It was a close game between the Tri-City United football team and Norwood Young America on Wednesday, Oct. 16 at NYA. Though the Titans had a strong start, the Raiders took the game 18-6.
The Le Sueur-Henderson/Tri-City United volleyball match went in the Giants' favor Oct. 15 at Le Sueur. The Giants came out on top 3-0, earning the team the No. 2 seed in the Section 2A South Subsection, while the Titans were placed at No. 4 following the recent loss.
Crown College head cross country coach Bill Braunger didn't know why his No. 4 runner, Vicky Flores, came in fourth in the St. Olaf College Invitational on Sept. 21 in Northfield.
The joint Tri-City United/Le Sueur-Henderson girls swim and dive team faced some tough competition at the Section 2A True Team meet Saturday, Oct. 12 at Veterans Memorial Community Center in Inver Grove Heights. Though the girls came in last out of eight teams competing, they obtained a few …
The Tri-City United volleyball team faced off against both NRHEG and Belle Plaine this week. The Titans played a strong game on Monday, Oct. 7, losing a narrow 3-2 match to NRHEG. However, on Thursday, Oct. 10, TCU was swept by Belle Plaine 3-0.
The Le Sueur-Henderson girls cross country team obtained a top three finish Tuesday, Oct. 8, though the boys fell behind. At a Jordan cross country meet, the Giants' girls took third out of eight schools competing and the boys placed 10th out of 11.
Greta Nesbit was the only Le Sueur-Henderson Giant that had the day she wanted Thursday, Oct. 10 at the Section 2A individual girls tennis tournament at Gustavus Adolphus College.
The Tri-City United cross country teams had plenty of reasons to celebrate Tuesday, Oct. 8. Both the boys and girls team placed second and fourth respectively at the Alden meet, while senior Austin Antony won the boys 5k.
The first-ever season of the Tri-City United boys soccer team came to a close Monday, Oct. 8. The Titans were bested 3-1 by Albert Lea in the first round of the Section 2A tournament. For a new team, the Titans pulled out a respectable 2-2 record this season.
The Tri-City United/Le Sueur-Henderson joint girls swim and dive team took home its second consecutive victory of the season. At a Tuesday, Oct. 8 home meet against Mounds Park Academy, TCU/LS-H swam to the top 77-65.
The Le Sueur-Henderson volleyball team dropped a pair of road matches this week, losing 3-1 to Mankato East on Tuesday and 3-0 to NOrwood-Young America on Thursday
Running through puddles from recent rains, the Mankato Loyola/Cleveland boys cross-country team earned another regular season victory Thursday on the Sleepy Eye golf course.
With line coach Matt Miller acting as the middleman, Cleveland 14, Alden-Conger/Glenville-Emmons 12 was based on a promise from the offensive line to head coach Erik Hermanson.
Head coach Bree Meyer is asking around, even going back to Nancy Hanson, who coached the volleyball teams of the late ‘70s, trying to determine if the Clippers were ever before volleyball conference champions.
Le Sueur-Henderson’s homecoming football game did not go the way the team hoped. The Giants (1-5) faced a tough opponent in Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop (5-1), losing 63-0 on Friday, Oct. 4.
Coming off the first win of the season, Tri-City United football coach Ken Helland was expecting his team to come out firing Friday night against Luverne.
The Le Sueur-Henderson Giants girls tennis team swept its way through first round competition in the Section 2A girls tennis playoffs Thursday. The team won all but one of the matches in two sets, during a 7-0 victory over Glencoe Silver Lake.
The Tri-City United volleyball team (2-5) opened strong before being overcome by Jordan (2-4) at the home match Tuesday, Oct. 3. Despite the Titans taking the first set, Jordan swept the next three sets to claim victory.
The Tri-City United girls tennis team’s first playoff match ended in defeat. The Titans fell 7-0 at Rochester Mayo in the opening round of the Section 1AA tournament.
