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Kelly Link of Kingsland goes up for a shot underneath the basket against defensive pressure from Lewiston-Altura. CHRISTINE VREEMAN/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
Kelly Link of Kingsland goes up for a shot underneath the basket against defensive pressure from Lewiston-Altura. CHRISTINE VREEMAN/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
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Tuesday, January 13, 2015 9:28 AM

The Kingsland gals lost a close game to Rushford-Peterson, 45-40, Tuesday, but rebounded with a 75-65 win over Lewiston-Altura on Friday, bringing their record to 4-7 for the season, 3-5 in the Three Rivers Conference.

  • The GMLOKS Bulldog wrestling team won the Hayfield Invitational wrestling tournament by seven points over host Hayfield, 161.5-154.5. 

     
  • Knights have tough week, but Courtney Schmidt scores 20 against GM

    Courtney Schmidt had a season high 20 points in a Lady Knights’ loss to Grand Meadow last Thursday. Schmidt was nine for 16 from the field, and also pulled down six rebounds and dished out three assists. One of her buckets was a three-pointer.

     
  • Boys have busy stretch in basketball

    This past week the Kingsland boys basketball team had three games, coming out of those contests with one win and two losses.  The guys got a second win over LeRoy-Ostrander (75-40), but lost games to La Crescent (58-35) and Pine Island (69-54).

     
  • The Grand Meadow/LeRoy-Ostrander/Kingsland/Southland wrestling team picked up a Three Rivers Conference win over St. Charles, 48-33, last week. 

     
  • Lady Knights split in basketball

    The Kingsland gals lost a close game to Rushford-Peterson, 45-40, Tuesday, but rebounded with a 75-65 win over Lewiston-Altura on Friday, bringing their record to 4-7 for the season, 3-5 in the Three Rivers Conference.

     
  • Boys lose to state ranked Trojans as snow shortens week

    Because the game with Fillmore Central was postponed, the Knights had just one game in boys basketball, a loss to No. 4 ranked Rushford-Peterson, 65-44.  Fillmore Central will now come to town on Monday, Jan. 26, to make up last Thursday’s game postponed by a blizzard.

     
  • Youth wrestling team starts season strong

    This past week the GMLOKS youth wrestling team participated in The Clash Youth Duals in Rochester. This is the first year of the co-op with Southland and things got off to a great start to the season with the Bulldogs taking second place with a 4-1 record.

     
  • Knights split in Grand Meadow to even record

    The Knights went 1-1 at the Grand Meadow Tournament, opening the tournament with a loss to host Grand Meadow, 66-59, and rebounding with a convincing win in the third place game over LeRoy-Ostrander, 66-24. 

     
  • Gals get big win over Hope Lutheran during break

    Twelve different players scored against Hope Lutheran as the Lady Knights rolled to a 63-25 non-conference win Saturday.

     
  • Schmidt, Link lead Lady Knights to win in final game of 2014

    The Kingsland girls basketball team got 16 points from Courtney Schmidt and 14 more from Kailey Link as they picked up their second win of the season, 43-35, over Lewiston-Altura last week. 

     
  • Kingsland boys even record at 4-4 in Three Rivers

    Junior Quinn Larson and senior Jacob Rindels each had 14 points in a boys basketball win over Lewiston-Altura, 63-61, last week.

     
  • Kingsland girls drop pair to top teams

    The Kingsland girls basketball team lost a pair of Three Rivers Conference games to Plainview-Elgin-Millville (67-30) and Caledonia (53-31), dropping its TRC record to 1-4, and its overall record to 1-6.

     
  • ‘Hot’ GMLOKS wrestlers to take a break for holidays

    The Grand Meadow/LeRoy-Ostrander/Kingsland/Southland wrestling team is firing on all eight cylinders right now going into the Christmas break. Last weekend the team won three dual meets Friday night and then on Saturday edged Chatfield (191.5-189.5) to win the Fillmore Central/Lanesboro/Mabel-Canton holiday tournament. 

     
  • 3-5 Knights to play two games during school break

    Last Tuesday night the Kingsland boys basketball team lost to Plainview-Elgin-Millville, 52-39.  The team had very balanced scoring, but not nearly enough to outdo the Bulldogs. 

     
  • Link scores 23 against W-K as Knights get first win

    “It was good for the girls to get a win over there in Wabasha,” said Kingsland coach Jacob Vetter about an away game Tuesday. “They have been working hard in practice developing their skills and learning our system so to see the fruits of their labor starting to come together is a nice confidence boost for them.

     
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