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GMLOK’s Brenn Olson concentrated on the throw to nail this Winona Cotter base runner. CHRISTINE VREEMAN/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
GMLOK’s Brenn Olson concentrated on the throw to nail this Winona Cotter base runner. CHRISTINE VREEMAN/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
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Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:31 PM

The GMLOK Bulldogs rallied for 13 runs in the last two innings to down the PEM Bulldogs, 14-13, in TRC-West baseball.  Quinn Larson (4 innings), Grant Skifter (2 2/3 innings) and Zach Bubany (1/3 innings) shared the pitching duties in the come-from-behind win.  GMLOK was trailing 11-1 going into the bottom of the sixth inning.

  • Wykoff native earns coach of the year honors

    Wykoff native Don Mulhern, who is head coach of the University of Wisconsin – Superior women’s basketball team, was named WIAC Coach of the Year for the second time in three seasons by the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

     
  • Boys win season opener in golf at Southland, fall next day at Plainview

    The Kingsland boys golf team split in action last week, winning the season opener Thursday, April 16, at Southland and then falling Friday at Plainview’s Piper Hills Golf Course.

     
  • The GMLOKS girls track team continues to do well in area meets, this week winning the Triton Meet with 169.5 points.  Second place went to Waterville-Elysian-Morristown with 153 points.  Eight teams competed in the meet.

     
  • GMLOK baseball team has come-from-behind win

    The GMLOK Bulldogs rallied for 13 runs in the last two innings to down the PEM Bulldogs, 14-13, in TRC-West baseball.  Quinn Larson (4 innings), Grant Skifter (2 2/3 innings) and Zach Bubany (1/3 innings) shared the pitching duties in the come-from-behind win.  GMLOK was trailing 11-1 going into the bottom of the sixth inning.

     
  • Even though Dawn Webster of Spring Valley correctly picked the championship game matchup and winner, the March Madness contest of the Spring Valley Tribune came down to the tie-breaker to determine a winner.

     
  • The GMLOKS track teams had some good performances at the PEM Winged Foot Invitational last week, propelling the girls to a third place team finish and the boys a seventh place finish.  The Winged Foot track meet, held in Elgin, was one of the premier track events, “in the day,” and is looking to return to that status again. A total of 10 girls and boys teams competed.

     
  • After coming off a season where the Kingsland girls golf team went 6-6 over-all and 4-6 in the conference, coach Brent Kohn said the 2015 campaign will be a rebuilding year.

     
  • With only four returning letter winners from last year’s season, which saw the Knights finish with a 3-8 over-all record and 2-8 in conference play, Kingsland boys golf coach Brent Kohn is looking at a rebuilding year.

     
  • “With the nice weather showing up early we have been getting really excited to get underway with the baseball season,” said GMLOK baseball coach Brad Reiter. “The GMLOK Bulldogs are looking to have a lot of youth on it with only a few upperclassman returning.”

     
  • Youth wrestlers place third at  NYWA state wrestling tourney

    This past weekend the Bulldogs participated in the NYWA state wrestling tournament against the best competition in the state.  Several Bulldogs qualified for the individual tournament and although many had hoped for a better finish, just getting there is a huge accomplishment. 

     
  • Baseball field in Winona to be  dedicated to former Wykoff coach

    The baseball field at Winona High School will be dedicated as Jerry Raddatz Field, named after the former high school teacher and coach who got his start at Wykoff.

     
  • Area youth basketball teams will again converge on Rochester this weekend to play off for the Pacesetter Region 1 championships as part of the statewide Minnesota State Championship system that features a four-state playoff at the Target Center this summer.

     
  • Honored player has roots in Spring Valley

    Monmouth College’s Andrew Mathison has become the first Fighting Scot to earn an All-Region award from D3Hoops.com.

     
  • Bulldog youth wrestlers advance to state

    This past weekend saw the Bulldog youth wrestlers participate in the NYWA region individual tournament.  NYWA is a series of qualifying tournaments that start at the district level advancing to regions and ultimately to the state tournament in Rochester March 26 to 29.  

     
  • Kingsland sophomore Kailey Link was the lone Kingsland girls basketball player named to one of the Three Rivers Conference Honor Teams. Link was one of 28 players named to the Honorable Mention Team.

     
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