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Hayfield’s Kruger commits to Upper Iowa

Hayfield’s Kruger commits to Upper Iowa

HAYFIELD — Hayfield senior Cole Kruger is taking a shot at his dream. Read more | Add your comment

Southland boys golfers top Chatfield

The Southland boys golf team beat Chatfield 224-232 in Cedar River Golf Course Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

Riege: Many overlook Spring tactics

Walleyes live in a variety of aquatic environments, although they are usually found near rocky points, in places where the lake bottom changes from mud ... Read more | Add your comment

Packers take second at Mayo girls invite

The Austin girls track and field team finished second in the four-team Rochester Mayo meet Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

Riverland softball team takes two from Minnesota West

The Riverland Community College softball team swept Minnesota West (5-22 overall, 2-14 MCAC South) by scores of 5-3 and 11-2 on the road Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Blue Devil baseball team splits with Luther JV  | Add your comment
  2. Viking softball team tallies five homers in wins over ZM and Goodhue  | Add your comment
  3. Baseball: Athletics use seventh inning rally to get past Blossoms  | Add your comment
  4. Southland baseball team wins fifth straight game  | Add your comment
  5. Blooming Prairie girls golfers top Triton, BP boys fall short  | Add your comment
  6. Austin boys tennis team falls to Mankato East  | Add your comment
  7. Southland softball team beats Dover-Eyota  | Add your comment
  8. Hayfield baseball team knocks off Kenyon-Wanamingo  | Add your comment
  9. Packer baseball team falls to Owatonna  | Add your comment
  10. Packer softball team falls to Rochester Mayo  | Add your comment
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