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The Wolves gymnasts wrapped up their dual meet schedule last Thursday when they traveled to Melrose. The Dutchmen finished the night on top, besting the Wolves 140.625-123.75. There were five top-five finishes in the four events, with the seniors Tristen Marcyes and Reanne Warwick leading the way....
 Austin Lemke reacts after the final buzzer sounded in Thursday’s wild comeback win over Royalton.
The Swanville boys fell in overtime, 63-55, at Bertha-Hewitt last Tuesday night. After a low scoring game saw the Bears lead 22-19 at halftime, the Bulldogs managed to fight back and force overtime by scoring 34 second half points. However, they would score just two points in overtime as B-H was...
LPGE’s Emma Liebsch (R) drove by Swanville freshman Rebekah Muhlenkamp (L) last Friday. The Thunder junior poured in a career high 22 points in the win.
A balanced scoring attack helped lift the LPGE girls hoops squad to a 69-48 Prairie Conference home win over Browerville/Eagle Valley last Tuesday night. The Thunder wasted little time building a quick lead, nearly doubling up the Tigers at halftime, 39-20. Senior forward Taylor Kingston piled on...
Junior goaltender Mackenzie Och (M) got some assistance from junior defenseman Kylee Hopp (L) on a shot attempt by Minneapolis’s Julia Offerdahl (R).
The regular season came to a close for the Prairie Centre girls when they hosted Minneapolis in Sauk Centre. Unfortunately for the Blue Devils, the finale ended in a 3-1 loss as Erica Lieske scored all of her team’s goals to grab a hat trick and play spoiler. MPLS took advantage of one of Prairie...
Swanville senior Brooklyn Thieschafer got squared up for a three-pointer during one of the Bulldogs’ three games last week.
Swanville and Upsala got locked into a close battle last Tuesday when they squared off in Prairie Conference play. The Cardinals forced overtime, but it was the Bulldogs that came through, outscoring their opponent 9-2 to pick up the 63-56 win. Upsala held a one-point lead at halftime, but needed a...
Prairie Centre started off a busy week with a wild comeback to force overtime against Mid-State Conference foe Park Rapids last Tuesday. The North Stars erased a three-score deficit to force overtime where the two teams went scoreless to finish tied at 3-3 at the end of the night. The Panthers...
The Upsala girls hung with Section 5A opponent East Central for one half, but ended up falling to the visiting Eagles 51-36 last Friday. It was just a one-point game at halftime, with East Central leading 20-19. The big difference was the second half when the Eagles put up 31 points while...
A shorthanded Thunder boys basketball team ran into a surging Parkers Prairie team last Monday night. The Panthers extended their win streak to 16 games with a 91-55 win over the Thunder. Parkers Prairie exploded for 57 first half points while holding LPGE to 17. The Thunder got their offense going...
The Tiger boys shot the ball well and clamped down on defense from the very start as they controlled the game from start to finish in a 74-44 home win over Sauk Centre last Monday night. The Browerville/Eagle Valley defense limited the Mainstreeters to just 15 made shots on the night. The Tigers...
The entire Wolves team was fired up after Dalton Butler picked up a win over state-ranked Isaiah Gilbert of BBE.
There was no shortage of wrestling last week, as the Wolves competed in six duals.  The first set of duals came on Tuesday when LPGE/BEV traveled to Fergus Falls for a quad. They cruised to a 65-12 win over the hosting Otters in the opening dual of the evening. Winning by fall included: Landon Gode...

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