The Kenyon-Wanamingo boys basketball team is two-for-two so far this season as the Knights topped Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton on the road Thursday by a score of 58-49. KW will play next on Dec. 10 in its first conference game of the season at Goodhue, which is also 2-0 to start the season.

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The Kenyon-Wanamingo girls’ basketball team hosted the Waterville-Elysian-Morristown Buccaneers in Kenyon Monday and while the Knights looked strong throughout the first half, they were unable to keep pace with the Buccaneers in the second half and ultimately fell by a score of 64-45.

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A battle between two teams looking for their first win of the season turned out to not be much of a battle at all, with Kenyon-Wanamingo Girls Basketball easily besting Faribault Bethlehem Academy, 51-30.

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Looking to build off a 12th-place finish as a seventh-grader and an eighth-place mark as an eighth-grader, Zumbrota-Mazeppa/Kenyon-Wanamingo freshman Natasha Sortland faltered in the later stages of Saturday’s Class A cross country state championships.

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After winning the Hiawatha Valley League Conference Championship, Zumbrota Mazeppa/Kenyon-Wanamingo’s Natasha Sortland put the icing on the cake, winning the Section 1A Girls’ Cross Country Championship Thursday at the Northern Hills Golf Course in Rochester.

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While the youthful Zumbrota Mazeppa/Kenyon-Wanamingo cross country teams aren’t projected to finish at the top of the MSHSL Section 1A Championships on Thursday, finishing strong is always a realistic and attainable goal.

There comes a point in the year when the sense of urgency amongst a team increases, and that’s typically around the playoffs. For the Class A No. 6 Kenyon-Wanamingo (18-9) volleyball team, the sense of urgency has been there all season, probably because it’s most of the girls’ last shot.

The Knights’ struggles against Goodhue continued Wednesday, Oct. 16, as the Wildcats surged past Kenyon-Wanamingo for a 32-7 victory.

On a cold, windy night with sleet falling from the sky, one could predict Friday’s matchup between Kenyon-Wanamingo and Medford would be low-scoring. And those people would have predicted correctly.

For Kenyon-Wanamingo, it was always going to be a tough task to upset Class A No. 2 Blooming Prairie. On Friday, the Blossoms made sure that held true.

The fifth class ever to be honored, this year’s Kenyon-Wanamingo High School Sports Hall of Fame inductees included KHS alums Ray Strandemo, Danny Quam, Lawrence Picha, Jeff Schoenfelder, Bruce Vermilyea, as well as Wanamingo alumni Roger Hostager, Kyle Wallaker.

Kenyon-Wanamingo had plans to snap a two-game losing streak and send fans home happy on homecoming Friday. Unfortunately, Bethlehem Academy (2-3 overall, 1-1 conference) had other ideas, racking up 319 yards and three touchdowns on the ground and en route to their first Mid Southeast White d…

It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish, and Class A No. 8 Kenyon-Wanamingo finished with a bang in Thursday’s homecoming volleyball win over Byron.

Competing at the varsity level for the first year is no easy task. The Triton/Kenyon-Wanamingo/Hayfield boys soccer team (0-5-1) had scored in every match before a tough Byron team blanked the T/K-W/H Cobras 6-0 Sept. 17 in Byron.

For the second straight week, Kenyon-Wanamingo spotted its opponent a two-score lead in the first half. For the second straight week, K-W didn’t stop playing.

The Zumbrota-Mazeppa/Kenyon-Wanamingo cross country team was at Pine Island’s invitational Thursday.

There was no sand to be found at Van Orsow Auditorium, but conditions were befitting of beach volleyball in Tuesday's Section 1A regular season matchup. released its QRF mathematical rankings for the first time this fall on Sept. 16. QRF rankings are often a factor, if not an outright determinant, for section playoff seeding depending on sport and section.

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