Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Sports

K-M/Triton runners take off from the starting line during the Kasson-Mantorville Invitational’s boys race.
The cross country season becomes a grind this time of year and the Kasson-Mantorville/Triton cross country team is trying to push themselves to literally make a run in the HVL Conference and section meets with hopes that they can make a state meet appearance next month. “Our last two meets are the...
KoMets and Bombers alike were sent scrambling after a fumble in the third quarter.
In two of the past three games, the Kasson-Mantorville football team has seen a fourth quarter rally by their opponents that have made them sweat late in games. While Byron and Stewartville had all the fun of attempting to execute a fourth-quarter comeback, it might have been a little more...
The Bears had trouble stopping K-M’s Noah Ryan (5) no matter how many defenders they threw at him.
Over the past couple of weeks, the Kasson-Mantorville football team had been trending in the wrong direction. While they were riding high after a 3-0 start, back-to-back losses to Stewartville and Rochester Lourdes had the KoMets scratching their heads and wondering what it would take to get back...
Triton running back Drew Kelly leaps out of the reach of a Chatfield defender.
The Triton football team has been known as a team that loves to run the football. With a physical style of play, the Cobras have seen plenty of success over the years and for the beginning of this season, it didn’t seem like that philosophy had changed. However, last Friday night, Triton opened up...
The K-M girls soccer coach shares a laugh with his team after the win over Byron. The victory was Soderberg’s 200th career victory.
Throughout their high school career, there are some moments that will stick through a player’s mind forever. Sometimes it can be something as simple as a rivalry trophy that’s defended through everything that they have or it’s wanting to win a game for their coach who has spent the time and energy...
The Kasson-Mantorville volleyball team has some high goals to achieve this season and the middle part of the schedule is where some of those goals can start to become reality. With a difficult schedule that includes the high competition in the Hiawatha Valley League schedule as well as some key...
Members of the Triton volleyball team were jacked after a long rally led to a point against Kasson-Mantorville.
Coming into the season, many thought that the Triton volleyball team would be one that was looking to rebuild. With nine new starters on the court, many assumed that the Cobras wouldn’t be able to keep up in a highly competitive Hiawatha Valley League. However, things were different last week when...
Kasson-Mantorville receiver Tyler Wanous hauls in a deep pass on a fake punt in the second quarter against P-E-M.
The Kasson-Mantorville football team was on a roll coming into their matchup with Plainview-Elgin-Millville Friday night. One week after showing laser-like precision against La Crescent, it would have been understandable if the KoMets had felt like a game against a struggling opponent would be a...
Colleen West (3) celebrates with her teammates during the Cobras’ match with Waseca.
The Triton volleyball team is beginning to see some growth as it picked up its first victories of the season last week with a victory against Waseca and a solid showing in the Irondale Tournament last weekend. Such victories are a crucial part of a young team that lacks experience, but has...

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