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A 2-hour bus ride to Prinsburg preceded a 62-17 defeat by host Central Minnesota Christian on Monday for the Cleveland girls basketball team.

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The Tri-City United boys basketball team was overcome by a tough opponent on Monday, Feb. 24. In their first game playing each other this season, Fairmont nearly doubled up on the Titans 72-37.

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Up against a strong opponent, the Tri-City United girls basketball team (9-17) ended its season Monday, Feb. 24 after falling to Glencoe-Silver Lake (14-13).

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Tri-City United has sent four wrestlers to the individuals MSHSL State Wrestling Tournament at the Xcel Energy Center between Feb. 28-29, and the wrestlers now know who they'll be taking on in the first round.

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With all of his 12 points coming after the intermission, Zach Berndt’s 3s down the stretch and in overtime lifted the Le Sueur-Henderson boys from a 17-point first half deficit to a 72-67 win over non-conference host Cleveland on Monday.

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The Le Sueur-Henderson Giants boys basketball team finished off the regular season last week with a pair of Minnsota River Conference road losses on Tuesday to Southwest Christian and Friday to Belle PLline.

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The Tri-City United wrestling team’s months of practice finally paid off. Four Titans, Caleb Whipps, Brody Rud, Riley O’Malley and Jose Reyes are on their way to the state tournament after earning placements in the top two at the Section 2AA Tournament in Hutchinson Friday and Saturday.

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It was a bittersweet ending of the Le Sueur-Henderson wrestling team. The Giants saw unexpected success when four of their wrestlers advanced into the second day of the Section 2A individual tournament at Blue Earth Area. All four placed, but only one wrestler, Dylan Novak, placed higher tha…

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The Tri-City United girls basketball team earned a big win on Tuesday, Feb. 19. The Titans traveled to NRHEG were they routed the opposing team 80-55.

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The Le Sueur-Henderson girls basketball team saw their season-long efforts finally pay off in the playoff game against Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop on Wednesday, Feb. 20. Cutting off the opposing team’s offensive strategy, the Giants commanded the court into a 59-35 victory.

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For the first two periods, No. 4 seeded Mankato East/Loyola dominated the action, out shooting the No. 5 seeded Minnesota River Bulldogs 25-9 and leading 2-0 in the Section 1A boys hockey quarterfinals at All Seasons Arena.

It was a day of big wins and losses for the Le Sueur-Henderson wrestlers at the Section 2A individual tournament Thursday at Blue Earth Area . After their performances Thursday, four Giants wrestlers will return to the mat on Friday for the chance finish third or even second at the tournament.

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Alex Galchenyuk scored the tying goal and the shootout winner as the Minnesota Wild beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-3 on Wednesday night and delivered new coach Dean Evason his first win as an NHL coach.

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LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (AP) — The woman had been waiting for her opportunity for more than an hour, which was no big deal because, technically, she had been waiting 40 years. She went to the Lake Placid Center for the Arts on a frigid night earlier this week with a folder containing a stack of pe…

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Forcing turnovers almost at will, the Le Sueur-Henderson girls basketball team rolled over visiting Cleveland 71-25 on Monday in non-conference girls basketball action. It was the last regular season game for both teams.

The Tri-City United boys basketball showed Belle Plaine just how much they’ve improved over the season at the Titans home game Tuesday, Feb. 18. While the Titans didn’t walk away with a win, the boys more than doubled their score to a 79-57 loss from the last time they faced the Tigers where…

The MN River Bulldogs/St. Peter Youth Hockey Association is hosting the 5th Annual Bulldog Mite Jamboree at the Le Sueur Community Center on Saturday, Feb. 29. Over 300 players and 24 teams from New Prague, Waconia, Mankato, Faribault, New Ulm, Shakopee, Tri-City United and the Bulldogs will…

The Tri-CIty United girls basketball team put up a good fight against Norwood Young America on Friday, Feb. 14, but the opposing team got the upper hand, defeating the Titans 62-50.

