Up against a strong opponent, the Tri-City United girls basketball team (9-17) ended its season Feb. 24 after falling to Glencoe-Silver Lake (14-13).
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 Feb 21 and 22.
The Tri-City United girls basketball team earned a big win on Tuesday, Feb. 19. The Giants traveled to NRHEG were they routed the opposing team 80-55.
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.
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The Tri-City United boys basketball showed Belle Plaine just how much they’ve improved over the season Feb. 18. While the Titans didn’t walk away with a win, the boys more than doubled their output in a 79-57 loss as compared to their last meeting, in which TCU scored just 24 points.
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.
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.
The No. 3 seeded Tri-City United boys wrestling team (18-5) claimed their first victory Thursday on what they hope is the road to the state tournament.
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.
Wednesday, Feb. 5 was a momentous day for Tri-City United athletics, as six of its senior athletes took the next step in their sporting careers.
The Tri-City United boys basketball team (1-20) faced some tough competition in Zumbrota-Mazeppa on Tuesday. While the Titans fought hard, the opposition put up a solid defense and stumped TCU 84-35.
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 wrestling team triumphed at the St. James Area wrestling triangular Feb. 6. The Titans swept the competition, besting St. James Area 58-10 and Windom-Mountain Lake.
There are are only two weeks left in the basketball season for Holy Cross Catholic School in Webster. Weekend tournaments have been keeping the girls and boys teams busy these last couple weeks.
It was a real nail biter for the Tri-City United girls basketball team on Tuesday, Feb. 4. The Titans racked up an impressive score, but Zumbrota-Mazeppa clinched a 79-72 win.
The Tri-City United wrestling team found itself surrounded by high-ranking teams at the St. Peter quad on Tuesday, Feb. 4, but the Titans still managed a win. The Titans knocked out St. Peter 43-23, but fell to Scott West 33-23 and Blue Earth Area 40-30.
The Tri-City United boys basketball team (1-17) had one of their most competitive games yet, but unfortunately it wasn’t enough for the boys to collect a win. On Monday, Feb. 3, the Titans dropped 73-51 to Sibley East.
The Tri-City United girls basketball team (7-13) put up a solid defense against Glencoe-Silver Lake, but it wasn’t enough for the Titans to earn the win. On Monday, Feb. 3, Glencoe-Silver Lake defeated TCU 56-48.
Emma Seaver and Anna Pavlo both scored hat tricks as the Minnesota River Bulldogs ended the regular season with an 8-2 win Monday at Worthington.
Scoring four goals in the last period, the Minnesota River Bulldogs boys hockey team rallied from a 6-4 deficit to win an 8-6 shootout over Waseca Tuesday at Le Sueur Community Center.
Victory was tantalizingly close for the Tri-City United girls basketball team Thursday, but in the final moments of the game, Southwest Christian broke a 46-46 tie to win 48-46.
The Tri-City United wrestling team turned a tight match into a resounding victory. In the last quarter of Thursday's meet against Watertown Mayer, the Titans collected a string of four pins to rack up a final score of 44-18.
The Minnesota River Conference has been named the inaugural winner of the Minnesota State High School League Sportsmanship Award. The MSHSL gives this award to an individual or group in Minnesota recognizing feats of sportsmanship. The award is monthly and sponsored by Wells Fargo.
In a key Big South Conference game, the Minnesota River Bulldogs girls hockey team defeated Marshall 5-2 on Tuesday to move into a tie for third place with the Tigers.
First-year sophomore goalie Mitch Kotek earned the first shutout of his career as the Minnesota River Bulldogs boys hockey team blanked host Worthington 3-0 in a make-up game on Monday.
With a flurry of first-place finishes, the Tri-City United wrestling team earned a well-deserved second place at the Minnesota River Conference tournament Jan. 25 at Belle Plaine. The team went up against four other schools and all of the Titans performed well, with every TCU competitor plac…
Fighting to the end, the Minnesota River Bulldogs scored twice in the last 6 minutes to defeat Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato 2-1 for the second time this season Saturday afternoon at Le Sueur Community Center.
The Tri-City United girls basketball team (5-10) felt the heat Jan. 20 when they took on one of the toughest teams in their section. With a record of 11-3, the Medford Tigers continued their winning streak by defeating the Titans 61-44.
The Tri-City United wrestling team had an adept night Tuesday, Jan. 14. At the Hutchinson wrestling triangular the Titans defeated Delano 49-24 and came close to an additional victory, losing to Hutchinson by only 32-30.
It’s been a long time coming for the Tri-City United boys basketball team (1-12), but on Tuesday, Jan. 14 the boys finally had reason to celebrate. The Titans faced Shattuck-St. Mary’s and took home their first win of the season in a resounding 65-31 victory.
The Giants and Titans boys basketball teams collided Jan. 10 on Tri-City United’s turf. Though TCU came close to upending Le Sueur-Henderson’s lead, it was ultimately the Giants’ game to win.
The Tri-City United wrestling team continued its accomplished season Jan. 7 at the Maple River quad. The Titans triumphed over Westfield and Saint Clair-Mankato Loyola while falling to Maple River.
The Tri-City United boys basketball team had a disappointing night Tuesday, Jan. 7. The Titans traveled to Southwest Christian where they were overwhelmed 78-27.
A strong comeback fell just short for the Minnesota River Bulldogs Saturday as Big South Conference leader Marshall held on for a 3-2 boys hockey victory at Red Baron Arena.
In a close girls hockey battle for third place in the Big South Conference, the Marshall Tigers edged the Minnesota River Bulldog 2-1 on Saturday at Red Baron Arena.
Over eight hours, 10 schools and 109 wrestlers fought for their chance at victory at the Tri-City United wrestling invite Saturday, Jan. 4. Amid the fray, the Titans emerged as third-place victors with 161 points and 13 wrestlers placing in the top five of their weight class.
It was win after win after win for the Titans wrestling team Jan. 2. Tri-City United faced off against Hastings, East Ridge and Hudson in a New Richland quad and won all three meets.
The Tri-City United girls basketball team came out of its home tournament Friday and Saturday Dec. 27-28 with a needed win. The Titans trounced Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton Dec. 27 with a 64-38 win but fell to a more challenging Waterville-Elysian-Morristown team 56-44.
While the results of Tri-City United boys basketball home tournament consisted of two losses for the team, the Titans improved their performance from previous games.
For the Titans in 2019, it was a year of broken records, state qualifiers, conference championships and even a new soccer program. Here are some of the top sports stories of the year.