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Cody Marcyes was the Thunder’s big play threat in their loss to Pillager. He caught one of the team’s two touchdowns on the night.
Another good defensive effort was put in for the LPGE football team, but a few too many mistakes took them out of their Section 6AA playoff game with Pillager last Tuesday night. The No. 3 seed Huskies used some big plays from their experienced runningbacks and took advantage of some Thunder...
After playing seven matches in two days, the Thunder volleyball team got just a one day break before hitting the road for a game against West Central Area last Monday night. The girls were able to endure a slow start to rally back for a 3-1 win behind a strong offensive attack. The Thunder picked...
The regular season came to a close last Monday for the Browerville/Eagle Valley Tiger volleyball team with a 3-0 loss on the road against Sebeka. Despite falling 25-18, 25-12, 25-13, Tigers head coach Mary Irsfeld was proud of the team’s effort on the night. “Every player had to play a different...
Swanville High School is pleased to announce its September Athletes of the Month:  Carter Loven for football and Rachel Evans for volleyball. USA football names Carter Loven as Athlete of the Month for September.  Carter is a three-year starter both on offense and defense for the Patriots, as well...
Claire Liebsch (L), Natalie Minke (M), and Kaitlyn Proell (R) ran as a pack and finished as the top three LPGE varsity girls runners at Sauk Centre.
The weather conditions were excellent for cross country last Tuesday afternoon when LPGE attended a meet hosted at the Greystone Golf Course outside of Sauk Centre. The Thunder boys ended up placing sixth out of 12 teams and the girls finished eighth out of 11. Matt Jasken was the highest placing...
The Thunder celebrate after scoring a point during the fifth set against Osakis. LPGE picked up its first set win against the Silverstreaks since 2013.
The LPGE volleyball team had a busy week and finished with a record of 3-3 at the end of it. They opened up their week with a Tuesday game against Pierz and ended up falling 3-0. On Friday, the Thunder hosted Osakis for “Pink Out” night to support breast cancer awareness. In front of a good crowd...
Tiger senior Crystal Pearson surpassed 1,000 career kills in last Friday’s match against Upsala.
The Browerville/Eagle Valley volleyball team cruised in both of their matches last week as they picked up their 19th and 20th wins of the season. The Tigers opened the week with a home game in Clarissa against Staples-Motley. B/EV improved as the night progressed, taking the match 3-0 (25-15, 25-11...
Kevin Escobar (13) and Dain Holmquist (55) teamed up to take down an Osakis ball carrier.
The Thunder capped off the regular season when they hosted Osakis for Senior Night. In an exciting back and forth game, it ended up being the Silverstreaks who struck last and it allowed them to sneak away with a 28-20 win. The first two Osakis possessions ended in fumble recoveries for the Thunder...
On a night where the offense was bottled up and the defense surrendered a few big plays, the Upsala/Swanville Area football team still found a way to get it done as they closed out the regular season with a 31-18 win over West Central Area/Ashby. The Patriots were out gained on offense 328-252 and...
The regular season for tennis came to a close last Monday when the Thunder made the trip up Highway 71 to take on Wadena-Deer Creek. The Wolverines were able to pick up a narrow 4-3 win. Picking up wins in singles action was No. 1 Abby Ecker, who defeated her opponent 6-2, 6-3, and No. 4 Hailey...

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