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Sibley East-Central golf squads advanced four golfers to the section tournament held on June 1. At subsections at Jordan on May 26, Kellen Erpenbach and Jordan Petzel advanced for the boys while Liz Theis and Kayla Engelstad both moved on for the girls side. SE-Central got fifth as a team overall wi...Read More
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The Central track and field squads competed at the 2A subsection 8 tournament on Thursday at Glencoe-Silver Lake. The Raiders qualified five competitors with Alex Wischnack, Nate Nemitz, Abbie Schnabel, Judy Larson and Emma Klaustermeier. Seniors for Central track and field concluding their high sch...Read More
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Sibley East-Central golf squads competed at the Minnesota River Conference meet last Tuesday at Le Sueur-Henderson. Jordan boys and golf squads both won the final meet and MRC overall with the SE-NYA boys finishing second. On the boys’ side, Thomas Gutzmer earned medalist honors with a 40 on the f...Read More
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The Mayer Lutheran baseball team looked to be in trouble late in the May 28 playoff game at Maranatha Christian Academy. The Crusaders had the 6-4 lead in the bottom of the seventh inning, but the Mustangs had loaded the bases with no outs. “I was kind of worried,” said Karrington Boelke. “I ...Read More
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After trailing 7-0 through three innings, the Mayer Lutheran softball mounted a spirited comeback, coming within one run of taking the lead. The rally pushed the Minnesota Valley Lutheran Chargers to the brink in the Section 2A playoff game, but ultimately fell short, with the Chargers winning 9-8. ...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The feeling in the dugout stayed relax despite an extra reason to feel tense in the later stages of playoff game between Central and Watertown-Mayer in Watertown on Friday afternoon. Central junior starter Brice Panning was not only trying to close out a 5-0 victory but ...Read More
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