Luverne Sports

Eighth members of the Luverne cross country program earned honors during the Big South Conference meet in St. Peter Oct. 17 in St. Peter. They are (front row, from left) Jonah Friedrichsen, Shane Berning, (back) Brooklynn Ver Steeg, Regan Feit, Gabrielle Ferrell, Autumn Nath, Tenley Nelson and Tiana Lais.
The Luverne cross country teams experienced a banner day at the Big South Conference Championships in St. Peter Oct. 17. Competing as won of seven squads in the Small School Division, the Cardinal girls walked away with the team championship for the third consecutive season. Along with winning the...
Luverne's Greta Ahrendt slips the ball past Adrian blocker Avery Balster during Tuesday's volleyball match in Luverne.
A pair of volleyball teams from the Star Herald coverage area completed the regular season by squaring off against each other Oct. 17. Luverne entertained Adrian in a match against teams with the potential to notch postseason wins win their respective section tournaments begin. The home-standing...
The Luverne Cardinals posted a solid victory during their final road volleyball match of the regular season Monday in Trimont. Luverne outscored a solid Martin County West squad 75-62 during a 3-0 victory. The Cardinals withstood a stiff challenge by the Mavericks to pull out a 25-23 win in the...
Luverne junior Jed Dooyema registers a sack on MCW quarterback Wyatt Geistfield during Friday's 42-17 win in Sherburn.
A bevy of big plays led the Luverne Cardinal football team to its third consecutive victory Friday in Sherburn. With the Cardinals producing four touchdowns that covered 35 or more yards, LHS coasted to a 42-17 win over the Martin County West Mavericks. “This was the first game in a number of years...
The Luverne Cardinals completed a 3-3 Big South Conference volleyball campaign by dropping a hard-fought match in Pipestone Thursday. Luverne erased an early deficit by winning the second and third sets to gain a 2-1 advantage, but the Arrows claimed the fourth and fifth sets to pull out a 3-2 win...
Luverne's Tenley Nelson nipped MCC's Morgan Gehl by one second to win the individual title at the Adrian Invitational Tuesday.
The Luverne Cardinals mixed it up against area talent at the Adrian Cross Country Invitational Tuesdayat the Adrian Area Country Club. The LHS girls placed second in a 12-team varsity field with 74 points, while the Cardinal boys finished seventh out of 12 teams with 164 points. Marshall won both...
The 2017 tennis season came to an end for the Luverne Cardinals during the opening rounds of the Section 3A Individual Tournament in St. Peter Friday. Luverne entered two singles players and a pair of doubles teams into the event with the hopes of sending someone to the state tournament by placing...
Luverne's James Chanthalangsy finds a way to break up a pass intended for a BEW receiver during Friday's football game at Cardinal Field.
A soggy field that became more treacherous with rain falling throughout the second half wasn’t enough to dampen Homecoming festivities at Cardinal Field in Luverne Friday. In fact, the field conditions may have been a blessing in disguise for a Luverne football team that was seeking its second...
Luverne senior Gracie Bosch registers one of her team-high 23 digs during Thursday's 3-0 home win over Worthington.
The Luverne Cardinals upped their Big South Conference volleyball record to 3-2 with a 3-0 sweep over Worthington Thursday in Luverne. The Cardinals improved their margins of victory in all three sets and outscored the Trojans 75-49 overall to win a match that assures the Cardinals of at least a ....
Luverne's Tenley Nelson (right) and Regan Feit (left) placed first and second respectively at Thursday's Luverne Invitational.
The Luverne girls cross country team captured a team championship during their final home meet of the 2017 season Thursday. Playing the role of hosts for the annual Luverne Invitational, the Cardinals turned in a commanding performance to secure the team title. With five runners placing ninth or...

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