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Minnesota West Lady Jays basketball player Tia Murray helped her team place fourth in the NJCAA Division III national tournament
Luverne High School boys basketball player Gannon Ahrendt is the player the Cardinals look to for putting points on the scoreboard
Worthington Stingrays swimmer Luke Gordon is a regular competitor in state meet competition, and he's a big fan of scuba diving
Southwest Minnesota Christian basketball player Carter Van Hulzen says he's having a "blast" as a member of the Eagles

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Micah Schaap has had a lot of success in track and field and boys basketball at Southwest Minnesota Christian, and he's grateful to be an Eagle.
An outstanding wrestler, Kie Anderson is a key member of an outstanding Jackson County Central team
Dannyn Peterson, a small-town girl, enjoys spending time in Worthington and helping her Minnesota West women's basketball team win games
Worthington High School dance team member Madison Shaffer loves everything about dance -- even the tough practices.
Homecoming king. Soccer player. Smooth-swinging baseball player. Worthington High School senior Isaiah Noble is a multi-talented athlete and obviously popular in his school. But what really sets him apart, one might argue, is the way he uses his head.
Henry Erickson, a basketball player with the Windom Area Eagles, can both score and dish it out with the best of 'em.

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Senior Peyton Lewis is 6-6 and can do a variety of things for the Adrian/Ellsworth boys basketball team, including being a leader.
Gymnastics has brought out the best in Mekyla Nystrom, and not just at the gym. Nystrom, a senior and an outstanding gymnast on the Worthington High School team, has used the sport to come out of her shell a bit. It’s quite a contrast to see the bright, buoyant and sometimes-sassy dynamo today and compare her to her quiet demeanor of many years ago.
Worthington is a lot different than Wichita. But Kansas' Amos Alford Jr. is adjusting pretty well to small-town life in southwest Minnesota as he performs in basketball for the Minnesota West Bluejays.

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