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Photo by Dawn Hauge
The 2016-2017 season came to an end last Thursday when the Trojan boys lost by three points to Goodhue in double overtime in the Section 1A Championship; a story similar to the Section 1A East championship game versus Spring Grove when R-P came out on top with a last second 3-point shot by Landon Skalet.
Photo by Dawn Hauge The 2016-2017 season came to an end last Thursday when the Trojan boys lost by three points to Goodhue in double overtime in the Section 1A Championship; a story similar to the Section 1A East championship game versus Spring Grove when R-P came out on top with a last second 3-point shot by Landon Skalet.
Wednesday, March 22, 2017 12:38 PM
After Landon Skalet won News 8000’s Play of the Week for his winning 3-point shot in the final seconds of the Section 1A East championship game against Spring Grove, the Rushford-Peterson boys basketball team lost in double overtime (40-37) thanks to a Goodhue freshman who did the same thing.
  • So that’s how that feels — Trojan boys fall by three points to Goodhue
    After Landon Skalet won News 8000’s Play of the Week for his winning 3-point shot in the final seconds of the Section 1A East championship game against Spring Grove, the Rushford-Peterson boys basketball team lost in double overtime (40-37) thanks to a Goodhue freshman who did the same thing.
  • Rushford-Peterson boys beat Spring Grove with 3-pointer in last five seconds of game
    Technically, you can call it an upset. But, the No. 2 seeded Rushford-Peterson boys basketball team earned every one of their 46 points to win out in the MSHSL Section 1A East Championship game versus No. 1 seed Spring Grove on Saturday, March 11, at the Mayo Civic Center in Rochester. The final score was 46-43.
  • Tekautz finishes third at state
    McCoy Tekautz (152) was literally inches away from finishing in one of the top spots for an individual state title at last Saturday’s MSHSL wrestling playoffs at the Xcel Energy Center on March 4.
  • Boys celebrate last home game in old gym with win
    After 46 years of basketball games, volleyball games and wrestling matches, the Rushford-Peterson High School gymnasium sang its swan song as the No. 2 R-P boys basketball team beat out the No. 7 Fillmore Central Falcons.

  • Time for a rematch
    R-P to face Spring Grove in sub-section
  • Tekautz advances to state tourney
    At the beginning of the season, wrestling coach Tim Tekautz posited that if the Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson (LARP) wrestling team had a shot at state, it would be this year. With several emerging wrestling veterans taking the mat, the team was rife with talent.
  • No. 2 seeded boys team looks to host final game in Rushford-Peterson gymnasium
    After a cancelled Friday night game and a win on Feb. 21 over Winona Cotter, the Rushford-Peterson boys basketball team will enter the postseason with a No. 2 seed.
  • FC pulls off upset; knocks out R-P girls
    As the Trojan girls were on fire leading up to Monday night’s game (Feb. 27), Fillmore Central got out the fire extinguishers.
  • Crawford, Koop, Skalet lead Trojans to No. 1 seed
    Thanks to the offense spearheaded by Brianna Koop, Mikayla Crawford and Savannah Skalet, the Rushford-Peterson girls basketball team ended its season on Friday, Feb. 17, garnering the No. 1 seed in the Sub-Section 1A East tournament. 
  • Boys face tough teams as regular season winds down
    With one week of regular season play left, the Rushford-Peterson boys basketball team is sitting at 16-8 after a week where they faced difficult adversaries.
  • LARP falls to PEM in first round playoffs
    The No. 3 Plainview-Elgin-Millville triumphed over No. 6 seeded Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson (LARP) wrestling team in the first round of the postseason on Feb. 16.
  • Skalet propels girls to three wins, nearly breaks three-point record
    As the girls basketball season winds down, the Rushford-Peterson team is heating up, especially thanks to Savannah Skalet, who scored 75 points over three games last week. The Trojans’ record, after those three wins, is now bumped up to 16-6.
  • Boys do well on road – two wins and one loss
    The Rushford-Peterson boys basketball team is tightening up its play, at least defensively, as the players allowed only 16 points per half on average, over three games last week. 
  • Dance season comes to an end
    The Rushford-Peterson dance teams were unable to advance to state after last Saturday’s Section 1A Tournament held in Dover-Eyota. 
  • After a rough patch over the last few weeks, the Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson (LARP) wrestling team ended its season on a high note winning their dual against Caledonia-Houston. The Screamin’ Eagles triumphed 45-36. Both teams had one forfeit, evening out the advantage.
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