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Wyatt Richardson of GMLOKS brings down a PEM opponent in the Fillmore Central tournament.
Wyatt Richardson of GMLOKS brings down a PEM opponent in the Fillmore Central tournament.
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Tuesday, December 23, 2014 9:56 AM

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. 

  • 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.

     
  • Kingsland boys split to keep record even

    Kingsland put together a well-balanced scoring attack against Wabasha-Kellogg, downing the northern Falcons, 78-49 last week. 

     
  • Lady Knights lose to Gophers; Link has 21 points

    Sophomore Kailey Link had an outstanding game against the Chatfield Gophers, recording a double-double with 21 points and 11 rebounds. 

     
  • Bulldogs open season with big win

    The newly formed GMLOKS (Grand Meadow/LeRoy-Ostrander/Kingsland/Southland) wrestling team won the first match of the season, downing the FCLMC (Fillmore Central/Lanesboro/Mabel-Canton) Wolves, 60-3.

     
  • Larson hits 22 in win over Chatfield

    Last week the Kingsland boys basketball team got a 59-55 Three Rivers Conference win over Chatfield, but also dropped a 67-50 non-conference game to Spring Grove. With the win over the Gophers the guys are now 2-1 in TRC play, and with the loss to the Lions, are now 2-2 overall.

     
  • Girls lose two in tourney, but signs  of optimism emerge in second game

    The Lady Knights opened the 2014-15 season at a tournament in Byron Friday and Saturday with a pair of losses to Byron (70-30) and Sioux Central, Iowa, (43-37), but first year head coach Jacob Vetter was much more upbeat following the second game, even though the gals lost.

     
  • Guys even record at 1-1 with win over Southland

    Jacob Rindels scored 20 points and Quinn Larson added 14 as the Kingsland boys evened their 2014-15 record at 1-1 with a 71-56 win Friday over the Southland Rebels. 

     
  • “We are returning four players that saw some varsity playing time last year,” said first-year Kingsland girls basketball coach Jacob Vetter.  Those four players include senior Lacy Schwarz, junior Reann Kimball and sophomores Gracie Schmidt and Kailey Link.

     
  • Boys lose season opener to St. Charles

    The Kingsland boys basketball team lost their season opener Friday to St. Charles, 65-49. 

     
  • Youth wrestling programs are starting for elementary school students in the Kingsland district.

     
  • Kingsland should have plenty of experience this season as 17 players were listed on the “final stat” sheet for the 2013-14 Kingsland Knights boys basketball team, and 15 of them were sophomores or juniors. 

     
  • “It’s not all about wins and losses,” stated Kingsland Activities Director Steve Hauser.

     
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