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The LS-H wrestling team endured two losses at their home wrestling triangular Thursday, Dec. 12, falling 63-16 against Maple River and 54-12 to St. Peter. However, it wasn’t all bad news for the Giants. At the same meet, Le Sueur-Henderson inducted four alumni wrestlers into the school’s Hal…

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Le Sueur-Henderson's boys basketball team evened its record a 2-2 with a 71-57 victory Tuesday over visiting Norwood Young America.

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Logan Throldahl’s pair of goals were the bookends to the Minnesota River boys’ 4-3 win over visiting Albert Lea on Tuesday. His second, punched in from the slot, came 1:50 into overtime.

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Le Sueur-Henderson was one of 12 teams invited to compete at the Glencoe Silver Lake Tournament Saturday Dec. 7. All three of the LS-H wrestlers who made it to the final rounds earned a sixth-place finish.

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While the Titans didn’t come away with a win in their game against Jordan on Dec. 7, the Tri-City United girls basketball team showed remarkable endurance. Despite a tough first half, the team managed to narrow Jordan’s lead to 66-50.

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Using a pressure defense combined with productive shooting, the Cleveland Clippers easily defeated host Tri-City United 71-34 Friday in non-conference boys basketball action for their first win of the season.

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Snapping a five-game drought for their first win of the season, the Minnesota River boys downed host Windom 6-2 on Saturday.

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The Tri-City United wrestling team’s latest matchup didn’t go the way the team would have liked. The Titans fell 54-18 in their dual meet against New Prague Thursday, Dec. 5.

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wVictory eluded the Tri-City United boys basketball team in their first game of the season. Pitted against GFW on Tuesday, Dec. 3, the Titans fell 57-29.

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St. Peter jumped out early and never looked back, improving to 3-0 with an impressive 81-49 nonconference victory Saturday over the visiting Le Sueur-Henderson Giants.

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The Le Sueur-Henderson wrestling team took on some tough opponents in its first meet Tuesday, Dec. 3. The Giants fell 59-19 to WEM-JWP, 66-6 to Medford and 67-6 to Waseca.

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After an 0-2 start and a 12-day break, the Cleveland girls basketball team got on track Thursday with a 50-40 win over host New Ulm Cathedral.

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With occasional bursts of velocity on Thursday, the Minnesota River boys hockey team resembled last year’s team at times, but those moments were not enough, and the Bulldogs lost to 6-3 to visiting Hutchinson.

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Unbridled, the Cleveland boys basketball team fell hard to host Waterville-Elysian-Morristown 104-37 on Tuesday.

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The Tri-City United girls basketball team didn’t get the season debut they desired. In their first game against Mayer Lutheran Tuesday, Dec. 3, the Titans lost 77-60.

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Dominic Drent scored 31 points to help lead Le Sueur-Henderson to a 65-63 comeback victory over Hope Academy in the Dec. 2 season opener. But it was the junior guard's late second-half defense which sealed the home victory. 

The Tri-City United wrestling team finished strong in fourth place out of 10 teams at their first meet of the season. The tournament, held at Faribault on Saturday Dec. 1, pitted the Titans against Stillwater, Northfield, Owatonna, Faribault, Sauk Rapids, LARP, East Ridge, NRHEG and Austin.

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In their season opener against tournament host Wabasso Friday, the Cleveland Clippers battled back from a 10-point halftime deficit, got their transition game rolling to take a 4-point lead in the second half, but succumbed to the Rabbit’s hot shooting and fell 83-80.

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For Tri-City United seniors Chase Vargo and Carlos Estevez, the upcoming boys basketball season holds special significance as the last season of their high school careers. The two are determined to make the most of it while also setting their team up for success in future seasons.

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While a year ago, the Clipper girls lost to Sleepy Eye 68-58 and to Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s 80-56, this year, the Clippers, showing their youth at the SESM tip-off tournament, succumbed to SE 65-26 on Friday and to SESM 80-38 on Saturday.

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With the Clipper volleyball team earning a Valley Conference championship while reaching kill, dig and set milestones along the way, 2019 will go down as perhaps the most successful season since the program began in the mid-1970s.

Tom Blaido and company were hoping they could sneak a few shots past New Ulm’s young goalie and have some kind of a chance against the conference leading Eagles on Thursday.

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For Tri-City United seniors Chase Vargo and Carlos Estevez, the upcoming boys basketball season holds special significance as the last season of their high school careers. The two are determined to make the most of it while also setting their team up for success in future seasons.

With a new season starting, Le Sueur-Henderson’s new girls basketball captains — senior Lauren Gregersen, junior Halle Bemmels and junior Olivia Fritz — are aiming to lead their teammates to become more proficient than ever.

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With the start of another season of Le Sueur-Henderson boys basketball approaching, the titles of team captains have been passed down to a close group of four who have played basketball together since elementary school: junior Zach Berndt, junior Dominic Drent, senior Ethan Steiger and senio…

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Keely Olness is hopeful that Minnesota River’s easy-peasy 6-2 win over visiting Windom Area on Tuesday will segway the Bulldogs’ from two-straight losses last week to a strong showing against rival New Ulm this coming Thursday.

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Another year of basketball marks another opportunity for student athletes to rise up as leaders. For the Tri-City United girls basketball team, those leaders are seniors Erica Jackson and Grace Factor and junior Sam Lang.

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With Waconia coming to town on Thursday, the Minnesota River girls hockey team had a chance to get off to a 4-0 start, but the Wildcats scored three first-period goals en route to a 3-1 final.

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