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Riley Grabau in action during his senior year at the University of Wyoming, which finished the season in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. SUBMITTED PHOTO
Riley Grabau in action during his senior year at the University of Wyoming, which finished the season in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. SUBMITTED PHOTO
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 9:02 AM

A member of the University of Wyoming basketball team, who has Spring Valley ties, recently competed in the NCAA tournament and topped the entire NCAA for free throw shooting percentage during the regular season.

  • 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.

     
  • Kingsland senior Jacob Rindels was named to the Three Rivers Conference Boy’s All-Conference team. Rindels joins 10 other seniors, six juniors, one sophomore and Caledonia freshman Owen King on the 19-player honor team. 

     
  • NCAA Division 1 basketball  standout has Spring Valley ties

    A member of the University of Wyoming basketball team, who has Spring Valley ties, recently competed in the NCAA tournament and topped the entire NCAA for free throw shooting percentage during the regular season.

     
  • Local Just for Kix dancers place at Decorah competition

    Two competitive teams from Spring Valley’s Just for Kix program placed at a large regional Just for Kix dance competition, "Together We Dance," on March 14 at Luther College in Decorah.

     
  • GMLOKS Youth Wrestlers of the week are announced
    This week's GMLOKS Youth Wrestlers of the Week are Cael Gilbert and Wyatt Krull.  
  • Kailey Link led the Kingsland girls basketball team in scoring, averaging 12.23 points per game, while Gracie Schmidt led the Knights in rebounding with an average of 6.19, and Alayna Meskill topped the team in assists and steals for the 2014-15 season.

     
  • Rindels statistical leader for Knights

    Jacob Rindels, a senior, led the Kingsland Knights in most statistical categories for 2014-15.

     
  • Young wrestlers recognized

    This week’s wrestlers of the week for the youth GMLOKS Bulldogs are Scotty Swanek and Donovan Felten.  

     
  • Coach Jim Richardson reported the following information on the 2014-15 wrestling team and feels very confident about the future of GMLOKS wrestling.

     
  • Kingsland’s Kailey Link was the sixth highest scorer in the Three Rivers Conference West Division for 2015 and Gracie Schmidt of the Knights was fourth best in rebounding.

     
  • Kingsland’s Jacob Rindels was the third highest scorer in the Three Rivers Conference West Division for 2015.

     
  • Knights lose to W-K in sub-section tournament

    During the regular season the Lady Knights split with Wabasha-Kellogg, winning at W-K, 52-30, and losing at home, 56-52.  The gals were hoping to win “the rubber match” in the 1A East Sub-section tournament, but couldn’t pull it out, losing to the Falcons, 54-44.

     
  • Rindels hits 1000th point in SG game Knights are sub-section runner-up

    Jacob Rindels had 34 points, and topped the 1000 point mark, leading the Knights (#3) to an 80-77 win in the 1A East Sub-section tournament game over Spring Grove (#2).  Rindels connected on 12 of 21 shots from the field, including 2/5 from three-point range, and eight of 12 shots at the free throw line in the season, and career high performance.  He also added 12 rebounds in the contest, giving him his third  double-double of the season (others were against St. Charles and Southland).

     
  • GMLOKS wrestler Richardson wins third at Class AA State meet; only loss to state champion

    I’ve always said, if I’m going to lose to someone, I want to lose to the best.  Well, Wyatt Richardson, senior on the GMLOKS wrestling team adhered to my philosophy.  He only lost once this year, and that was to the state champion, Lance Benick (Totino-Grace, sr., 43-0) in the Minnesota State Class AA semifinals.  Richardson finished his senior year with a most impressive 37-1 record, and a third place finish at 195 pounds in the 2015 state wrestling tournament.

     
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