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Haley Polin
Hon. Mention All-SEC
Haley Polin Hon. Mention All-SEC
Wednesday, March 22, 2017 10:03 AM
Lanesboro senior Haley Polin, for the second consecutive season, received Honorable Mention on the girls All-Southeast Conference basketball team.
  • Lanesboro’s Polin honored again by conference coaches
    Lanesboro senior Haley Polin, for the second consecutive season, received Honorable Mention on the girls All-Southeast Conference basketball team.
  • Vickerman, Danielson, Graves earn all-conference honors
    The East Division basketball champion Mabel-Canton girls had three players selected to this year’s All-Southeast Conference honor squad. Coranda Vickerman was selected to the All-SEC First Team; Payton Danielson was a Second Team selection, and Courtney Graves received All-SEC Honorable Mention. 
  • Second Fillmore Central junior chosen  as state ExCEL Award winner in two years
    Having a student honored by the Minnesota State High School League’s ExCEL Awards program is quite an accomplishment. There are only 36 juniors from across the entire state who attain this recognition each year. 
  • Falcon girls lose to Goodhue in section finals in Rochester
    So close, and yet so far. That pretty much sums up the end result in the Section 1A championship game between Fillmore Central and Goodhue played last Friday night before a revved-up Falcon crowd. However, the final score of 64-42 in favor of the Wildcats doesn’t tell the whole story. 
  • Fillmore Central boys finish 11-16 for the season
    The Fillmore Central boys basketball team went 1-1 during the sub-section tournament, and finished the season with an 11-16 record. The team finished the regular season at 10-15, 4-12 in Three Rivers Conference play.
  • Will FC girls make history in section championship game?
    Last Saturday the Fillmore Central girls’ basketball team beat Kingsland, 59-53, to win the 1A East sub-section basketball tournament, and a berth in the Section 1A championship game against Goodhue on 8 p.m. Friday, March 10, at Mayo Civic Center in Rochester. 
  • Thomas gets one match at state as FCLMC season comes to end
    Jacob Thomas was runner-up at the section wrestling meet and was given an opportunity to wrestle at the state tournament. And even though he only got to wrestle one match, he made the most of it and the state tournament experience.
  • Mabel-Canton boys close with one-point playoff heartbreaker
    The No. 8 seed versus No. 9 first round basketball playoff games are quite often a push as the teams are usually evenly matched, and last Tuesday night was no exception as the No. 9 Houston Hurricanes went to No. 8 Mabel-Canton and defeated the Cougars 57-56 on Tuesday, Feb. 28, in the first round of the Sub-Section 1A East bracket playoff game. 
  • Mabel-Canton girls succumb in sub-section semi-finals to Kingsland
    The Mabel-Canton girls basketball season came to an end last Monday, Feb. 27, in the Sub-Section 1A East semifinals as the Cougars lost to Kingsland in the Rochester Civic Center. The No. 3 seed Knights beat the No. 2 Cougars 63-43 behind a solid defensive game from Kingsland.
  • Thomas going to state wrestling meet, Ward gets third
    Three of the five Fillmore Central/Lanesboro/Mabel-Canton wrestlers that competed in this past weekend’s Section 1A tournament “medaled” with a first through sixth finish. 
  • Fillmore Central girls in sub-section finals after upsetting top seed R-P
    “It was a team win,” said coach Levi Olstad about the semifinals win for the Lady Falcons. “Lots of girls stepped up for the win.” 
  • Snow ends regular season for Falcons who start boys tourney with early game
    The Fillmore Central boys lost their last regular season game to Caledonia 84-42 last Tuesday. 
  • M-C boys edged by A-C, swept by G-E, take No. 8 seed into playoffs
    The Mabel-Canton boys basketball team wrapped up the regular season last week with back-to-back home losses. The first was a 56-54 overtime nail biter to Alden-Conger on Monday, Feb. 20, and a 63-51 loss to Glenville-Emmons in the finale on Tuesday. The Cougar boys close the regular season at 8-18 overall with a third place finish in the SEC East at 5-9.
  • Lanesboro girls close with sub-section split versus Patriots, Cougars
    The Lanesboro girls basketball team saw its season come to an end last week in the second round of the Sub-Section 1A East playoffs. The tournament began with a 54-15 win for the East No. 7 seed Burros in a play-in game against No. 10 Hope Lutheran on Tuesday, Feb. 21, in Lanesboro. That win earned a trip to the sub-section quarterfinal at No. 2 seed Mabel-Canton on Thursday. Head coach Dave Rogers was proud of the Burros’ effort that night, but they did fall to the Cougars 58-38, finishing the season at 8-17.
  • The Lanesboro boys won their final home game of the regular season on Monday, Feb. 20, beating LeRoy-Ostrander 61-59, and then dropping their regular season finale on Thursday at Wabasha-Kellogg 68-66 in overtime. The Burros close the regular season 14-8 overall with a runner-up finish in the SEC East at 10-3. 
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