After the Canby/Minneota girls cross country team qualified for the Class A state meet for the second straight year, coach Allyson Pesek was unable to contain her pride.
Minneota opened title defense of Section 3A with an impressive 25-11, 25-7, 25-15 sweep of Dawson-Boyd in the 3A-North volleyball quarterfinals on Friday night in Minneota.
Ryan Dalager threw three touchdown passes for the second straight week and Max Rost scored three times as Minneota upended Canby 39-6 in the Section 5A semifinals in light snow flurries Saturday at
In a match between two highly-ranked Class A teams, No. 1 Minneota outlasted No. 4 Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 23-25, 25-12, 25-19, 26-28, 15-7 Thursday night before a packed gym in Tyler.
In dominating fashion, Minneota captured the Camden Conference championship with a 25-15, 25-13, 25-18 victory over MACCRAY on Monday night in Clara City.
Canby/Minneota had six girls and four boys earn all-Camden Conference status after finishing in the top 10 at the conference meet Thursday in Canby.
As expected, Minneota was seeded No. 1 for the upcoming Section 3A volleyball tournament.
Minneota amassed 573 total yards and scored 10 touchdowns en route to a 70-8 victory over Lakeview in the Section 5A quarterfinals Tuesday night at K.P. Kompelien Field in Minneota.