Luverne Sports

Two Luverne High School athletes earned all-conference honors during the first Big South Conference Golf Tournament staged Monday in Fairmont. A total of 18 boys and 18 girls form the all-conference squad at the end of the 18-hole event. Luverne sophomore Hailey Remme and freshman Coy Gonnerman...
The Adrian Dragons used a rally late in the game to pull out a 4-2 win over the Luverne Cardinals Monday in Luverne. Adrian, which lost to Luverne 17-3 in early April, plated a pair of runs in the top half of the sixth inning to event its annual season series with the Cardinals. Luverne tied the...
Brianna Jonason scores a third-inning run during Monday's 13-3 home win over Worthington.
The Luverne softball wrapped up their home slate by rolling to a 13-3, five-inning win over the Worthington Trojans Monday. Luverne exploded for 13 hits offensively and pitcher Rylee Olson tossed a three-hit complete game to highlight the win. Olson fanned six batters. After falling behind 1-0 in...
Mark Robinson strikes a forehand during Monday's section tournament win against MACCRAY.
The Luverne Cardinals experienced little trouble in disposing of the MACCRAY Wolverines during a quarterfinal round match of the Section 3A Team Tennis Tournament Monday in Luverne. Top-seeded LHS won all seven matches in straight sets against an overmatched Wolverines squad. “Everybody did their...
The Luverne girls placed third at the Minnesota State Class A True Team Track and Field Championships in Stillwater Saturday. Team members include (front row, from left) Gabrielle Ferrell, Madison Reisdorfer, Tayla Peterson, Kynzie Smedsrud, Naomi Dooyema, (second row) Hannah Ehlers, Mallory Thorson, Jaidyn Elbers, Sierra Schmuck, Joci Oye, C;laire Baustian, Courtney Siebenahler, Tianna Doppenberg, (third row) Kami Sawelle, Morgan Edwards, Bergin Flom, Mackenzie Petersen, Samantha Pierce, Sydney Biever, (ba
Luverne’s dream of repeating as the Minnesota State Class A True Team Track champion went unrealized Saturday in Stillwater. The champions of 2014 turned in a solid showing at the meet, but the Cardinals ended up placing third in a nine-team field with 379.5 points. Class A champion Blue Earth Area...
The Luverne boys placed seventh in a nine-team field at the Minnesota State Class A True Team Track and Field Championships in Stillwater Saturday. Team members include (front row, from left) Cyris Halverson, Matthew Hup, Jordy Thone, Austin Winter, Dalton DeSollar, Mitchell Muller, Trenton Rops, Jackson Winter, (second row), Payton Stemper, Brandon Winter, Tanner Wiese, Dylan Thorson, (third row) D.J. Reker, Eli Haugom, Drew Weis, Ethan Marshall, Logan Stratton, Jeremiah Dooyema, Griffin Ahrendt, (back) co
The Luverne boys slipped back in the pack at the Minnesota State Class A True Team Track and Field Championships in Stillwater Saturday. After placing third in the Class A field in 2014, the Cardinals placed seventh with 282.5 points at Saturday’s meet. Holdingford ran away with the state title by...
The Tri-State Buffalos broke through Saturday in Rockwell, Iowa. After dropping the first two games of the Southern Plains football season at home, the Buffalos turned things around by rolling to a 60-26 victory over the North Iowa Bucks in their first road game of the season. Tri-State faced a...
Luverne shortstop Connor Sandbulte scoops up a bounding ball during Friday's 4-3 home loss to Buffalo.
The Luverne baseball team rallied to knot the score late in the game before falling 4-3 to Buffalo at Redbird Field Friday. Luverne, which faced 2-0 and 3-1 deficits in the game, put together a two-run rally in the bottom of the sixth inning to knot the score at three. The Bison, however, scored...
The Luverne softball team completed play in the Bib South Conference Small School Division with a 3-7 record after sweeping a doubleheader from Redwood Valley in Redwood Falls Friday. Luverne took Game 1 by a 6-2 margin and plated the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning to secure a...
The Luverne Redbirds came up on the short end of a tight decision during their 2015 amateur baseball debut at Redbird Field May 13. Hadley scored four runs in the first three innings of the game and that proved to be enough production to give the Buttermakers a 4-3 victory. Hadley, which produced...

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