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Courtney Fate lays the ball in for the Knights in a game against Rushford-Peterson.
CHRISTINE VREEMAN/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE Courtney Fate lays the ball in for the Knights in a game against Rushford-Peterson.
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Wednesday, January 11, 2017 11:50 AM
The Kingsland girls basketball team started the week off with a 44-34 win over Rushford-Peterson and ended the week with a loss to defending state champion Plainview-Elgin-Millville, 48-38. Sandwiched in between those two games was a win over Lewiston-Altura, 63-24. 
  • Knights ‘rope’ Hope, Buccholtz scores 29
    The Kingsland boys basketball team tied up Hope Lutheran early, leading by 28 (51-23) at halftime, as the Knights went on to win by a final score of 80-31 Friday.  
  • Gals beat Hope Lutheran, Caledonia game re-scheduled for Feb. 13
    The Kingsland girls basketball team reached double digit wins when the girls “snow-balled” Hope Lutheran 67-20 Friday. With the win the Lady Knights are now 10-4 on the season, 6-2 in the Three Rivers Conference.
  • Lady Knights win two games, fall to state-ranked P-E-M
    The Kingsland girls basketball team started the week off with a 44-34 win over Rushford-Peterson and ended the week with a loss to defending state champion Plainview-Elgin-Millville, 48-38. Sandwiched in between those two games was a win over Lewiston-Altura, 63-24. 
  • Boys start 2017 flat in basketball
    The new year hasn’t started out real well for the Kingsland boys basketball team, losing their first two contests to Rushford-Peterson (52-31) and Lewiston-Altura (56-52). The guys are 2-4 in Three Rivers Conference play and one game over .500, 5-4, overall.
  • Kingsland boys have sound victories over break
    The Kingsland boys basketball team won two games over the holiday break against non-conference opponents.
  • Kingsland girls go 1-1 during holiday break
    The Monday after Christmas, the Lady Knights lost a game to Mabel-Canton 39-35 then rebounded on Tuesday with a big win over Houston 59-24 in basketball action.
  • No break for Kingsland girls, on winning streak
    The gals may have a few days off from school, but they’re not getting a break from the basketball court. Last week the team won three games, giving them a three-game winning streak and a 6-2 record. The wins were 59-23 over Chatfield Monday, 57-26 over Wabasha-Kellogg Thursday and 53-39 vs. Triton Friday. The latest win, over the Triton Cobras, was part of the TRC vs. HVL Showdown, held at the Mayo Civic Center, held this past Friday, after a postponement from the week before.
  • Boys split two games, play two more this week
    The Kingsland boys basketball team lost to Chatfield 60-42 Monday, Dec. 19, but then rebounded on Thursday with a 61-43 win over Wabasha-Kellogg. The Knights now have an overall record of 3-2 and are 2-2 in Three Rivers Conference play.
  • Boys win two in basketball action
    After a one-point loss to Southland in the season opener, the Kingsland boys have responded with a pair of wins over Dover-Eyota (57-36) and Lanesboro (70-67), improving their overall record to 2-1, and evening their Three Rivers Conference record at 1-1.
  • Kingsland girls lose close contest at Spring Grove
    The Lady Knights had three players in double figures against Spring Grove, but it wasn’t enough as they lost the non-conference game to the Lady Lions, 64-59. 
  • Gals split TRC games, ready for HVL/TRC Showdown Saturday
    The Kingsland girls basketball team lost to Dover-Eyota 71-60 Friday, the first loss of the season, but Tuesday the girls beat Southland 55-40. The team is now 2-1 in Three Rivers Conference play and 3-1 overall.
  • Knights have busy week in boys basketball
    It was a “Zach-attack” that fell one point short in the Kingsland boys basketball season opener. Zach Buchholtz scored 25 points and Zach Bubany added 22, but it wasn’t enough as the team lost to Southland 71-70 Tuesday, Dec. 6, at home. 
  • Lady Knights start season 2-0, win against GM, St. Charles
    The Kingsland girls basketball team picked up a pair of wins last week, starting the 2016-17 season with a 2-0 record. 
  • The Knights are looking to improve on their 10-17 record in boys basketball from 2015-16.  
  • 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.  
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