Unbeaten Eagles ground Cardinals

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FAIRMONT — A baker’s-dozen worth of points. After New Ulm hockey teammates Ian Brudelie, Kaden Larson and Austin Uecker exited Martin County Arena in Fairmont on Thursday night, the juggernaut trio extended their seasonal point totals to 13 apiece. Brudelie erupted for a game-high six ...

New Ulm shuts out Fairmont Area

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NEW ULM — Behind a pair of hat tricks from seniors Michelle Smith and Malorie Anderson, the New Ulm Eagles rolled to an 11-0 shutout over the Fairmont Area Cardinals on Thursday night in a Big South Conference girls hockey game at the New Ulm Civic Center. Smith also added three assists, ...

Jaguars’ balance trips up Clippers, 69-29

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CLEVELAND — The Granada-Huntley-East Chain/Truman/Martin Luther Jaguars nearly had five players reach double figures in scoring to pace their road basketball win on Thursday night. Bethany Petrowiak, Olivia Mattson, Brianna Petrowiak and Londyn Bowers each eclipsed double-digit point ...

Fairmont Dance Team kicks off season

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FAIRMONT — The Fairmont Dance Team literally kicked off its season by competing in a high kick and jazz invitational on Nov. 30 in St. James. Fairmont’s junior varsity jazz team of Alyvia Anderson, Jaydan Moses, Allie Streit, Braelyn Miller, Season Kotewa, Jovie Rogge, Georgia Werre, ...

Fairmont 10U hockey posts 2nd-place finish at tourney

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FAIRMONT — The Fairmont 10U girls hockey team captured runner-up honors at last weekend’s tournament in Worthington. Logyn Luhmann produced a hat trick to power Fairmont to a 6-4 first-round victory over Worthington last Friday. Kenzley Tietje contributed two goals to the win, Emersyn ...

Magic gymnasts pounce by Tigers for 2nd straight win

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FAIRMONT — Lillie Schultz, Hannah Cole and Abi Chavez made a clean sweep of the all-around competition to power the Martin County Area Magic gymnasts to a 131.875-111.05 Big South Conference dual-meet victory over the Marshall Tigers on Tuesday night. “One hundred thirty was our goal ...