Jamey Malcomb, Duluth News Tribune prep sports reporter

Jamey Malcomb

Prep sports reporter

Jamey Malcomb has been a high school sports reporter for the Duluth News Tribune since October 2021. He spent the previous six years covering local government, education and sports for the Lake County News-Chronicle in Two Harbors and the Cloquet Pine Journal. You can find him in gyms, rinks and anywhere high school athletes in the Twin Ports are competing or practicing.
Malcomb graduated from the George Washington University in 1999 with a bachelor's degree in history and literature and holds a master's degree in secondary English education from George Mason University.

Hermantown and Grand Rapids are the class of the area — again — and Duluth East hopes to claw its way back to the top of Section 7AA.
The reigning state champions lost arguably the most talent of anyone in the state, but they also have plenty of returning talent to make their way to their 13th Class A state tournament in 14 years.
The Spartans have four starters with at least three years of experience and are hoping to advance further than the sectional semifinals this season.
UWS didn’t give up a field goal until more than eight minutes were gone in the first quarter.
The Tigers drove down inside the Blugolds 1-yard line twice in the first half, but failed to come away with a touchdown either time.
Playing disciplined defense will be key to keeping the defending Wisconsin Division 5 champions in check, according to Tigers coach Jovin Kroll.
The Tigers didn’t advance to the state tournament, but the team “improved greatly” over the course of the season, according to coach Gabby Gidley.
The Hawks have won five straight and played their most “complete game of the season,” according to coach Dave Thompson.
The annual event is available at no cost to school-age children with disabilities.
The Hunters’ assistant coach has worked with the team to increase players’ speed, strength and agility this season.