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Luverne's Gracie Zewiske competes in the 100-meter dash during a meet in Pipestone.
The Luverne and Hills-Beaver Creek track teams were among five teams that competed in Luverne on Tuesday, May 25. The Luverne girls’ track team took home first place, while the H-BC girls’ team placed fourth overall. On the boys’ side of things, it was Southwest Minnesota Christian/Edgerton placing...
After waiting three months to play baseball due to pandemic restrictions, four Luverne athletes played all the baseball they could want last week. They competed in eight games in five days, including three on July 17, as members of both the Luverne 19U and the Redbirds teams. Pictured are (from left) Ethan Beyer, Cade Wenninger, Isaiah Bartels and Colby Crabtree. Quinn Buss also plays on both teams.
“It’s better to play three games in one day than no baseball at all.” That’s how Luverne’s Cade Wenninger summed up playing three baseball games on two teams in one day Friday, July 17, after the high school baseball season was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Wenninger, incoming senior at...
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When the coronavirus pandemic canceled this year’s NCAA Men’s March Madness Basketball Tournament, it also canceled Hills-Beaver Creek High School’s participation in the data analysis competition. Or that’s what H-BC secondary mathematics teacher Nora Wysong thought. But she learned the teams of...
Luverne-Adrian FFA teams compete at meats, general livestock events   Three members of the Luverne-Adrian FFA Chapter participated in the Pipestone Meats Judging Contest on March 11. The event was in the Animal Science Meat Lab on the South Dakota State University campus in Brookings. Participating...
Do you know any of these athletes? This photo of the 1937 state champions, Luverne High School, is included in a book celebrating the 100 years of the Minnesota High School League. The names of the athletes were not included in the book.
A book depicting the 100-year history of the Minnesota State High School League includes photographs of Luverne students and credits a former Luverne Public School’s official as the “Father of the State League.” However, the photographs, besides those of Bell, do not list who is pictured in them....
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