Packer girls fall to Northfield

The Austin girls basketball team lost 57-49 at Northfield (3-0 overall, 3-0 Big Nine) Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

Basketball: Rebel girls fall short at No. 1 PEM

The Southland girls basketball team put up a fight, but they couldn't knock off Plainview-Elgin-Millville (3-0 overall, 2-0 Three Rivers), which is ranked No. 1 ... Read more | Add your comment

Grand Meadow boys basketball team drops season opener

The Grand Meadow boys basketball team opened its season with a 68-55 loss at Randolph (5-0 overall, 5-0 SEC) Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

Boys basketball: Blossoms beaten by NRHEG

The Blooming Prairie boys basketball team lost 80-53 to New Richland-HEG (3-0 overall, 2-0 Gopher) in BP Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

Lyle-Pacelli girls basketball team beats Randolph as Holtz scores 22

The No. 5 ranked Lyle-Pacelli girls basketball team opened strong and it beat Randolph (1-1 overall, 1-1 SEC) 65-36 in Pacelli Gym Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Lyle-Pacelli boys basketball team shares scoring load in win over LO  | Add your comment
  2. Hayfield boys basketball team falls to Pine Island  | Add your comment
  3. Boys hockey: Packers drop 6th straight game  | Add your comment
  4. BP girls step up on defense in win over NRHEG  | Add your comment
  5. Anderson scores 28 as Rebel boys top PEM  | Add your comment
  6. Hayfield girls basketball team topples Pine Island  | Add your comment
  7. Grand Meadow football team lands four players on all-state nine man team  | Add your comment
  8. Get to Know: Austin senior girls basketball player Alex Hansen  | Add your comment
  9. Austin 7th graders take second in BP girls basketball tournament  | Add your comment
  10. Wrestling: GMLOKS’s Richardson picks up 100th win  | Add your comment
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