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The No. 10-ranked HBC Patriots traveled to Edgerton Monday evening to begin the first round of subsection volleyball against No. 7-ranked Southwest Minnesota Christian Eagles. A strong start in Set 1 by the Eagles gave them the lead 7-3, but the Patriots rallied back with a block by Taylor Durst to...
The Luverne Cardinals football team finished off its regular season Wednesday night in Waseca, where the Bluejays dominated the first half and cruised to a 34-0 victory over the Cardinals. Waseca was superior on both sides of the ball in Wednesday’s matchup with 355 total offensive yards, and their...
Brothers Alex and Andrew Harris tackle an Edgerton Dutchman runner during a rainy and windy Wednesday night, Oct. 20, game in Edgerton. With the win, the H-BC Patriots move their regular season record to 6-2.
Rain, wind and mud seemed to be the theme for Minnesota high school football the Wednesday evening before MEA break. For the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots it was all that plus a 43-8 victory over the host Edgerton Flying Dutchmen. The Patriots’ win pushed the team to a 6-2 regular season record. The...
Camden Janiszeski leads Luverne to a second-place team finish at the Big South Conference cross country meet on Tuesday, Oct. 19, in Pipestone.
The LHS Cardinal Cross Country girls won their seventh consecutive team championship at the Big South Conference meet in Pipestone Tuesday. The team had six All-Conference performances: Tenley Nelson first, Jenna DeBates third, Kayla Bloemendaal fourth, Ella Schmuck fifth, Camden Janiszeski fifth...
Luverne senior Mia Wenzel punched her ticket to the state tennis tournament by winning the Section 3A singles championship and opens state play Thursday and Friday, Oct. 28-29.
Luverne High School senior Mia Wenzel won the Section 3A singles championship and qualified for the individual state tennis tournament in Minneapolis on Oct. 28 and 29.  Wenzel was the lone LHS participant in the final two rounds of the section tournament on Oct. 19 in St. Peter. In the semifinals...
Patriots surround teammate Danette Leenderts as she attempts to bump the ball back into play against Luverne.
Regular season volleyball play ended this week for Rock County rivals Luverne and Hills-Beaver Creek when the teams met in Hills Thursday night, Oct. 21. The Cardinals took the Patriots in three sets, 25-17, 25-20 and 25-13. The Patriots opened the match with a strong attack by Lanae Elbers in the...
Red Rock Central linemen try to bring H-BC's Ty Bundeson down at the line. The Patriots won the game.
Hills-Beaver Creek’s last regular season home football game Oct. 14 was an important one. It was Parents Night and a chance to end a two-game losing skid, so the Patriots needed to play well in front of the home crowd. The home team responded with a 24-6 win over the Red Rock Central Falcons,...
Luverne's Nathaniel Cole-Kraty and Conner Overgaard (53) take down a Fairmont runner behind the line of scrimmage Friday night in Luverne's home loss to the undefeated Cardinals. Luverne plays its next game Wednesday.
The Luverne Cardinal football players knew they had a big challenge this week as they faced off against undefeated Fairmont. The Cardinals played a strong first half, as they trailed by a score of just 16-14 at halftime. In the end, Luverne could not pull off the upset as they ultimately lost by a...
The LHS girls’ tennis team competed in the first two rounds of the Section 3A individual tournament in Sioux Falls Thursday, Oct. 14. Luverne had two individuals playing singles and two doubles teams competing for the right to move on to semi-finals and finals that were scheduled to be played...
A highly attended competitive match between the Luverne Cardinals and Adrian Dragons did not disappoint as both teams went to battle Friday night.  The Cardinals got down to business right away, putting the first two points on the board.   The Dragons soon caught up, but their momentum was cut...

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