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LARP’s Justin Mueller (160) was able to defeat his opponent, Chatfield’s Davontae Goldsmith with a fall after 4:21.
Photo by WENDY SPARTZ LARP’s Justin Mueller (160) was able to defeat his opponent, Chatfield’s Davontae Goldsmith with a fall after 4:21.
Wednesday, January 11, 2017 1:02 PM
From a performance standpoint, the Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson (LARP) wrestling team out-wrestled Chatfield. 
  • The Rushford-Peterson girls basketball team took full advantage of Friday night’s opponent Wabasha-Kellogg getting the Falcons into foul trouble as the Trojan girls scored 18 of their 66 points from free throws. W-K gave R-P 33 free throw shots in total.
  • Forfeits give Chatfield the win over LARP
    From a performance standpoint, the Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson (LARP) wrestling team out-wrestled Chatfield. 
  • Boys improve on record with six consecutive wins
    After the Rushford-Peterson back-to-back home wins in January, the team is sitting at a comfortable record of 6-3.
  • LARP places seventh in Bi-State, Tekautz takes fourth overall
    The Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson (LARP) wrestling team ended 2016 on a high note, thanks in part to the efforts of McCoy Tekautz at the Bi-State Classic Tournament last week in La Crosse (Dec. 29-30).
  • Boys triumph in Hayfield
    The Rushford-Peterson boys basketball team is back to where they wanted to be. After a slow start as a result to a prolonged football season, the Trojans are in a position to win.
  • After three straight losses, boys  steal a win before Christmas break
    With the arrival of Noah Carlson, the Rushford-Peterson boys heralded their first win of the basketball season on Dec. 22 over La Crescent, just in time for Christmas. 
  • LARP unstoppable against La Crescent
    The Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson (LARP) wrestling team flexed its strength at the Tuesday, Dec. 20, dual against La Crescent. LARP was victorious with a score of 64-6.
  • During Christmas week, the 3-2 Rushford-Peterson basketball girls gave themselves a gift of two more wins – one at home vs. Lewiston-Altura, 57-38, and one on the road in La Crescent, 43-35 – to add to their record leaving them 5-2.
  • Noah Carlson named to  Vikings All-State Team
    It doesn’t get much bigger than this for Noah Carlson. Over the last months, news publications, including this paper, have been abuzz about senior Noah Carlson and the Rushford-Peterson Trojans, who recently finished their season placing second in the Class A at the MSHSL Prep Bowl.
  • LARP wrestlers win dual with W-K
    The Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson (LARP) wrestling team took home a win against Wabasha-Kellogg at their Dec. 13 dual.
  • Boys remain winless but have hopes for the future
    The Rushford-Peterson boys basketball team remains winless as it faced off against another strong team on Dec. 13. Goodhue came to visit the Trojans, and left the Trojans beaten and dismayed after a 56-33 loss.
  • The football accolades keep on coming. Noah Carlson has distinguished himself in a way that most high school athletes dream of. And now, he has been named as the Post Bulletin’s Player of the Year.
  • One win, two losses for LARP wrestlers
    The Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson (LARP) competed against three teams in Byron’s Dave Scharberg Memorial Duals on Saturday.
  • After strong performances last week, resulting in a 3-0 record for the Rushford-Peterson girls basketball team, the Trojans faced two tough teams this week and were unable to pull out a win, bringing their record to 3-2.
  • Starting off on the wrong foot
    The Caledonia boys basketball team came to town on Dec. 8 ready to shut down the historically strong Rushford-Peterson basketball team.
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