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Shown with his family, Cole Schwichtenberg, center, scored his 1,000th career point in the game against Glenville-Emmons on Thursday, Jan. 12.
SUBMITTED BY TIM RUEN Shown with his family, Cole Schwichtenberg, center, scored his 1,000th career point in the game against Glenville-Emmons on Thursday, Jan. 12.
Wednesday, January 18, 2017 9:04 AM
Cole Schwichtenberg gets 34, scores 1,000th against G-E

  • Lanesboro boys whip Wolverines, overwhelmed by Lions
    Cole Schwichtenberg gets 34, scores 1,000th against G-E

  • The Mabel-Canton boys broke a seven-game losing streak with a much-needed win over visiting Grand Meadow on Thursday, Jan. 12, by a 53-49 score. 
  • The Mabel-Canton girls took two games on the road last week, starting at Class AA La Crescent on Monday night, Jan. 9, by a 57-47 score. The Cougars defense stood out in the victory at Houston on Thursday 47-25. M-C is now 9-4 overall and lead the SEC East at 4-2, still one game ahead of Spring Grove in the loss column.
  • FCLMC wrestlers head to Robbinsdale tournament Saturday
    This past week the FCLMC Wolves took the wrestling program on the road with a dual meet in Lanesboro and a tournament in Plainview. 
  • Fillmore Central boys lose in OT, scooting around changing game schedule
    It’s a good idea to write all the schedule changes down in your calendar because most people will be unlikely to remember all the postponements and updates to games this season.
  • Thanks to weather cancellations, the Fillmore Central girls basketball team had just one game last week — a 44-28 win over Dover-Eyota. Considering how powerful the Dover-Eyota girls basketball program has been the past several years, this was a great accomplishment. 
  • Lanesboro boys top Hope, Houston, fall in Border Battle
    The Lanesboro boys basketball team had a busy week with three games on the schedule, starting on Tuesday, Jan. 3, with a road win over Hope Lutheran 68-57. 
  • This is definitely a busy time of the season for the FCLMC wrestlers. This past week the Wolves had a triangular meet with Plainview-Elgin-Millville and Goodhue and then participated in the Flanagan Invitational at Cresco last weekend. This week the team will be hosting Caledonia/Houston in Lanesboro on Thursday and will then travel up to the PEM Invitational on Saturday.
  • Lanesboro girls defeat Hope, fall again to Grand Meadow
    The Lanesboro girls opened 2017 with three games on their basketball schedule last week, coming away with a 38-32 win at Hope Lutheran on Tuesday, Jan. 3. The Burros would drop a home game to Grand Meadow on Friday 52-31 and then on Saturday, lose to Central Elkader in a rescheduled game from the Iowa-Minnesota Border Battle by a score of 52-36. Lanesboro is 4-8 overall (2-3 SEC).
  • The Mabel-Canton boys had only one game to open up the 2017 part of their schedule, a Friday, Jan. 6, game at Schaeffer Academy in Rochester. Shooting woes were the story of the night as the Lions beat the Cougars on a chilly night in Rochester by 64-46 score. It was the Cougars seventh loss in a row, dropping the team to 4-9 overall (3-4 SEC). Schaeffer improved to 9-2 overall and continues to lead the SEC West at 6-1.
  • M-C girls top Spring Grove, lead SEC East
    The Mabel-Canton girls opened the 2017 portion of their basketball schedule with two straight home wins last week, beating Spring Grove by a bucket, 53-51 on Jan. 5, before knocking off Glenville-Emmons 55-23 the next night. 
  • FC girls even TRC record at 3-3
    The Fillmore Central girls got wins over Wabasha-Kellogg 66-33 and Chatfield 55-47 in overtime last week to even their conference record at 3-3. With the two wins the gals are now 8-3 overall for the season.
  • FC boys split, now at 5-4
    The Fillmore Central boys basketball team had a pair of Three Rivers Conference games last week, losing to Wabasha-Kellogg 68-47 and beating Chatfield 50-47. With the 1-1 split the guys are now 1-3 in the TRC and 5-4, overall.
  • M-C girls upend Kingsland, edged out by Fillmore Central
    The Mabel-Canton girls split two basketball games last week during the traditional post-Christmas doubleheaders between the Southeast Conference and Three Rivers Conference. The Cougars beat last year’s sub-section runner-up Kingsland on Monday night, Jan. 26, 39-35 before dropping a tight game the next night to Fillmore Central 49-46. The M-C girls are one game above .500 at 5-4 overall (1-1 SEC).
  • Cougar boys drop holiday decisions to Kingsland, Fillmore Central
    The Mabel-Canton boys dropped a pair of basketball games last week, losing on their home floor Monday night, Dec. 26, to Kingsland 78-43 before dropping another home game the next night to Fillmore Central 68-45. The post-Christmas games were part of the traditional Three Rivers Conference versus Southeast Conference doubleheaders. The Cougars have dropped six straight games after a 4-2 start to the season, sitting at 4-8 (3-4 SEC).
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