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Central seniors Kaylie Brazil and Megan Knickerbocker were both named to the Minnesota River Conference volleyball team, with Brazil making the team and Knickerbocker earning an honorable mention. The Raiders finished the season 10-16-1 overall, including 1-6 in the conference and lost to Jordan in ...Read More
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After a competitive season and an impressive run through the section tournament, the Mayer Lutheran volleyball team ended their season at the state tournament this past weekend, taking fourth place in Class A. The Crusaders opened the state tournament with a first round win against Carlton on Nov. 6...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times After making the state tournament for the first time since 2008, Central football concluded their season on Saturday, losing to Pipestone at Gustavus Adolphus College at St. Peter, 30-28. The game was a back-and-forth contest with the Raiders taking a 28-22 lead early in...Read More
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by James Stitt WACONIA PATRIOT After a competitive season and an impressive run through the section tournament, the Mayer Lutheran volleyball team ended their season at the state tournament this past weekend, taking fourth place in Class A. The Crusaders opened the state tournament with a first roun...Read More
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Central athletes were officially honored with all-conference honors for their standout performances at the Minnesota River Conference meet on Oct. 9 in Watertown. Alex Wischnack and Ben Barth both made the boys’ team with Central junior Francisco Medina and Mayer Lutheran junior Ben Quiram earning...Read More
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After finishing the season around .500, the Mayer Lutheran volleyball team has caught fire, cruising through the Section 4A tournament en route to a berth in the state tournament. The Crusaders defeated Heritage Christian Academy on Oct. 28 on the road and New Life Academy of Woodbury on Oct. 30 in ...Read More
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