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Big plays and kick streak in 63-6 win

There were a lot of Minneota touchdowns in the 63-6 win over Russell-Tyler-Ruthton on Friday at Tayler.
But the most memorable was a 90-yard kickoff return touchdown by senior Andrew Behnke to start the second half and a 61-yard run by Brock Buysse — who scored a touchdown on his birthday.
Also memorable from Friday's game were the nine straight point-after touchdown kicks by Diego Mesa-Palmer, who no has 26 straight kicks this year without a miss.  read entire story. . . .

Vikings outrun Jaguars, 3-0

Just about every bit of energy she had was expended on coaching the Minneota volleyball team.
Coach Steph Hennen, who missed last Tuesday's game, sat on the bench after a 3-0 Viking win over the Renville County West Jaguars and simply said, "I am so tired. I just want to go home."
She was determined to coach the 25-13; 25-16 and 25-15 win that vaulted Minneota to 4-0 in the Camden Conference and boosted their record to 8-3 on the year.  read entire story. . . .

Vikings turn back previously unbeated Blackjacks

Like a United States border guard border guard patrolling the fence, Minneota's Taylor Reiss guarded her domain Thursday night.
Her 33 kills, 24 digs and nine of nine serving explained her tenacity in a 25-20; 25-23 and 25-21 win over previously undefeated Dawson-Boyd
"She's kind of a perfectionist," said Coach Steph Hennen. Despite knocking down 33 of the 55 balls she shot back her opponents, Reiss wasn't quite satisfied with her performance, the coach indicated.  read entire story. . . .

Runners capture Tracy titles

Canby-Minneota cross country runenrs captured both the boys’ and girls’ titles at Tracy on Thursday.
The undefeated boys’ team had their top five runners place in the top 11.
Travis Dinius won the event in 18 minutes with Anthony Wollum fourt; McKinley Johansen and brother Mitchel seventh and ninth and Josue Leos in 11th place.  read entire story. . . .

Viking football back in Division A

The Minnesota State High School League has placed Minneota football back in Division Class A for the 2014 playoff season,
However, they did move the Vikings from Section 5 to Section 3.
Teams in Section 3 include: Adrian, Minneota, Murray County Central, Red Rock Central, St. Clair, Tracy-Milroy-Balaton and United South Central.  read entire story. . . .

Penalty ridden game is 56-13 win

The yellow flag came flying toward the Minneota line and landed where everyone could see it.
Then it soared again, and again and again.
Twelve times the referees dropped the penalty flag against Minneota. They paced off 120 yards and in so doing, altered the game considerably.  read entire story. . . .

Sub-coach gets first win

Illness kept Coach Steph Hennen at home — but her presence was felt by assistant coaches who took her calls throughout Minneota’s 25-17; 25-16 and 25-15 sweep of Canby Tuesday night.
“She was on the phone to me,” chuckled assistant Coach Sarah Stassen.  read entire story. . . .

Runners second at Marshall

Canby-Minneota’s girls and boys’ cross country teams captured the Tracy Invitational last week and finished second in the larger meet at Marshall on Monday.
Marshall won the boys meet 44-89 over the Lancers and took the girls meet by 42 points over Canby-Minneota.  read entire story. . . .

Scoreboard

Games This Week
Friday, September 5, 7 p.m.
Minneota vs. Lac qui Parle Valley at Madison
Tracy-Milroy-Balaton at Adrian
Russell-Tyler-Ruthton vs. Lakeview at Cottonwood
Dawson-Boyd vs. MACCRAY at Maynard
Murray County Central at Canby

Minneota 63, Lakeview 6
Lakeview .....................................0   6   0   0  —   6
Minneta .......................................21 14 28 0  — 63  read entire story. . . .

On The Bench - Johnston gets 100th Career Win

Coach Chad Johnston received his 100th career win as a Head  Football Coach on Thursday Night against Lakeview.
The head coach has had a very memorable career and gaining 100 wins is no easy matter.
And he’s done it in such a short time.
Some coaches take 20 to 25 years to win 100 games.
Having state champion and state runnerup teams doesn’t hurt one single bit.
The 63-6 win over Lakeview is one in a long line of one-sided games the coach has won as head coach of the Minneota Vikings.
And I don’t think he’s lost more than one home game in all the years he’s been coaching in Minneota.
Congratulations Coach Johnston. This is a great accomplishment.

Happy runners

Crossing the finish line at the Bug Run on Saturday, with smiles on their faces were Julia Sauder (left) and Maria VanKeulen.

Anundson wins 5K at Bug Run

“I’ve been running alot lately,” said Jack Anundson. He won the Men’s 5K Bug Run on Saturday amongst a varied group of runners.
Hendricks runner Tim Fryer repeated as 10K champ with Josue Leos of Minneota, a cross country runner, right behind him. Bennett Bot of Cottonwood was third.  read entire story. . . .

Vikings shoot down Eagles

When you’re in a battle and you’ve got a canon —  use it!
The Minneota girls’ volleyball team has Taylor Reiss and she shot some mighty hard kills at Lac qui Parle Valley Tuesday night enroute to a 25-10; 25-17 and 25-12 win over Lac qui Parle Valley.  read entire story. . . .

Vikings 11th at Marshall Tournament

Minneota was 3-2 at the Molten Southwest Challenge in Marshall last weekend and took 11th place in the huge tournament.
Their record is now 6-3 on the year.  read entire story. . . .