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Selection Process: Results for all four area wrestling teams (Little Falls, Pierz, Royalton-Upsala and Holdingford) were recorded throughout the season. From these results, the top wrestler at each of the 14 weight classes was determined to select the All-Area wrestling team. Wrestlers that competed...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Jake Anderson closed out his senior weightlifting career with back-to-back state titles in the 105kg weight class, March 7, at Lakeville South. The Little Falls senior won his weight class last season as a junior, and despite missing the early ...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Three of the last four seasons the Flyers have made it to the Section 8AAA Baseball Championship game, and all three times they have been sent home by St. Cloud Cathedral. Despite another expected strong squad by Cathedral this season, Little F...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Two players each from the Pierz and Little Falls girls basketball teams were chosen to participate in the 11th annual North Central Basketball All Star Games. The event, which takes place March 22 in Bemidji, will include Pierz seniors Kendra F...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] With an upset win over Milaca and a near upset in a 6-5 loss to St. Cloud Cathedral in last year’s section tournament, excitement surrounds the Little Falls softball team this season. “Coming off of last years positive situation going into ...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Little Falls advanced past second-seeded Alexandria in the quarterfinals of the 8AAA Sub-Section quarterfinals, by upsetting the Cardinals 67-56. The No. 7 Flyers shot well, nearly 60 percent from the field, and led by as much as 27 points in t...Read More
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There were 16 area wrestlers that advanced to the State Tournament Feb. 26-28 from the area. The individual portion of the state tournament begins Friday at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. Leading the way with individuals advancing was Pierz with seven. Four of those seven were Section 7A champi...Read More
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Pierz took down visiting Holdingford last night 49-43 in girls basketball. The Little Falls Flyers won their second in a row last night as well with a 60-50 victory over Mora in Granite Ridge play. Royalton won last night 46-38 over Ogilivie. Lastly, Swanville fell 51-43 to West Central Area. The Fl...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] The Little Falls boys basketball team earned three big Granite Ridge Conference (GRC) victories in a row. It started with a Feb. 5 victory over Zimmerman, 52-50. Little Falls trailed 28-18 at halftime, but scored 34 points in the second half to...Read More
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Both of Little Falls’ individual qualifiers for Nordic skiiing state raced yesterday. Freshman Hunter Zupko did well in the boys pursuit, and finished in 26th place out of 159 racers. Sophomore Kendal Hendrickson took 85th out of 157 for the girls. The Flyers hockey team fell 3-1 to Detroit La...Read More
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Last night was a little lighter than most nights recently, but was highlighted by a spirited comeback by Royalton’s girls basketball team. The Royals came back from a 10-point halftime deficit to win 57-52 over rival Swanville. In other girls basketball action Upsala lost 79-57 to Prairie Conf...Read More
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(2815Sportssigning)    Staff photo by Tyler Ohmann From left, Jake Anderson, Josh DeCann and Bryce Zawatzke, seniors from Little Falls Community High School,  sign letters of intent to play at the Division II college football level. Anderson signed with Valley City State out of the NAIA in North...Read More
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