Luverne Sports

Luverne junior Mariah Aukes swipes the puck away from Albert Lea’s Hannah Savelkoul during the first game of the hockey season at the Blue Mound Ice Arena Nov. 10. The Cardinals rolled to a 9-1 victory.
The Luverne girls experienced a successful hockey season debut when the mauled the Albert Lea Tigers 9-1 at the Blue Mound Ice Arena Tuesday. Senior Makayla Sterrett turned in an eight-point night (four goals and four assists) and classmate Madisyn Dingmann registered six points (one goal and five...
I’ll be the first person to say experience benefits individuals 99 percent of the time. On Saturday I found myself in the one percent of the equation. Having covered multiple state cross country meets in Northfield over the years, I was confident in my self-determined approach to putting myself in...
Luverne’s Hailey Remme (left) made the 2015 All-Big South Conference Western Division Volleyball team. Alexis Ferrell (right) received honorable mention honors from the league.
The Luverne High School volleyball team was not overlooked when the 2015 All-Big South Conference Western Division Volleyball Team was announced late last week. One Cardinal player made the all-conference squad, and another LHS athlete drew honorable mention honors from the league’s coaches. Hailey...
Madison Schandelmeier turned in her fifth-straight all-state effort at the Minnesota State Class A Cross Country Championships in Northfield Saturday.
The Luverne girls’ cross country team turned in its second consecutive history-making performance over the weekend. One week after capturing the Section 3A title for the first time in school history, the Cardinals recorded their best finish as a team at the Minnesota State Class A Cross Country...
Luverne's Samantha Pierce (left) and Joci Oye (right) made the 2015 All-Big South Conference Western Division Tennis Team.
Two Luverne High School athletes graced the list of the 2015 All-Big South Conference Western Division Tennis Team. The list, which was released last week, consisted of 15 all-league selections and three honorable mention honorees. Luverne sophomores Samantha Pierce and Joci Oye made the all-league...
CC honors Members of the Luverne High School cross country program drew honors at the end of the Section 3A Cross Country Championships in Madison Thursday. The LHS girls’ team received an award for Gold level of academic achievement, which goes to teams with a combined 3.75 GPA or better. Junior...
When it comes to high school volleyball, I always seem to travel backward in my mind. Back in 1986, when I arrived in Rock County, I found myself experiencing some glorious times covering Luverne High School sports. Not only was I fortunate enough to cover a football program that was emerging as a...
Luverne’s Alexis Ferrell registered a team-high seven kills during Thursday’s 3-0 tournament loss in Pipestone.
The 2015 volleyball season came to an end for the Luverne Cardinals during the quarterfinal round of the South Section 3AA Tournament in Pipestone. Luverne, the tournament’s sixth seed, set out to upset No. 3 Pipestone during the event’s opening round. The Arrows had different plays as they...
Luverne’s Dalton DeSollar (left) and Adam Fodness (right) run together during Thursday’s Section 3A Cross Country Championships in Madison. DeSollar turned in Luverne’s top effort at the meet.
The Luverne boys wrapped up the 2015 season at the Section 3A Cross Country Championships in Madison Thursday. At a meet in which the top two teams and first eight finishers that are not members of the first- or second-place finishing teams earn trips to the state meet, the Cardinals didn’t meet...
The Luverne girls captured their first team title in school history at the Section 3A Cross Country Championships in Madison Thursday. Team members include (front row, from left) Madison Reisdorfer, Madison Schandelmeier, Zayna Hustoft, Gabrielle Ferrell, (back), Cassie Flanagan, Claire Baustian, Regan Feit, Autumn Nath and Tianna Doppenberg.
History was made during the Section 3A Cross Country Championships Thursday in Madison. For the first time in the history of the Luverne High School program, the Cardinal girls captured the section team title. Luverne turned in a 71-point performance, defeating two-time defending section champion...

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