NORTHFIELD Paced by the stellar repeat All-State performances of Tenley Nelson and Regan Feit, the very young Luverne High School girls’ cross country squad placed fourth among 16 qualifying teams at the Class A State Meet Saturday at St. Olaf College.
NORTHFIELD --- At exactly 2:02 p.m. Saturday (Nov. 3), the starter’s pistol was fired at the Class A state girls’ cross country meet near the newly refurbished field house on the campus of St. Olaf college and 176 of Minnesota’s best --- 112 who represented the 16 competing teams and 64 others who had qualified as individuals from the state’s eight sections --- took off down the wide-opening path.
MARSHALL — Its second trip to the Section 3A high school football championship game in the past three seasons didn’t end with the same dramatic and positive result for Murray County Central as it did in 2016, when the Rebels won the title with a field goal in overtime.
MARSHALL — As they have done all season long, the well-balanced Adrian Dragons played together as a unified team and won the school’s first-ever sub-section volleyball championship by claiming a scrappily fought 3-1 victory over a gallant Red Rock Central squad in the Section 3 A South finals at Southwest Minnesota State University’s tournament-rich RA Facility Thursday.
WORTHINGTON — Talk about good high school volleyball.
LUVERNE — Returning as a team for the fourth consecutive time — and the sixth time in the past eight years — the young Luverne Cardinals are the only area team participating in this year’s state cross country meet, which will again take place
JACKSON — Overcoming five lost fumbles in its 30-9 Section 3AAA high school football semifinal victory over Tri-City United at Swearingen Field last Saturday afternoon, the perennially good Jackson County Central Huskies are preparing to play in their seventh consecutive sectional championship game.
FORT DODGE, Iowa — Paced by a seventh-place overall finish (fourth in the team scoring) by senior Grant Brouwer, Sibley-Ocheyedan’s boys’ cross country squad placed an impressive fourth among 15 teams in the Iowa Class 1A state meet at Kennedy Park’s Lakeside Golf Course last Saturday, Oct. 27.
JACKSON -— Talk about overcoming adversity.
WINDOM — Utilizing an assortment of versatile players — several who were playing different positions than they have been accustomed to — the top-seeded Windom Area Eagles prevailed with a hard-fought 3-1 victory over eighth-seeded Hills-Beaver Creek in the South Sub-Section 3A high school volleyball tournament Friday night.