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LaShad Smith crosses the goal line during Luverne’s 27-13 victory over Worthington on Thursday, Nov. 12. The senior running back finished the game with 213 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns.
The Luverne Cardinals ended the regular season on a four-game winning streak and finished with a 5-1 overall record. There have been a number of factors that have led the Cardinals to end the season on a hot streak. They have received exceptional play from a stingy defense that’s given up just 13.6...
Luverne’s Regan Feit signs her letter of intent to attend Winona State University where she will be a member of the track and field team for WSU. Pictured are (front, from left) Amy Feit, Regan Feit, Kyle Feit, (back) Corey Nelson, Jodi Nelson and Pete Janiszeski.
For a lot of prep athletes they have two goals in mind: to reach the state tournament in their respective sports and to be able to play that sport at the collegiate level.  Luverne’s Regan Feit has accomplished that first goal plenty of times during her time as a Luverne Cardinal. Since becoming a...
Luverne's Bailey Cowell looks to evade a Redwood Valley defender on Friday, Nov. 6. The Cardinals defeated Redwood Valley 34-28 in overtime.
It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish. The Luverne Cardinals were able to overcome a sluggish start on Friday, Nov. 6, against the Redwood Valley Cardinals. Luverne trailed Redwood Valley 21-6 at halftime, but the home Cardinals were able to outscore the visiting Cardinals 28-7 in the second...
H-BC’s Gavin Wysong looks for open field during the Patriots’ victory over Edgerton on Friday, Oct. 30. The Patriots host Mountain Lake Area on Thursday, Nov. 12.
The Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots did what they wanted, when they wanted, on Friday, Nov. 6, in their football game against Granada-Huntley-East Chain-Truman. The top-ranked Patriots improved to 5-0 on the season with a 50-0 victory. The Patriots jumped on GHEC-T early and never took their foot off...
Brennen Rupp
Change can be difficult. Too much change can be overwhelming. This past year we’ve all had to deal with some sort of change in our everyday lives, and some of it I’m sure has been downright overwhelming. The changes I dealt with came in waves. Albeit my changes were much smaller waves compared to...
The Luverne Cardinals found themselves down 2-0 in their match against the Pipestone Area Arrows on Thursday, Nov. 5, in Pipestone. The Cardinals were staring at another 3-0 loss, but were able to come back to win the match 3-2. “We allowed longer service runs by Pipestone during the first two sets...
H-BC's Emma Kodet serves the ball during the Patriots’ match against HLO-F on Thursday, Nov. 5. The Patriots lost the match 3-0.
The Heron Lake-Okabena-Fulda Coyotes entered their match with Hills-Beaver Creek on Thursday, Nov. 5, with a perfect 4-0 record. Not only did the Coyotes have a perfect record, they also hadn’t dropped a set through four matches. The visiting Coyotes kept their perfect season alive by sweeping the...
Prior to the start of the shortened 2020 season, the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots football team had accumulated an 18-4 record over the last two seasons. All four of those losses have come against Mountain Lake Area. The two teams have met in the section tournament back-to-back years with MLA...
The Luverne girls' cross country team competed in a two-day cross country showcase in Atwater on Oct. 31. Pictured left to right are Makena Nelson, Brooklyn Ver Steeg, Grace Ingebretson, Regan Feit, Tenley Nelson, Jenna DeBates, Elizabeth Wagner, Kalya Bloemendaal and Tiana Lais.
Due to Covid-19, the Minnesota State High School League opted not to hold state tournament events this year for fall sports. A two-day showcase in Atwater at the Island Pine Golf Club served as a de facto cross country state tournament. With all the top runners from the state attending, the event...
Ty Bundesen comes down with a catch during H-BC's 36-0 victory over Edgerton on Friday, Oct. 30, in Edgerton.
The Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots football team continued their push for a perfect season on Friday, Oct. 30, with a 36-0 victory over Edgerton. The top-ranked Patriots improved to 4-0 with the road victory. After forcing the Flying Dutchmen to punt on their opening drive, it didn’t take long for the...

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