Saturday, October 20, 2018

Sports

The girls 4x800 meter relay team of Nell Graham, Greta Rhodes, Kendra Petersohn and Courtney West set a school record that stood for 20 years at the Triton Invitational on May 20
The Triton track and field team hosted a successful meet on May 20 when a field of ten schools headed to Dodge Center in one of the final competitions of the year. While the boys team had an impressive third-place finish behind Byron and St. Peter, the girls earned the highlight of the afternoon by...
K-M softball player Stephanie Meyer is surrounded by her family as she signs her letter of intent at Seasons Hospice in Rochester on May 21. Front Row (Left to Right): Grandfather Layton Meyer, Meyer, Grandmother Marlys Heldt. Back Row: Brother Charlie Meyer, Father Lee Meyer, Mother Ann Meyer and Grandfather Verlyn Heldt.
For Kasson-Mantorville softball player Stephanie Meyer, her grandfather, Layton, will always hold a special place in her heart. As one of her biggest fans since she was playing in the KMGSA, Meyer could always count on seeing him on the side cheering her on as she developed into a key member of the...
Katie Harrington (left) greets Mackenzie Hemann (10) and Kendra Powers (19) as they head to the dugout following an RBI double against Stewartville on May 16.
The Kasson-Mantorville softball team is looking to run a string of wins together as they head into postseason play next week. With stellar pitching from the arm of Chante Thome and power at the plate, the KoMets are beginning to play their best softball of the year as they head toward the end of...
Triton’s Justin Ness (far right) and Sam Favilla (second from left) compete in a 100 meter dash heat at the HVL Championships.
The scene at the HVL track and field championship meet in Byron on Saturday was a familiar one. There was the sun that would come in and out of the clouds and athletes from all over the conference competing hard around the track and during multiple field events. Unfortunately, there was just one...
Jack Peterson (left) is congratulated by his teammates as he heads back to the dugout on Saturday afternoon.
For a majority of the season, the big story surrounding the Kasson-Mantorville baseball team has been the inability to get key hits at the plate. While the team has been able to use their athleticism to capitalize on opponents’ mistakes on the basepaths, a key hit here and there would take this...
K-M catcher Addison Murry slaps a tag on Byron’s Kelsey Howard during the fourth inning on May 5.
The Kasson-Mantorville softball team is heading into the final stretch of the season as the two-time defending state champions look to hit their stride. They showed plenty of positives while picking up victories over Byron and Rochester Century last week. The KoMets began their week by facing HVL...
Triton golfer Abe Myer poses with his ball and scorecard after sinking a hole in one in Zumbrota on May 3.
For many golfers, the dream of hitting a hole-in-one is just that – a dream. However, for Triton golfer Abe Myer, he realized that fantasy during a HVL triangular on May 9 when he hit his first hole-in-one on the 11th hole in Zumbrota. While the thrill of a hole in one is something that any golfer...
Anna Rechtzigel arches over the bar during a high jump attempt at the Chuck Ramthun Invitational in Byron on May 5.
The Kasson-Mantorville track and field team is beginning to hit its stride during the middle part of the schedule. That became apparent on May 5 when the KoMets headed to Byron for the Chuck Ramthun Invitiational where titles were won, records were broken and confidence was established. “We’ve had...
Isaak Knutson slaps a tag on a Kenyon-Wanamingo runner during the Cobras’ game with the Knights on April 26.
The Triton baseball team has been in a rut by dropping its first nine games to begin the year. While such a rough start could mean the end before the year even begins, the Cobras have been able to trend in the right direction and put together their best game of the year against Lake City on Monday...
Laura Kosberg lines up a pitch during K-M’s game against Eagan on April 29.
The Kasson-Mantorville softball team is going through a bit of a learning process in the field, but their lineup has been the team’s strength all season long. The KoMets’ power was on full display this week in taking two out of three games. “Our production has been getting better,” K-M softball...

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