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Wednesday, March 29, 2017 11:07 AM
The Grand Meadow/LeRoy-Ostrander/Kingsland/Southland track team opened the season with the Cashton Invite at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.
  • The Rushford-Peterson softball team has some catching up to do. After a season record of 4-16 in 2016, coach Jeremy Tesch looks at his team and sees a strong future.
  • The Grand Meadow/LeRoy-Ostrander/Kingsland/Southland track team opened the season with the Cashton Invite at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.
  • Spring Valley native still active in community
    Matt Kolling said he is proud to be an inductee of the KABC Hall of Fame since he was born and raised in Spring Valley, graduated from Kingsland High School in 1996 and still lives in the community.  
  • Beevers ‘lived to help others’
    Former Kingsland teacher and coach Wally Beevers had a lengthy history in athletics and education before he died in 2009.
  • Knights lose heartbreaker to Lions in sub-section
    Buchholtz, Bubany and Meisner score in double figures
  • The Kingsland girls basketball team, and coach Jacob Vetter had a terrific season, finishing with an overall record of 18 wins and 11 losses. The gals were 10-8 in Three Rivers Conference play, 16-10 during the regular season and 2-1 in the 1A East sub-section tournament.
  • Six double digit scorers for Knights in win over Schaeffer Academy
    Going into the first round game between Kingsland and Schaeffer Academy, just about everything favored the Lions.  
  • Kingsland girls fall in sub-section finals, take runner-up title
    The Kingsland girls basketball team had a great season, finishing with an overall record of 18-11. However, this past Saturday the girls season came to an abrupt end with a loss to Fillmore Central, 59-53, after they had defeated Mabel-Canton earlier in the week, 63-43. The Cougars were the No. 2 seed in the tournament, while the Lady Knights were seeded at No. 3. Fillmore Central is the No. 5 seed and will be playing Section 1A West champion Goodhue in the Section 1A championship game this Friday.
  • Knights get first round win in girls basketball
    The Kingsland girls basketball team opened the 2017 1A East Sub-section tournament with a 47-35 win over Houston at home.
  • Boys start tourney at Schaeffer Academy Thursday
    The Kingsland boys’ basketball team had two games scheduled for last week, but only one of them got played, a 69-65 win at Grand Meadow. The other game was postponed and was scheduled to be played Monday night at St. Charles.
  • 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. 
  • Regular season ends this week for boys, tournaments next week
    In the past three games the Kingsland boys basketball team averaged 71.0 points per game on offense. Unfortunately the Knights have given up 80.3 points per game on defense and have dropped all three games to Caledonia (83-72), Chatfield (78-65) and Wabasha-Kellogg (80-76).
  • PEM losses ‘sandwich’ D-E, three more games for boys this week
    Last week a win over Dover-Eyota (65-42) was sandwiched between a pair of losses to Plainview-Elgin-Millville 72-63 and 79-52. Going 1-2 last week now puts the Kingsland boys at 7-7 in the Three Rivers Conference and 13-8 overall. 
  • Girls win two as regular season winds down this week
    Last week the Kingsland girls got two wins and lost one in basketball, giving them a record of 15-8 overall, 9-6 in the Three Rivers Conference. The wins were over Lanesboro (71-19) and Dover-Eyota (57-50) and the loss was to Plainview-Elgin-Millville (60-32), ranked No. 4 in class AA.  
  • Gals continue hectic schedule this week
    The Lady Knights played three games in four days last week. In the upcoming stretch of games, the gals will hit the court five times in nine days. The athletic trainer better have an extra supply of analgesic balm!
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