Roseau High School Clay Target League Nabs National Championship

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Roseau High School Clay Target League Nabs National Championship


ROSEAU, MN — Roseau High School has earned the right to brag about its clay target league.

The school claimed the top title at the USA High School Clay Target League’s 2019 National Championship held in Mason, Michigan.

The 5-person team hit a total of 964 targets out of 1,000.

They beat 207 other teams to win the national title.

Woodrow Glazer from New Prague, Minnesota took home the individual championship title with a perfect score.

The League is said to be the safest sport in high school, with not one injury since it began in 2001.

Categories: Local News, Minnesota News


Roseau’s Aaron Ness signs with Arizona Coyotes

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Aaron Ness didn’t crack the NHL last season for the first time since 2014-15. But the former Roseau (Minn.) High School standout had perhaps its best pro season, leading the American Hockey League in both points and assists by a defenseman. Ness has parlayed that season into a new contract with a new team. Ness signed a two-year deal with the Arizona Coyotes on Monday as the NHL’s free agency period opened. If Ness is in the NHL, he’ll make $700,000. Ness spent the last four seasons with the Washington Capitals organization. He played 18 games in the NHL during those three seasons, while starring for the AHL’s Hershey Bears. Last season was his best. He earned second-team all-AHL honors. Prior to joining Washington’s organization, Ness spent four years with the New York Islanders organization, playing 29 games for the Isles. Ness played three seasons of college hockey at Minnesota after leading Roseau to a Minnesota state title in 2007.

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Photo: Washington Capitals defenseman Aaron Ness (55) of Roseau, Minn., skates past Mark Jankowski of the Calgary Flames during a game in October at Scotiabank Saddledome. Photo by Candice Ward, USA Today Sports