Brady Reigstad is a week away from starting his final high school wrestling season but on Monday he announced that this year won't be his last on the mat. The Willmar senior signed a National Letter of Intent to wrestle for St. Cloud State University on Monday. "It feels good," Reigstad said. "I'm glad I got it off my shoulders and I can focus on the season ahead of me." The soft-spoken 285-pounder had also spoken with football coaches about playing collegiately but ultimately decided wrestling would be better for him in regards to his long-term health.
Willmar’s swimming and diving team will be sending seven competitors to the Class A state meet this year thanks to a strong performance at the Section 3A meet led by...
Morris/Chokio-Alberta capped off its second trip to the Class AA state volleyball tournament with a 3-1 win over Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton on Saturday to earn fifth place.
The Willmar WarHawks have seen plenty of injuries in their inaugural year -- especially in net -- and those injuries proved to be a problem over the weekend as the...
ROCHESTER, Minn. — Ridgewater’s quest for a fifth NJCAA national championship came to an end on Saturday as the Warriors fell short against Harper College (Illinois) in a three-set championship...
SIOUX FALLS, S.D.—Willmar's Winged Foot cross country team placed second at the Nike Cross National Heartland Regional on Sunday, earning a third-straight trip to the 13th annual NXN National meet in December. Winged Foot runners, who ran for Willmar and placed second at last week's Minnesota State Cross Country Meet, trailed only Edina (79 points) with 85 points. The Heartland meet features runners from Minnesota, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin. The NXN meet is Dec. 3 at the Glendoveer Golf Course in Portland, Oregon.
ROCHESTER, Minn. — Ridgewater's quest for a fifth national championship came to an end on Saturday as the Warriors fell short against Harper College (Illinois) in a three-set championship match. Harper finished the season 43-1 and as the No. 1 seed its ability was apparent from the start against the second-seeded Warriors. Harper grabbed the first set with a 25-21 win and followed that up with a close 25-22 second set victory. The Hawks completed the sweep in the third, winning 25-19.
Volleyball Minnesota State Tournament Class A Quarterfinals At Xcel Energy Center Thursday Mayer Lutheran 3, Stephen-Argyle 0 Heritage Christian Academy 3, Underwood 2 Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 3, Kimball 0 Caledonia 3, Cook County 0 Semifinals Friday Mayer Lutheran 3, Heritage Christian Academy 2 Caledonia 3, Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 2 Consolation Friday Underwood 3, Stephen-Argyle 1 Kimball 3, Cook County 0 Final Saturday
Minnesota State Tournament 9-man Quarterfinals Friday Grand Meadow 36, Edgerton/Ellsworth 0 Waubun 41, Stephen-Argyle Central 18 Cleveland 39, Hillcrest Lutheran Academy 22 Cromwell 35, Ely 7 Semifinals U.S. Bank Stadium Nov. 17 Cleveland (12-0) vs. Cromwell (12-0), 11:30 p.m. Grand Meadow (12-0) vs. Waubun (12-0), 9 a.m. Final U.S. Bank Stadium Nov. 25 Semifinals winners, 10 a.m. Class A Quarterfinals Friday Rushford-Peterson 44, Murray County Central 21
ST. PAUL — The Morris/Chokio-Alberta volleyball team shook off a loss in the opening round of the Class AA state tournament to down Holy Angels in five sets on Friday in the consolation bracket a the Xcel Energy Center. The Tigers dropped the first set, battled back to win two, saw Holy Angels tie the match in an epic fourth set, then settled down to win the deciding fifth set. Morris/CA, making its second state tournament appearance, will play for the fifth-place trophy against Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton at 11 a.m. today at Xcel.