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Little Falls coach to concentrate on Activities Director position By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor tyler.ohmann@mcrecord.com Following a 6-4 season, including a 5-3 Granite Ridge Conference record, and the first home playoff victory in nearly three decades, Little Falls head football coach Jay DeCann s...Read More
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Swanville’s girls basketball team topped the weekend’s headlines as it won its first game of the season Friday in a 52-51 victory over Long Prairie-Grey Eagle (LPGE). Seniors Stephanie Koetter and Danica Hanson combined for 37 points in the victory. Sticking with girls basketball, Upsala...Read More
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Boys basketball dominated the sports landscape last night with five of six area teams in action. Holdingford was one of three teams to get a win with a 62-28 demolishing Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa. Swanville also won in the first round of the St. John’s holiday tournament with a 75-64 defeat of R...Read More
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Tuesday, as usual, was a busy night for area sports. The Little Falls boys hockey team came away with a narrow 4-3 victory at Exchange Arena. The Brainerd-Little Falls girls hockey team fell 3-1 to rival Alexandria last night as well. In boys basketball Little Falls topped Alexandria 46-43, Holdingf...Read More
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The Little Falls boys hockey team highlighted a busy couple of days of area sports this past Friday and Saturday. The Flyers topped Northern Lakes 5-2 at Exchange Arena Friday night to improve to 3-4 this season. All six area boys basketball teams were active on either Friday or Saturday. Swanville ...Read More
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Several area teams were in action last night, including the Pierz Pioneers wrestling team who beat Royalton-Upsala 55-9 last night. In another wrestling match, Holdingford fell at the hands of Kimball in a Central Minnesota Conference (CMC) match, 35-24. In Prairie Conference girls basketball, Browe...Read More
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Several sports were in action last night, including all six area boys basketball teams. Royalton lost its fourth straight to start the season as conference rival Upsala traveled to defeat the Royals 60-26 in one of the those boys basketball contests. Little Falls joined Upsala as an area winner last...Read More
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Many area sports were busy over the weekend with games and matches going on from Friday through Monday night. On Friday, Pierz’ boys basketball team lost 72-63 to Rockford on the road. In other boys basketball action, the Holdingford Huskers fell 77-51 to Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted. The Littl...Read More
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