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It was a great start to the season for an experience Wolves gymnastics squad last Saturday. Competing in an invitational at Morris, the team finished with a score of 125.35 to place third out of six teams. It was the highest first meet of the season score for the program in over a decade. There...
Gabe Abraham went up for a shot during the first half. The junior guard finished with 19 points, and went 6/6 at the free throw line down the final stretch.
Last Thursday’s season opener between LPGE and Wadena-Deer Creek ended up being a close fought battle throughout, with the Thunder managing to pull away in the final minutes to pick up a 55-47 win. The Wolverines came out firing, going on an 8-0 run before junior guard Gabe Abraham knocked down a...
Sophomore Diana Salazar Cervantes handled the ball against Sauk Centre’s defensive pressure during last Tuesday’s season opener.
The Thunder girls got their usual tough task of taking on perennial top-ranked Sauk Centre to open the season last Tuesday. The Mainstreeters defended their home court by cruising to a 72-38 win. LPGE trailed 37-13 at halftime, but were able to bounce back offensively by scoring 25 in the second...
A good defensive effort and well-rounded offense helped fuel the Swanville girls basketball team to a 61-29 win at Onamia in the season opener last Tuesday night. Despite last year’s leading scorer Avery Jackson stuck in foul trouble, the lady Bulldogs put together quite a first half, outscoring...
Senior forward Lupita Mora brought the puck up the ice during the Blue Devils’ game against Mound Westonka last Tuesday.
The Blue Devils hockey team ran into some tough competition last week, starting with a game against Mound Westonka at Sauk Centre on Tuesday. The White Hawks broke a tie midway through the second and added an insurance goal in the third to pick up the 3-1 win. After both teams went scoreless in the...
After winning just three games last winter, the Upsala boys basketball squad will look to take a step forward in 2017-18. The team remains young with just a pair of seniors on its team, but many of the players have played at varsity for a number of years, which should give them a good chance at...
Swanville senior Peyton Jackson earned a trip to the free throw line after getting fouled on a drive to the basket last Friday.
There were probably a few bumps and bruises after opening night as the Swanville boys got locked into a physical battle with Brandon-Evansville last Friday night. While the Bulldogs put up a fight, it was the Chargers that managed to pull away in the second half to pick up a 59-37 win in Swanville...
Replacing four of last season’s five starters, the Tiger boys are expected to take some time to find their form this season. That was the case early in their season opener at Bertha-Hewitt last Friday, but they turned it around in a hurry to pick up a 58-49 win. Browerville/Eagle Valley went...
A young Tigers squad showed some resiliency on opening night by coming from behind to pick up a 51-47 win at Bertha-Hewitt last Tuesday. While several of the Browerville/Eagle Valley players saw varsity action last year, they still showed their youth, committing mistakes in the first half to trail...
The Wolves bring back a solid core of seniors to lead the team this winter. From left: Tianna Larson, Emily Leroux, Tristen Marcyes, and Reanne Warwick.
For the last few years, the Wolves gymnastics program has been continually building their scores. Last season saw several school records drop, and this winter will hopefully bring even more. The team brings back its core of four seniors -- Tristen Marcyes, Reanne Warwick, Emily Leroux, and Tianna...

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