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  • By Greg Hoogeveen, sports editor
    June 12, 2024
    Luverne and Hills-Beaver Creek athletes earned medals in 11 events at the 2024 Minnesota State High School League Track and Field State Tournament Thursday, June 6, and Friday, June 7, in St. Michael. “I thought the kids had an excellent state meet,” LHS head coach Pete Janiszeski said. “We were very pleased with their efforts and their continued commitment to excellence and being their very…
  • By Greg Hoogeveen, sports editor
    June 05, 2024
    Luverne hosted the 2024 Minnesota State High School League Section 3A track and field championships Thursday, May 30. The Cardinals boys’ team finished first in the team competition with 80.33 points, and the girls’ team took first with a team score of 108.5. “We were very proud of the kids for their efforts and performances on Thursday,” LHS head coach Pete Janiszeski said. “They did an…
  • By Greg Hoogeveen, sports editor
    May 29, 2024
    The Luverne and Hills-Beaver Creek track and field teams gave the Section 3A South Sub Section meet a one-two punch Thursday, May 23. At the meet in Slayton the Luverne boys’ and girls’ teams finished in first place and the H-BC boys’ and girls’ teams placed second. “I thought we did well on both the boys’ and girls’ teams,” H-BC head coach Rex Metzger said. “We have quite a few kids moving on…
  • By Greg Hoogeveen, sports editor
    May 29, 2024
  • By Greg Hoogeveen, sports editor
    May 22, 2024
    Luverne and Hills-Beaver Creek participated in the Trojan Relays Tuesday, May 14, in Worthington. The Luverne boys’ team finished in fifth place and the girls’ team placed fourth in Class AA action. The Patriots boys’ team finished in third place and the girls’ team took first place in Class A. The boys’ Class AA team results are as follows: Fairmont – first with 146.5 team points, St. Peter…
  • By Greg Hoogeveen, sports editor
    May 22, 2024
    The Hills-Beaver Creek boys’ and girls’ track and field teams were crowned the Red Rock Conference champions Thursday, May 16, in Mountain Lake. The boys’ team took first place in the conference with a score of 156.6, and the girls’ team finished first with a score of 147.5. The last time either team won a conference title was the girls’ team in 2021 and the boys’ team in 1999. “It was pretty…
  • By Greg Hoogeveen, sports editor
    May 22, 2024
    The Luverne High School trap team finished their fifth week of competition at the Rock County Sportsman’s Club. Senior Cash Bonnett and junior Liam Murphy led the team with 45 clay targets shot in two rounds. Sophomore Nicholas Mann followed with a round of 44. Eight other LHS shooters scored in the 40s and 12 shot in the 30s. Luverne had one more regular season competition the week of May 19…
  • By Greg Hoogeveen, sports editor
    May 22, 2024
    The Hills-Beaver Creek boys’ golf team finished the Red Rock Conference tournament taking fifth place in the team event Tuesday, May 14, in Worthington. In four 18-hole matches, H-BC shot a total team score of 1557. Team conference champion Mountain Lake Area-Comfrey finished with a score of 1446. Southwest Minnesota Christian/Edgerton was second with a 1454, Heron Lake-Okabena-Fulda /…
  • By Greg Hoogeveen, sports editor
    May 15, 2024
    Luverne hosted the Section 3A True Team Track and Field Tournament Tuesday, May 7. Thirteen teams participated in the tournament to determine a champion in the boys’ and girls’ teams to move on to the State True Team tournament in Stillwater Saturday, May 18. Both the Luverne boys’ and girls’ track and field teams finished in first place and will move on to the State True Team meet. The H-BC…
  • By Greg Hoogeveen, sports editor
    May 15, 2024
    The H-BC golf teams played in the third week of the Red Rock Conference tournament Tuesday, May 7. The Patriot boys’ team traveled to Tyler, where they shot their best 18-hole score of the year, 377, for sixth place in the team competition. “The Tyler course was in great shape but was very wet, with lots of casual water from the two inches of rain that fell the day before,” said head coach Dan…
  • By Greg Hoogeveen, sports editor
    May 15, 2024
    The Luverne High School trap team had seven shooters score in the 40s and 13 shooters in the 30s in the third week of trap shooting May 5-11 at the Rock County Sportsman’s Club. Landon Ahrendt and Jaden Reisch were the top shooters, each with a two-round score of 43. Reisch shot a perfect 25 clay targets in the second round.   Week Three  Round1   Round 2    Total Landon Ahrendt 20 23 43…
  • By Greg Hoogeveen, Sports Editor
    May 08, 2024
    The Cardinals’ and Patriots’ track teams competed in the Bob Nangle Relays Tuesday, April 30, in Pipestone and the Howard Wood Dakota Relays Friday, May 3, and Saturday, May 4, in Sioux Falls. The Pipestone meet was cold, windy and wet with water standing in places off the track, according to H-BC head coach Rex Metzger. “I thought our kids dealt with conditions and had some nice performances,”…
  • By Greg Hoogeveen, Sports Editor
    May 08, 2024
  • By Greg Hoogeveen, Sports Editor
    May 08, 2024
    The Hills-Beaver Creek trap shooting team hosted their second Annual Border Battle event at the Garretson Sportsmen’s Club Friday, May 3. Minnesota teams from H-BC, Luverne, Southwest Minnesota Christian and Edgerton Public and South Dakota teams from Garretson, Dell Rapids, and Madison participated in the event. “The event brings shooters together who may compete against each other in the…
  • By Greg Hoogeveen, Sports Editor
    May 08, 2024
    The H-BC golf teams played in the second week of the Red Rock Conference tournament Friday, May 3. The Patriots boys’ team traveled to Mountain Lake, and Abby Olson played in Adrian. Head coach Dan Ellingson pointed out that the boys’ team shot a season low 391 at the 18-hole event. “As the team continues to play, they are improving and their putting and iron play has become better,” he said.…
  • By Greg Hoogeveen, sports editor
    May 01, 2024
    The LHS and H-BC track and field teams traveled to the Worthington Invitational Thursday, April 25. Temperatures were in the high 60s at the beginning of the meet and dropped to the high 50s toward evening. Wind and light sprinkles contributed to less-than-favorable conditions for athletes, but local teams performed well at the meet. The Luverne boys’ and girls’ teams both captured first place…
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