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Sophomore No. 1 doubles Bailey Petron returned a serve during a match earlier this season.
The Thunder girls tennis team nearly came away with a win over Parkers Prairie when the two Prairie Conference teams met last Monday, but the Panthers were able to win a three-set thriller at No. 3 singles to escape with a 4-3 win. Long Prairie-Grey Eagle/Upsala/Swanville Area picked up two wins at...
Junior setter Hailey Spieker went up for a play at the net against a pair of Royalton players during last Thursday’s home match.
The Thunder volleyball squad dropped a five-setter to visiting Pillager last Tuesday night in Long Prairie. Long Prairie-Grey Eagle finished the night with 25 kills and 11 ace serves. Senior outside hitter Emma Liebsch had a team high 10 kills to go along with a pair of blocks and nine digs. Junior...
While the Thunder football team was riding high off an exciting win over Staples-Motley in week three, they ran into a brick wall at Hawley last Friday night. The Nuggets managed to score on four of their first five possessions to jump out to an early lead and come away with a 42-14 win. Hawley led...
Megan Och
The Thunder cross country teams attended an invitational hosted at Meadlowlark Golf Course in Melrose last Tuesday afternoon. Both the girls and boys varsity teams placed seventh at the event. The highest placing Long Prairie-Grey Eagle runner for both teams was seventh grader Caroline Kuehne, who...
J2J combines the talents of flutist Julie Johnson (L) and cellist Jacqueline Ultan (R). The duo will be performing in Long Prairie on Sept. 24.
There are countless combinations of musical instruments that can be paired together to create unique sounds. Fans of the cello and fans of the flute will have the option to hear a creative mixture of the sounds of each instrument when “J2J” -- cellist Jacqueline Ultan and flutist Julie Johnson --...
Wide receiver Gabe Abraham hauled in one of his three touchdowns. The senior had a career night, catching seven passes for 204 yards.
There haven’t been many wild back and forth games for Long Prairie-Grey Eagle football the last few years. Last Friday’s game on the road against Staples-Motley bucked that trend in a big way. In a game that saw eight lead changes, it ended up being the Thunder that struck last with a few big plays...
Thunder seniors Sahra Gugglberger (L) and Emma Liebsch (R) went up for a block against Swanville senior Hannah Schneider (9).
Long Prairie-Grey Eagle played host to Prairie Conference foe Swanville last Tuesday night. The Bulldogs ended up controlling the match for the majority of the night and came away with a 3-1 victory over the Thunder. Swanville cruised to a 25-11 win in the first set before LPGE battled to take the...
Thunder junior Tanya Hesse extended to return a volley during last Monday’s match against Pequot Lakes.
The Long Prairie-Grey Eagle/Upsala/Swanville Area girls tennis team ran into a tough Pequot Lakes team for the second time this season and it ended up being another shutout when all matches wrapped up.   LPGE/USA 0, Pequot Lakes 7   Singles No. 1 Megan Muller (PL) def. Ally Ecker (LPGE/USA) 6-1, 6-...
LPGE junior Brian Sanchez finished second for the LPGE boys, and 41st overall.
The Long Prairie Country Club played host to the annual Long Prairie-Grey Eagle Invitational last Monday afternoon.  Both Thunder cross country teams finished eighth at the meet with the girls’ race having 10 full teams and the boys’ race 12. Leading the way for the LPGE girls was freshman Itzel...
The Tiger volleyball team tackled some adversity head on and survived a five-set thriller at Osakis last Tuesday night. An injury to one of the starting setters in warm-ups forced Browerville/Eagle Valley to shuffle its lineup around throughout the match.  The Silverstreaks grabbed wins in the...

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