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CHARLIE KRAMBEER struggles to get the rebound over Onalaska’s Jason Henshaw. Krambeer scored 19 points to lead the team to a 59-54 victory. Photos by Dawn Hauge
CHARLIE KRAMBEER struggles to get the rebound over Onalaska’s Jason Henshaw. Krambeer scored 19 points to lead the team to a 59-54 victory. Photos by Dawn Hauge
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Friday, January 23, 2015 7:33 AM
It was a busy week for the Trojan boys as they added four wins to their record, including Coach Tom Vix’s monumental 600th win. Several of these games were blowouts, with the closest game being against Onalaska.
  • Brianna Koop’s free throws were not enough to save the Jan. 13 game against Southland from being a loss, but one third of the Trojans points came from Koop’s free throw shots. 
  • Screamin’ Eagles pull off two triangular wins
    After a slow start for the Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson wrestling team, they seem to have found their footing as they walked away champions in both triangular meets last week. 
  • Trojan boys score 4 wins in one week
    It was a busy week for the Trojan boys as they added four wins to their record, including Coach Tom Vix’s monumental 600th win. Several of these games were blowouts, with the closest game being against Onalaska. 
  • Two out of three ain’t bad
    Over the course of three games, Brianna Koop scored a total of 64 points. This led the Trojans to two victories this week, and one loss to Chatfield. 
  • Five first place finishers boost LARP to second place in tournament
    Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson brought their A-Game to Tri-City United Invited, as they took second place overall with 151 points. The Eagles finished seven points behind New Prague, and finished ahead of seven other teams. 
  • Vix and Krambeer bring Trojans two more wins
    Rushford-Peterson Trojans won two of their three games this week, as the Jan. 8 game against Spring Grove was rescheduled to Jan. 19. 
  • Bunke Racing claims podium finishes at the USXC J&K Marine Beach Bar 200 in Detroit Lakes, Minn. Gabe Bunke, Taylor Bunke, and Spencer Kadlec competed and brought home trophies for Bunke Racing. 
  • Over the winter break, Rushford-Peterson boys basketball team spent their vacation beating out two strong teams to finish the year with back to back wins. 
  • For those who follow sports, there is a saying that has been used to the point of cliche; “there’s no ‘I’ in team.” In the Dec. 23 R-P boys basketball win over Wabasha-Kellogg 14 Trojans ended the game with points on the scoreboard to prove that was true. 
  • Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson wrestling team was hit hard by the 6-1 Caledonia Warriors in their 24-51 loss on Dec. 23. 
  • Last season, Brianna Koop made All-Conference as a freshman. Koop was also the lead scorer for the 2014 season. In the Trojans win against Wabasha-Kellogg on Dec. 23, Koop played like it.

     
  • Accuracy issues plague Trojan girls
    Like the tale of Goldilocks and the three bears, Trojan girls had three very different experiences this week in their games. One game, the loss was too close, in another, the loss was too far out of grasp, and in their only win of the week, the score was just right. 
  • With a now-healthy LARP team, the Screamin’ Eagles scored their first victory of the season against St. Charles on Dec. 18. 
  • Back to back wins, early Christmas present for Trojan boys
    Rushford-Peterson boys bounced back from their first loss of the season with two back to back victories. 
  • Last Saturday, the Screamin’ Eagles from Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson, suffered five forfeits, losing them 30 points in their loss to WEM/JWP 52-24. 
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