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Second-half surge lifts Knights by Tigers

SLEEPY EYE — The Springfield boys’ basketball team closed the first half of Tuesday’s game against No. 1-ranked Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s with an 8-2 run and it looked like the Tigers were going to make a game of it. But that run was wiped away right away in the second half as the Knights ...

Mustangs dominate, rout Greyhounds

NEW ULM — Four players in double figures helped lift Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart to a dominant 76-27 win over New Ulm Cathedral on Monday in Tomahawk Conference girls’ basketball action at Cathedral High School. Emilie Hable led the Mustangs (9-3, 6-2) with 18 points, while Rachel Kottke ...

Lewis leads Eagles past Giants

By Jeff Meder Journal Sports Writer NEW ULM — Brooklyn Lewis’ two free throws and an insurance free throw by Mackenzie Enter helped New Ulm edge Le Sueur-Henderson 58-55 on Saturday in a nonconference girls’ basketball contest. LSH’s (1-12) Brynn Biedscheid tied it at 55-55. Lewis ...

New Ulm boys cruise by LSH

NEW ULM — While the New Ulm boys’ basketball team didn’t score 100 points, they did play at 100%. It’s fair to say 110%. The Eagles had Le Sueur-Henderson on its heels all game long Saturday afternoon at New Ulm High School as they coasted to a 95-38 win in nonconference action. The ...

Dodge County shuts out New Ulm

NEW ULM— Quick and fast. Dodge County used three solid lines and quickness to score two goals in the second period and added another goal in the third to blank New Ulm 3-0 Saturday afternoon in nonconference girls’ hockey. New Ulm goaltender Ava Brennen stopped 25 of 28 Wildcats ...

Schommer chooses University of Mary

Submitted photo New Ulm Cathedral’s Emily Schommer (front row, center) signed her National Letter of Intent on Saturday to play softball at the University of Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota.