Girls basketball
By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] It was a defining week in Prairie Conference basketball as Royalton hosted both Swanville and Upsala in rivalry match-ups. The Bulldogs and Royals met for an entertaining bout, Feb. 5, in Royalton. Swanville exploded to an early lead, and led b...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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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Both Royalton and Swanville split games this past week or so, while Upsala fell in its only contest. The Royals scored a 57-46 win over St. John’s Prep, Jan. 30. Royalton jumped out to a 14-3 lead in the game, and led 33-15 at half. Senior Ha...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Pierz split with a pair of Central Minnesota Conference (CMC) opponents recently. The Pioneers began by falling 59-54 to Kimball in a close game, Jan. 29. Kayla Carter had 13 points to lead Pierz, and fellow senior Kendra Fischer added 12 point...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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For nine straight years the Little Falls girls Nordic ski team had advanced to state, but not this season. The Flyers lost in a heartbreaking tiebreak to St. Cloud Cathedral yesterday at sections in Maplelag. The Flyers initially believed to have advanced, but a later review of the tiebreaker found ...Read More
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Senior netminder Ezra Spandl had 37 saves as the Little Falls boys hockey team upset visiting St. Cloud Cathedral last night 3-0. It was the first time the Flyers had beaten the Crusaders since 2011. Pierz took down Little Falls in girls basketball last night by a score of 59-46. The win was thanks ...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] A Friday/Saturday pair of games turned into a split for the Little Falls boys basketball team. The Flyers were dropped 53-40 by St. Cloud Cathedral in Little Falls Jan. 16. Kyle Kabanuk had 12 points and Riley Loukinen added 11 to no avail. Lit...Read More
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Welinski scores 37, breaks points record By Tyler ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Upsala’s girls basketball team is on quite a roll. The Cardinals have won six straight and eight of their last nine after two more wins on Jan. 16 and Tuesday. The game on Jan. 16 was a 49-35 win over ...Read More
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Several area sports teams played last night, with boys basketball leading the pack in wins. In boys basketball, Little Falls took home a Granite Ridge Conference (GRC) win 67-40 over Mora. Pierz’ boys team won 76-66 over Rockford in a Central Minnesota Conference (CMC) game. Holdingford, howev...Read More
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Several sports teams from the area were in action on Friday, Saturday or a combination of both. In boys basketball the Little Falls Flyers played both days, falling 53-40 to Cathedral Friday, and beating Perham 58-47 Saturday. Royalton earned its second win of the season Friday with a 50-42 win over...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Both Pierz and Holdingford’s girls basketball teams were on the losing end of Central Minnesota Conference (CMC) games, Jan. 9. The Pioneers lost 61-38 to Eden Valley-Watkins. Brianna Meyer had 15 points, and Talyre Boser added 10, but it was...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Little Falls’ boys basketball team kept its Granite Ridge Conference (GRC) winning record as it split a pair of GRC games. First, the Flyers lost in a tight one in Albany, Jan. 8. The Huskies and Flyers were tied 20-20 at halftime, and in fac...Read More
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