The Pequot Lakes Patriots baseball team, under the direction of new head coach Jon Kostecka, opened the season with a 3-2 extra-inning victory over the visiting Aitkin Gobblers in non-conference action on Friday, April 11.
Sophomore CJ Borleis was chosen most valuable player at the Pequot Lakes boys' basketball team banquet on Tuesday, April 1.
Borleis, who was an All-Mid-State Conference selection, helped the Patriots compile a 10-17 record this season.
The top-seeded Pequot Lakes girls' basketball team began its playoff run with an 83-59 Subsection 8AA quarterfinal victory at home over No. 9 seeded Badger/Greenbush-Middle River on Thursday, March 6, and a 72-54 subsection semifinal win over No.
The Pequot Lakes junior varsity girls' basketball team ended their successful season with wins over Aitkin and Sebeka. The team had just three losses.
On Feb. 25 in Aitkin, the Patriots beat Aitkin 53-29.
The Pequot Lakes girls' basketball team won its final three regular season games to finish 19-6 overall heading into the top-seeded Patriots' home North Subsection 8AA playoff game against No. 9 Badger/Greenbush/Middle River at 7 p.m.
Crosby-Ironton defeated the visiting Pequot Lakes Patriots boys' basketball team 55-43 in Mid-State Conference action on Monday, Feb. 24.
The Patriots, 2-8 in the conference and 10-16 overall while the Rangers are 9-1 in the Mid-State and 22-3 overall.
Thirteen different Pequot Lakes players scored as the Patriots cruised past the visiting Bagley Flyers 82-45 in non-conference action on Thursday, Feb. 20. Pequot Lakes, which has won six of their last seven games, is 16-6 overall.
The Pequot Lakes junior varsity boys' basketball team beat Crosby-Ironton 63-60 in overtime on Friday, Feb. 14.
The Patriots trailed 9-2 early and then 28-18 at the half as Trey Jacobs made three 3-pointers for C-I.