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Lockdown defenders

MARSHALL — The Marshall girls soccer team showed up to its match against St. Peter motivated. The Saints had ended the Tigers’ season last year with a 3-0 loss in the section quarterfinals and had gotten off to a 7-0-1 start this year. Marshall wasn’t able to get the win but they handed ...

Springfield offense too much for RTR

TYLER – On an absolutely beautiful night to watch a High School Russell-Tyler-Ruthton  Knights hosted the Springfield Tigers.  Springfield finished last season as Class A runners-up, losing to Minneota in the Championship game.  They return several starters from last years team, and they ...

Making a response

TRACY — The Tracy-Milroy-Balaton bounced back from last week’s loss to Sleepy Eye United with a dominant win over Martin County West Friday night. The Panthers took an early lead and never looked back in the 39-0 victory. “To finally put it all together was really nice in week three to ...

Falcons recover, hold off Greyhounds

NEW ULM — New Ulm Cathedral’s late-game heroics came up 3 yards and a 2-point conversion shy of tying the game Friday night as a fumbled snap was recovered by Red Rock Central to help the Falcons hang on for a 30-22 win in a Nine-Man South District, West Subdistrict football game at ...

Minneota beats B.O.L.D. in battle of top-ranked teams

OLIVIA – Minneota and B.O.L.D. went into their Friday night matchup as the two top-ranked teams in Class A. The No. 1 Vikings had outscored their first two opponents by a combined total of 93 points and the Warriors had outscored theirs by 97 points. Yet, it was Minneota that came out on top ...

No. 1 Minneota stays perfect against in-class competition

MADISON — The Minneota volleyball team had swept every Class A team it had faced this season and Thursday night was no different. The Vikings rolled past Lac qui Parle Valley 26-18, 25-14, 25-12 to keep their hot start to the season going. Elvia Faris and Kenadi Arndt had big days up front ...