superior College Athletics hosting Spirit Week

It’s Spirit Week at Lake Superior College, and IceHawks Athletics has a lot to celebrate.

LSC’s co-ed clay target team recently captured its second consecutive conference championship, the co-ed cycling team competed in the USA Cycling National Championships in California last weekend, and the men’s soccer team will kick off the NJCAA Regional XIII playoffs today in Riverland.

LSC’s mens and womens basketball teams held their first practices last week.

IceHawks Notebook — Moriah Johnson placed 33rd out of 63 of the top riders in the country at the USA Cycling National Championships. Nick Fillipi, Adam Fairbanks and Caleb Wood placed 27th, 30th and 32nd, respectively, out of the top 52 riders in the short track cross country championship … The mens and womens soccer teams earned impressive road victories last weekend, with women defeating Minn West 8-0 and men picking up the 2-1 victory in overtime.

Grandma’s Marathon registration opens Tuesday

Registration for the 44th annual Grandma’s Marathon Weekend — which includes Grandma’s Marathon, the Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon and the William A. Irvin 5K — will open at 7 p.m. CT on Tuesday.

Entries for Grandma’s Marathon will be taken on a first-come, first-serve basis until the race reaches 9,000 participants. Those who register to run the 26.2-mile race before December 31 will receive a free commemorative full-zip jacket. After December 31, runners will have the option to purchase the jacket.

Registration for the Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon will also be conducted on a first come, first registered basis until the race capacity is filled at 7,500 participants. This year is the 30th Anniversary of the popular road race; therefore, the Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon is expected to reach capacity very quickly once again.

The William A. Irvin 5K is limited to the first 2,000 participants. The 3.1-mile racecourse features a tour through Canal Park on Friday evening of race weekend.

The entry fee for the 44th running of Grandma’s Marathon starts at $110 with price increases scheduled until the race limit is met (see below for complete pricing structure). The Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon is $100 and the William A. Irvin 5K entry fee begins at $35.

Those looking for the ultimate race experience are invited to take the Great Grandma’s Challenge, which pairs the 5K with either the full or half marathon. Registration for the Great Grandma’s Challenge is limited to the first 500 individuals for each race and will also be available starting October 1.

Registration will be available online at www.GrandmasMarathon.com.

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