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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...
The Blue Devils had plenty of letterwinners and players receiving the Spotlight on Scholarship award (A and B honor roll students) on this season’s team.
The Prairie Centre girls hockey team wrapped up its memorable season with its awards banquet on Mar. 5.  The Blue Devils accomplished many things in its first year with Sauk Centre in the cooperative. The team finished with an overall record of 13-12, the first winning season for the program since...
Bennett Primus and Brooklyn Thieschafer.
Swanville High School is pleased to announce its February Athletes of the Month:  Bennett Primus for boys basketball and Brooklyn Thieschafer for girls basketball. Coach’s Comments: “The Bulldog boys basketball team is proud to announce Ben Primus as February’s Athlete of the Month. Ben was an...
With the win over Verndale, the Tigers were crowned Section 5A champions and will compete in the Class 1A state tournament for the first time since 2012.
After getting upended in the subsection title game last season, the Tiger boys made it a goal coming into the season to not let that happen again. Following three blowout wins to open the section postseason, Browerville/Eagle Valley played its first close game of the playoffs last Friday in a...
Swanville’s Sam Mettler (L) and B/EV’s Ryan Warwick (R) battle for a rebound during last Monday’s subsection title game.
The Swanville boys knew going into last Monday’s subsection title game against Browerville/Eagle Valley that it would take an off night from the Tigers for the Bulldogs to stick with the high scoring offense. The result was wasn’t what Swanville hoped for, however, as the Tigers used a career high...
Senior forward Kendra Buchta went up for two of her 12 points during last Saturday’s game against No. 5 seed East Central.
The Browerville/Eagle Valley girls hoops team kicked off the Section 5A postseason by picking up a pair of blowout wins in the first two rounds of play. B/EV 86, Upsala 57 Some hot shooting from the perimeter and four out of five Tiger starters hitting double figures helped them topple Upsala 86-57...
1,000-point scorer Maddie Zastrow turned in a 16-point performance in her final game in a Thunder uniform.
It was a low scoring, defensive battle in the opener of the Section 6AA playoffs when No. 5 LPGE traveled to No. 4 Holdingford last Thursday evening. In what looked eerily similar to the two teams’ regular season matchup, neither team was able to light up the scoreboard and it ended up being the...


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