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Lewis Family Drug placed second in the regular season and won the Luverne Community Education Major League Baseball Tournament title. Team members include (front row, from left) Connor Overgaard, Colin Schoeneman, Gavyn Boll, Griffen Jarchow, Gavin Reisch, Marcus Feit, Hunter Gaffaney, (back) coach Chad Overgaard, Jayson Delfs, Kaden Anderson, Riley Anderson, Bailey Cowell, Ben Jarchow, John Miller and coach Scott Anderson.
A team that placed second during the regular season took top honors during the Luverne Community Education Major League Baseball Tournament July 1 at Joe Roberts Fields. Lewis Family Drug, the tournament’s second seed, survived a scare to pull out a one-run win in the semifinals before rolling to a...
The Bluestem tied for second place in the regular season and won the first postseason tournament title of the Minor League Softball program. Team members include (front row, from left) Kendra Thorson, Makena Nelson, Regan Mehlhaff, Maren Stegenga, Ella Reisdorfer, (middle) Morgan Ahrendt, Jana Reed, Chloe Schoeneman, (back) coaches James Mehlhaff, Jeff Ahrendt and Corey Nelson. Missing is Emma Lusty.
The Bluestem made Luverne Community Education Summer Recreation history July 1. During what was the final night of play in the first year of Minor League Softball play, the Blustem pulled out an upset to win the league’s postseason tournament. The four-team league opened postseason play on June 29...
The Luverne Redbirds notched their 10th amateur baseball victory of the season when they entertained the Adrian A’s Wednesday, July 1. Luverne scored three runs in the first two innings of play and that proved to be enough offense for the Redbirds to post a 3-2 victory. Adrian plated single runs in...
Wes Grieme has been in the business of instructing tae kwon do in Luverne for a long time. His instruction has spanned 34 years, to be exact. Needless to say, Grieme has witnessed a lot of great things over the past three-plus decades. However, when it comes to belt-testing sessions at the local...
Gophers in Sioux Falls The University of Minnesota Golden Gophers men’s basketball team will play a game at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls Dec. 12. The Gophers will take on Oklahoma State University in a regular-season game. Tickets for the contest can be purchased at ticketmaster.com starting...
Amy Dulaney (left), Carol Ludvigson (second left), Jerilyn Britz (second right) and Mary Jo Graphenteen (right) won the women’s and overall titles during the Peg Hoiland-Anderson Memorial Golf Tournament staged Monday at the Luverne Country Club.
Luverne players helped capture some of the team championships during the 25th annual Peg Hoiland-Anderson Memorial Golf Tournament Monday at the Luverne Country Club. Two Luverne players were members of the team that won the overall and women’s divisions of the event, and one Luverne couple helped...
The Luverne American Legion baseball team broke even when it entertained Garretson, South Dakota, for a twin bill Monday. Garretson posted a 5-1 win in the opener, but Luverne rolled to an 8-1 victory in the finale. Luverne sports a 10-4 record after the set. Garretson 5, Luverne 1 Game 1 of Monday...
The Tri-State Buffalos bowed out of the Southern Plains Football League Playoffs Saturday in Cleveland. The Buffalos turned in a competitive performance against The Panic, but it wasn’t enough to keep their 3-5 season from coming to an end. The Panic sported a 21-19 lead after 24 minutes of play...
A positive start led to a disappointing finish when the Luverne VFW baseball team participated at the Junior Upper Midwest Baseball Classic in New Ulm and Essig Friday and Saturday. Luverne opened the tournament with a win Friday, but the victory was followed by three consecutive losses. The...
Edgerton’s shortstop prepares to slap a tag on Luverne’s Cole Bosch as the Cardinal unsuccessfully attempts to steal second base during Thursday’s game in Edgerton.
The Luverne American Legion baseball team used three big offensive innings to dispose of Edgerton 12-2 Thursday in Edgerton. After falling behind by one run in the first inning, Luverne put up crooked numbers in the second, fifth and sixth frames to win the game by the 10-run rule after six innings...

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