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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Seven area athletes found themselves on the medal stand following their events at the Class A State Track and Field Meet June 5-6 at Hamline Unversity in St. Paul. A pair of Holdingford athletes led the pack with fourth place finishes. Senior N...Read More
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Day two was not as busy as day one, but several area athletes competed. For Little Falls, Kyle Kabanuk finished 15th in the long jump competition. Sophomore Tyler Moore of the Flyers had a better day two, as he improved his section time in the 1600 meters and took 15th place. For Pierz, Robbie Skiba...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Seniors Robbie Skiba, Grant Bullert and Zach Carlson highlighted a strong day for the area at the Section 5A track and field meet, Wednesday at St. John’s University. Pierz’ Skiba took home two section titles with wins in the 110 hurdles (1...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] A total of 413.5 points made the Holdingford boys track and field team back-to-back True Team state champions. The Huskers boys and girls, and the Pierz girls competed at the True Team State Meet in Stillwater, Saturday, May 16. For the Huskers...Read More
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Holdingford wins boys and girls sub-section titles By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Many area athletes showed their skills at the sub-section track meet in Pierz, Tuesday, with many earning a trip to the Section 5A meet. Sub-section boys: 1. Holdingford, 194, 3. Pierz, 102, 5....Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] With several individual champions in tow, both the Holdingford boys and girls captured a Central Minnesota Conference (CMC) title, in track and field in Rockford, Tuesday. Pierz finished in third place for the boys with three event champions, a...Read More
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USA, Royalton track and field compete in Prairie Conference meet By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] The Little Falls girls track and field team became Granite Ridge Conference (GRC) champions, Tuesday. The Flyers tallied 114 points to earn the title. The girls had two event titl...Read More
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There was plenty of action in area sports last night as several teams were in action on the diamond and track. Perhaps the biggest news came on the softball field, as the Pierz Pioneers upset Royalton 7-5 in a non-conference matchup. It was the first win of the season for the Pioneers. Little Falls ...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] The Pierz girls track and field team is headed to the True Team State championship held May 16 in Stillwater. The Pioneers did not earn a single top finish at the 7A True Team Section in Pillager, Tuesday, but had consistency near the top, whic...Read More
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Softball action was close and intense last night for area teams. In Upsala, the Cardinals enjoyed a 16-10 lead entering the final frame against Royalton. The Royals scored seven runs, and then recorded the final three outs to earn a 17-16 come-from-behind win. Little Falls’ softball team split...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] The lone track and field team in action recently was Pierz, as the team traveled to Foley, April 17. Both the boys and girls finished in third place in the outdoor contest. For the Pioneer boys, who tallied 121 points, senior Robbie Skiba was a...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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