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CHRISTINE VREEMAN/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
Seniors were honored during Seniors Night Friday. From left, are Stephanie Miner, Courtney Fate, Gracie Schmidt, Ericka Kolden, Kailey Link, Alayna Meskill, manager Danielle Schultz, Courtney Schmidt and Kellyn Webster.
CHRISTINE VREEMAN/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE Seniors were honored during Seniors Night Friday. From left, are Stephanie Miner, Courtney Fate, Gracie Schmidt, Ericka Kolden, Kailey Link, Alayna Meskill, manager Danielle Schultz, Courtney Schmidt and Kellyn Webster.
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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 11:10 AM
The Lady Knights finished their regular season with a win over Wabasha-Kellogg 57-41 Friday at home. With the win, the gals were 16-10 on the season, 10-8 in the Three Rivers Conference. 
  • Girls end regular season with a win, draw Houston in tourney
    The Lady Knights finished their regular season with a win over Wabasha-Kellogg 57-41 Friday at home. With the win, the gals were 16-10 on the season, 10-8 in the Three Rivers Conference. 
  • Regular season ends this week for boys, tournaments next week
    In the past three games the Kingsland boys basketball team averaged 71.0 points per game on offense. Unfortunately the Knights have given up 80.3 points per game on defense and have dropped all three games to Caledonia (83-72), Chatfield (78-65) and Wabasha-Kellogg (80-76).
  • PEM losses ‘sandwich’ D-E, three more games for boys this week
    Last week a win over Dover-Eyota (65-42) was sandwiched between a pair of losses to Plainview-Elgin-Millville 72-63 and 79-52. Going 1-2 last week now puts the Kingsland boys at 7-7 in the Three Rivers Conference and 13-8 overall. 
  • Girls win two as regular season winds down this week
    Last week the Kingsland girls got two wins and lost one in basketball, giving them a record of 15-8 overall, 9-6 in the Three Rivers Conference. The wins were over Lanesboro (71-19) and Dover-Eyota (57-50) and the loss was to Plainview-Elgin-Millville (60-32), ranked No. 4 in class AA.  
  • Gals continue hectic schedule this week
    The Lady Knights played three games in four days last week. In the upcoming stretch of games, the gals will hit the court five times in nine days. The athletic trainer better have an extra supply of analgesic balm!
  • Boys win two of three as schedule remains busy
    The Knights got wins over Southland 52-49 and LeRoy-Ostrander 76-35 and lost to St. Charles 79-68 last week. The team is now 12-6 overall and 6-5 in the Three Rivers Conference.
  • Kingsland boys win three in a row as scoring ramps up
    The Kingsland boys basketball team started the week with its highest scoring game of the season, beating La Crescent 97-66, and finished the week with another high scoring performance, 79-51 over Glenville-Emmons. Sandwiched between those two wins was another victory, this time a 46-41 win over neighboring rival Fillmore Central.
  • Girls rack up two wins before stretch of five games in eight days
    The Lady Knights improved their record to 12-5, picking up wins over La Crescent (50-31) and Fillmore Central (39-33) this past week. 
  • Kingsland girls fall to TRC East leader Winona Cotter
    With the bad weather last Monday and Tuesday, the Kingsland girls basketball team only had one game, and that one they lost 66-46 to Winona Cotter, which leads the Three Rivers Conference East. 
  • Boys split two games before four-game home-stand
    The games at the beginning of the week were postponed because of bad weather, but the Kingsland boys team got in two games this past Thursday and Saturday. The guys won their game on Thursday against Cotter 60-45, but lost at Schaeffer Academy on Saturday 57-52.
  • Knights ‘rope’ Hope, Buccholtz scores 29
    The Kingsland boys basketball team tied up Hope Lutheran early, leading by 28 (51-23) at halftime, as the Knights went on to win by a final score of 80-31 Friday.  
  • Gals beat Hope Lutheran, Caledonia game re-scheduled for Feb. 13
    The Kingsland girls basketball team reached double digit wins when the girls “snow-balled” Hope Lutheran 67-20 Friday. With the win the Lady Knights are now 10-4 on the season, 6-2 in the Three Rivers Conference.
  • Lady Knights win two games, fall to state-ranked P-E-M
    The Kingsland girls basketball team started the week off with a 44-34 win over Rushford-Peterson and ended the week with a loss to defending state champion Plainview-Elgin-Millville, 48-38. Sandwiched in between those two games was a win over Lewiston-Altura, 63-24. 
  • Boys start 2017 flat in basketball
    The new year hasn’t started out real well for the Kingsland boys basketball team, losing their first two contests to Rushford-Peterson (52-31) and Lewiston-Altura (56-52). The guys are 2-4 in Three Rivers Conference play and one game over .500, 5-4, overall.
  • Kingsland boys have sound victories over break
    The Kingsland boys basketball team won two games over the holiday break against non-conference opponents.
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