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Still smiling! Finishing the course after picking up some mud are, from left, David Parker, Kay Nelson, Jim Parker, Ann Lechner and Chris Parker.
Still smiling! Finishing the course after picking up some mud are, from left, David Parker, Kay Nelson, Jim Parker, Ann Lechner and Chris Parker.
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Friday, August 11, 2017 2:53 PM

Kay Nelson is a Tough Mudder. Tough Mudder is an intense team-building endurance event held in many states in the United States as well as around the world. Mudder participants complete obstacle courses designed to test physical and mental strength, as well as fostering teamwork and selflessness as contestants battle their way through more than 20 challenging obstacles — and a whole lot of mud.

  • Spring Valley woman, family face challenges in long obstacle course

    Kay Nelson is a Tough Mudder. Tough Mudder is an intense team-building endurance event held in many states in the United States as well as around the world. Mudder participants complete obstacle courses designed to test physical and mental strength, as well as fostering teamwork and selflessness as contestants battle their way through more than 20 challenging obstacles — and a whole lot of mud.

  • Fillmore Central ends trap shooting season on high note
    Team member takes first in novice division
  • Spring Grove shooters excel again at state tournament
    The Spring Grove trap shooters put a solid wrap on an excellent spring season at the Minnesota State High School League Clay Target Tournament on June 24 in Prior Lake. Once again, the Lions proved themselves as the best team in Class A with a top-10 finish in the season finale. Spring Grove placed ninth among the 40 trap teams that had qualified for the MSHSL state championship tournament.

  • Cougar shooters cap season at MSHSL state tournament
    A young Mabel-Canton trap team placed 24th among the 40 trap teams that had qualified for the Minnesota State High School League State Championship Tournament. They weren’t just 24th out of the 40 teams, they were 24th in the entire state as over 300 teams from all nine classes (A through 9A) had vied to be among the 40 qualifiers for the MSHSL championship.

  • Fifth grade cagers finish third at state
    The fifth grade boys from Spring Grove (Section 2 champions) took third place among eight section champions at the Pacesetter State Tournament on Sunday, June 11, at Maple Grove. The Lions clobbered Bemidji 34-6 in the quarterfinal opener before falling in the semi-finals to eventual state champ Moose Lake/Willow River 33-17.

  • Wyffels, Richardson receive All-Conference acclaim
    There’s no question it was a rebuilding year for the Mabel-Canton baseball team. However, that doesn’t mean Cougar fans didn’t see some good baseball during the season. One Mabel-Canton veteran was named to the All-SEC baseball team while conference coaches selected another Cougar as a member of the Honorable Mention team.

  • Fillmore Central girls take second in state golf
    Delton Sauer finishes in upper third of the field
  • Both L/FC/M-C relays win medals at state
     Two relay teams won state medals as the Lanesboro/Fillmore Central/Mabel-Canton track teams wrapped up a successful spring season, sending several athletes to the Class A state track meet held over the weekend at Hamline University in St. Paul on June 9 and 10.
  • Boys 4x200 relay team ‘medals’ at state meet
     Chatfield’s 4x200-meter relay team finished eighth at the state meet held last weekend at Hamline University in St. Paul.
  • Seven L/FC/M-C tracksters qualify for state track meet
    The Lanesboro/Fillmore Central/Mabel-Canton track teams are sending six girls and one boy to the state track meet after the Section 1A meet wrapped up last Thursday, June 1, in Elgin. Burro athletes will compete in two relays and two individual events
  • Two Chatfield relay teams bound for state track meet
    Chatfield’s boys 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams are headed to the state track meet in St. Paul, Hamline University, this Friday and Saturday. 
  • R-P/H teams place second at sub-section
    The Rushford-Peterson/Houston teams both placed second at Sub-section 1 competition on May 25. 
  • Girls win sub-section track meet, two Kingsland individuals moving to sections
    The GMLOKS track team has several individuals and relay teams that are moving on to the Section 1A meet in Elgin this week. 
  • Cougars capture sub-section softball title, play at section this week
    The Mabel-Canton softball team is having a run through the softball playoffs that Cougar fans haven’t seen in some time. The Cougars opened the Sub-Section 1A East playoffs as the No. 4 seed, beating the No. 5 seed Lewiston-Altura 9-3 for the first M-C playoff quarterfinal home game in 24 years. 
  • Wilcenski places fifth overall for golf
    While the varsity golf teams postponed the meet scheduled against Lewiston-Altura on May 16, eighth-grader Easton Wilcenski placed fifth among other eighth-grade boys at the Junior Varsity Conference in Harmony on May 19. 
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