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Ella Schmuck runs her first varsity cross country competition Tuesday, Oct. 12, in Adrian.
The Luverne Cardinals Cross Country team traveled to Adrian Tuesday, Oct. 12, and brought home a girls’ varsity title and a boys’ varsity fourth place along with some successful individual races. “We had another good day of racing with some great competition to push us,” said Assistant Coach Jodi...
The Patriots were on the road this past week hoping to get their first conference win. On Tuesday they traveled to Ellsworth, and on Friday they played at Lamberton. The Lady Pates fell short and lost both games in three sets. They will finish their regular season with three home games.   HBC v...
The Patriots volleyball team fought hard to get a win for Senior Night Monday, Oct. 18, but the Eagles were able to hold on to win in three close sets, 25-19, 25-21 and 25-23. Sophomore Lanae Elbers had a great night in the front row and started the Patriots out with three kills to come within a...
Zach Kruse connects with a pass from Casey Sehr in the end zone to complete a two-point conversion to give the Luverne Cardinals an 8-0 lead in the first quarter of the Battle Axe game with Pipestone, which won 20-16.
The Pipestone Arrows took back the Battle Axe Friday night at Cardinal Field after defeating the Luverne Cardinals 20-16. The Cardinals looked to be in good shape after taking a 16-8 lead into halftime, but the Arrows battled back to score 12 unanswered points in the second half to take the win....
Griffen Jarchow led the Luverne boys' team to a third-place finish at an Oct. 7 tournament.
The Luverne Cardinals cross country varsity girls won their home meet Thursday, and LHS varsity boys earned a third-place team finish despite running without two of their top varsity scorers. “Our boys did a great job of stepping up and filling in where it was needed,” said assistant coach Jodi...
H-BC's Ty Bundesen heads down the field during a completed pass Friday night in the game against MLA.
Friday night’s matchup between Hills-Beaver Creek and Mountain Lake Area pitted two top teams in nine-man Section 3 football against each other. Friday night ended with an MLA victory over H-BC by a score of 24-6. The game came down to a few big plays that the home field Wolverines took advantage...
Leeanna Gaugler preps for a kill Oct. 5 in the game against undefeated Heron Lake-Okabena-Lakefield-Fulda.
The Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots volleyball players, who are still looking for their first conference win, took on undefeated Heron Lake-Okabena-Fulda for a home conference match Tuesday, Oct. 5. They dropped a home game to Edgerton Monday night, Oct. 11, in Hills in three games. The Lady Pates...
Reghan Bork (right) sets the ball for Anja Jarchow during the home game with MCC Thursday, Oct. 7. Luverne won the match in three sets during 'Dig Pink' night.
Despite a slow start in Set 1, the Luverne Cardinals proved their strength in numbers on Senior Night at home by rattling the visiting Martin County West Mavericks with a 3-0 win Thursday, Oct. 7. The Cardinals lost a hard-fought battle to Jackson 3-1 on the road Oct. 5 (see related story) and will...
Cardinals fall to Benson in semifinals For the Luverne Cardinals, the Section 3A team tennis tournament came to an end Wednesday, Oct. 6, when LHS lost to Benson/Kerkhoven-Murdoch-Sunburg in the semifinals by a 4-3 score. Luverne had defeated Yellow Medicine East 7-0 in the quarterfinals on Oct. 4...
The Lady Pates had an opportunity to face a number of different teams during the SMSU tournament in Marshall over the weekend of Oct. 1-2. Coach Dylan Gehrke said his girls had a good weekend, and he was able to try players in different positions and rotations. He said the girls improved as the...

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