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STATE CHAMPIONS!!!!!!!

Minneota won it's fifth state championship Saturday and second in the last five years when they defeated Dawson-Boyd, 28-14 to complete a perfect, 13-0 season.  read entire story. . . .

Winning the BIG one!

Celebrating as they came off the field as state champions were Alec and Nathan Bueltel, Matt Myhre (back), Matt Knutson and Jordan Twedt.  read entire story. . . .

We're No. 1

Senior Matt Knutson hoisted the No. 1 sign after Minneota won the state championship, 28-14 over Dawson-Boyd.
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Mates!

Arm-in-Arm after the victory were Dylan Tolk and Brock Buysse. They won a state championship on Saturday, 28-14 over Dawson-Boyd and were enjoying the moment.  read entire story. . . .

WELCOME HOME CHAMPS!

Fans packed the Minneota gymnasium Saturday night to welcome home their State Champion Vikings.  read entire story. . . .

Fancy running

Bryce Bruner took off downfield with Dawson-Boyd's Noah Stelter in hot pursuit.  read entire story. . . .

Leave 'em in your dust, Garrett!

Garrett Hennen left them sprawled on the turf as he scampered for yards against Dawon-Boyd's defense, including Donny Bothun (9).  read entire story. . . .

Taste of victory

Cole Hennen, who broke the game open with a dazzling 51-yard run late in the game, was congratulated by assistant Coach Steve Sussner. Minneota Beat Dawson-Boyd, 28-14.  read entire story. . . .

Win was Johnston's second in five years

Coach Chad Johnston was interviewed on TV after he won his second state title in five years. The other came in 2009.  read entire story. . . .

WE WON!

Dylan Tolk tossed his arms into the air and Joey Buller grabbed him as they celebrated the Vikings state championship on Saturday. Tanner Differding is to the left. Minneota beat Dawson-Boyd, 28-14.  read entire story. . . .

ON THE BENCH: Legacies at state tourney

Talk about a huge impact on football in the state of Minnesota. Few have made the impact Minneota and Dawson-Boyd have made.
Minneota’s contribution:
1985
1986 State Champion
1987 State Champion
1988 State Champion  read entire story. . . .

Reiss signs to play Division 1

Wednesday morning Taylor Reiss signed a “letter of intent” to play college volleyball next year for the Division 1 South Dakota State Jackrabbits.
“I always dreamed about Division 1,” said Reiss. And it’s near my hometown so my family can come and I’ll have lots of home town support,” she added.
A good part of the student body showed up to cheer her on and Reiss said, “I didn’t expect so many people here.”
She expects to start in June with training and practices. “They’ve been struggling,” she said of the Jackrabbits. “I hope I can help them improve,” she said.
The fact Brookings is just 45 minutes from home was big draw for Reiss.

Kack captains Macalester Scots

Despite winning only nine games total in two years on the Macalester women's basketball team, Katelyn Kack's voice sounded excited and confident.
“I think we're going to have a pretty good team this year,” she said, optimistically. “We're going to be young and not very tall, but we're going to push the ball upcourt and that's how we played in high school. I really like that style.”  read entire story. . . .

Megan Larson runs the show

It's not easy for a freshman to break into a lineup in college.
But Megan Larson has adapted quickly to the rapid-pace of Division II volleyball and developed into a solid setter for the Southwest Minnesota State University Mustangs.
Larson began the season sharing setting duties in a 6-2 offense with junior setter Emilee Gutzmer, but became the lone setter in a 5-1 offense seven matches ago.  read entire story. . . .

Kockelman earns first-team, all-region

The College of Saint Benedict volleyball team opens its NCAA Tournament run against UW-Stevens Point Thursday night, but two members of the team got exciting news Thursday morning.
Senior right-side hitter Lexi Rinde and senior setter Taya Kockelman earned AVCA All-Central Region First Team honors, it was announced Thursday morning by the AVCA.  read entire story. . . .