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Brianna Koop
Brianna Koop
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 2:09 PM
As the Trojan girls enter the final month of regular season play, lead scorer Brianna Koop and her teammates started their February games off with a road win against Fillmore Central.

  • Wrestlers closes regular  season with a near win
    Thanks to the Groundhog Day snowstorm, the LARP wrestling team had only one dual this week, as they closed out their regular season. LARP suffered a close loss at the hands of Caledonia, as they fell 38-32.

  • Trojan boys split two non-conference games
    The R-P Trojans played back to back non-conference home games this week to mixed results. They dropped their game with neighboring Spring Grove, then bounced back for a win over Cannon Falls.

  • Koop scores 21 to lead Trojans over FC
    As the Trojan girls enter the final month of regular season play, lead scorer Brianna Koop and her teammates started their February games off with a road win against Fillmore Central.

  • Back-to-back wins for Trojan boys
    Matt Culhane and Noah Carlson had two strong games last weekend as they helped propel the Trojans to consecutive wins over La Crescent and Crestwood of Cresco, Iowa.

  • LARP loses to PEM 58-16
    The Screamin’ Eagles wrestling team has not had a fortuitous 2016, as they remain winless in the new year. On Jan. 29, Plainview-Elgin-Millville bested LARP 58-16. LARP had three winners for the night, Sam Puetz, McCoy Tekautz, and Justin Mueller.

  • Trojan girls top Houston, La Crescent
    The Rushford-Peterson Trojan girls basketball team scored back-to-back home wins on Jan. 28 and 29, as they prepare to wrap up their season with a strong late-season push.

  • Trojan girls break six game losing streak

    The ladies basketball team suffered their first substantial loss at the hands of state-ranked Plainview-Elgin-Millville on Jan. 19, but lost by eight to Caledonia. On Friday night, the Trojans snapped a six game losing streak, beating Lanesboro by nearly double their points followed by a convincing win over Lewiston-Altura at parent’s night on Monday night.

  • Larps struggle in recent matchups

    The Screamin’ Eagles couldn’t manage a win against Dover-Eyota or Waconia on Friday night at the Dover-Eyota Triangular.

  • R-P Trojan boys battle top teams

    The Rushford-Peterson boys basketball team picked up an easy TRC win and then lost to two of the top rated teams in the state in Class A and Class AA this week.

  • Falling behind early in the contest, the Rushford-Peterson Trojan girls could not muster enough for a comeback win, as they lost at St. Charles 52-40 on the road last Friday night. The Trojans had a hard time shutting down St. Charles’ Carolyn Shanahan, lead scorer for the Saints with 20 points. R-P is currently 1-4 in January with their only win coming against Kingsland.

  • Trojan boys fall by four to state-ranked Saints

    The R-P Trojans played two weekend games to mixed results on Jan. 15 and 16. Last Friday they hosted the number-six state-ranked St. Charles Saints, who came into the game sporting a 13-1 record. The visiting Saints topped the Trojans in a nail-biter 54-50. The following day the Trojans traveled to La Crosse and trounced Aquinas 43-22.

  • LARP scores win at home, losses on the road

    In their first meet this season in Rushford, the Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson Screamin’ Eagles wrestling team edged out St. Charles 39-33.

  • Trojan girls win one, drop two close games

    The Trojan girls basketball team has had a difficult time winning the close games. The R-P girls currently have a 7-5 record. Four of the five losses they have suffered this season have been within five points. This week, the Trojans racked up two losses and a win. The losses to Chatfield (46-45) and Southland (40-36) saw the Trojans drop those two games by a total of five points.

  • LARP wrestlers top Chatfield; Doerr, Mueller, Rain finish first at Tri-City United Tournament

    Lewiston-Altura-Rushford-Peterson Wrestling Coach Tim Tekautz noted at the beginning of the season the need for some key wrestlers to come off of injuries, so that the Screamin’ Eagles would be able to live up to their full potential. Now that both Josh Doerr and Justin Mueller are back in the ring, it seems as though LARP is prime to do just that.

  • LARP struggles at holiday tournament

    The Lewiston-Altura/Rushford Peterson wrestling team placed 16th out of 19 teams in Division Two at the Bi-State Classic Tournament held in La Crosse on Dec. 29 and 30. The Screamin’ Eagles scored 59 points and placed far behind first place finisher Ellsworth, Wis. with 274 points.


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