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Members of the Rockettes High Kick team that performed at the Section 1A Tourney includes: Grace Thompson, Ellen Nelson, Katie Mensing, Megan Holien, Victoria Kjome and Olivia Hoff.
BCNG/Christine Vreeman Members of the Rockettes High Kick team that performed at the Section 1A Tourney includes: Grace Thompson, Ellen Nelson, Katie Mensing, Megan Holien, Victoria Kjome and Olivia Hoff.
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 11:50 AM
The Rushford-Peterson dance teams were unable to advance to state after last Saturday’s Section 1A Tournament held in Dover-Eyota. 
  • Girls end regular season with a win, draw Houston in tourney
    The Lady Knights finished their regular season with a win over Wabasha-Kellogg 57-41 Friday at home. With the win, the gals were 16-10 on the season, 10-8 in the Three Rivers Conference. 
  • Mabel-Canton girls claim outright title, No. 2 subsection seed
    The Mabel-Canton girls basketball team clinched its first outright SEC East Division title in 13 years by winning at Schaeffer Academy last Tuesday, Feb. 14, by a 57-52 score. The Cougars then finished their regular season schedule on Friday with a win on their home floor against Houston, 45-40 in overtime. 
  • Dance season comes to an end
    The Rushford-Peterson dance teams were unable to advance to state after last Saturday’s Section 1A Tournament held in Dover-Eyota. 
  • FCLMC wrestlers ready for section team tournament
    The Fillmore Central/Lanesboro/Mabel-Canton wrestling team split 3-3 in actual matches wrestled against Chatfield, but gave up 48 points (eight weight classes) on forfeits and lost its 15th dual meet of the season. Final score against Chatfield was 66-18, favoring the Gophers. 
  • Gophers avenge loss to Wabasha-Kellogg in boys basketball
    A little more than a month ago the Chatfield boys team traveled to Wabasha-Kellogg and lost by 16 points, 57-41. Last Friday the boys turned the table on the Falcons with an 18-point win, 65-47. Coach Jeff DeBuhr has to be extremely happy with the 34-point turn-around against W-K.
  • ‘Coach Gary’ honored by players
    Coach Gary Strinmoen of Spring Grove got a surprise on Jan. 19. That’s the day the Spring Grove elementary basketball coach returned to the gymnasium to see his beloved Lions take on the boys from Rushford-Peterson. 
  • Kendyl Bennett gets 1,000th point in win over Cardinals
    Senior Kendyl Bennett scored on a lay-up against Lewiston-Altura Thursday, Feb. 2, at the 6:43 mark of the first half, giving her 1,001 points in her career. 
  • Boys split two with D-E, PEM, play at home this week
    Chatfield started last week with a 53-43 win over Dover-Eyota and ended the week with a 77-61 loss to Plainview-Elgin-Millville.
  • Boys now atop of the conference with four wins and 8-1 record
    There wasn’t much time to breathe for the Rushford-Peterson boys’ basketball team this past week. 
  • Girls rack up two wins before stretch of five games in eight days
    The Lady Knights improved their record to 12-5, picking up wins over La Crescent (50-31) and Fillmore Central (39-33) this past week. 
  • Mabel-Canton girls take two of three
    Vickerman breaks two scoring records
  • Boys, Folz reply to R-P with threes
    The Spring Grove boys won their only basketball game of the week against visiting Rushford-Peterson by a 53-43 score on Thursday, Jan. 19, a game that the Lions led the entire way. Spring Grove is now 12-3 overall, 7-0 in the SEC. 
  • Kingsland girls fall to TRC East leader Winona Cotter
    With the bad weather last Monday and Tuesday, the Kingsland girls basketball team only had one game, and that one they lost 66-46 to Winona Cotter, which leads the Three Rivers Conference East. 
  • Tekautz scores his 100th win while LARP has tough week
    It was a tough week for the Lewiston-Altura / Rushford-Peterson (LARP) wrestling team, although one wrestler was left smiling. 

    Submitted Photo

    McCoy Tekautz pictured with his father Coach Tim Tekautz and mother Judi after his 100th win at GMLOS.

     
  • Girls survive another scare at Hope Lutheran
    The Spring Grove girls picked up their ninth basketball win of the season, but they had to work hard for it, hanging on at Hope Lutheran 53-49 on Jan. 12. It turned out to be their only game of the week as the non-conference home game with Grand Meadow on Tuesday night had been postponed due to weather and rescheduled for this Saturday, Jan. 21 at 4:30 p.m. The Lions are 9-3 (6-2 SEC) one game behind Mabel-Canton in the loss column.
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