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Blossoms fall to Kenyon-Wanamingo in five games

The Blooming Prairie volleyball team lost to Kenyon-Wanamingo (13-1 overall) 25-19, 22-25, 22-25, 25-19, 15-9 in BP Monday night. Read more | Add your comment

Basketball: BP’s Worke commits to Winona State University

BLOOMING PRAIRIE — Blooming Prairie senior Madison Worke has spent a lot of time with her dad, BP head girls basketball coach John Worke, on ... Read more | Add your comment

Girls soccer: Packers get their first victory

The Packer girls soccer team scored its first win of the season Saturday. Read more | Add your comment

Soccer: Packer boys blanked by Northfield

The Austin boys soccer team lost 1-0 to Northfield (8-0-1 overall, 5-0 Big Nine) in Art Hass Stadium Saturday. Read more | Add your comment

Packer volleyball team goes winless in Dover-Eyota

The Austin volleyball team lost all four of its matches at the Dover-Eyota Invite Saturday. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Packer swimmers take seventh in Prior Lake  | Add your comment
  2. Lyle-Pacelli takes fourth in Southland volleyball tournament  | Add your comment
  3. Austin sixth grader ready to play in 2014 USA baseball winter championships  | Add your comment
  4. Commence tailgating  | Add your comment
  5. Peterson indictment: More NFL off-field trouble  | Add your comment
  6. Rumpza tosses 6 TDs as BP upends No. 6 Lester Prairie-Holy Trinity  | Add your comment
  7. No. 1 ranked Superlarks topple Mabel-Canton  | Add your comment
  8. Lyle-Pacelli football team falls to Lanesboro  | Add your comment
  9. Hayfield football team blanked by Caledonia  | Add your comment
  10. Football: Packers lose early momentum in home loss to Rockets  | Add your comment
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