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TheLuverne gymnasts turned in a third-place finish in a four-team field at the Martin County Area Invitational in Welcome Saturday. Luverne compiled 127.125 points to best Blue Earth Area (117) in team competition. Jackson County Central (140.2) and MCA (131.5) placed first and second respectively...
Luverne's Shelby Kracht challenges a pass off the stick of a Prairie Centre player during Saturday's game at the Blue Mound Ice Arena.
A run of playing seven games without taking a loss came to an end for the Luverne girls' hockey team when the Cardinals entertained the Prairie Centre Blue Devils for a game at the Blue Mound Ice Arena Saturday. Luverne sported 1-0 and 2-1 leads during the contest, but PC scored the final two goals...
Luverne sophomore Anna Huisman sails over the vault during Friday's home win over the Pipestone Arrows.
The Luverne gymnastics team got off to a good start in Big South Conference competition by besting the Pipestone Arrows 125.25-115.4 in Luverne Friday. With Meghan Witte and Samantha Pierce leading the charge, LHS won all four individual event titles to set the stage for a nine-plus point victory...
The Hills-Beaver Creek girls’ basketball team nailed down its seventh consecutive victory Friday in Okabena. Taking on Heron Lake-Okabena in a Red Rock Conference contest, H-BC coasted to a 64-30 victory. The Patriots rolled to a 39-16 lead in the game’s first half. H-BC used a 25-14 scoring...
The Ellsworth girls’ basketball team was unable to snap what stands as a seven-game losing streak when it played a Red Rock Conference game in Slayton Friday. The Panthers locked horns with the Murray County Central Rebels on their home court. The hosts outscored EHS in both halves of a 59-30...
The Adrian came up on the short end of a 38-32 decision when they engaged in a title battle with the Edgerton Flying Dutchmen Friday in Adrian. AHS was in a position to snap a four-game slide when it faced a 20-19 deficit at the intermission. Edgerton, however, outscored the Dragons 18-13 in the...
Luverne sophomore Mallory Thorson drives to the basket in front of HL-O defender Taylor Johanning during Thursday's game in Luverne. Thorson netted a team-high 18 points during an 86-31 win.
The Luverne girls notched their third consecutive basektball victory by overwhelming the Heron Lake-Okabena Wildcats Thursday in Luverne. Canning 61 percent of the their field goals in the game, LHS compiled a season high 86 points during an 86-31 rout of HL-O. The Wildcats scored the first four...
The Hills-Beaver Creek boys’ basketball team couldn’t register an upset when the Patriots challenged Southwest Christian in Edgerton Thursday. The Patriots played with the Eagles during a first half that ended with SWC sporting a 39-32 lead. SWC dominated play in the second half by outscoring the...
The Adrian boys’ basketball team lost its third consecutive game when the Dragons took on Mountain Lake Area Thursday in Mountain Lake. The night started in a promising way as the Dragons led 31-30 at the intermission. The Wolverines, however, outscored AHS 38-27 in the second half to secure a 68-...
The Ellsworth put themselves in a position to post their second basketball win of the season when they took on the Heron Lake-Okabena Wildcats in Okabena Thursday. Unfortunately for EHS, they couldn’t complete the job. EHS led by as many as eight points in the second half before falling 61-56 when...

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