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  • Dylan Bathke probably had his best game as a Falcon runner, churning out 190+ yards in 21 carries, and one touchdown.  He left the rest of the 53 points for his teammates as Fillmore Central rolled to a 53-18 victory over neighboring Kingsland.  

     
  • Three Gophers all-conference in cross-country

    “Karen Gomez-Ruiz (third, 16:26.0) and Christian Bance (second, 17:33.3) ran their expected strong races to earn all-conference honors,” said coach Chris Frye.  “Dillon Nolan (19th, 19:11.5) has been progressing nicely all year and had a break-out race to also earn all-conference.” 

     
  • Trojan girls look to playoffs   after consecutive wins
    Back-to-back wins, at La Crescent and home against Dover-Eyota set the R-P Trojan girls up nicely for their last game of the regular season this week. 
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