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Late result Saturday Non-Conference MBA 6, Fridley 0 Josh Griffith netted the first four goals for Morris/Benson Area as the Storm improved to 19-3. Morris/Benson Area (19-3) 2 1 3 -- 6 Fridley 0 0 0 -- 0 FIRST PERIOD - MBA: Josh Griffith (Jay Andrews, Tony Schultz) :37 ... MBA: Griffith (Schultz) 5:42 SECOND PERIOD - MBA: Griffith (unassisted) 11:45 THIRD PERIOD - MBA: Griffith (Andrews, Carl Lindblad) 3:52 ... MBA: Griffith (Andrews, Schultz) 9:12 ...
SPICER -- There will be an organizational meeting of a proposed chapter of the Minnesota Darkhouse and Angling Association at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Spicer American Legion Duey Johnston, a fish decoy-maker from Perham, will coordinate the meeting. Bob Halvorson of New London, current president of the Minnesota Darkhouse and Angling Association's state organization, will also speak. Johnston will also give a brief program on decoy making. A social hour will begin at 6:30 p.m. Any person interested in the sport of winter spearing is welcome.
(Starting times approximately 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted) Boys Basketball NON-CONFERENCE Willmar at Marshall BOLD vs. MACCRAY at Clara City Dawson-Boyd at Russell-Tyler-Ruthton Buffalo Lake-Hector vs. Renville County West at Renville Minneota vs. Central Minnesota Christian at Prinsburg Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa at Upsala Minnesota Valley Lutheran at Redwood Valley WEST CENTRAL SOUTH Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City at Morris Benson at Lac qui Parle Valley Montevideo vs.
Girls Basketball Morris/CA 54, LQPV 44 ACGC 48, Paynesville 43 Dawson-Boyd 47, RTR 43 Glencoe-SL 40, BOLD 30
The Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City Community Education will be taking a fan bus to the state wrestling tournament March 2 at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. ACGC qualified for state in Class A and opens again New York Mills at 7:30 p.m. The cost of the coach bus is $12 and will be leaving the high school at 4 p.m. A fan bus will also be going to the tournament March 3 and leaving the high school at 9 a.m. The cost of that trip is also $12. Students may ride only if accompanied by an adult. Call (320) 857-2651 by noon Thursday to sign up.
The Ridgewater Warriors baseball team is ranked No. 2 nationally in a poll released by Collegiate Baseball magazine for 2006, and No. 3 nationally in the NJCAA National Poll. Ridgewater is coming off a national runner-up finish in 2005, where it finished 37-8. Ridgewater returns its top five pitchers, led by All-American Adam Ferrell, and Ethan Vogt, a 2007 Gopher signee. The Warriors open their season March 9 in Fort Myers, Florida.
Alexandria Mustangs to hold open tryouts The Alexandria Area Mustangs Football team's open tryout is set for Sunday from 9:30-11:30 a.m. The tryout and informational meeting takes place at Lakes Community Recreation Center in Alexandria. For more information on tryouts and the Mustangs, contact owner Rick Ties at (507) 358-7075 or head coach Todd Hendricks at (320) 974-3100. The Mustangs will play in the Great Plains Football League, an amatuer/semi-pro/minor league adult tackle football league.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Everything but the coin flip seemed to go Ridgewater's way as the regular season ended Saturday. The Lady Warriors avenged a four-point loss to Minneapolis earlier with a commanding 73-45 victory over the Marauders in the MCCC Southern Division finale.
MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minneapolis Marauders snuffed Ridgewater's flickering hopes for a post-season berth, crushing the Warriors 102-79 in the MCCC Southern Division finale on Saturday. The Warriors needed a win to earn a spot in the top four out of the South.
BENSON -- Dana Dierkhising broke the Section 6A individual all-around record en route to leading Melrose to the Class A state tournament for the 15th time on Saturday. Melrose, which won its ninth straight section title, had 145.05 points. New London-Spicer was second with 142.225 and Benson/KMS third with 136.6. Dierkhising's 38.8 all-around score shattered the old mark held by Katie Niehaus (38.35). Emma DeGeest of New London-Spicer was second all-around (35.75) and also qualified for state with a third on floor exercise and fourth-place finishes on vault and balance beam.