Ellsworth Sports

The Adrian Area Dragons opened Red Rock Conference softball play by hosting the Edgerton-Southwest Christian Flying Dutchmen for a game in Ellsworth April 11. The league debut wasn’t a memorable experience for AA, which came up on the short end of a 17-1 decision in a four-inning contest. E-SWC...
Ellsworth’s Sean Boltjes started off the 2017 track season in a strong way at the Luverne Quadrangular April 4. Boltjes placed second in the 110- and 300-meter hurdles.
The Ellsworth track athletes made their 2017 debut in Luverne April 4. Competing at an event named the Luverne Quadrangular that actually attracted seven teams, the Panthers ran into some strong competition. The Ellsworth girls didn’t place in the top eight finishers in any event, but the EHS boys...
Dragons, Patriots open 2017 golf season The Hills-Beaver Creek and Adrian golf squads opened the 2017 at the Adrian Area Country Club. Led by a 43 from Jeremy Vander Woude, visiting Southwest Christian posted a 198-stroke to win the boys’ competition over H-BC (216) and Adrian (217). Mitchell Veld...
Hills-Beaver Creek’s Sidney Fick (middle), Grace Bundesen (right) and Avery Van Roekel (missing) made the 2016-17 All-Red Rock Conference Girls’ Basketball Team. Jasmine Lingen (left) received honorable mention.
Seven athletes from the Star Herald coverage area raked in postseason honors from Red Rock Conference officials last week. Three players from Hills-Beaver Creek and one from Adrian grace the list of the 2016-17 All-Red Rock Conference Girls’ Basketball Team. One more player from H-BC and Adrian and...
Adrian’s Mitchell Lonneman (second, left) and Zach Hendel (second, right) made the 2016-17 All-Red Rock Conference Boys’ Basketball Team. Jacob Stamer (left) and Ryan Wieneke (right) received honorable mention.
Eight basketball players from the Star Herald coverage area collected postseason honors from Red Rock Conference officials last week. Two Adrian and Hills-Beaver Creek athletes were selected to the 2016-17 All-Red Rock Conference Basketball Team. Two more AHS boys drew honorable mention recognition...
Ellsworth's Noah Kruse puts up a shot in the paint during the first half of Thursday's tournament loss in Edgerton.
The Ellsworth boys’ basketball team bowed out of the South Section 3A Boys’ Basketball Tournament Thursday at Edgerton Public School. The ninth-seeded Panthers were pitted against No. 8 Edgerton in a battle for a trip to Saturday’s quarterfinals in Worthington. Ellsworth sported a pair of leads...
The Ellsworth boys dropped their 20th basketball game of the season when they entertained the Murray County Central Rebels during the regular season finale in Ellsworth Monday. EHS remained competitive for most of the night, but a late surge by MCC completed a 94-61 conquest. The Panther fell...
The Ellsworth boys picked up their second basketball win of the season when they challenged the Heron Lake-Okabena Wildcats Saturday in Okabena. EHS got off to a solid start by sporting a 35-28 advantage at the intermission. The Panthers went out to outscore HL-O 34-28 in the second to clinch a 69-...
The 2016-17 girls’ basketball season came to an end for the Ellsworth Panthers Thursday in Slayton. Ellsworth, the ninth-seeded for the South Section 3A Tournament, took on No. 8 Murray County Central in an opening-round game of the annual event. The home-standing Rebels got off to a good start in...
Ellsworth junior Brandon Kramer puts up a shot as he is being challenged by Adrian's Mitchell Lonneman during Tuesday's game in Adrian.
The Ellsworth and Adrian boys’ basketball teams kicked off a stretch of playing three games in seven days Tuesday in Adrian. Adrian got off to a good start in what will be a hectic final week of the regular season by rolling to an 82-51 win over the Panthers. Ellsworth showed some promise early in...

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