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The Morris Area / Chokio-Alberta Tigers won three straight in four days to snap a four-game losing streak and improving to 13-10 overall. The Tigers defeated Benson, Lac qui Parle Valley, and West Central Area. RELATED: Tigers fall to undefeated Melrose , prep boys basketball , Morris/C-A athletics
The hot shooting continued on Tuesday, Feb. 21 when the Owls hosted West Central Area. The Owls, who took just a three-point lead at the halfway point, used stout defense and explosive offense to earn an 80-56 victory over the Knights.
The Morris Area/Hancock/Chokio-Alberta wrestling team season came to a close Saturday, Feb. 18 at the Section 8AA team tournament in Thief River Falls. The Tigers, seeded No. 10 in 8AA, took on No. 7-seeded Pequot Lakes/Pine River-Backus in the opening round of the 12-team tournament and fell 40-23.
Hancock went 1-1 in the girls basketball action over the past week. The Owls fell to Ortonville Saturday, Feb. 18, then hit the road to defeat Rothsay on Monday, Feb. 20. RELATED: Owls drop OT affair , prep girls basketball , Hancock athletics
The Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta gymnastics team wrapped up the 2016-2017 season at the Section 8A meet on Saturday, Feb. 18 in Perham. Out of the nine-team section, the Tigers took sixth with 125.925 points. Detroit Lakes and Perham took the top two spots, sending several individuals on to the Class A State Meet next Saturday, Feb. 25.
xxx RELATED: Kannegiesser lights up scoreboard in win , prep boys basketball , Hancock Owls xxx
The Tiger girls streak turned to four straight at Melrose Thursday, Feb. 16 in West Central Conference action. Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta used a three-point halftime lead to propell to a 51-47 win. RELATED: Tigers win third straight , prep girls basketball , Morris/C-A athletics
The Morris Benson Area boys closed out the regular season 1-19 with losses to Marshall and Breckenridge/Wahpeton this week. RELATED: Stars outshine Storm , prep boys hockey , MBA Storm
For the second time in eight days, it looked like Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta may just pull off the upset to end Melrose's undefeated season. Just like they did last week, the Tigers held a lead over the Dutchmen at halftime, 27-26, but couldn't hang on against the Dutchmen's second-half rush to fall 56-45.
The MAHACA youth wrestling program is off to a great start so for this season. The program has over 70 young wrestlers out this season in grades Pre K through sixth grade. As a team, the group has placed first at the St. Cloud Dual team tournament and 10th at the Brawl in St. Michael, the largest youth dual team wrestling tournament in the world.