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Bruins drop game four, will play for trip to Robertson Cup Monday in Riverside

The Austin Bruins will have their season on the line Monday night. Read more | Add your comment

Hayfield softball team tops Alden-Conger

The Hayfield softball team beat Alden-Conger 11-1 in five innings in Hayfield Friday. Read more | Add your comment

Austin Bruins move closer to the Robertson Cup

The Austin Bruins moved within one win of their second straight Robertson Cup appearance when they beat Minot 4-1 in game three of the NAHL ... Read more | Add your comment

Baseball: Rebels bounce back with a win over PEM

Baseball: Rebels bounce back with a win over PEM

ADAMS —One day after they were held hitless, the Rebels found themselves in a 3-0 hole after the top of the first inning against Plainview-Elgin-Millville ... Read more | Add your comment

PEM cruises past Southland softball team

The Southland softball team lost 20-7 to Plainview-Elgin-Milville (8-5 overall) in Rose Creek Friday. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Blooming Prairie baseball team falls to Triton  | Add your comment
  2. Lyle-Pacelli baseball team beats Houston  | Add your comment
  3. Lyle-Pacelli softball team falls to Houston  | Add your comment
  4. Austin girls take second at Cougar Relays  | Add your comment
  5. Girls golf: Packers win Rochester JM Invite  | Add your comment
  6. Southland baseball team shut out by Cotter  | Add your comment
  7. Tennis: Huskies blank Packers  | Add your comment
  8. Austin boys golf team takes eighth in Northfield  | Add your comment
  9. Baseball: Strunk hits grand slam as BP gets a split  | Add your comment
  10. Southland softball team blanked by Cotter  | Add your comment
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