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Mabel-Canton’s Coranda Vickerman had an amazing week on the court last week, scoring a career-high 40 points in Monday night’s game against Houston. She added 23 points in Tuesday night’s game against Glennville-Emmons and another 20 in Thursday’s game against Randolph. CRAIG MOORHEAD/NEWS LEADER
Mabel-Canton’s Coranda Vickerman had an amazing week on the court last week, scoring a career-high 40 points in Monday night’s game against Houston. She added 23 points in Tuesday night’s game against Glennville-Emmons and another 20 in Thursday’s game against Randolph. CRAIG MOORHEAD/NEWS LEADER
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Wednesday, January 28, 2015 9:44 AM

The Mabel-Canton girls improved their record to 6-12 (6-7 SEC) last week.

  • Mabel-Canton girls improve record in three games last week

    The Mabel-Canton girls improved their record to 6-12 (6-7 SEC) last week.

     
  • LHS tackles Falcons, Lions and Rockets

    Lanesboro had a busy week, going 1-2 in girls basketball games against Wabasha-Kellogg, Schaeffer Academy and Randolph.

     
  • Burro boys meet Falcons, A's

    Lanesboro ballplayers suffered a couple of close losses last week.

     
  • The Fillmore Central/Lanesboro/Mabel-Canton wrestling team only put eight wrestlers on the mat at the Robbinsdale Cooper Tournament, but those eight proved to be very successful. 

     
  • Falcon guys win two in a row as they enter busy stretch

    The Fillmore Central boys basketball team won its second game in a row, downing Kingsland this past Monday, 57-51.  Last Thursday the Falcons beat Cotter, 47-42. 

     
  • ‘Disappointing’ loss for Falcons vs. Kingsland

    “We played poorly and did not come ready to play,” said coach Sarah Tollefsrud about the team’s loss to Kingsland this past Monday night.  “It was a close game and it shouldn’t have been.  We were just going through the motions….looked like we had no energy.  After coming off a great win against Cotter, I thought we were ready for this one.  Had a couple shots at the end, maybe even a foul, but couldn’t get it done.”

     
  • Mabel-Canton girls take on Lions, Cardinals

    On Tuesday, Jan. 13, the Mabel-Canton Cougars hosted neighboring Spring Grove, falling short, 35-50, in a conference girls basketball contest. On Friday, Jan. 16, the Cougars traveled to LeRoy, where they took on the Cardinals and lost another close game.

     
  • Mabel-Canton’s boys basketball team hosted Randolph on Thursday, Jan. 15, coming up short, 73-56.

     
  • LHS girls take on SEC, TRC

    The Lanesboro girls kept busy with three basketball games last week, facing teams from two different conferences.

     
  • LHS boys go 3-0 for week

    The Lanesboro boys basketball team had a successful stretch last week, winning all three games it played.

     
  • Low scoring Fillmore Central girls drop two games

    The two latest games for the Fillmore Central girls basketball team resulted in two losses, 62-35 to Chatfield, which broke a four-game win streak, and 41-31 against Southland. 

     
  • Larson has career night in one of two Falcon wins

    Since Jan. 13, the Fillmore Central boys basketball team has won two (Southland, 73-60, and Lanesboro, 61-55) and lost one (Chatfield, 63-55), giving them a 5-11 overall record, 2-8 in the Three Rivers Conference.

     
  • Wrestlers in Robbinsdale this weekend

    This past week, the FCLMC Wolves wrestling team lost a pair of Three Rivers Conference dual meets to Chatfield and Caledonia.  The Wolves are still plagued with forfeits, giving up anywhere from seven to nine weight classes per match.

     
  • Morgan Malley hits 1,000 points
    Tuesday night in Chatfield, Fillmore Central senior Morgan Malley scored 10 points against the Gophers and eclipsed the 1,000-point mark.  Her career total to date is 1,008 points, and counting. 
  • Lanesboro boys defeat Mabel-Canton

    The Burros hosted Mabel-Canton on Jan 6, picking up a 64-50 win on their home court.

     
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