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Noah Iten rounds the bases after hitting a home run last year. The senior is expected to be one of the leaders for the Tigers this spring.
A mild winter has given the Browerville/Eagle Valley baseball team an opportunity at getting a jump start on their preseason work the past couple of weeks. This has been beneficial for a team left hungry after a disappointing first round exit in last season’s Section 5A playoffs. Tigers head coach...
Sprinter Abby Ecker returns for her junior season after earning Prairie Conference MVP honors and finishing third in the 400 at the state meet last season.
The boys and girls track teams from LPGE/Browerville have used the warmer March weather to practice outside for much of the past two weeks. Both teams have high expectations coming into the season. The boys team placed first in conference and the girls second last season. The team also brings back...
Senior shortstop Raelyn Miller fielded a ball during a game last season. Miller returns as one of four seniors expected to lead a talented Thunder squad.
It will be an experienced squad taking the field this spring for the LPGE softball team. The team lost just one senior from last season’s squad and boasts four seniors with many years of experience at the varsity level. The Thunder also bring in a new coaching staff as Joe Kahl takes over as head...
Junior Eric Hinnenkamp fired a pitch during last summer’s Babe Ruth playoffs. He found success on the mound last spring and summer.
The mild winter has allowed area baseball teams to get a jump start on their season. The varsity baseball squad at LPGE split their practice time between the diamond and the gym throughout their first week. The Thunder should have their work cut out replacing several of the key pieces from last...
Team award winners from left: Luke Gustafson, Mitchell Middendorf, Josh Connor, Austin Evenson, and Cody Marcyes. Not pictured: Jesse Warner.
The 2015-16 boys basketball season came to a close for the Thunder when they held their awards banquet last week.  LPGE finished the season with a 13-12 record and 11-3 record in Prairie Conference play, which was good for second place. Senior guard Luke Gustafson and junior center John Towner...
Freshman guard Emily Beseman earned All-Conference honors and was named the team’s Offensive MVP.
The Swanville girls basketball team officially closed their season when they held their awards banquet.  The lady Bulldogs finished their season with an 8-15 overall record, 5-9 in Prairie Conference play, and a loss to Kimball in the Section 5A playoffs. Freshman Emily Beseman earned the lone All-...
The Wolves turned in a sixth place finish when they competed at Pierz on Mar. 12. They will compete at the state tournament in Rochester Apr. 1-3.
The LPGE/Browerville Wolves youth wrestlers battled hard in the NYWA Region 4 team tournament on Saturday, March 12.  The Wolves finished with a 3-3 team record and sixth place out of 13 teams.  With the sixth place finish, the Wolves youth wrestlers have qualified for the NYWA State Tournament in...
Calliann Brunswig
There were many former area athletes that competed at the collegiate level over the winter. This week will give an update on how these athletes’ seasons have turned out. Calliann Brunswig, a 2012 graduate of Long Prairie-Grey Eagle, completed her senior season as a member of the indoor track and...
The Tiger girls huddled up and gave each other hugs after suffering a defeat in the Section 5A title game last Friday night.
A hot shooting Cromwell team ended the Browerville/Eagle Valley girls basketball team’s hopes of a three-peat in the Section 5A title game last Friday night at Crosby-Ironton High School. The Cardinals connected on 14 three-pointers and a layup with seven seconds left boosted them to a 73-71 win...
Brendan Emery (34) and Noah Iten (44) bottled up and got a steal from Red Lake’s Jeremy Martin (M).
The Browerville/Eagle Valley boys ran into a hot shooting Red Lake team when the two teams squared off in the Class 1A state quarterfinals at Williams Arena last Thursday afternoon.  Making their first appearance since 2012, the No. 4 seed Tigers gave up a few too many open looks to the Warriors...


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