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Packer swimmers knock off Mankato East

Packer swimmers knock off Mankato East

The Austin girls swimming and diving team beat Mankato East 96-90 in Bud Higgins Pool Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

Lyle-Pacelli volleyball team sweeps Glenville-Emmons

The Lyle-Pacelli volleyball team cruised past Glenville-Emmons (1-7 overall, 1-6 SEC) by scores of 25-9, 25-14, 25-3 in Pacelli Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

Austin girls soccer team falls short on late PK against JM

The Austin girls soccer team continued its struggles on offense as it lost 1-0 at Rochester John Marshall (4-5-1 overall, 3-4 Big Nine) Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

Austin volleyball team swept by Faribault

The Austin volleyball team lost to Faribault (5-5 overall, 2-1 Big Nine) by scores of 25-11, 25-12, 25-16 on the road Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

Cross country: Packer girls tally perfect score in Lake City

To say the Austin girls cross country dominated the 11-team Lake City Invite might be an understatement. Read more | Add your comment

  1. LeRoy-Ostrander volleyball team swept by Schaeffer Academy  | Add your comment
  2. Grand Meadow volleyball team swept by Randolph  | Add your comment
  3. Hayfield volleyball team beats Pine Island in four  | Add your comment
  4. Southland volleyball team swept by Caledonia  | Add your comment
  5. Blossoms fall to Kenyon-Wanamingo in five games  | Add your comment
  6. Basketball: BP’s Worke commits to Winona State University  | Add your comment
  7. Girls soccer: Packers get their first victory  | Add your comment
  8. Soccer: Packer boys blanked by Northfield  | Add your comment
  9. Packer volleyball team goes winless in Dover-Eyota  | Add your comment
  10. Packer swimmers take seventh in Prior Lake  | Add your comment
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