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Fourth time’s a charm: Superlarks knock off Cardinals

Fourth time’s a charm: Superlarks knock off Cardinals

LEROY — The Superlarks lost their first three matches to LeRoy-Ostrander this season, but that didn't stop them from walking into LeRoy with confidence in ... Read more | Add your comment

Hayfield volleyball team takes 10th in Rochester Exchange Club

The Hayfield volleyball team finished 10th out of 16 teams as it closed out its regular season in the Rochester Exchange Club tournament Saturday. Read more | Add your comment

Austin Bruins fall short in shootout against Minot

The Austin Bruins couldn't score a goal when they needed one most as they lost 3-2 on a shootout in Minot Saturday. Read more | Add your comment

Minnesota beats Purdue 39-38 to go 3-0 in Big Ten

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — David Cobb rushed for 194 yards and a touchdown and Ryan Santoso kicked a 52-yard field goal with 4:59 left to cap ... Read more | Add your comment

Hayfield volleyball team wins one of two in Rochester

The Hayfield volleyball team split its first two matches at the Rochester Club tourney in Rochester Friday. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Bruins blanked in Bismarck  | Add your comment
  2. Student to Teacher: BP’s Rumpza reaches his former teammate’s TD mark  | Add your comment
  3. Alumni Update: Stoulil starting strong with Icehawks  | Add your comment
  4. Football: Packers get No. 6 seed, GM is No. 1 and BP is No. 2  | Add your comment
  5. Get to Know: Southland football player Lucas Mandt  | Add your comment
  6. Packers drop regular season finale in Mankato East  | Add your comment
  7. Rumpza throws milestone TD as Blossoms beat NRHEG  | Add your comment
  8. Superlarks cruise past Houston in finale  | Add your comment
  9. Hayfield football team falls to Trojans  | Add your comment
  10. Southland football team blanks Chatfield to close out regular season  | Add your comment
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