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  • Lion girls upended in sub-section opener

        The sixth-seeded Lions ended their volleyball season last week in the first round of sub-section play as the visiting Kingsland Knights won a close five-set match,  (K 25-18, SG 25-12, SG 25-18, K 25-22, K 17-15).

     
  • Cougars win 'track meet in  shoulder pads' as playoffs open

    Third-seed Mabel-Canton outscored visiting Lyle/Pacelli, 91-58, in the Section 1A football opener last Tuesday night. That combined 149 points surpasses the previous state-record of 128 points, according to the State High School League online records.

     
  • Falcon volleyball team reaches sub-section title match
    It took the Lady Falcons four sets against Houston (3-1; 25-5, 22-25, 25-9, 25-11) and three sets against Wabasha-Kellogg (3-0; 25-15, 25-17, 25-22) and now they get a shot at Mabel-Canton in the 1A East Sub-section finals.   
  • Homecoming week at the University of Minnesota is always fun, but it is especially so when the weather is great. This year, last Saturday, was another one of those perfect and special occasions when we had tickets for the football game.

     
  • The general election is almost here. It’s a time of year most people despise, except those who are running for office and the very few who thrive on politics.

     
  • That’s how the old saying goes – and I’m sure we can all relate. Recently, it’s been the situation with my glasses.

     
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