Jessen wins at Willmar, Montevideo PDF Print E-mail

luke in painLuke Jessen, after not running in Willmar due to an injury, collapsed after the race in Montevideo Tuesday. His coach-mother Beth Jessen extended a hand.

Hundreds of runners flocked to Wilmar Saturday — and most of them were from large schools including Hopkins, Moorhead, Fargo North, Hutchinson and Willmar.
When the dust cleared, Canby-Minneota-Lincoln HI’s Leah Jessen stood at the top of the girls bunch after her best time of 15:12.

Tuesday night at Montevideo she did it again, smiled and said her 15:08 was now her best time.

Former Viking loses to her old team PDF Print E-mail

dahl-derynckAshley (Hennen) Dahl (left) talked with Dodie Derynck of Minneota after the game Tuesday night.

By Byron Higgin, Mascot Publisher

Dawson-Boyd Coach Ashley (Hennen) Dahl looked across the court at the opposing team.

She saw a familiar sight — the yellow and blue Minneota Vikings were staring back at her.

Dahl, a former Viking who helped Minneota to the state championship was pitting her squad, the Dawson-Boyd Blackjacks, against her old team for the first time.

"A lot of memories came rolling back," she said after her squad lost to the No. 1 ranked team in the state, 25-15; 25-16 and 25-11.

Win over MACCRAY pushes win streak to 19 PDF Print E-mail

bottelmanJacob Bottelberghe (20) ran past the Wolverines and No. 55, Tanner Bedel.

By Byron Higgin

Mascot Sports Editor

"Jacob has been running hard all year and we finally got him a touchdown tonight," chuckled Minneota offensive coordinator Matt Myrvik.

Bottelberghe had a big night as the Vikings defeated MACCRAY 41-7 to run their season record to 5-0 and their undefeated streak to 19 and 0 over the past two years.

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