Preps of the Week

Miles Patton

Mayo wrestler Miles Patton is ranked fourth in the state for the second year in a row.

  • Lucas Hacker

    Lucas Hacker's first hockey memories involve the first coach he ever knew.

  • Katie Helt

    This is the first year that Lourdes basketball is without coaching legend Myron Glass. 

  • Eli Hallman

    Basketball runs in the Hallman family.

  • James Johnston

    The Mayo boys ice hockey team has started the year off on the right foot.

  • Chloe Summerfield

    "We didn't really know what to expect coming from last year, but (head coach Brett) Vesel worked really hard with us over the summer, and I know that each invdividual did something for themselves to try and improve the team, and it's really paid off."

  • Carter Greguson

    The Lourdes Eagles clinched their trip to the Class AAA State Championship game last Saturday.

  • Austin 200 freestyle relay team

    Austin's 200 freestyle relay team thought they had the talent to go to state this year, but things were far from certain.

  • Grand Meadow defense

    Five turnovers, and just 172 yards allowed.

  • Jackie Bleifus & Marissa Behrens

    The Stewartville volleyball team says Saturday's state title still feels like a dream.

  • Olivia Cook

    When Olivia Cook was asked how long she's been swimming, she laughed and said as soon as she could float.

  • James Mathison

    James Mathison's love affair with cross country is over, after six years on varsity.

  • Nora Holtan

    Making History. That’s exactly what Nora Holtan is doing this season.

  • Michael Michalak

    Entering last Saturday's section semifinal, Mayo wideout Michael Michalak needed just 87 receiving yards to break one thousand for the season.

  • Kirsten Keefe

    The Three Rivers Conference was up for grabs between St. Charles and Chatfield.

  • Aaron Quandt

    Aaron Quandt continues to put up impressive numbers.