MARSHALL — That championship experience has kept Central Minnesota Christian calm. Leading 38-26 at halftime against Dawson-Boyd, the Blackjacks overcame that deficit, bringing it down to five with just under nine minutes to play. Through it all, the Bluejays never backed down. “We did it last year, so we knew
ST. JOSEPH – The Kimball area women’s basketball team avenged their regular season loss to the Osakis Silverstreaks by winning 48-43 in the Division 6AA playoffs Saturday at St. John’s University. Osakis beat Kimball 74-51 on Feb. 8. Kimball Area took a 22-4 lead late in the first half on
HENRIETTA — Midlakes High School’s women’s basketball team has set a goal of winning its first sectional title in three years. On Friday night, that goal became a reality. The top-seeded Screaming Eagles held off No. 3 seeded Wellsville 51-41 at Rush-Henrietta High School to win the Class B2 championship.
ARTESIA – After 80 minutes, the Artesia men’s soccer team’s 20-game winning streak was still alive, but the score was a draw. However, the Pioneers were still confident in overtime. “They believed in themselves. They believed in each other,” said Artesia boys soccer coach Octavio Marquez, who graduated from Artesia
After winning the first-ever CIF Sac Joaquin league title for Liberty Ranch men’s soccer, they faced Dixon last Tuesday night to win the SVC section title. Their first playoff game against Orestimba was a solid 5-1 victory. After that, nothing would be easy or taken for granted. The following game,
Like magician David Blaine, the St. Patrick-St. The Vincent High Boys basketball team is famous for their elaborate magic tricks. Throughout the game, the Bruin’s Lair crowd might have wondered what illusion the Bruins would create in the final minutes of the Division III North Coast Section championship against Ross’
Rochester’s big scorers Lourdes showed up when the Eagles needed them most. Senior defenseman Charlie Kielty, the team’s second-leading scorer, scored twice. Peyton Loeslie, a sophomore with 36 points, scored for the fourth time in five games. Top scorer Matt Mahoney added an empty goal. But the game-winning goal Thursday,
The New York State High School Football Coaches Association weighed in and the kudos continue to mount for Section 4 following a three state championship tournament. Maine-Endwell (Class B), Chenango Forks (Class C) and Tioga Central (Class D) won the organization’s Coach of the Year and Player of the Year