Little Falls
By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Kendra Pohlman and Joshua Kapsner, Little Falls Community High School seniors, have been selected to represent Region 8AA in the Academics, Arts and Athletics Award (AAA) program. Established in l988, the AAA Award is sponsored by the Minnesota...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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Pierz comes out on top after 8-1 record in duals during busy week By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] The wrestling regular season hit its stride for area teams as Little Falls, Holdingford and Pierz all met. And after all the action on the mat, the Pioneers appear to have a stra...Read More
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Last night’s sports action featured a Central Minnesota Conference (CMC) rivalry between the Pierz and Holdingford girls basketball teams. Both teams entered the game with identical 2-8 overall records and were both winless in conference play. After the game, however it was the Pioneers who ea...Read More
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By Tyler ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Justin Jenks and Brad Kroll could not propel either of their teams to victory, but the pair of 160-pound wrestlers had very strong outings the last couple of times on the mat. Jenks and the Little Falls wrestling team took part in the Bluejacke...Read More
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Three Pioneers in double figures as Pierz wins non-conference battle at home By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] The success that Pierz’ boys basketball team began to show in the Cathedral Christmas Classic continued into a rivalry game against Little Falls, Tuesday. The Pionee...Read More
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Athletic events were still running last night, despite the lowering temperatures outside and several schools delaying or closing school today. Wrestling was busy with three of the four area teams competing in duals. Little Falls fell 49-17 as it traveled to St. Cloud Tech. Pierz lost in a close one,...Read More
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Upsala narrowly falls in both games in tournament By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] It was a great two days at home during holiday break for the Little Falls boys basketball team. No, the players didn’t to sleep until noon, and lounge in pajamas all day, but they did win the ...Read More
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It was an exciting night for area sports as there were several close area games on both the court and the ice. In boys basketball, the Pierz Pioneers pulled off the big upset with a 60-59 come-from-behind win over state-ranked St. Cloud Cathedral. The game was in the opening round of a tournament ho...Read More
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Flyers coach to concentrate on activities director position By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] 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 stepped...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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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Holdingford’s wrestling team has been very busy recently. The Huskers are fresh off a dual with Kimball, Dec. 11, a home quadrangular, Dec. 12 and a triangular in Aitkin, Tuesday. Holdingford earned mixed results throughout the busy stretch. ...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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