Sunday, September 22, 2019

Sports

In its first year as a varsity program, the Triton/Hayfield/Kenyon-Wanamingo soccer team is still looking for its first win, after falling 5-2 to Stewartville on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Stewartville got the scoring started with a breakaway down the side. The Cobras responded shortly after with a goal by...
The Byron girls and boys cross country teams nearly swept the junior varsity races at the Byron Invitational on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Girls Cross Country Head Coach Tom O’Leary said they intended to run their varsity athletes at the Mayo Open, but it was postponed. Despite varsity not running, he...
The Blooming Prairie football team runs like a well-oiled machine, and unfortunately Hayfield was on the receiving end of the Blossoms’ offensive onslaught as they lost 50-12 on Friday, Sept. 13. Blooming Prairie scored four touchdowns in the first quarter, including three touchdown pass from Kaden...
Quarterback Peyton Wilke uses a stiff arm to avoid an oncoming defender during last Friday’s game against Austin.
It didn’t start out the way they hoped, but the Kasson-Mantorville football team came roaring back and beat the Austin Packers 36-13 on Friday, Sept. 13. Interim Head Coach Joel Swanson was proud of the way his team rallied after the Packers blocked a punt early in the first quarter. “Guys came out...
After a tough loss last week, the Triton football team bounced back by winning their home opener 21-12 over Zumbrota-Mazeppa on Friday, Sept. 6.  Head Coach Mike Ellingson said the difference between winning and losing was getting some clutch plays.  “We made plays when we needed them. Not our best...
The Kasson-Mantorville football team started strong and finished strong as they routed Rochester John Marshall 48-14 on Friday, Sept. 6.  Interim head coach Joel Swanson said each unit of the team played well. “We had great field position. Our defense forced three and outs and the offense cashed in...
Hayfield quarterback Brady Nelson keeps the ball.
After starting the season with a win, the Vikings ran into a buzzsaw when they lost 39-19 to the Randolph Rockets on Friday, Sept. 6.  Head Coach Jeff Snider said Randolph deserves credit for pouncing on Hayfield’s mistakes.  “Randolph did a good job of taking advantage of some pass coverages that...
Both Byron football team and Plainview-Elgin-Millville (P-E-M) came into last Friday’s game with some extra motivation to win, but only one team could prevail.  In the end, the Bears eked out a 27-26 victory by scoring a 70-yard touchdown in the final minutes of the game.  P-E-M was hoping to win...
The KoMets scored the first touchdown of the game, but after that it was all Mankato East as they scored 27 unanswered points to hand Kasson-Mantorville a 27-7 loss on Friday, Aug. 30. However, the game was much closer than it seems. Head Coach Broc Threinen said K-M had a good first possession...
The Kasson-Mantorville volleyball team kept their momentum from last year’s state tournament run going as they beat Rochester Century 3-0 on Tuesday, Aug. 27.  Head Coach Adam VanOort said his team’s success came from its serving and passing prowess.   “I thought we served and passed pretty well,”...

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