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The Morris Area / Chokio-Alberta Tiger gymnastics team hosted Melrose on Thursday, Jan. 5 in Morris. Both varsity and JV fell to the Dutchmen, who are state-ranked at the varsity level. "We noticed that the past few seasons when we compete against Melrose, home or away, the girls have a great meet," head coach Trent Oberg said. "When we are relaxed and having fun, good things happen."
The Hancock Owls got back on the winning side on Friday, Jan. 6 at KMS. The Owls built up a 35-16 halftime lead and cruised to a 66-44 victory over the Saints in non-conference boys basketball action. Hancock improved to 5-2 on the year as KMS fell to 1-8.
The Hancock Owls won a low-scoring girls basketball game in Kerkhoven on Friday, Jan. 6 in the front end of a girls-boys doubleheader with the KMS Saints. The Owls held a three-point edge at the half and increased that edge to four by the end of regulation to earn a 44-40 win over the Saints.
Carley Stewart scored 24 points and had eight rebounds and five assists in the Lakers' victory over Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta on Friday, Jan. 6 at Minnewaska Area High School in Glenwood.
The Morris Benson Area Storm finally got a win in girls hockey Saturday, Jan. 7 against Worthington after suffering a loss to Luverne on Friday, Jan. 6 to open 2017 play. Saturday afternoon was senior night and MBA honored lone senior Nicole Berens. RELATED: Storm swept by Lakers , prep girls hockey , MBA Storm hockey
Worthington and Morris Benson Area faced off in boys hockey in the second game of a doubleheader on Saturday, Jan. 7 in Benson. Worthington had a second period goal that ended up being the game winner to edge the Storm 3-2.
The Morris Area / Chokio-Alberta Tigers were outplayed in both halves against Sisseton on Friday, Jan. 6 in Morris. Sisseton held a 10-point at halftime, then doubled it to win 60-40. RELATED: Comeback falls short for Morris/C-A , prep boys basketball , Morris/C-A athletics
Noah Kannegiesser scored 29 points, but it wasn't enough as Battle Lake powered back to defeat Hancock Thursday, Jan. 5 in a Section 6A-South matchup. RELATED: Balanced scoring leads Owls to victory (with video) , prep boys basketball , Hancock athletics
Redwood Valley made quick work of Morris Benson Area on Thursday, Jan. 5 in Benson. Redwood scored four times in the first period and added three in the second to cruise to an 8-1 victory.
BOLD made quick work of the Morris Area / Chokio-Alberta Tigers during a conference boys basketball matchup on Thursday, Jan. 5 in Morris. The Warriors jumped out to a 37-27 lead at the half and cruised to a 68-63 victory over the Tigers. Mason Mages scored 18 points and hit four three-pointers including one with less than a minute to go to seal the deal against Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta. Thomas Meyer's was the game's leading-scorer. He finished with 21 points for the Warriors.