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Foley honored by Big South Conference

March 15, 2016 NEW ULM — Connor Foley earned All-Conference honors for New Ulm in the Big South Conference, according to a news release. The sophomore averaged 14 points and 6.8 rebounds per game for the Eagles. more »»


March 12, 2016 MANKATO — With a couple seconds remaining, Sleepy Eye coach Ryan Hulke put sophomore Madi Heiderscheidt — leg brace and all — into the game to receive the last inbounds pass of the section tournament. more »»

Huffman moving around in junior hockey

March 12, 2016 NEW ULM — Colin Huffman’s first year in the world of Junior Hockey was a little different than he thought it would be, moving around as much as he did. more »»

The end of the road

March 11, 2016 MARSHALL — By the time Morgan Frank walked off the floor for the final time in her high school career, she had 40 points to her name. more »»

Good times ahead?

March 11, 2016 NEW ULM — When Dan Reinhart took over the New Ulm girl’s basketball program four years ago, he knew he had quite a challenge ahead. more »»

State wrestling needs expansion

March 9, 2016 If you’re a wrestler who gets to state and you get a bad draw or have a bad first match, how fair is it that you go one-and-done because the opponent who beat you lost in the next round? The state... more »»

Tickets available for SE girl’s game

March 9, 2016 SLEEPY EYE — Tickets for the Sleepy Eye girl’s basketball team’s Section 2A finals game will be on sale at the community education office at the high school this wee. more »»

Indians survive in a thriller

March 8, 2016 ST. PETER — With less than 10 seconds to go in regulation, Sarah Ibarra saved Sleepy Eye’s seaso. more »»

Tigers too tough for Eagles

March 6, 2016 ST. PETER — While the New Ulm girl’s basketball team made significant strides this past season, it showed that there’s still quite a gap between them and Marshall. Marshall, the No. more »»

Nobody Better Than Baier

March 6, 2016 By Jake Calhoun Journal Sports Writer SPRINGFIELD — Before he reached the finals at the state wrestling tournament, Sam Baier needed to believe that he had what it took to win a state titl. more »»

Baier leads All-Journal wrestling team

March 6, 2016 2015-16 All-Journal Wrestling First Team 106 Dayne Morton, s. more »»

Eagle girls turn program around

March 6, 2016 NEW ULM — If you would have gone up to a fan of New Ulm High School girl’s basketball three years ago and told that person that in the 2015-16 season, the Eagles would be playing at Gustavus Adolphu... more »»

MLC softball loses twice

March 6, 2016 ROCHESTER — The Martin Luther College softball team put together its two best performances of the young season in the final day of games at the Rochester Dome, but was unable to come up with a win... more »»

Back to the finals

March 5, 2016 MARSHALL — Wabasso required a little hustle, but it got it done. After a discombobulated first half, No. 2-seeded Wabasso buckled down in the middle of the second to stifle No. more »»

RRC falls in subsection finals

March 5, 2016 MARSHALL — Southwest Minnesota Christian used a couple of free throws late and defeated Red Rock Central 55-51 in the Section 3A, South Subsection finals at Southwest Minnesota State Universit. more »»

Sleepy Eye breezes past BOLD

March 4, 2016 MANKATO — As soon as the jitters went away, the Sleepy Eye girl’s basketball team did what it did best: grind. Top-seeded Sleepy Eye used a tenacious defensive effort to hold No. more »»

CM/C rolls past Nicollet

March 4, 2016 MANKATO — Cedar Mountain/Comfrey coach Mike Kelly had seen enough of Emily Skrien dominating early on for Nicollet. more »»

Eagles down Scarlets 72-61

March 3, 2016 MANKATO — Most of the players on the New Ulm girl’s basketball team were in either kindergarten and first grade the last time the program won a playoff game. On Wednesday, No. more »»

Youth Hockey tournament benefited New Ulm

March 3, 2016 NEW ULM — Eric Bushard, the Director of both the PeeWee A and Bantam B hockey tournaments that completed a three-day run at the New Ulm Civic Center this past weekend, said that both tournaments wen... more »»

MLC’s Brassow named First-Team All-UMAC

March 3, 2016 ST. PAUL, Minn. — Martin Luther College men's basketball player Todd Brassow was named First-Team All-UMAC on Wednesday. Brassow finished as the UMAC's leading scorer, averaging 22.8 points per gam. more »»



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