STAFF BLOG THE FARM BLEAT The Rabbits and the Panthers
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STAFF BLOG BEYOND THE PAGE Just like old times
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I was a fresh-faced young writer from Iowa.
I had finally caught a break -- I was hired as a full-time sports reporter.
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WORTHINGTON — Three Minnesota West athletes along with the Lady Jays basketball team were recognized for their academic achievements by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) for the 2012-2013 seasons on Tuesday.
WORTHINGTON — Jared Keaveny, who for the past seven years has headed the program at Campbell-Tintah Public Schools in Campbell, Minn., has been hired to be the new varsity boys basketball coach at Worthington High School.
WORTHINGTON — With the stroke of a pen, Worthington Trojan boys’ basketball player Jon Vorwald committed himself to continuing his basketball career at Dakota Wesleyan University Monday at Worthington High School.
Area girls basketball coaches Randy Strand and Gregg Slaathaug have been driving each other crazy for 12 years. Fans have benefited. Their antics during games are, in some cases, as entertaining as the action on the floor.
WORTHINGTON — After a strong senior season with the Worthington Trojans boys’ basketball team, Morgan Traylor signed his letter of intent to continue playing basketball for the Iowa Lakes Lakers next season.
WORTHINGTON — When one stops to think about all of the people that a long-time teacher or coach has interacted with or built some type of relationship with over the years, it’s easy to see why that person doesn’t only focus on the end result.
MINNEAPOLIS — For the fifth time in school history, Southwest Minnesota Christian — based in Edgerton — is the Class A boys’ basketball state champions.
Playing at Target Center Saturday, the Eagles rallied from a seven-point second half deficit to claim the title with an 81-73 victory over Maranatha Christian Academy in a very well-played championship game, which featured 14 lead changes and was tied four times.
MINNEAPOLIS — As the final seconds ticked down Saturday at Target Center and it became apparent that Southwest Christian’s comeback was complete, Eagles’ eighth-year head coach Jamie Pap leaped skyward in jubilation celebrating the tremendous accomplishment of a state basketball championship.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Mike Rosario scored 25 points and Florida used an overpowering first half to roll past Minnesota and into the NCAA tournament round of 16 for third consecutive year with a 78-64 win Sunday in the South Regional.
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