Monday, September 25, 2017

Sports

The Kasson-Mantorville wrestling team stole headlines in 2016 on the way to the program’s second state championship.
Another year has come and gone and while 2016 was one of the strangest years on record, it actually treated the readership area of the DCI well. In total, there were a pair of state tournament appearances along with a state championship from the Kasson-Mantorville wrestling team. There were...
The Kasson-Mantorville girls basketball team takes a team picture after forward Kristin Scott (with basketball) broke the all-time scoring record with a free throw in the second half against Zumbrota-Mazeppa on December 22.
Over the past couple seasons, Kasson-Mantorville girls basketball senior Kristin Scott has had a couple numbers on her mind. She would love to help lead the KoMets to their first state championship and earn their third straight HVL championship. However, on December 22, Scott had another number on...
Kasson-Mantorville wrestler Brody Hegge stares down Triton’s Dominic Adreon, who checks the clock late in the 145-pound match.
The Kasson-Mantorville wrestling team has been dominant wherever they’ve competed over the past couple of seasons and as they jumped into their first HVL triangular of the season, they showed that they are still the kings of the conference with victories over Triton and Byron on December 20. While...
Triton wrestler Maxxon Lamoree picks up Kasson-Mantorville’s Garsen Schorr for a slam during the Cobras’ dual with the KoMets on Dec. 20.
As head coach Tyler Johnson took over the Cobra wrestling program, he let his team know that he had lofty goals for each of them coming into the season. In the Cobras’ wrestling room, there are banners that list a pair of state place-winners and a banner that is left blank as motivation for one of...
K-M guard Kollin Johnson reaches out for a loose ball along Rochester Lourdes guard Carter Greguson in the first half of their game on December 20.
The Kasson-Mantorville boys basketball team is searching for a way to find consistency during the early part of the season. While they’ve been able to show signs of being a team that could put it together and pick up some victories, they haven’t been able to find a way to maintain that level of...
Triton’s Cole Rasmussen (top) was one of three Cobras to win two of their three matches at the St. Clair Quad.
The Triton wrestling team headed out to take place in the St. Clair Quad last Thursday night and while the team only picked up one victory, a 47-30 victory over St. Clair/Mankato Loyola, there were several individual performances that were encouraging as the team heads into its first HVL triangular...
The Kasson-Mantorville wrestling team poses for a team photo after claiming the 2016 Minnesota Christmas Wrestling Tournament in Rochester last weekend. The championship was the first in K-M history.
When following the Kasson-Mantorville wrestling team from afar, one thing that will immediately stick out in an observer’s mind is how driven members on the team are to their craft. As K-M wrestling coach Jamie Heidt usually discusses how the focus is built on getting better every day, they also...
Kasson-Mantorville defensive lineman Grant Overton reaches out to grab Stewartville’s Adam Quandt earlier this season.
In the game of football, many games are won along the battle of the offensive and defensive line. In high school, that battle usually adds the extra element of endurance as many times the players that play offense also play defense and look to make an impact on both sides of the ball. However, in...
Brady Berge (right) sizes up his opponent, Dalton Andrist, in what was an all-KoMet battle in the 160-pound championship match.
Coming off a dominant performance at the Winona Invitational a week ago, the Kasson-Mantorville wrestling team continued to keep its focus heading into their K-M Invite last Saturday afternoon. With plenty of competition coming from Class A power LeSueur-Henderson and other schools, the KoMets’...
K-M basketball players MaKayla Grant (left), Kristin Scott (center) and Peyton Suess (right) have a conference at mid-court before tip-off against Austin on December 1.
In a sport like basketball or football, you’ll see a lot of teams trying to fluff their record with some easy non-conference schedule games. At the college level, you’ll see something like North Carolina hosting The Citadel in basketball or Alabama hosting Florida A&M in football. In games like...

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