The No. 18 seeded Tri-City United girls soccer team (0-3) will compete in a play-in game Saturday, Oct. 5 at No. 15 Cannon Falls (2-10-1). The winner will play at No. 10 Jordan (5-7-3) Tuesday, Oct. 8, at the 18-team Section 2A Girls Soccer Tournament. The victor of that game will progress t…
The joint Tri-City United/Le Sueur-Henderson girls swim and dive team celebrated its first victory of the season Tuesday, Oct. 1. At a home meet against Lakes International Language Academy, the girls out swam their opponents 82-69.
The Tri-City United girls soccer team was undone in a 10-0 shutout Monday, Oct. 2. While the Titans improved their play over the last season, they were pitted against a more experienced team at the away game against Mayer Lutheran.
The third annual Schoknecht Shootout did not disappoint race fans Sept. 28 at Arlington Raceway. Drivers gave them great racing action in each of the classes to close out the 2019 racing season.
The joint Tri-City United/Le Sueur-Henderson girls swim and dive team collected its fair share of standout races. While the team fell into fifth behind the other competitors, including Bloomington Kennedy, Coon Rapids, New Prague, St. Peter, TCU swim and dive coach Kristen Munden was happy w…
The Tri-City United football team earned its first victory this season Friday, Sept. 27, as the Titans swept Sibley East in a 14-0 away game, moving the team’s record to 1-4.
In a close 3-1 game, the Tri-City United boys soccer team took its first loss this season to Mayer Lutheran at a home game Saturday, Sept. 28, leaving their record at 2-1. Despite the outcome, TCU Coach Carey Langer remains confident in his team’s abilities.
After offensive sparkplug Tyce Shook left the game with a first-quarter injury, and quarterback Alex McCabe followed late in the second, the Clippers fielded a skeleton crew against host Waterville-Elysian-Morristown
With 0-6 Madelia in the Valley Conference cellar and 6-0 Cleveland on its rooftop, Thursday’s road trip for the Clipper volleyball girls was pretty much stress free in a 3-0 triumph.
In a key match-up in determining Section 2AA football seeding, New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva defeated Le Sueur-Henderson 35-16 on Friday at New Richland.
It was a rough week for the Tri-City United volleyball team. Following 3-0 losses to Waseca and Medford on Sept. 23 and 24, the Titans suffered a third 3-0 loss Thursday, Sept. 26 to Mayer-Lutheran.
The joint Tri-City United/Le Sueur-Henderson girls swim team hasn’t produced any victories this season, but the girls have continued to improve. TCU/LS-H’s first home meet of the season was no different. Red Wing came out on top 95-50 on Tuesday, Sept. 24, but TCU/LS-H realized some personal…
The Le Sueur-Henderson cross country teams obtained some split results at the New Prague Invitational Tuesday, Sept. 24. Out of nine competitors, the girls placed in a decent fourth but the boys fell into last.
Tri-City United senior cross country runner Austin Antony took home the gold at the New Prague Invitational Tuesday, Sept. 24. Antony led the Titans boys into an overall third-place finish, while the Titans girls took fifth.
While last year the Cleveland varsity volleyball team lost to Le Sueur-Henderson in five sets, this year it wasn’t as close with the host Giants sweeping the Clippers 3-0.
The Tri-City United girls soccer team is coming up against tough competition in its first season. Twin Cities Academy triumphed over the Titans 6-1 at TCU’s Sept. 23 home.
A relatively small meet on the New Richland golf course on Tuesday followed by a mega meet with several thousand runners in Milaca on Saturday made for a busy week for the Loyola/Cleveland Cross Country team.
Seeing posters outside the Cleveland gym announcing upcoming player milestones, at least a few Alden-Conger fans were skeptical that Taylin Gosch could prop up the 24 set assists she needed for a career 1,000 or that McKenna Robb would smack down the 15 kills required to break the school rec…
The Tri-City United football team had another tough game Friday. In its fourth consecutive loss of the season, the Titans were shut out by Fairmont 41-0.
The Giants girls tennis team made mincemeat of a couple larger schools at a triangular Saturday. LS-H picked up a 6-1 win over Faribault and a 7-0 win over Cannon Falls.