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LPGE senior Cole Crosby finished with 63 rushing yards on 15 carries against Ottertail Central last Friday night.
The Thunder football team continued its midseason buzzsaw portion of their schedule last Friday when they hosted Ottertail Central, the No. 7 ranked team in Class 1A this season. The Bulldogs jumped on the home team early and ended up grabbing a 46-14 win to improve to 5-0 overall and 4-0 in the...
Eighth grader Connor Flan finished fourth for the Thunder and 56th overall at Paynesville.
The Thunder cross country teams made a trip down to Paynesville for a meet last Tuesday. The varsity girls placed sixth out of eight full teams and the boys placed seventh out of 10 at the race. Caroline Kuehne again led the way for Long Prairie-Grey Eagle, placing eighth overall with a time of 21:...
That deciding fourth point proved to be elusive for the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle/Upsala/Swanville Area tennis team last Thursday. Battling a chilly and windy September afternoon, the Thunder fell 4-3 at Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa. Senior Ally Ecker cruised to a straight set shutout win at No. 1 singles...
The Swanville volleyball team was swept by Prairie Conference leader Royalton last Tuesday night. Emily Beseman had seven sets assists, one kill, and one block. Avery Jackson had one kill and three blocks in the loss. Swanville 3, Upsala 1 The Bulldogs bounced back on Thursday with a 3-1 road win...
Senior Jorgan Kiley evaded a tackle after intercepting a pass against Parkers Prairie.
Upsala/Swanville Area got back into the win column last Friday night when they piled it on early and then held on late to grab a 36-22 home win over Parkers Prairie. The Patriots wasted little time jumping out to a big lead. Michael Lange capped off the opening drive with a touchdown run from five...
B/EV junior Allison Asfeld went up for an attack against the block of Swanville senior Avery Jackson during the Tigers’ five-set win last Tuesday.
An already long week of volleyball was made even longer for the Browerville/Eagle Valley squad as they competed in three matches that all went to five sets and then attended a tournament over the weekend. The Tigers hit the road to take on Bertha-Hewitt on Monday and fell 3-2. They bounced back a...
Swanville senior Emily Beseman finished with 29 set assists in the Bulldogs’ five-set loss against Onamia on Thursday.
The Swanville volleyball team fell in a second five-set match last week when Onamia came in and grabbed the 3-2 win on Thursday. They dropped a five-set match to Browerville/Eagle Valley on Tuesday. Avery Jackson went 17 of 17 serving while also finishing with a team high 10 kills and five blocks....
Sophomore No. 1 doubles Bailey Petron returned a serve during a match earlier this season.
The Thunder girls tennis team nearly came away with a win over Parkers Prairie when the two Prairie Conference teams met last Monday, but the Panthers were able to win a three-set thriller at No. 3 singles to escape with a 4-3 win. Long Prairie-Grey Eagle/Upsala/Swanville Area picked up two wins at...
Junior setter Hailey Spieker went up for a play at the net against a pair of Royalton players during last Thursday’s home match.
The Thunder volleyball squad dropped a five-setter to visiting Pillager last Tuesday night in Long Prairie. Long Prairie-Grey Eagle finished the night with 25 kills and 11 ace serves. Senior outside hitter Emma Liebsch had a team high 10 kills to go along with a pair of blocks and nine digs. Junior...
While the Thunder football team was riding high off an exciting win over Staples-Motley in week three, they ran into a brick wall at Hawley last Friday night. The Nuggets managed to score on four of their first five possessions to jump out to an early lead and come away with a 42-14 win. Hawley led...

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