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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 open with big win

LITTLE SIOUX CONFERENCE: Minneota 1-0; Lac qui Parle Valley 1-0; Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 1-0; Adrian 1-0; Dawson-Boyd 1-0; Lakeview 0-1; MACCRAY 0-1; Murray County Central 0-1; Canby 0-1; Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 0-1.

Minneota opened the season and the Little Sioux Conference with a 62-6 win over Lakeview Thursday night.
In another game, the Vikings arch-rival Dawson-Boyd beat Russell-Tyler-Ruthton, 42-8.
Lac qui Parle Valley beat Murray County Central 27-6; Tracy-Milroy Balaton turned back MACCRAY 40-7 and Adrian thumped Canby, 35-7.  read entire story. . . .

Hennen scores four TD's in opening win

Minneota easily won their opener, 63-6 over Lakeview.
Minneota opened the scoring in the first quarter when Garrett Hennen took a pass from Alec Engler and scrambled 51 yards for the score.
Diego Mesa-Palmer kicked the point and it was a 7-0 game.
The Vikings would two more times in the first quarter and each time Mesa-Palmer kicked the point for a 21-0 first quarter lead.  read entire story. . . .

Volleyball team turns it on at home

“Have you any idea how much better I feel?” laughed Minneota Volleyball Coach Steph Hennen.
Her smile was huge and replaced the worry she had after the North St. Paul game last weekend.  read entire story. . . .

Hole-in-one

Using a four iron, Brian Engler shot a Hole -in-One on Tuesday July 29 at Countryside Golf Course. The shot came on hole  No. 6. Staff Photo by Sue Jacobson.  read entire story. . . .

Saturday's Shootout at the Golf Course

Heidi Boerboom lifted the ball up a hill during one of her rounds.

Saturday's Shootout at the Golf Course

Brian Obe shot the ball toward the green.

Saturday's Shootout at the Golf Course

Dorie Teigland chipped the ball toward the cup.

It's all in the family

It’s all in the family.
Tuesday the Dinius family swept the first cross country meet ever at Cottonwood to help the Canby-Minneota cross country teams win their opening meets.
Natalie Dinius took the girls title and brother Travis won the boys event.  read entire story. . . .

Scoreboard

Baseball
Minneota Amateur Baseball Tournament
State Class C Tournament
At Jordan and Belle Plaine
Second Round
Fort Ripley 9, Blue Earth 6
New Ulm Brewers 1, St.Augusta 0
Sartell Muskies 4, Belle Plaine 0
Jordan 10, Bemidji 1
Howard Lake 3, Waconia 2
St. Patrick 6, Jackson 5
Nisswa 4, Waseca 2
Green Isle 8, Dumont 1
Ada 3, St. Peter 0
Lastrup 6, Owatonna 5
Faribault 4, Luverne 2
New Market 2, Long Prairie 0
Sobieski 3, Maple Lake 1
Fergus Falls 5, Kimball 3
Fairmont 6, St. Martin 1
Games This Week
Saturday, August 30
Fort Ripley vs. Winsted
New Ulm Brewers vs. Sartell
Jordan vs. Howard Lake
St. Patrick vs. Nisswa
Green Isle vs. Ada
Lastrup vs. Faribault
New Market vs. Sobieski
Fergus Falls vs. Fairmont  read entire story. . . .

On The Bench

New season
Hard to believe it’s football, volleyball, cross country season again.
But Thursday night the Minneota Vikings will open their football season against the Lakeview Lakers at home.
The volleyball and cross country teams have already started their 2014 campaigns.
The volleyball team had a rough start, but with so many new players, they will need some time to come together. But chances are good they will come together for another good season.
The football team has high hopes as they wait for the Minnesota High School League to tell them where they will play in the playoffs, Division 1 or 2. The league is waiting until all enrollment numbers are in before making the final pairings.  read entire story. . . .

Garvin Park open for deer hunt archery season

Garvin Park will be open for the deer hunt archery season.
All hunters will be required to obtain a permit from Lyon County Public Works prior to hunting in Garvin Park along with their Minnesota archery license.
Hunting season runs from Sept. 13 through Dec. 31.
Garvin Park permits may be obtained from Park staff from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Public Works building or by calling to make an appointment.
You will need your archery license, photo ID or your license plate numbers for the vehicle or vehicles that you will be driving to the park.
Rules have been put in place that are more restrictive than state law.
The rules will be given out to permitted hunters, as well as being posted in the Park’s information boards.
These rules are subject to change if problems arise so hunters need to check these boards often.

If you have any questions, call Garvin Park at 507-532-8214 or 507-629-4081.

Softball takes center stage

The North, South game is an annual event of the Porter Harvest Fest each year. This year North won the event.
In the regular softball tournament, Country Side Auto won the event. Taking a big swing for Bormans, was Jeremy Blackwelder.  read entire story. . . .

Sixty girls report for volleyball

The Minneota girls volleyball team has 60 girls from grades seven to 12 playing this year.
Coach Steph Hennen said several girls from Ivanhoe joined the team this year.  read entire story. . . .

Harvest of Fun in Porter - Evan Jerzak

Evan Jerzak used a little tongue action for more yards in the kids tractor pull.

Harvest of Fun in Porter - Silage Operation

Kenny Hennen, directed the silage operation.

Harvest of Fun in Porter - Hannah Stokes

Tiny Hannah Stokes was a bubble machine at the kids carnival.

Harvest of Fun in Porter - Kathy & Tom DeSmet

Kathy and son Tom DeSmet raced through the horse show during one of the events at the Porter Traildusters Saddle Club arena.

Harvest of Fun in Porter - Hadley Noyes

Eating the chalk instead of using it on the sidewalk was Hadley Noyes.
Winners in the Chalk Drawing contest were:
           Age 9-12
Most Colorful: Morgan Noyes
Most Creative: Madalyn Schoneman
           Age 5-8
Most Colorful: Ellie Dybsetter
Most Creative: Emma Winter
          Ages 0-4
Most Colorful:  Melodie Schafer
Most Creative: Hayden Noyes

Bliss hired as JV basketball coach

Canby may be Minneota’s chief rival in the world of high school sports.
But Canby has now provided Minneota with its new Junior Varsity Boys Basketball Coach.  read entire story. . . .

Coach Les Engler  officially added

After being an assistant coach for years, Les Engler is finally an official member of the Minneota Vikings football team.
The Minneota School Board last week approved an additional coach for the 2014 season due to the large numbers (about 58 players) out for the sport.  read entire story. . . .