Luverne Sports

The Luverne girls' cross country team won the Section 3A team title for the third consecutive season Thursday in Madison.
Adverse weather conditions and the competition couldn’t keep the Luverne girls’ cross country team from accomplishing a mission Thursday. The Cardinals traveled to Madison on a quest to capture the program’s third consecutive team title at Section 3A Cross Country Championships. The athletes and...
Seven members of the Luverne High School tennis program raked in postseason honors from Big South Conference officials last week. Samantha Pierce (middle), Emilie Bartels (second, right), Joci Oye (below) and Riley Severtson (below) made the All-BSC Western Division Team. Elise Jarchow (left), Rozilyn Oye (second, left) and Carissa Cunningham (right) received honorable mention recognition.
Seven members of the Luverne High School tennis program received postseason honors from Big South Conference officials last week. Four Cardinal players were selected to the 2017 All-BSC Western Division Tennis Team. Three other LHS athletes drew honorable mention recognition from league officials....
The curious part of my nature prompts me to ask a question to our readers. Does anyone remember what they were doing on the first weekend of November in 1999? I would guess not many could answer that question, and I know that I would have to plead ignorance if the same query was sent my way. After...
Luverne junior Charlie Reisch made four pass receptions and intercepted one pass during Saturday's playoff loss in Fairmont.
Facing a two-point deficit with less than nine minutes left to play, the Luverne Cardinals were in a position to register a huge upset in the semifinal round of the Section 3AAA Football Playoffs Saturday in Fairmont. The problem was, no one told the top-seeded Fairmont Cardinals that they were...
Luverne sophomore Jonah Friedrichsen turned in Luverne's second best time and placed 19th overall at the Section 3A meet in Madison Thursday.
The 2017 cross country season came to an end for the Luverne boys during the Section 3A Championships Thursday in Madison. During a meet that sends the top two teams and the eight other individuals who are not members of the top to teams on to state competition, the Cardinals did not meet the...
Luverne senior Sierra Schmuck attacks the ball at the net during Thursday's 3-0 home win over St. James.
The Luverne volleyball team advances to the semifinal round of the South Section 3AA Tournament after posting a win in the quarterfinals Thursday in Luverne. LHS, the tournament’s second seed, received strong challenge from seventh-seeded St. James in front of a big crowd in the Cardinal Gym. LHS...
Luverne defensive back James Chanthalangsy jars the ball out of the grasp of Worthington's Gavin Calmus during Tuesday's playoff game in Luverne.
The Luverne Cardinals earned a berth in the semifinals of the Section 3AAA Football Playoffs by upending Worthington 21-8 during the quarterfinals Tuesday in Luverne. Led by a stout defensive effort and a pair of extended offensive drives, fourth-seeded LHS scored the first 21 points of the game...
Super Thursday is at hand for a pair of Luverne High School squads. Both the Cardinal cross country and volleyball programs open postseason play at different sites. I have no reason to believe both the girls’ cross country and volleyball squads won’t extend their seasons tonight, which should set...
The Luverne Cardinal football team takes a four-game winning streak into postseason play after posting a victory in Windom Oct. 18. The Cardinals turned three of Windom’s four turnovers in the game into touchdowns to help secure a 34-7 win. The game was up for grabs with Luverne sporting a 13-7...
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...

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