Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Sports

The Dodge County boys’ hockey team earned a 21-6 record this season and performed just as well, if not better off the ice as their team grade point average of 3.56 got the attention of the Minnesota Hockey Coaches Association who named them the Section 1A academic champions. Head Coach Nick Worden...
After losing both of their regular season games against Blooming Prairie (BP), the Hayfield boys’ basketball team was hoping the third time was the charm, but the Awesome Blossoms made sure that didn’t happen by controlling the second half and winning 59-51 on Thursday, March 12.             The...
After an 11-15 regular season, the fifth-seeded Byron girls’ basketball team was hoping to spring a minor upset when they took on the fourth-seeded Albert Lea Tigers, but the Tigers pulled away in the second half and win 66-58 on Tuesday, Feb. 26. Head Coach Jeremy Baumbach said the Bears got...
The Hayfield boys’ basketball team, the second seed in the section tournament, faced a tough test when they met Randolph, the third seed, in the section semifinals, but the Vikings proved why they were seeded higher by beating the Rockets 68-60 to advance to the championship game. Even...
After losing 43-48 to Red Wing earlier in the year, the Kasson-Mantorville girls’ basketball team was hoping their improve- ments over the second half of the season would be enough to beat the Wing- ers, but the Wingers made improvements too and their growth was apparent as they routed K-M 57-24...
The Westfield wrestling team trailed 21-29 after a loss by fall at 170 pounds, but the Razorbacks won the final three matches to beat Medford 36-29 on Thursday, Feb. 6. They later beat St. Charles 66-9 to end their regular season with back-to-back wins. Westfield got off to a strong start when Bo...
The Dodge County boys’ hockey team seemingly can’t lose and that continued this past week as they beat Austin 10-2 on Tuesday, Feb. 4, and Southwest Christian/Richfield 6-1 on Saturday, Feb. 8. The Wildcats got off to a fast start against Austin by scoring three goals in the first period. Brody...
It’s difficult for any school district to get its elementary, middle school, and high school students working together towards a common goal, but the Kasson-Mantorville school district has done just that through its KoMets versus Cancer series. Michele Lindquist, advisor of the K-M Family, Career...
After a loss to Lake City earlier last week, the Kasson-Mantorville girls’ basketball team rebounded, literally and metaphorically, by beating Albert Lea 66-37 on Thursday, Jan 16.             The KoMets jumped out to an early 48-16 lead by half time.  “K-M used a combination of good full court...
             After beating Triton 55-21 two weeks ago, the Byron wrestling team made it back-to-back wins when they beat Pine Island 54-21 on Thursday, Jan. 16, but they couldn’t make it three in a row as they ran into a buzzsaw, the Kasson-Mantorville KoMets, and lost 23-54 in the second dual of...

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