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Noah Carlson, who put up 200 yards of offense and four touchdowns, grabs for the ball with teammate Lukas Rasmussen nearby.
Photo by Dawn Hauge Noah Carlson, who put up 200 yards of offense and four touchdowns, grabs for the ball with teammate Lukas Rasmussen nearby.
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Wednesday, November 02, 2016 12:01 PM
The 9-1 Trojans march on after two overwhelming victories in the football postseason. After the second shutout of the season against Kingsland on Oct. 25, Rushford-Peterson hosted Blooming Prairie before sending them packing. 
  • The Kingsland girls basketball team, which was set to start the season Tuesday, Nov. 29, returns everyone from last year’s team and hopes to improve on its 16-13 record.  
  • The Lady Knights volleyball team finished the 2016 season with an 8-14 record, 4-8 in the Three Rivers Conference, and 8-13 for the regular season. 
  • Back-to-back wins send Trojans to section championship
    The 9-1 Trojans march on after two overwhelming victories in the football postseason. After the second shutout of the season against Kingsland on Oct. 25, Rushford-Peterson hosted Blooming Prairie before sending them packing. 
  • Eight seniors finish careers as volleyball season ends
    The Kingsland volleyball team traveled to Schaeffer Academy for a 1A East sub-section play-in contest last Monday and lost a very competitive match to the Lions, 1-3 (21-25, 26-28, 25-23, 21-25). The Lady Knights were the No. 10 seed in the East tournament, while the Lions were seeded in the No. 7 spot.
  • Knights runners finish season at section meet
    Sophomore Amelia Staat (38th, 21:30.3) and freshman Wesley Dean (94th, 20:14.1) were the top Kingsland finishers for their respective teams at the recent Section 1A cross-country meet. The 5,000-meter race was held at Northern Hills Golf Course in Rochester last Thursday, Oct. 27.
  • Knights lose to R-P, thankful coach already looking ahead to next season
    Going up against a state-ranked team is not an easy task, especially for a team that lost every game this season and several more in past seasons. 
  • Volleyball team tops Chatfield in conference finale
    The Kingsland volleyball team got a 3-0 sweep against Chatfield in the final regular season match last week at Chatfield. 
  • Kingsland youth teams do well in playoffs
    The fifth grade Kingsland youth football team won first place in its division at the Waseca Fall Jamboree on Saturday, Oct 15, while the sixth grade team was runner-up.
  • Staat, Mettler are all-conference runners
    “Yes we have two all conference, Amelia Staat and Andrea Mettler,” said a pleased coach Erin Milz after the Three Rivers Conference meet last week at St. Mary’s University in Winona.  
  • The Kingsland School Board voted unanimously to dissolve its participation in a wrestling cooperative with Grand Meadow, LeRoy-Ostrander and Southland.
  • Kingsland football team loses to Lewiston
    The Kingsland Knights lost their final regular game of the season at home Wednesday, Oct. 21, to Lewiston-Altura, 68-0, ending the regular season with a 0-8 record.
  • Harriers run at Piper Hills to end regular season
    The Kingsland cross-country team ran at the Jodi Rahman Invitational in Plainview last week, finishing 10th and seventh, respectively, for the boys and girls. Ten teams competed in the boys race and 11 teams ran the 5,000 meters at Piper Hills Golf Course for the girls race.
  • The St. Johns Eagles wrapped up the soccer season with a second place finish in the conference tournament in Plainview on Saturday, Oct. 8. 
  • In two close matches last week, the Lady Knights volleyball team beat Southland (3-1: 27-25, 25-19, 21-25, 26-24) and lost to Lewiston-Altura (2-3: 25-21, 15-25, 25-15, 21-25, 11-15), bringing the Knights’ Three Rivers Conference record to 3-8, and their overall record to 6-10. 
  • Knights lose to state-ranked Trojans
    “Coach (Davin) Thompson has a solid and well disciplined team,” said Kingsland head coach Brent Stinson following his 58-0 shutout loss to the Trojans Friday at Kingsland. “R-P is ranked high for a reason.”  
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