In half of their previous eight games — starting with Madelia on Jan. 23 — the Clipper boys were ahead at halftime only to lose at the end.

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With their sights on 2021, the young Cleveland varsity basketball girls have worked hard to improve this season, but as the only senior on the team, Mya Krenik won’t be around next year to enjoy the fruits of their efforts.

The Minnesota River Bulldogs (14-10) are the No. 5 seed in Section 1A boys hockey and will face off against No. 4 seeded Mankato East/Loyola (11-13-1) in the quarterfinals at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb.20 at All Seasons Arena.

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After Fakourou Tandia’s two free throws with 9:02 left in the second half, the Tri-City United boys, although trailing 65-35, had played even with host Le Sueur-Henderson for the first 9 minutes after the intermission.

Minnesota River Bulldogs boys hockey senior wing Charlie Weick had a four-point night (goal and three assists) to earn the 100th point of his career Friday at Blue Mound Arena in Luverne.

The No. 11 seeded Le Sueur-Henderson wrestling team (1-21) closed out its season on Thursday, Feb. 13 after falling to the seeded No. 6 Westfield Razorbacks in the opening round of the Section 2A tournament at Kenyon-Wanamingo. Though the Giants’ wrestlers claimed some victories, the Razorba…

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The No. 3 seeded Tri-City United wrestling team (18-5) claimed their first victory on a hopeful road to the state tournament on Thursday, Feb. 13. Waseca, seeded No. 6, put up a tough fight at the start, but the Titans ran away with the lead and triumphed 54-17 at TCU in Montgomery.

The Tri-City United girls basketball team (8-15) kept Belle Plaine on the ropes on Tuesday, Feb. 11. The Titans had a strong start, claiming a 20-12 lead at halftime over one of the strongest teams in the section. However, the opposing team struck back in the second and bested the Titans 46-35.

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Avenging an earlier season defeat, Mankato Loyola downed the host Cleveland Clipper boys 68-59 on Monday in the first round of the Valley Conference Showcase tournament.

The Tri-City United boys basketball team (1-20) faced some tough competition in Zumbrota Mazeppa on Tuesday, Feb. 11. While the Titans fought hard, the opposition put up a solid defense and stumped TCU 84-35.

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The Tri-City United weightlifting team had a stellar finish at Burnsville with eight athletes standing high atop the podium on Feb. 1. It was well attended with 17 lifters from TCU competing, five of which were first-timers.

It was a momentous day on Wednesday, Feb. 5 for Tri-City United athletics, as the school saw six of its senior athletes take the next step in their sporting careers.

The Le Sueur-Henderson wrestling team didn’t have the night they wanted on Saturday, Feb. 8, as the Giants went toe-to-toe with Maple River, Kimball Area, Sibley East and Trinity at River's Edge, but fell 65-6 to Kimball, and 64-0 to Maple River, 39-9 to Sibley East and 48-9 to Trinity. 

The Tri-City United boys basketball team put up a fight against Southwest Christian but were eventually routed Friday, Feb. 7, as it fell 64-45 to SWC.

The Tri-City United boys basketball team could rack up the points, but unfortunately so could Nicollet. On Thursday, Feb. 6, the Titans were shut down by Nicollet 85-52.

The Tri-City United boys basketball team can rack up the points, but so could Nicollet. On Thursday, Feb. 6, Nicollet shut down the Titans 85-52.

The Tri-City United wrestling team proved triumphant at the St. James Area wrestling triangular on Thursday, Feb. 6. The Titans swept the competition, besting St. James Area 58-10 and Windom-Mountain Lake.

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The Tri-City United weightlifting team had a stellar finish at Burnsville with eight athletes standing high atop the podium on Feb. 1. It was well attended with 17 lifters from TCU competing, five of which were first-timers.

Three Le Sueur-Henderson girls basketball players scored in double digits, but it wasn’t enough as Maple River defeated the Giants 58-47 on Saturday at Mapleton.

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