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Junior Riley Tatge (No. 82) helps tackle a Westbrook-Walnut Grove Charger along with seniors Luke Fuerstenberg (No. 21) and Cody Moser (No. 75) during Friday night’s H-BC Homecoming game in Hills. The Patriots downed W-WG 60-14 and upped their undefeated season to 4-0.
The Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots’ football team has increased its record to 4-0 with a win over the Westbrook-Walnut Grove Chargers in the H-BC Homecoming game last Friday night at Patriot Field. Next week will be the toughest test of the season for the Patriots as they travel to Renville County...
Luverne’s No. 1 doubles player Sarah Stegenga hits the ball back across the net in a tennis match against Redwood Valley at home Sept. 22. Stegenga and her partner, Katharine Kelm, lost to the Redwood Valley Cardinals.
The Luverne Cardinals played two matches in the past week and went 0-2 to move their record to 10-4 on the season.  LHS started the week on Tuesday, Sept. 20, with a 0-7 loss to St. James and a 3-4 loss to Redwood Valley on Thursday, Sept. 22. The Cardinals are scheduled to travel to Pipestone on...
A promising start led to a disappointing finish for the Luverne Cardinals football team against New Ulm Friday night in New Ulm. The Cardinals took a 20-7 lead into halftime and led 26-14 after scoring early in the fourth quarter. Unfortunately for the Cardinals, New Ulm scored 28 points in the...
Kamryn Van Batavia attempts to tip the ball over the Pipestone Area defenders Thursday night, Sept. 22, in a volleyball game in Pipestone. The Arrows swept Luverne 3-0 in the match.
The Luverne volleyball team took on Redwood Valley and Pipestone in the past week, dropping both games on the road to put their record at 10-5 for the season. The Cardinals were scheduled to travel to Worthington Tuesday night to take on the Trojans, and they’ll host St. James Area Thursday night...
Setting up a bump is Hills-Beaver Creek junior Layla Deelstra as the Patriots took on the Edgerton Dutchmen in a Friday afternoon volleyball game in Hills.
The H-BC Patriots met four volleyball opponents last week but are still looking for their first win of the season. H-BC plays at Edgerton Tuesday evening. These two teams met last Friday, and Edgerton topped H-BC 3-1.   H-BC 0, MLA-C 3 The Patriots fell to MLA-C in three sets Tuesday night. H-BC...
Freshman Ella Sammons fires a kill over the net Thursday night, Sept. 19, in a home game in Hills against Westbrook-Walnut Grove, who took the match over the H-BC Patriots 3-0.
The Hills-Beaver Creek Lady Pates dropped two volleyball matches in regular season action last week. H-BC took on the Southwest Minnesota Christian Eagles in Edgerton Tuesday, Sept. 13, and came away with a loss in three matches, 19-25, 14-25 and 16-25. In a match at home against Westbrook-Walnut...
LHS senior Carly Olson makes a dig Thursday night, Sept. 15, in a home game against the Windom Eagles.
The Luverne girls’ volleyball team improved their record to 10 wins and three losses this week with a win over Windom on Thursday and two wins and one loss at the Jackson Invitational on Saturday. The Cardinals will travel to Redwood Falls on Tuesday, Sept. 20, and meet the Pipestone Arrows in...
The girls’ and boys’ Luverne cross country teams participated in the Mayo Invitational in Rochester Thursday, Sept. 15. The Luverne girls’ varsity ran to a remarkable fifth place finish. Teams placing ahead of Luverne include Stillwater Area in first, Eastview placing second, Rochester Century...
Roselynn Hartshorn hits a backhand against her Sioux Falls Lincoln JV opponent Monday afternoon at the Luverne High School courts. Hartshorn, filling in at No. 1 singles for Rayann Remme, who was out with an injury, fell in a close match 5-7, 7-5, 10-7. The Cardinals dropped the match 3-4 to Lincoln.
The Luverne girls’ tennis team ended the week with a 5-2 win over the Worthington Trojans Tuesday, Sept. 13, and a loss to Sioux Falls Lincoln JV by a score of 4-3 Monday, Sept. 19. With the split for the week, the Cardinals’ record now stands at 10-2 on the season. The LHS match scheduled for...
Luverne High School senior Gannon Ahrendt catches a pass for a first down against the Windom Eagles Thursday night, Sept. 15, at Cardinal Field. The game was stopped at the beginning of the third quarter due to lightning with the score at 36-0, which became final after both coaches agreed to call the game due to the weather.
The Luverne Cardinals football team upped their record to 2-1 after defeating the Windom Eagles in a shortened game Thursday night in Luverne. The Cardinals raced out to a 36-0 halftime lead, and just 18 seconds into the second half the game was stopped due to lightning. Both coaches mutually...

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