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Panther wrestlers take trophy at KMS PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 21 January 2015 11:09



The NRHEG wrestling team continued a strong season on Friday, Jan. 16, claiming a championship title in a hotly-contested dual meet. The event featured head-to-head competitions against No. 6-ranked Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg (KMS) and No. 10-ranked West Central Area (WCA). NRHEG also squared off against Morris Area-Hancock Area-Chokio/Alberta (MAHACA).

The Panthers finished the meet in a three-way tie with the two ranked teams and earned the championship title based on the most cumulative team points for the event.

Dillon Kubiatowicz (120), Cordell Peterson (126), and Todd Erickson (285) all went undefeated in their matches for the day to help lead the Panthers to the championship trophy.

Kubiatowicz pinned WCA’s Hunter Hanson and MAHACA’s Ben Koehl while wrestling KMS’s Jonathon Tostenson to a 15-4 major decision.

Peterson tallied a pin against MAHACA’s Jared Rohloff while besting KMS’s Caleb Collins and WCA’s Levi Larkin 7-1 and 13-2 respectively.

Lady Panthers even record PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 21 January 2015 11:05



The Lady Panthers basketball team’s up and down season continued last week with a 42-21 loss to Blooming Prairie followed by a 58-48 win against United South Central.

NRHEG finished the week with a 6-6 overall record, 3-3 in the Gopher Conference.

Madison Worke had 13 points and Taylor Hagen netted 10 as the No. 4-ranked Awesome Blossoms cruised to their 11th straight win on Tuesday, Jan. 13. Marnie Wagner led the Panthers with 8 points while pulling down 13 rebounds. Maddie Wagner also grabbed 13 boards to go with 5 points.

The Panthers had an easier go of it on Friday, Jan. 16 as they downed the USC Rebels 58-48. Maddie Wagner led the Panthers with 17 points while also pulling down 9 rebounds and dishing out 7 assists. Marnie Wagner claimed a double-double with 14 points and 12 boards. Kaylie Camerer added 7 points and Ryann Hagen netted 5 in the Panther win.

NRHEG boys extend win streak PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 21 January 2015 11:04



The NRHEG Panthers held serve in the Gopher Valley Conference last week while rolling to a six-game winning streak overall. The Panthers improved to 12-2 overall, 6-1 in the conference, and hold a slim lead over Maple River (13-2, 5-1) who dealt the Panthers their only conference loss to date.

The Panthers secured wins against a pesky Blooming Prairie squad on Tuesday, Jan. 13, and persevered in a thrilling squeaker against last year’s conference co-champion United South Central on Friday, Jan. 16. NRHEG swept the week after returning home for a Saturday victory against Columbia Heights on Jan. 17.

Three different players stepped up to lead the Panthers in scoring in each of their three wins during the week to flex their depth and build team momentum. The Panthers entered the week ranked No. 10 in the Minnesota Class AA polls before wins over Blooming Prairie, No. 7-ranked (Class A) USC, and the Class AAA Hylanders.


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