Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Sports

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...
Carson Johnson (23) looks to push the ball ahead to Drew Kelly (24) in the first half against Blooming Prairie on Friday night.
The Triton boys basketball team kicked off their season with their annual Triton Invitational on Friday and Saturday afternoon. With a four team field that included the Cobras, Blooming Prairie, Kenyon-Wanamingo and Schaeffer Academy, Triton was able to split their two contests to wind up with a...
Bennett Berge has his hand raised after winning the 106-pound championship at the Winona Invite on Saturday afternoon.
On paper, it looks like the Kasson-Mantorville wrestling team will be one of the favorites to repeat as Class AA wrestling champions in the 2016-17 season. As the top-ranked team in the state and one that finds itself 33rd in the nation, it would be easy for the KoMets to coast into tournaments...
In the game of hockey, there are few things that can create a momentum swing such as a power play or penalty kill. If a team is able to capitalize on a power play, it can energize a team that’s behind or give them an extra bit of confidence to make up a deficit. On the flipside, a penalty kill can...
The Kasson-Mantorville dance team opened their 2016-17 season in Burnsville last weekend. The team hopes to have a solid season led by their Star Wars theme.
During the course of the winter sports season, it may be a common occurrence to see the Kasson-Mantorville dance team come out during halftime of a basketball game or other sporting event. While many come to see the dancers kick their way through a routine, it can be assumed that their routine is...
The Kasson-Mantorville powerlifting team takes a team photo at the K-M Warm Up Meet last Saturday.
The Kasson-Mantorville powerlifting team competed in their first competition meet of the year as they held their annual K-M Warm-Up meet on November 11. This year’s team has 26 lifters as they all set their initial benchmarks during this competition. “This was just a warm up meet for us,” K-M...
Kasson-Mantorville volleyball captains Madie Bigelow (left), Kendra Stenzel (center) and Jesse Riker are greeted by their teammates as they raise their trophy for fourth-place at the Class AA State Volleyball tournament last weekend.
The end of a season can be a bittersweet time for most teams. When the smoke clears from weeks of playoff competition, there’s only one team that gets to end their season with a victory while others are left to reflect on something they could have done differently or what progress they had made...
Celebrations like these were a common occurence for the Kasson-Mantorville volleyball team last week as they defeated Stewartville and Plainview-Elgin-Millville to earn a trip to the Class AA State Volleyball tournament.
For the duration of the season, K-M volleyball coach Adam VanOort has tried to tell his team that there are highs and lows throughout the course of the year and even those highs and lows can take place during the course of a single match. In addition, he believed that the team that plays closest to...

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