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Sunday, 04 October 2015 11:05

NRHEG improves record to 5-1


YOU MAKE THE CALL — Panthers running back Perry Peterson stretches for the goal line as a LeSueur-Henderson defenseman hangs on Friday, Sept. 25 during NRHEG’s Homecoming at New Richland. Referees ruled Peterson was stopped short of the touchdown. The Panthers won, 35-14. (Star Eagle photo by Chris Schlaak)



As far as Dan Stork was concerned, only one thing really mattered last week: the football game Friday night.

All the festivities, parades and crownings don’t mean much, according to Stork, if you don’t cap Homecoming week with a win.

The Panthers did exactly that, crushing LeSueur-Henderson 35-14 while improving their record to 5-1.

Coach Stork, of course, had praise for his players, but he also had words of kindness for the opposition.

“I have to give LSH a lot of credit,” said Stork. “They're a solid team that plays very physical. Their coaching staff had their kids well prepared.”

Spikers bounce back against Maple River PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 04 October 2015 10:56

The NRHEG volleyball team had lost back-to-back conference matches to Medford and Blooming Prairie.

The Panthers weren’t about to let it happen again.

They never gave visiting Maple River much of a chance in their Homecoming match, defeating the Eagles 3-0 at New Richland Thursday, Sept. 24. Game scores were 25-23, 25-11, 25-22.

“After losing two conference matchups, tonight’s win was needed,” said NRHEG coach Onika Peterson, whose team improved to 7-5 overall and 3-2 in the conference.

Boys’ CC team puts on a good show for the home crowd PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 04 October 2015 10:54

The NRHEG High School boys’ cross country team had its day in the sun last Tuesday, and they made the most of it.

The Panthers turned in their best effort of the season in their only home meet, placing fifth among seven squads at Riverview Golf Course.

“It was a good team effort,” said coach Mike Weber.

RAACHE, a home school from Rochester, won with 34 points, followed by Loyola/Cleveland with 48, Tri-City United 77, Maple River 111, NRHEG 148, JWP/WEM 148 and Austin Pacelli 172.


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