A trio of boys were multiple-event champions Thursday at the Section 3A, Sub-Region 1 (Sub-Section 9) high school track and field meet, highlighting a large group of athletes who qualified to compete at the Section 3A meet at Benson May 30.
REDWOOD FALLS —On an ideal day for high school track and field competition, Worthington’s Will Dudley outdueled Redwood Valley’s Randy Juell in the boys’ pole vault and set a new WHS school record in the process, soaring over the bar at 14 feet, one inch.
SLAYTON — Paced by 38 individual points from sprinter Jack Thony, the host Murray County Rebels edged rival Fulda by eight points Thursday to claim the Red Rock Conference boys’ track and field team championship.
WORTHINGTON — Utilizing the multiple talents of several top-notch track and field athletes, Mountain Lake Area claimed both Class A team titles at the 61st annual Trojan Relays Thursday.RELATED CONTENT
WORTHINGTON – As expected, the Luverne Cardinals completed a Class AA sweep of Thursday’s 61st annual Trojan Relays.RELATED CONTENT
Today — weather permitting — the 61st annual Trojan Relays will be “run” as scheduled at Trojan Field with another high-caliber field of participating schools in the two-class meet, which has seen its share of various weather conditions over the years.
PIPESTONE — Luverne sophomore Kynzie Smedsrud won three individual events, and placed second in a fourth, leading the Cardinals to a convincing team victory in the Class AA girls’ division of the Arrow Relays at Paulsen Field Tuesday.RELATED CONTENT
WORTHINGTON — Digging into the batter’s box for her first time at the varsity level, Allie Bruns delivered in a big way for the Worthington Trojans’ softball team during Tuesday’s Southwest Conference softball doubleheader with the Windom Eagles at Centennial Field.RELATED CONTENT
WORTHINGTON — It has been mentioned several times in this feature that the calendar in 1959 was the same as 2009, meaning that June 10, 1959 was a Wednesday.
WORTHINGTON — Fifty years ago, as school was finishing in the last week of May in 1959, a couple of governors with similar names were making front-page news — and one area school was acting independently on the subject of time.
WORTHINGTON — Three weeks ago, I wrote about how winter was still lingering on. That “blast” ran in the April 3 issue.
“But February made me shiver with every paper I delivered,” sang Don McLean in his 1972 classic “American Pie.” Well, it’s February and it is shivering cold — just like it was 35 years ago.RELATED CONTENT