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Forfeits help NRHEG wrestlers win at Medford PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 17 December 2014 13:24

NRHEG wrestlers traveled to Medford on Thursday December 11. The Tigers won 6 of the 11 matches that were wrestled, but the Panthers received three forfeits, which proved to be the difference. 

The final score was NRHEG 42, Medford 28. 

“Medford has a good group of wrestlers, said coach Shawn Larson.

 “We had good matches in almost all of the contested matches, and it would have been extremely interesting if they had a full line-up.”

“We wrestled well, though there is always room to improve.”

Key wins came from Dillon Kubiatowicz, Alex Merritt, and Jet Wayne who each earned falls for the Panthers.



Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 December 2014 13:25
Maple River gives boys their first loss PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 17 December 2014 13:22

The Panther Boys were undefeated at 4-0 until last Friday when they met the also-undefeated Maple River in a close match, coming out with a 66-70 loss.

“In a match-up of two pretty good teams, Maple River came out with all the intensity and got the well deserved victory,” observed Panther coach Pat Churchill. “They came out with intensity and NRHEG did not respond well.”

Maple River led by 6 poibts at halftime, and was able to extend the lead to as many as 16 in the second half.

“NRHEG tried to cut into the lead but was unable to get anything close to a run to get back in it,” said Churchill.

Grant Sonnek led the Eagles with 20 points and Jonah Breiter and Will Keller each had 17.  Spencer Tollefson had 31 for the Panthers and Oakley Baker had 12.  

The NRHEG Junior Varsity lost to Maple River 43-46 after two overtimes.

NRHEG next plays Medford at home on Friday Dec. 19.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 December 2014 13:23
BP defense holds down Panthers PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 17 December 2014 13:21


THWARTED – Above: Blooming Prairie defense gets their hands on the ball while Anna Stork tries to drive to the hoop. Right: Rebounding was difficult with BP having the height advantage.     Star Eagle photos by Chris Schlaak


Staff Writer

The Blooming Prairie Blossoms won their first victory since 2008 against the previously-undefeatable Panthers last Tuesday, taking the game 52-28.

The Blooming Prairie defense cranked it up and kept the Pantheres under control, holding them to just 8 points in the first half.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 December 2014 13:26

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