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Fillmore Central Academic All-Conference
Fillmore Central Academic All-Conference football players. In front, from left, are Samuel Peters, Logan Corson, Nate Haugerud, Brady Ristau and Kurtis Hershberger. In back are Jordan Miller, Riley Means, Sam Rustad, Nate Birch and Matson Kiehne. Not shown are Louis Sundstroem and Dustin Daniels. SUBMITTED PHOTO
Mitch Kuhn finds Donnie Lind open for a pass as the Mabel-Canton Cougars opened their basketball season against the LeRoy-Ostrander Cardinals last Friday night in Mabel. HEATHER KLEIBOER/NEWS LEADER
Mitch Kuhn finds Donnie Lind open for a pass as the Mabel-Canton Cougars opened their basketball season against the LeRoy-Ostrander Cardinals last Friday night in Mabel. HEATHER KLEIBOER/NEWS LEADER
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Wednesday, November 26, 2014 2:02 PM

Mabel-Canton's Keyser Wenthold hit the floor running last Thursday. Canning five of six trey attempts in the Cougars' opening basketball game, he totaled 25 points as M-C defeated LeRoy-Ostrander 65-50.

  • Mabel-Canton graduated several outstanding girls basketball players last year, so the Cougars will look to some new players in new roles as the 2014-15 season begins.

     
  • Mabel-Canton boys open season with win

    Mabel-Canton's Keyser Wenthold hit the floor running last Thursday. Canning five of six trey attempts in the Cougars' opening basketball game, he totaled 25 points as M-C defeated LeRoy-Ostrander 65-50.

     
  • Ten returning letter winners — most of them seniors — are set to lead the Burros when girls basketball season begins.

     
  • The Burros traveled about 90 miles on Friday, Nov. 21, tipping off their 2014-15 basketball season at Randolph High School.

     
  • The Fillmore Central girls basketball team will have all five starters back this year and four other letter winners from a team that finished the 2013-14 season with a 14-13 record. 

     
  • The Fillmore Central boys basketball team evened its record at 1-1 with a 73-58 win over Houston this past Monday night.  The guys opened the season with a 68-65 TRC loss to Cotter last Friday. 

     
  • Mabel Canton has placed a pair of players on the All-SEC's first team of football, while LHS advanced one starter to that elite list.

     
  • The Fillmore Central Falcons boys basketball team will return seven letter winners from the 2013-14 roster: Jordan Miller, Nick Mensink, Kiel Larson, Bryce Whitehill, Gatlin Woellert, Zach Sorenson and Trace Tollefson.  Mensink (6 ppg), Miller (3 ppg) and Larson (3 ppg) have the most experience, each playing in all, or all but one of last year’s games.   
  • Burros vote for volleyball team awards

    The team has voted, and two Burro netters have earned some recognition from their peers.

     
  • Senior fullback/linebacker Liam Dorn has been voted Most Valuable Player by his football teammates.

     
  • Two returning senior starters will lead the Burros out on to the hardwood this winter.

     
  • Five seniors finished their volleyball careers for Fillmore Central this past season: Kaitlynn Aug, Sammi Bakke, Morgan Malley, Leah Scheevel and Sara Schultz.   
  • Lanesboro senior Alexis Jorgenson has earned Honorable Mention on the All Southeast Conference volleyball roster. The middle hitter was credited with 95 kills and 31 ace blocks during the 2014 campaign, helping the Burros to a very competitive 9-13 season. There were no LHS players on the All-Conference first team.

     
  • Lady Falcons capture sub-section volleyball crown

    Thursday night the Fillmore Central girls volleyball team downed Mabel-Canton, 3-0 (25-15, 25-13, 25-15) and claimed the 1A East Sub-section crown for the second year in a row.  Saturday, in the Section 1A championship match, the Lady Falcons lost their bid for a return ticket to the big dance in St. Paul, losing to the Cardinals of Bethlehem Academy, 3-0 (29-27, 25-22, 25-15).

     
  • Fillmore Central had three players named to the Three Rivers all-conference volleyball team.

     
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