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YOUTH GIRLS HOCKEY: Marshall 10U takes out Worthington 15-0 on Sunday

MARSHALL — The Marshall girls 10U hockey team took on Worthington Sunday night and came away with a 15-0 win. Ava Kolander was in the net for a shutout. Lily Stelter had a total of four goals. Right behind her was Avery Kesteloot with a hat trick. Brielle Felton-Krog, Brooklyn Mauch and ...

NCAA FOOTBALL: Dream dislodged

MINNEAPOLIS — All week long, the excitement was there. The Gophers against the Badgers, one of college football's oldest rivalries, College Gameday in attendance, all with so much more on the line than who would take the lead on an even split in the series. A trip to the Big Ten ...

NCAA FOOTBALL: Andries shows depth with multiple positions

MINNEAPOLIS — Blaise Andries has provided a lot already in his collegiate career in helping anchor the University of the Minnesota offensive line. The Gophers offensive guard and Marshall native showed his range even more when fellow teammate Daniel Faalele exited Saturday's game against the ...

FRIDAY BOYS BASKETBALL: Wabasso edges Cleveland, 83-80

WABASSO — The Wabasso boys basketball team defeated Cleveland 83-80 on Friday in their home tournament. Isaac Kronback led the way for the Rabbits with 24 points while Will Carlson added 23 and Colby Wall had 19. Wall led in rebounds with nine while Matt Evink added seven. Carlson led in ...

PREP BOYS HOCKEY: Holding it down at home

MARSHALL - After earning a thrilling overtime win last week to open its season, the Marshall boys hockey team returned home to an excited fanbase ready to see its team play on its own ice. The Tigers, playing in their home tournament for the fourth year in a row, put on another solid ...

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Panthers open season with 68-56 victory over Sleepy Eye

SLEEPY EYE — The Tracy-Milroy-Balaton boys basketball team opened its season at the Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s tournament with a 68-56 victory over Sleepy Eye on Friday. Trevor Larson led the way for the Panthers with 26 points while Tony Nelson added 25 and Noah Swenhaugen had eight. Nelson ...

SMSU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Mustangs ready for two games in Oregon this weekend

MARSHALL — The Southwest Minnesota State University women's basketball team (3-1, 0-1 NSIC) takes a break from Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference play with two games versus NCAA opponents in the state of Oregon today and Saturday. •SMSU will face Concordia University (Ore.) (1-5) ...

YOUTH HOCKEY: Marshall Pee Wee B drops pair of games last weekend

MARSHALL — The Marshall Amateur Hockey Association Pee Wee B team went 0-2 last weekend by 10-0 scores, falling to New Ulm/Sleepy Eye on Friday and Luvene on Saturday. Friday's game found Pee Wee B down 1-0 two minutes into the first period, but the defense came together, holding NUSE off ...

NCAA FOOTBALL: Bison sweep Valley football Coach and Player of the Year awards

ST. LOUIS - Missouri Valley Football Conference champion North Dakota State swept the league's five major coach and player of the year awards Wednesday, selected by a vote of the league's head coaches, media and sports information directors. First-year head coach Matt Entz was named the Bruce ...

JAKE’S TAKE: Several athletes set new benchmarks with recent performances

MARSHALL — Between the final days of the fall sports season and the opening weeks of competition in winter athletics, the Marshall area has had no shortage of excitement in that small period of time with numerous statistical feats already recorded across multiple sports. From Abby ...

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL: Minneota uses strong second half to take out BOLD

MINNEOTA — On their quest to repeat as Class A state champions, the No. 1 ranked Minneota girls basketball team has not shied away from a pair of early tests to start the regular season in facing back to back ranked opponents out of the gate. Just days after narrowly escaping with a victory ...

SMSU FOOTBALL: SMSU’s Daniel Davis named Harlon Hill Award nominee

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Southwest Minnesota State University senior wide receiver Daniel Davis is one of 36 nominees for the Harlon Hill Award, which is given annually to the top player in NCAA Division II football. The National Harlon Hill Award Committee announced the list today, which includes ...

NHL: Rangers edge Wild in OT, Lundqvist 5th on wins list

NEW YORK (AP) — Tony DeAngelo scored 32 seconds into overtime to give the New York Rangers a 3-2 victory over the Minnesota Wild that moved goalie Henrik Lundqvist into sole possession of fifth place on the NHL career wins list Monday night. Chris Kreider tied it for the Rangers on a ...