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Cougar football team award winners for 2014 are, from left, Wayne Ross (Most Valuable Offensive Back), Mitch Kuhn (Most Valuable Defensive Back), Bailey Vickerman (Most Valuable Defensive Lineman), Alex Mengis (Most Improved Player), Donnie Lind (Most Valuable Player & Most Valuable Offensive Lineman), Nate Magnuson (Scout Team Player of the Year) and Weston Whalen (Prepared the Hardest Award).  HEATHER KLEIBOER/NEWS-RECORD
Cougar football team award winners for 2014 are, from left, Wayne Ross (Most Valuable Offensive Back), Mitch Kuhn (Most Valuable Defensive Back), Bailey Vickerman (Most Valuable Defensive Lineman), Alex Mengis (Most Improved Player), Donnie Lind (Most Valuable Player & Most Valuable Offensive Lineman), Nate Magnuson (Scout Team Player of the Year) and Weston Whalen (Prepared the Hardest Award). HEATHER KLEIBOER/NEWS-RECORD
Wednesday, November 19, 2014 1:54 PM

Gridiron standout Donnie Lind has been named Most Valuable Player in team balloting for the Mabel-Canton football team. In his senior year, Lind played linebacker/offensive lineman. He also won the Most Valuable Offensive Lineman award, and even caught a team-high seven passes (out of 18 for the team) in 2014.

  • Mabel-Canton volleyball players earn team awards

    The team votes are in and several Cougar netters have earned awards.

     
  • Cougar football team awards presented

    Gridiron standout Donnie Lind has been named Most Valuable Player in team balloting for the Mabel-Canton football team. In his senior year, Lind played linebacker/offensive lineman. He also won the Most Valuable Offensive Lineman award, and even caught a team-high seven passes (out of 18 for the team) in 2014.

     
  • Mabel-Canton boys tip off season on Thursday

    Six returning senior letter winners will lead the Cougars into the 2014 basketball season.

     
  • 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.   
  • Cougars win conference awards

    Mabel-Canton netters have made a big dent on the 2014 Southeast Conference (SEC) All-Conference volleyball awards, placing a conference-topping four players on the first team, and an eighth-grader on the Honorable Mention (HM) list.

     
  • Five seniors finished their volleyball careers for Fillmore Central this past season: Kaitlynn Aug, Sammi Bakke, Morgan Malley, Leah Scheevel and Sara Schultz.   
  • Mabel-Canton ends season as sub-section runners-up

    Mabel-Canton netters experienced a case of deja vu last week, and it wasn't something they especially cared to relive.

     
  • 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.

     
  • The Fillmore Central football team finished the 2014 season with a 2-7 record, losing to Section 1A champion Blooming Prairie in the first round of the playoffs. Head coach Chris Mensink, and his Falcons, have been knocked out of the playoffs four of the last six years by the Awesome Blossoms, including the last two years.

     
  • M-C netters grab two post-season  wins, prepare for rematch in finals

    Mabel-Canton kicked off the volleyball post season with a pair of wins last week. But their biggest test of the year comes on Thursday when the Cougars will face the Falcons of Fillmore Central.

     
  • Cougars finish gridiron campaign with loss to Spring Grove

    Arriving at Spring Grove for a Section 1A football semi-finals game last Saturday, the Mabel-Canton Cougars found themselves greeted by a large and loyal following of M-C fans.

     
  • Cougars win 'track meet in  shoulder pads' as playoffs open

    Third-seed Mabel-Canton outscored visiting Lyle/Pacelli, 91-58, in the Section 1A football opener last Tuesday night. That combined 149 points surpasses the previous state-record of 128 points, according to the State High School League online records.

     
  • The Fillmore Central Falcons football team got the #7 seed in the 1A Section playoffs and had to travel to the #2 seeded Blooming Prairie Awesome Blossoms for a first round match-up.   
  • Falcon volleyball team reaches sub-section title match
    It took the Lady Falcons four sets against Houston (3-1; 25-5, 22-25, 25-9, 25-11) and three sets against Wabasha-Kellogg (3-0; 25-15, 25-17, 25-22) and now they get a shot at Mabel-Canton in the 1A East Sub-section finals.   
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