Sophomore Tristan Chiglo went 1-3 at the Section 1A wrestling tournament and brought home the sixth place medal at 106 lbs.
M-C girls visited neighboring Spring Grove on Monday, Feb. 16, and came up short 63-40.
The M-C boys hosted Hope Lutheran in subsection playoff action on Tuesday, Feb 17.
The final regular-season game of the year found the Lady Burros hosting the league's newest member, the Randolph Rockets on Friday, Feb. 20. Lanesboro came up short, 56-43.
The Lanesboro boys basketball team brought a No. 6 seeding to last Thursday's subsection quarterfinals at No. 3 Kingsland. While the Burros played well, the Knights prevailed 86-56.
The Fillmore Central girls basketball team lost a pair of Three Rivers Conference games to Cotter and Caledonia, each by one point: 51-50 to the Ramblers and 49-48 to the Warriors.
The Fillmore Central boys basketball team’s season is over, losing to the top ranked Class A team in the state, Rushford-Peterson, 70-48, at the Mayo Civic Auditorium.
The Mabel-Canton girls basketball team took on three opponents last week.
The Cougars boys basketball team finished its regular season last week versus a pair of Southeast Conference opponents.
The Lanesboro girls took on three SEC opponents last week, defeating each in turn on their home courts.
The Lanesboro boys basketball team completed its regular-season schedule last week. The Burros resume action this Thursday in the Section 1A tournament.
Darren Hill, a 2011 graduate of Fillmore Central High School, was presented his first letter at the annual Luther College football awards banquet held Saturday, Feb. 7 in Peace Dining Room on the Campus of Luther College.
The Fillmore Central boys basketball team ended the regular season with a pair of wins over Lyle/Pacelli (94-86) and La Crescent (47-45), giving them great momentum going into the upcoming 1A-East Sub-section Tournament. The Falcons current record is 11-15, 5-12 in the Three Rivers-East.
The FCLMC wrestlers lost their first round match to Lake City 56-22 in the team section tournament last week.
The Fillmore Central girls basketball team only had one game last week, and it was a big one. One that turned out to be coach Sarah Tollefsrud’s 100th career win as a coach. The gals downed the La Crescent Lancers, 38-28, and the celebration was on.