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Solomon Nielsen
When Solomon Nielsen graduated from LHS in 2017, he achieved wrestling feats no one else in school history had reached. There is, however, one wrestling feat he hasn’t achieved — an individual championship — which he’s set as a goal to accomplish this year at the college level with Augsburg...
Luverne senior standout Reghan Bork joined an elite group of Cardinal girls by scoring her 100th career goal Tuesday, Nov. 23. She found the back of the net five times at Blue Mound Ice Arena to help give the Cardinal girls an impressive 10-0 win over Fairmont. The Cardinals got on the board...
The Red Rock Conference recently recognized nine Hills-Beaver Creek High School athletes for their performances during the Fall 2021 sports season. The following students were recognized by sport: •Volleyball: all-conference, sophomore Lanae Elbers; honorable mention, senior Kenadie Fick. •Football...
More than 40 runners participated in the 19th annual De-Light-Ful 5K and 1-mile races Saturday, Nov. 27, in Luverne. Participants started and finished at the National Guard Armory and traveled a race course on residential streets within Luverne. Once finished, they were eligible for awards and...
Hills-Beaver Creek fans cheer on the Patriots who led the Fertile-Beltrami football game at halftime with a score of 14-6.
A football season that started out with a postponed game because of a water-soaked field in Hills ended on the turf of U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. The Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots had their tournament run end on Nov. 19 at the semi-finals of the Minnesota Nine-Man State Football Tournament....
Luverne High School athletes were selected to the 2021 all-conference Big South Conference sporting teams, with several earning honorable mention status. Receiving all-conference honors were: •Volleyball: all-conference, senior Elise Ferrell; honorable mention, senior Trista Baustian. •Cross...
Luverne hockey player Reghan Bork assists teammate Payton Behr (10) for a score against Minnesota River Nov. 20 at home. The Cardinals improve their record to 3-1 with the win against the Bulldogs.
The Luverne girls’ hockey team improved its record to 3-1 Saturday afternoon, Nov. 20, at the Blue Mound Ice Arena where the Cardinals edged Minnesota River 7-3. Reghan Bork started the scoring 2:25 into the game when she beat Minnesota River’s Amilia Messer with an assist from Kamryn Van Batavia....
Payton Behr (10) passes the puck to Kamryn Van Batavia during the second period in a home matchup against the New Ulm Eagles Nov. 18 on the Cardinals' home ice. New Ulm won the season opener 7-3.
The Luverne girls’ hockey team hit the ice running over the past week beating Worthington 10-0, Windom 12-1, and St. Peter 1-3. Their only loss was to New Ulm 3-5. The Cards will face Fairmont at home Tuesday, Nov. 23, and Marshall on the road next week on Nov. 30.   LHS 10, Worthington 0 The...
The Hills-Beaver Creek defense (in white) braved winter-like conditions to hold Renville County West to seven points Nov. 12 in the quarterfinal game at SMSU stadium in Marshall.
Although the Hills-Beaver Creek football team also won the Section championship in 2020, the 2021 HBC football team went on to play in the quarter-finals of the Minnesota State Tournament for nine-man football for the first time since 2001. The Section 3 Champions defeated the Section 2 Champions,...
Steve Wiertzema (right), Hills-Beaver Creek High School athletic director, presents the Section 3 Nine-Man trophy to H-BC football captains (from left) Donavon Leenderts, Casey Kueter, Ty Bundesen, Max Scholten and Oliver Deelstra.
The Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots and the Mountain Lake Area Wolverines have met the last four years in the Section 3 Nine-Man Section Championship. This year the Patriots claimed the section championship with a score of 36-9 in Marshall Friday, Nov. 5. The Patriot defensive line play of senior Max...

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