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Kingsland’s Eaen O’Byrne goes up for a reverse layup under the outstretched arm of LeRoy-Ostrander defender Josh Royston. DAVID PHILLIPS/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
Kingsland’s Eaen O’Byrne goes up for a reverse layup under the outstretched arm of LeRoy-Ostrander defender Josh Royston. DAVID PHILLIPS/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
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Tuesday, February 09, 2016 9:17 AM
The Kingsland boys split a pair of non-conference basketball games this past week, beating LeRoy-Ostrander, 85-55 and losing to Grand Meadow, 60-41.

  • Kingsland boys score big over L-O
    The Kingsland boys split a pair of non-conference basketball games this past week, beating LeRoy-Ostrander, 85-55 and losing to Grand Meadow, 60-41.

  • Girls down LeRoy-Ostrander 68-48
    This past week the Lady Knights only had one game, against LeRoy-Ostrander, and they won that contest rather handily, 68-48.  The schedule of games seems to be getting easier as the season winds down.  Easier, that is, as far as the number of contests per week, not as far as the competition is concerned.  This week the gals took on number seven state ranked Class AA Dover-Eyota (17-5) this past Tuesday and will travel to number one state ranked Class AA Plainview-Elgin-Millville (19-1) on Friday night.

  • Kingsland girls top Southland, lose to Gophers

    This past Friday night the Lady Knights lost a TRC-West contest to Chatfield, 58-47, but won a low scoring affair against Southland, 37-21, Tuesday, Jan. 26.

  • Knight boys lose to Rebels, Gophers

    The Kingsland boys basketball team lost two games last week to Southland (53-46) and Chatfield (58-53), dropping their overall record to 9-12, 4-11 in the Three Rivers Conference-West.

  • Girls lose to Ramblers, Saints,  are tops in TRC 3-pt shooting

    Last week the Kingsland girls basketball team lost games to Cotter 52-46 and St. Charles 70-49, dropping their Three Rivers Conference record to 5-6, and their overall record to 10-8.  

  • KHS boys beat Cotter, lose to #4 St. Charles

    Last week the Kingsland boys basketball team beat Cotter 44-41 and lost to number-four state-ranked St. Charles 78-45.  The win over the Ramblers was the Knights fourth in a row.  The team hopes to start another winning streak this coming week with games against Southland (Tuesday), Chatfield (Friday, away) and Wabasha-Kellogg (Tuesday, Feb. 2, at home).

  • The Kingsland fifth grade boys basketball team is off to a great start this season, compiling a 7-3 record in the first three weeks.  

  • Lady Knights win two, drop one

    The Kingsland girls basketball team beat La Crescent (49-31) and Spring Grove (64-31) and lost to Pine Island (62-48) this past week, improving their overall record to 10-6 for the season. The gals are 5-4  in Three Rivers competition. This week the team traveled to Cotter on Tuesday, hosts St. Charles on Thursday and travels to LeRoy-Ostrander on Friday. All three are “winnable” games for the Lady Knights.

  • Boys' winning streak hits three with  wins over La Crescent and Lanesboro

    Last week the Kingsland boys basketball team got two wins over La Crescent (64-59) and Lanesboro (79-49), improving their overall record to 8-9, and their Three Rivers Conference record to 3-8.  The Knights have won three games in a row.  This week the team hosted Cotter (6-10) on Tuesday  and travels to sixth-ranked St. Charles (14-1) on Thursday.

  • Lady Knights win two of three, have 8-5 record

    The Kingsland girls basketball team lost to Rushford-Peterson on Tuesday, 38-26, but rebounded with a pair of wins on Thursday (Fillmore Central, 47-42) and Saturday (Hope Lutheran, 51-29).  The gals are now 4-4 in the Three Rivers Conference-West and 8-5, overall, for the season.

  • Knight boys rout Hope Lutheran 89-29
      Fifteen different players scored against the Patriots as the Knights routed Hope Lutheran 89-29.  
  • Cody Merkel, who wrestles for the GMLOKS Bulldogs, competed in the Clash of the Titans, and went 0-3.  

  • Kingsland girls pick up two more wins

    The Kingsland girls basketball team improved their overall record to 6-4 with a pair of wins during the holiday break over Houston (49-39) and Mabel-Canton (50-35).

  • Knight boys split during holiday break

    Over the holiday break, the Kingsland boys basketball team split a pair of non-conference games, losing to Houston, 53-47, and over-powering Mabel-Canton, 68-25.

  • Boys lose to Lewiston-Altura, holiday  games now Tuesday and Wednesday

    The Kingsland boys shot only 20.8 percent from the field and lost to the Cardinals, 55-35, last week in Three Rivers Conference basketball action. The team hit just 11 of 53 shots from the field, including 4/21 (19%) from three-point range.  

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