Luverne Sports

The Luverne cross country teams faced some different competition during the St. James Invitational Tuesday. Taking on squads from eastern areas of Southern Minnesota, the Cardinals mixed up with some unfamiliar opponents. The Luverne girls ended up placing second in a nine-team field, while the...
The Luverne girls’ cross country team more than met its goal at the Lac qui Parle Valley-Dawson-Boyd Invitational in Madison Sept. 22. Cardinal coach Pete Janiszeski said his team was focused on staying close to the host team in the meet’s final standings, an LQPV-D-B squad that has won the last...
Luverne’s Carissa Cunningham keeps the ball from touching the court during Monday’s home match against Pipestone. The Cardinals nipped the Arrows 4-3.
The Luverne tennis finished second in the Big South Conference Western Division for the second-straight season with1 4-3 home win over Pipestone Monday. Both teams brought 3-1 league records into the match, but Luverne split the singles matches with the Arrows and went 2-1 in doubles to place...
The Luverne football team bounced back from dropping a game to Pipestone Sept. 18 by turning in a commanding performance in St. James Friday. Luverne produced a season-high 430 yards on offense to set the stage for a 42-7 drubbing of the Saints on their home field. LHS quarterbacks Jaxon Nelson and...
Luverne’s bid to earn its first Big South Conference volleyball win of the season came up short after a positive start Thursday in Windom. The Cardinals got off to a rousing start by taking the opening set from the home-standing Eagles. Windom, however, bounced back to outscore LHS 75-36 in the...
H-BC's Mekayla Kolbrek prepares to serve during Tuesday's 3-0 win in Luverne.
The Hills-Beaver Creek volleyball team earned bragging rights for at least one year by prevailing in all-Rock County Clash with Luverne Sept. 22. H-BC outscored the home-standing Cardinals 75-55 during a 3-0 victory in Luverne. It was H-BC’s first win over LHS in four years (2011), when the...
The Luverne girls’ cross country team captured its first meet championship of the 2015 season Tuesday in Madison. Running on the course that will be the site of the Section 3A meet in late October, the Cardinals seemed to make themselves at home during the Lac qui Parle Valley-Dawson-Boyd...
The Luverne Cardinals notched their third Big South Conference tennis win of the season when they bested Redwood Valley 5-2 Tuesday in Redwood Falls. LHS went 3-1 in singles and 2-1 in doubles to top the home-standing Cardinals handily. “Our singles players just keep on improving. We’re getting...
The Luverne Cardinals turned in a solid showing by going 2-2 and placing fourth at the 12-team Jackson County Central Tournament Saturday. Luverne took top honors in its pool by winning two matches. The Cardinals topped Murray County Central in three sets (25-18, 23-25, 15-5) before sweeping Triton...
Sophomore quarterback Jaxon Nelson ran for 25 yards during Friday's 21-6 home loss to Pipestone.
The Pipestone Arrows took advantage of their scoring opportunities during Friday’s football game at Cardinal Field in Luverne. For the most part, the Luverne Cardinals did not. Ultimately, that proved to be the difference in the annual rivalry game between the Cardinals and the Arrows. LHS...

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