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The K-W Knights’ wrestling team was in Hayfield on Tuesday evening for a dual against the Westfield Razorbacks. The two teams traded blows early on, with five lead changes on the scoreboard, but K-W’s Jaedin Johnson, Danny VanEpps and Tyler Craig put the Knights ahead for good by pinning thr…

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After a week off, the K-W girls basketball team returned to action Tuesday evening with a home game against Byron, but the game didn’t go the way the Knights were hoping, as the Bears came into Kenyon and blasted the Knights, winning by a score of 61-35.

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After mostly competing in tournaments over the last few weeks, the K-W wrestling team was back in Kenyon on Thursday evening for a dual with Goodhue.

Two groups of Knights battled each other Friday evening in Kenyon when the Kenyon-Wanamingo girls basketball team hosted Kingsland. When the dust settled, K-W was the victor by a score of 63-50.

K-W’s boys basketball team struggled on the road Thursday evening against Randolph, with the Rockets holding the Knights to just 19 points in the first half and ultimately cruising to a 75-44 victory.

The K-W Knights’ girls basketball team relied on its defense to pull away from the Randolph Rockets in the second half of their Thursday evening clash, ultimately winning by a score of 57-40.

K-W’s boys basketball team had won three in a row heading into Tuesday evening’s home game against Triton, but the Knights were unable to extend their streak to four, as the Cobras prevailed by a score of 75-61.

The K-W girls basketball team returned to action Tuesday evening after more than a week off. The Knights were hoping for better results against the Triton Cobras, but Triton turned its 10-point lead at the half into a 15-point win, defeating K-W by a score of 71-56.

The Kenyon-Wanamingo boys basketball team put on an offensive showcase Friday evening against Hope Academy. The Knights scored 47 points in each half and ended up blasting Hope Academy by a score of 94-71.

The Kenyon-Wanamingo boys basketball team found itself in the middle of a 5-game slide heading into winter break, but the Knights responded in the best way possible by winning the Tri-City United basketball tournament on Saturday.

The Kenyon-Wanamingo Knights’ wrestling team was one of more than a dozen high schools that wrestled in Eau Claire, Wisconsin on Saturday morning in the Old Abe Holiday Duals. The Knights competed against a number of teams from both Wisconsin and Minnesota and were the top team in the bunch,…

The Kenyon-Wanamingo girls basketball team was in Hayfield on Friday and Saturday, first for a game against Lyle-Pacelli and then for a game against Blooming Prairie. The games were part of the Hayfield Holiday tournament, a 4-team tournament that also included the home team, the Hayfield Vikings.

After the tough loss against Zumbrota-Mazeppa on Tuesday, Dummer and the rest of the Knights were smiling after Friday’s game, a 54-50 victory on the road against Cannon Falls.


The Kenyon-Wanamingo wrestling team followed up its strong Dec. 14 showing with another impressive outing Thursday evening, when the Knights hosted Class A’s No. 12 team Dover-Eyota and Triton in a triangular.

The first half of the game went pretty well for the Knights’ boys basketball team as they found themselves down by just seven at halftime. But Zumbrota-Mazeppa outscored KW by 17 in the second half and ended up winning comfortably by a score of 74-50.

The KW girls basketball team had a busy week with three games. The first two games didn’t go the way they hoped, as the Knights fell to Goodhue on Tuesday and lost to Lake City on Thursday. But the week ended on a high note when KW hosted Avail Academy on Friday and dominated in a 71-24 victory.

The Knights’ wrestling team is having a very impressive season. Kenyon was the site of the Dave Mauseth Invitational on Saturday, where the Knights hosted teams from Medford, Burnsville, Rochester John Marshall, Columbia Heights, and Shakopee.

The Kenyon-Wanamingo boys basketball team had a busy week with games against Goodhue on Tuesday, against Class 2A No. 2 Lake City on Thursday, and against Lewiston-Altura on Saturday as part of the HVL-TRC Showdown at the Rochester Civic Center.

The Knights’ wrestling team is having an impressive start to the season. Kenyon was the site of the Dave Mauseth Invitational on Saturday, where the Knights hosted teams from Medford, Burnsville, Rochester John Marshall, Columbia Heights and Shakopee.

The Knights’ girls basketball team is in the midst of a tough stretch of games, as evident by Thursday’s 73-29 defeat on the road against Lake City. KW fell to 1-5 on the year while Lake City surged to 6-1.

After a 2-0 start to the season, the Kenyon-Wanamingo boys basketball team has hit a couple road bumps, and the latest was a big one, as they got blasted by the Lake City Tigers, 91-41, on Thursday. The Tigers (4-0) stayed perfect on the year thanks to a dynamic offense, and clearly showed w…

Goodhue hosted Kenyon-Wanamingo Tuesday and the home team came out on top, 58-36. For the Knights it was their first loss of the season, as they dropped to 2-1. KW scored 60 points and 58 points in its first two games, but the Knights’ offense never got into much of a rhythm against the Wildcats.

Following the season-opening win against Stewartville, K-W head coach Nathan Lexvold was already anticipating the strong competition K-W would face Saturday at Chisago Lakes High School, which included Minnesota wrestling powerhouse Foley as well as St. Croix Falls out of Wisconsin and the h…


Kenyon-Wanamingo hosted Stewartville for a wrestling duel on Thursday evening, and the results were pretty lopsided in favor of the Knights. KW won 10 of the 14 matches against Stewartville en route to a dominating 55-21 win.

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.

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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