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Guard Jordan Miller brings the ball up court for the Falcons vs. Spring Grove. CRAIG MOORHEAD/NEWS LEADER
Guard Jordan Miller brings the ball up court for the Falcons vs. Spring Grove. CRAIG MOORHEAD/NEWS LEADER
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Wednesday, December 17, 2014 9:10 AM

Talk about jumping out of the pot into the fire, that’s exactly what is facing the Fillmore Central boys basketball team.  This past week the guys took on Rushford-Peterson (lost, 82-41) and Spring Grove (lost, 88-57), two of the top Class A schools in the area.  This week the team will face La Crescent and Plainview-Elgin-Millville, two very strong teams in Class AA.

  • Mabel-Canton secures win at home, suffers loss on the road

    Mabel-Canton’s girls team split its week with a win at home Tuesday night against Hope Lutheran and a loss on the road in Randolph, Minn.

     
  • Mabel-Canton boys post winning week

    Four games kept the Mabel-Canton boys basketball team busy last week. The team improved its record by adding three wins and suffering only one loss.

     
  • LHS girls go 3-0, take first place

    Three games in four nights kept the Lanesboro girls basketball team running last week. LHS built on their strengths, pushing the ball hard while defeating all three conference rivals.

     
  • LHS boys suffer setbacks

    Traveling to Houston on Tuesday, Dec. 9, the Burros were defeated by the Hurricanes, 56-43.

     
  • The young Fillmore Central/Lanesboro/Mabel-Canton wrestling team took part in the Logan Tournament over the past weekend and three of the youngsters came home with bronze medals. 

     
  • Fillmore Central girls start season 4-0

    The Fillmore Central girls basketball team picked up a pair of wins last week, downing Rushford-Peterson, 45-39, in a Three Rivers Conference game, and outscoring LeRoy-Ostrander, 59-27, in a non-conference tilt.  With the two wins, the Lady Falcons are 2-0 in conference play, and 4-0, overall.

     
  • Falcon boys drop two games

    Talk about jumping out of the pot into the fire, that’s exactly what is facing the Fillmore Central boys basketball team.  This past week the guys took on Rushford-Peterson (lost, 82-41) and Spring Grove (lost, 88-57), two of the top Class A schools in the area.  This week the team will face La Crescent and Plainview-Elgin-Millville, two very strong teams in Class AA.

     
  • Mabel-Canton's boys basketball team played two games last week, both on the road.

     
  • The Lady Cougars hit the basketball court on Monday and Friday last week, tipping off their season in Iowa before returning to the friendly confines of Mabel.

     
  • LHS boys board the bus

    Burro hoopsters hit the road twice last week.

     
  • LHS girls open season at home

    The Lanesboro girls basketball team hosted two games last week.

     
  • The Falcons split with the Cards last week in boys basketball. No, it wasn’t a double-header; that only happens in baseball.  Fillmore Central’s last two games were against the LeRoy-Ostrander Cardinals and the Lewiston-Altura Cardinals. 

     
  • The Fillmore Central/Lanesboro/Mabel-Canton Wolves only put eight wrestlers on the mat against Grand Meadow/LeRoy-Ostrander/Kingsland/Southland, but knew that disadvantage going into the match. 

     
  • Fillmore Central girls open with two wins

    Kendyl Bennett had 16 points against Spring Grove (46-37) and Morgan Malley tallied 20 against Lewiston-Altura (53-21) as the Fillmore Central girls basketball team opened the season with a pair of wins last week.

     
  • Fillmore Central grad named  All-American in college volleyball

    Fillmore Central High School graduate Taylor Case was named to the first team of the Division II 2014 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Volleyball All-America team.

     
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