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Kingsland's Jacob Ringels puts up a runner during the Knights' sub-section win over Spring Grove last week.  CHRISTINE VREEMAN/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
Kingsland's Jacob Ringels puts up a runner during the Knights' sub-section win over Spring Grove last week. CHRISTINE VREEMAN/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
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Tuesday, March 03, 2015 9:53 AM

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).

  • 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).

     
  • 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.

     
  • Lady Knights finishing regular season at 6-20

    The Kingsland girls basketball team had three games this final week of the regular season, winning one and losing two.  The gals got their win over LeRoy-Ostrander, 40-36, and lost two Three Rivers Conference games to Southland (51-38) and St. Charles (60-40).

     
  • Knights kick’ Burros

    The Kingsland Knights boys basketball team had very little trouble against the Lanesboro Burros, winning 86-56 in the first round of the 1A East Sub-section Tournament. 

     
  • Wrestlers send three to state

    The GMLOKS Bulldogs will be sending three wrestlers to the Minnesota State AA Individual Tournament by virtue of their first or second place finishes at the Section One tournament held this past weekend in Rochester. They include: Parker Hale (152 lbs., second, 3-1), Wyatt Richardson (195 lbs., 3-0, first) and Blake Benson (285 lbs., second, 3-1).

     
  • Youth wrestlers continue to dominate

    The Bulldog youth wrestlers of GMLOKS continued its dominant season Sunday as they rolled to the title in their own "Dawg Pound" team tournament.  

     
  • The Kingsland girls basketball team had a light week, playing only one game.  Usually there are make-up games, or at least two games scheduled, but just Plainview-Elgin-Millville this week.

     
  • The GMLOKS Bulldogs took full advantage of six forfeit wins to down Cannon Falls in the first round of the Section 1AA team tournament, 48-28.  However, the team fell in the next round to Plainview-Elgin-Millville to end its run in team tournament competition.

     
  • Knights finish regular season at 12-14

    The Kingsland boys basketball team ended the regular season with a pair of losses to Dover-Eyota (66-55) and Plainview-Elgin-Millville (67-54), finishing the regular season with a 12-14 record, 7-11 in the Three Rivers Conference - West.

     
  • The GMLOKS Bulldogs have had three dual meets recently and they came out with one win and two losses.  The guys lost a close one to Goodhue by three, 36-33, lost to PEM by 11, 37-26, and had a relatively easy time against W-K, winning 54-16.

     
  • Niemeyer’s season-high 24 helps coach  win 300th game, starts team win streak

    Jacob Rindels and Quinn Larson each scored 22 points, leading the Kingsland boys basketball team to a 68-54 win over Wabasha-Kellogg last Friday night.  Monday of last week the Knights got a non-conference win over Lyle-Pacelli, 70-50.  With those two wins, and the win over Grand Meadow on Saturday, Jan. 31, the guys have put together a three game winning streak.

     
  • Lady Knights, especially Link, score well, but drop two games

    Last week, the Lady Knights lost a pair of Three Rivers Conference games to top team Dover-Eyota (80-56) and Wabasha-Kellogg (56-52), dropping them to 3-12 in TRC play and 5-17 overall.

     
  • The youth Bulldog wrestling team continued to impress as it walked away as champion of the 16-team Kasson-Mantorville dual tournament Saturday, Jan. 24.  

     
  • The GMLOKS Bulldogs traveled to Wisconsin last weekend for a tournament in the Dells and brought home the first place trophy. 

     
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