Jonna Curtis

Jonna Curtis, New Hampshire hockey player, missed the bulk of this past season with an injury for the second straight year. The same injury, broken collarbone, occurred when she was checked into the boards in a game against Boston College, the same team that knocked her out last year. She said it seemed like “cheap [...]

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  Jena Jondahl, Winona State junior gymnast from Elk River, was runner-up in vault at the Division III nationals last Saturday with a 9.55 score at UW-Whitewater. Jondahl was also silver medalist at nationals her freshman year. With Elk River, she was state champion in floor exercise and uneven bars as a senior in 2010. [...]

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Elk River’s Jonna Curtis is sidelined with a broken collarbone after an excellent start with the New Hampshire women’s hockey team. Curtis,  the Elks’ all-time hockey scoring leader, had a goal and six assists in six games. The Wildcats were 4-2 when she was injured and are 4-7-1 now. Curtis, who had 155 goals with [...]

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Elk River hockey stars Anders Franke and Jonna Curtis were each named to the Star-Tribune All-Metro first team. About Franke, the paper said: “Won all 16 of the Elks’ games, stopping 92 percent of shots faced and allowing 2.16 goals per game. Model of consistency throughout his four-year career. Allowed two or fewer goals 14 [...]

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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor You don’t get players like Jonna Curtis every  year. You just enjoy them while you can. Five years of watching this little magician skate for Elk River ended Feb. 23 in an epic four-OT loss to Grand Rapids-Greenway 2-1, in the section finals. Next year, they’ll follow her at [...]

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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor Jonna Curtis of Elk River-Zimmerman is one of the five finalists for the Ms. Hockey Award announced by Let’s Play Hockey. The senior forward, signed by New Hampshire, has 36 goals and 25 assists for the 20-3-3 Elks this year, heading into the section finals on Thursday evening against [...]

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Seven Elk River athletes formally signed with college teams and were honored at a reception on Wednesday morning at the main office, on the occasion of national signing day. Most of these commitments were announced previously. They are: Jonna Curtis, hockey, University of New Hampshire Josie Brown, soccer, Wayne State Alex Kline, golf, University of [...]

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