Thursday, May 24, 2018

Sports

Members of the Kasson-Mantorville competitive cheerleading team pose with their medals after winning the state championship for the second consecutive year during a competition on Jan. 30. Back Row: (left to right): Ammara Braaten, Megan Lucas, Julia Twaddle, Josie Diekman, Alexis White, Tianna Braaten, Juliana Scanlan. Center row: Brittney Berge. Front Row: Victoria VanHook, Claire Turner, Grace Worden, Olivia Cogswell, Cassi McNeill, Maddie Lau
The Kasson-Mantorville cheerleading team won its second straight competitive cheerleading championship as they placed first in a state competition on Jan. 30. The state field included six teams in the preliminary round and K-M executed a flawless routine to enter the finals. After making a tweak to...
K-M wrestler Brady Berge takes a photo with Garrett Garness after passing him in the record books with his 222nd victory against Owatonna on Jan. 28.
Kasson-Mantorville wrestler Brady Berge has enjoyed a successful career that has shown no sign of slowing down. His sky-high trajectory continued on Jan. 28 as his victory over Owatonna’s Journey Peterson was his 222nd of his career, breaking the old record held by Garrett Garness. Once Berge...
Aaron Bronk squats 315 pounds at the powerlifting meet in Holmen, Wis. on Jan. 30.
The Kasson-Mantorville powerlifting team competed at regional meet at Holmen High School on Saturday as part of a Wisconsin state and regional meet. The meet featured 260 lifters competing from 16 different schools as it was the final stop before the USAPL qualifying meet next weekend at LaCrosse...
KoMet wrestlers wear shirts with “In Memory of Sofia” scripted on the backs as part of Owatonna’s “Take Down Cancer” event.
The Kasson-Mantorville wrestling team is beginning to hit its stride toward the end of the regular season schedule and its team success hasn’t waned despite being tested repeatedly throughout the season.  Last week, the KoMets traveled to Owatonna to take on the Huskies, who were the seventh-ranked...
Players from Dodge County and LeSeur/Henderson joined in an on-ice ceremony prior to their game on Saturday afternoon as part of the “Stick it to Cancer” event. Fans also had the opportunity to purchase luminaries that were lighted between the stands and the glass.
The Dodge County Wildcats held their fourth annual “Stick it to Cancer” event on Saturday afternoon in an effort to raise funds for the Eagles Cancer Telethon. This year’s event generated $2,500 worth of donations and was presented to the telethon on Saturday night. To raise the funds, fans were...
The Kasson-Mantorville/Triton gymnastics team continued to show improvement over the week as they set a team record for points in a meet against Byron.
  Over the past couple of weeks the Kasson-Mantorville/Triton gymnastics team has made strides that haven’t been seen in its three-year history of the program.  After winning its conference meet against Stewartville last week and having the junior varsity team take home its first trophy with a...
As a program that’s just entered its third season, the Kasson-Mantorville/Triton gymnastics team has set an emphasis of improvement. Over the first couple weeks of this year, K-M/Triton has taken steps in the right direction, but hadn’t broken through to pick up its first conference win in program...
Dodge County defensemen, such as Katie Robinson, are beginning to become more agressive as the Wildcats come down the stretch.
In the game of hockey, a strong scoring from the blue line is a great luxury to have. For the Dodge County Wildcats, they haven’t had too much scoring punch from their defensemen this year, but they’ve begun to pick up the pace and play more aggressively which opened up the offense as the team...
A crowd of Cobras swarm a Schaefer Academy player on Jan. 5. Triton was able to pick up their second victory of the season over the Lions in that game.
The Triton boys basketball team had a tough week dropping games to Cannon Falls and Lake City, but were able to rebound to defeat Kenyon-Wanamingo to close out the week. The week began with a trip to Cannon Falls on Jan. 5 as the Cobras tried to solve their woes playing on the road. After a first...
Alexis Melder (right) lead the Cobras with 12 points as they picked up their first victory of the season against Trinity on Dec. 30.
The Triton girls basketball team has been searching for their first win through the first month of the season, but has found little success. Whether it be poor shooting, turnovers or a stroke of bad luck, the Cobras haven’t been able to find their way into the left-hand column in 2015. Fortunately...

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