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Results Saturday Red Rock Invite The Blackjacks, who finished fourth in the team race with 151 points, had three champions, including Justin Sather at 103 pounds, Cameron Jurgenson (130) and Luke Bothun (135). Mitch Grussing was the highest finisher for MACCRAY, taking second place at 189 pounds. Team scoring (1) Windom/MLBO 192½ (2) Minneota 160½ (3) Fulda/MCC 155 (4) Dawson-Boyd 151 (5) Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 134½ (6) United South Central 126 (7) MACCRAY 24 (8) Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove 22 (9) Luverne/Hills-Beaver Creek 5½ How area wrestlers fared Key: (Weight, name, won-l
Atwater-Cosmso-Grove City had five individual champions Friday in Benson en route to winning the West Central South Conference tournament title, while Minnewaska Area claimed the title in the North Friday at Albany. ACGC chalked up 249 points. BOLD/Buffalo LakeHector was second with 224 points and Yellow Medicine East third with 213.5. BBLH won the overall South Division title based on a points system, while Minnewaska won the overall North title.
(All events 7:30 p.m. unless noted) Boys Basketball NON-CONFERENCE Hillcrest Lutheran at Hancock Girls Basketball WEST CENTRAL SOUTH BOLD vs. Yellow Medicine East at Granite Falls NON-CONFERENCE Paynesville vs. Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa at Brooten MACCRAY at Tracy-Milroy-Balaton
Boys Basketball Minnewaska 73, Staples-Motley 64 Alexandria 74, Litchfield 46 Waseca 70, Red.
New London native Aaron Barber shot a 2-over 72 and posted a two-day total of 143, failing to make the cut by one stroke at the BellSouth Panama Championship in Panama City, Panama, Friday. His start to the 2006 Nationwide Tour was similar to his 2005 start. Barber started last season missing the cut in Panama with round scores of 74 and 71. The next stop on the Nationwide Tour will be the Jacob's Creek Open Championship Feb. 16-19 in Adelaide, Australia.
Minnewaska Area finished first in the West Central North Conference tournament title Friday night in Albany and also won the overall conference title. Minnewaska had 204.5 points to win the title.
The Ridgewater College men's and women's basketball teams play at Rochester today. The women's team is coming off a 67-63 loss to Minneapolis Wednesday night that could have moved the Lady Warriors into a tie for first place in the Minnesota Community College Southern Division. The Lady Warriors are 3-2 in the loop and 12-5 overall. Game time today is 1 p.m. The Warriors also lost to Minneapolis Wedneday night, 80-73, and take a 2-4, 7-11 record into their 3 p.m. game today.
ST. CLOUD -- Willmar blew a big lead, but then got a huge play from senior center Laura Nielsen to beat St. Cloud Tech 44-42 Friday and climb back into contention for the Central Lakes Conference title. Nielsen's game-high 19 points and 14 rebounds and Andrea Brown's 17 points helped the Cardinals (10-2, 13-4) close within one game of St. Cloud Tech (11-1, 16-2) for first place. The Tigers won 39-37 on Dec. 8 in the first meeting of the season in Willmar. The Cardinals, who improved their winning streak to five games, owned a 28-12 lead at halftime. But St.
The wet snow squeaked under my hunting boots as I tried to sneak over the hill. From the large number of tracks in the fresh snow, I was sure a bunch of deer were browsing on the sunny side of the knoll ahead of me. Only two weekends of doe season remained and the freezer still has room for one more. The past three weekends have been consumed with domestic duties. A person really should not start putting brick siding on their house right before deer season.
Events/competitions Spicer Sunrise Lions Club Ice Fishing Derby -- The Spicer Sunrise Lions Club will hold its 16th Annual Ice Fishing Derby Saturday, Feb. 4 from 1-3 p.m. at Saulsbury Beach in Spicer. Hole tickets cost $3 for one hole and $5 for two. Registration begins at 11 a.m. For more information, call (320) 796-2151. Youth Wood Duck Box Building Day -- The annual Praire Pothole Chapter youth wood duck box building day will be from 9 a.m.-noon, Saturday, Feb. 4, at the Prairie Wood Environmental Learning Center west of Spicer.