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R-P/H’s Harry Chiglo hands off the baton during the 4x100 relay to Micah Schutte at the Dover-Eyota Invitational last week. Photos by Sam Clemens
R-P/H’s Harry Chiglo hands off the baton during the 4x100 relay to Micah Schutte at the Dover-Eyota Invitational last week. Photos by Sam Clemens
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Wednesday, May 25, 2016 3:47 PM
The R-P/H track team finished the season with a younger group that excluded some of the season’s top performers, including: Noah Carlson, Matt Culhane, Anna Sweet, and Ashley Agrimson at the Dover-Eyota Invitational last week.

  • At the Three Rivers Conference Golf Meet on May 19 at Willow Creek Golf Course, the Rushford-Peterson boys placed fourth out of 12 teams.

  • Rushford-Peterson softball season play coming to a close
    The R-P softball team ended their regular season with a win and three losses. They finished the regular season with a record of 4-16. The Trojans received the number eight seed in the Sub-section 1A tournament. 

  • Strong win and close loss ends regular season for R-P baseball
    The Trojan baseball team ended their regular season play with a win against Houston and a close loss to Caledonia. They have earned the number 6 seed in the upcoming sub-section tournament. On May 26, they will face off against number three seeded Lewiston-Altura. The game will be at 5 p.m. at L-A.

  • R-P/H track teams prepare for subsections
    The R-P/H track team finished the season with a younger group that excluded some of the season’s top performers, including: Noah Carlson, Matt Culhane, Anna Sweet, and Ashley Agrimson at the Dover-Eyota Invitational last week.

  • Trojan golfers earn TRC Title
    The Rushford-Peterson golfers earned the Three Rivers Conference title last week after some strong performances, particularly at the four way meet on May 10 and on Monday night’s meet against LaCrescent.

  • The Rushford-Peterson baseball team snapped their losing streak with a narrow win over L-A in Rushford last Thursday, May 12. After L-A had a home run in the top of the first inning, the Cardinals were up two runs.

  • The R-P softball team remains winless in May. Their last win was against Plainview-Elgin-Millville on April 26. After the two losses suffered in the last week, the Trojans are currently sitting at a 3-13 record.

  • R-P/H battles in true team, conference meets
    The Rushford-Peterson/Houston boys and girls track teams fought hard in some large competitions last week. On May 10, R-P/H hosted the Section 1A True Team event, a competition that saw 17 teams and hundreds of athletes compete. The girls’ team placed fifth while the boys team placed seventh.

  • Rushford’s Curt Luhmann returned to Decorah on May 7, winning the Mod Lites Division at Upper Iowa Speedway. Luhmann worked his way up from sixth position to win heat one, then rode the pole in the feature all the way to the checkered flag. Second place went to Iowan Josh Roney, who began the feature in 10th place. Jason Gorman of New Hampton Iowa took third. Eli Hershberger of Mabel, finished ninth.

  • The threat of rain this last Monday morning didn’t start until all 45 golfers had about three holes yet to play but still all finished!

  • Triple losses for Trojan baseball team
    The Trojan baseball team suffered defeat in three close games this week, including two at home.

  • The Trojan softball team could not escape three losses last week against some tough opponents.

  • Par for the course: R-P Golfers score big wins against W-K, FC
    Trojan golfers took the win away from W-K at R-P’s home course on May 3 thanks to the efforts of the top three Trojan golfers.

  • R-P/H field athletes top individual contest
    The R-P/H track and field teams competed this week in the comfort of their own Ben Niggle Sports Complex. The boys and girls teams again were competing for individual accolades as no team scores were totaled.

  • The senior golf league got under way this last Monday morning for the 20th year.  The league saw a record breaking 50 golfers turn out for great weather and fun times.

Special Session

The Minnesota Legislature was left with some unfinished business after their Sunday deadline passed this week. Do you think Gov. Mark Dayton should call for a special session so the lawmakers can tie up these loose ends?


 

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