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The Kenyon-Wanamingo volleyball team opens its season 7 p.m. in Edina vs. Caledonia in a potential Section 1A championship preview.

After just one day of practice, the Kenyon-Wanamingo football program is leaving things better than where it found it.

The season came to a close for the Kenyon-Wanamingo American Legion Post 78 baseball team on a sweltering day in Plato.

The Stewartville-Racine Sharks were the last team to beat the Wanamingo Jacks over a month ago. They weren't the team to end the Jacks' win streak.

Kenyon-Wanamingo American Legion baseball earned a split with Randolph Tuesday in Wanamingo.

Back in June, the Minnesota State High School League’s Board of Directors approved adding a third class to cross country and soccer as well as a fourth class to volleyball beginning in the 2021-22 school year.

After a fast offensive finish to a tournament up in Ely the week prior, the Kenyon-Wanamingo Post 78 American Legion team couldn’t heat up the bats Tuesday, June 25 vs. Goodhue, Bellechester Post 598.

After a pitcher’s duel in the first game of the Ely DQ Grill & Chill Tournament, K-W Post 78 American Legion baseball got the bats going the rest of the way.

The 2018-19 Minnesota State High School League season came to a close last week with the final state tournament in baseball.

The Wanamingo Jacks outscored opponents 17-4 en route to three wins over four days to sweep through and win the Josh Harrison Memorial Tournament at John Burch Park in Cannon Falls.

In the high school season, Kenyon-Wanamingo baseball allowed Zumbrota-Mazeppa’s offense to run wild, collecting 16 runs in the two games the teams split.

The Kenyon-Wanamingo High School varsity trap shooting team took 28th place out of 33 in Class 3A of the Minnesota High School Clay Target League Trap Shooting Championship Tuesday, June 11 in Alexandria.

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