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New rodeo stars will be born during the wild and crazy “Dairyland Donkey Basketball Show” at Pierz High School in the MAC gym Saturday, April 25, starting at 7 p.m. It’s basketball played on real, live donkeys and it will be wilder than a rodeo and funnier than a circus, said Dean Dahmen, one ...Read More
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Cold, snow and wind have derailed area high school sports for the second consecutive day. Here is the list as of postponements and cancellations as of 11:30 a.m. this morning: Little Falls softball, baseball and track and field were all postponed. Baseball against Albany will be made up as a doubleh...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Little Falls capitalized on a second-inning error to score four runs, which led to a 5-4 victory over Pierz, April 10 in Little Falls. The Pioneers attempted a comeback with a pair of runs in the fifth, but could not score anymore on Flyers’ ...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Three area wrestlers successfully competed at the National Scholastic Duals, April 10-11. The annual event, which was held in Crawfordsville, Ind. this year, pits teams of wrestlers from grades 9-11 from several states in team duals. Two of the...Read More
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Holdingford claims boys title, Pierz takes third in both boys and girls By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Track teams from all around the area were invited to Pierz Friday, April 10, for what turned out to be a beautiful, sunny track meet. Snow earlier in the morning made the c...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] The Victory League amateur baseball season begins Sunday, April 19, and the 10 teams from Morrison County are gearing up for another long season of baseball. Here is a look at those 10 teams: North Division Fort Ripley Rebels The Rebels come of...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Three area head coaches as well as an assistant coach/athletic director were honored at the annual Minnesota Football Coaches Association (MFCA) banquet, March 28. Holdingford coach Luke Mitchell was awarded the highest honor, Coach of the Year...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] A three-run first inning was almost all the Pierz Pioneers baseball team needed to earn a win over section rival Little Falls, April 2. Pierz added two more in the third and another in the sixth to earn a 6-3 victory at Legion Field in Pierz. S...Read More
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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor   Jason Lashinski, fondly known as “Lash,” grew up in the auto repair business. “I grew up with a wrench in my hand. I was probably 7-8 years old, I think,” he said. His dad, Bernie Lashinski, ran Bernie’s Auto Repair in Sobieski before retiring a couple ...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] The annual Pierz 3-on-3 tournament took place March 27-28. Girls winners were as follows: third grade: first Pierz Red/Black; fourth grade: Fighting Unicorns, Brea Eckes, Quinn Trottier, Maci Martini, Kelsi Martini; fifth grade: Blast, Morgan E...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] The second annual Granite Ridge Conference (GRC) vs. Central Minnesota Conference (CMC) All Star Game was hosted by Pierz, March 28. In the girls game, the CMC team won 53-42, led by a balanced scoring attack. Kinlee Swanson of Belgrade-Brooten...Read More
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Pierz scored five runs in the first three innings in a 6-3 victory over Little Falls last night in both teams’ opener at Pierz’ Legion Field. Cody Meyer had the win for Pierz on the mound, and went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI. Little Falls’ softball team also opened its season...Read More
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