Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Sports

K-M’s Dalton Head (44) drags two Bears to the end zone on his touchdown run in the fourth quarter.
The last time the Kasson-Mantorville football team faced off with Byron, the game had everything a high school fan could ask for. There was a Hail Mary that the KoMets converted before halftime, a clutch stop late in the game and a clutch drive that allowed K-M to come away with a 28-25 victory....
KM Sarah Bernards celebrates her goal against Rochester Lourdes
For years, the Kasson-Mantorville KoMets have been trying to get over the hump and claim a HVL conference championship. For about the same time, they’ve butted heads with the Lourdes Eagles for that title. It only made sense that Tuesday night’s match-up between the two schools would have the title...
The Kasson-Mantorville football team is beginning to get healthy at the right time. With injuries to several key players, the KoMets have had to rely on a new wave of players while trying to install a new offense. As a result, K-M had limped to a 2-5 record heading into Friday night’s game with...
K-M’s Ross Wagener (20) battles for the ball during the KoMet’s loss to Winona on Saturday afternoon.
The Kasson-Mantorville boys soccer team battled through a rough stretch this week as they dropped a pair of games. The struggles began with last Saturday’s 1-0 loss to Waseca at home and continued on the road against Red Wing on Tuesday night.  Against the Wingers, the KoMets were playing without...
The Kasson-Mantorville KoMet football team drew a huge crowd for its annual Homecoming game on Friday night as it looked to carry the momentum from last week’s thrilling victory over Byron in front of hometown fans.Unfortunately, the Cannon Falls Bombers had other ideas and picked up a shocking 14-...
There are times in life when it seems like a goal that one wants to obtain is unreachable. Sometimes, that can be as simple as losing a couple pounds or going back to school to pursue a degree.  However, it tends to get complicated when life gets in the way. People get married. They have a job....
The KoMet sideline celebrates the game-winning score in Friday’s 28-25 victory over Byron on Friday night.
 With a 1-4 record coming into Friday night’s tilt with Byron, it’s easy to say that things haven’t gone according to plan for the Kasson-Mantorville football team. While the team has made its share of mistakes that have cost games, the one thing that can be said is that the KoMets haven’t stopped...
At the Southwest Minnesota Challenge, the Kasson-Mantorville volleyball team had issues dealing with consistency. In two matches on Friday night, the team cruised to a pair of two-set victories, but couldn’t keep that momentum going as they dropped three straight matches to throw cold water on...
The Kasson-Mantorville boys soccer team reached the halfway mark of the season last week after going 2-1 to bring their record to 5-2-1 and 3-0 in the HVL.   Monday night brought a skilled Austin team to KMTelecom Stadium and the fans were treated to a hard fought contest with both teams playing...
The K-M boys soccer team racked up its third straight win as it surged past Stewartville 2-0 on Tuesday night. The victory was key in the HVL and continues the momentum the team has established since opening the year without a win in its first two games. Junior Kolin Johnson got the KoMets (3-1-1)...

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