Former Worthington Trojan Martha Alwal is re-writing the record books down at Mississippi State University. Alwal, now a junior with the Lady Bulldogs, has already broken the school’s all-time record for blocked shots in her career. With 3 blocked shots in the Lady Bulldogs only loss of the season to Middle Tennessee in the Championship Game at the Gulf Coast Showcase, Alwal broke the school record of 180 career blocked shots held by Chanel Mokango.
The Little Sioux Conference has released their 2013 All-Conference Football Team.
Jordan Dingmann, Adrian
Logan Rogers, Adrian
Jake Bullerman-Diekmann, Adrian
Andy McCann, Adrian
Jesse Slater, Adrian
Logan Kluis, Murray County Central
Jeff Gladis, Minneota/Lincoln HI
Alec Engler, Minneota/Lincoln HI
Nathan Pavek, Minneota/Lincoln HI
Cole Hennen, Minneota/Lincoln HI
Austin Buysee, Minneota/Lincoln HI
Daniel Harrison, Minneota/Lincoln HI
Michael Anyasike, Dawson-Boyd
Michael Lee, Dawson-Boyd
Joey Lee, Dawson-Boyd
Dalton Palmer, Dawson-Boyd
The latest boys basketball ratings by Minnesota Basketball News.
1. Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa (1-0)
2. Rushford-Peterson (2-0)
3. Mountain Lake Area (1-0)
4. Southwest Minnesota Christian (2-0)
5. Dawson-Boyd (0-0)
6. Battle Lake (2-0)
7. Maranatha (2-0)
8. Ada-Borup (0-0)
9. Northern Freeze (1-0)
1. Perham (3-0)
2. Fairmont (4-0)
3. Esko (1-1)
4. Minnehaha Academy (0-0)
5. Plainview-Elgin-Millville (3-0)
6. Rochester Lourdes (2-0)
7. Pelican Rapids (3-0)
8. East Grand Forks (3-1)
9. Saint Cloud Cathedral (2-2)
The latest girls basketball ratings by Minnesota Basketball News.
1. Minneota (1-0)
2. Mountain Iron-Buhl (0-0)
3. Ada-Borup (0-0)
4. Goodhue (3-0)
5. Maranatha (0-0)
6. Blooming Prairie (1-0)
7. North Woods (1-0)
8. Win-E-Mac (0-0)
9. Lyle-Pacelli (1-0)
10. Mankato Loyola (2-0)
1. New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (0-0)
2. Kenyon-Wanamingo (3-0)
3. New London-Spicer (1-0)
4. Staples-Motley (2-0)
5. Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted (1-0)
6. Plainview-Elgin-Millville (1-0)
7. Pequot Lakes (0-0)
8. Foley (0-0)
9. Sauk Centre (0-0)
The Minnesota College Athletic Conference has released their weekly basketball awards, and Minnesota West's Tiffany Gehl has been named the MCAC Southern Division Player of the Week.
The Siouxland Conference has released their 2013 All-Conference Volleyball Team
Sarah Halse, JR, Central Lyon
*Jessica Van Beek, SR, Sheldon
Marti Vogel, SR, Sheldon
*Courtney Schafer, JR, Boyden-Hull
*Jennifer Buyert, SR, Sioux Center
*Alexis Conaway, SR, MOC-Floyd Valley
*Emily McDonald, SR, MOC-Floyd Valley
Shelby Schouten, SR, MOC-Floyd Valley
* Unanimous Selection
Michaela Wolter, Sr, Sibley-Ocheyedan
Allison Jongewaard, SR, Sheldon
Alyssa Brown, JR, MOC-Floyd Valley
Madison Beaver, JR, Sioux Center
Kendra Van Meeteren, SR, Boyden-Hull
WORTHINGTON – The Minnesota West Community and Technical College President Dr. Richard Shrubb last week filed an appeal with the Minnesota College Athletic Conference, asking that all MN West athletic teams not be penalized for the actions of just a few. Because of an incident that occurred Oct. 26 during and after a state quarterfinal football game in Brainerd, the MCAC had put all MN West teams on probation. Shrubb is instead asking that the football program face suspension during a period of review, leaving the other teams untouched.
The Worthington Trojan Football team wrapped up their 2013 season with their end of the year banquet on Tuesday night.
Awards were handed out on Tuesday night.
Trojan Award: Zak Abdulrahman
Lineman of the Year: Zach Kempema
Offensive Player of the Year: Will Dudley
Defensive Player of the Year: Carson Hagen
Special Forces Player of the Year: Will Mulder
Team Most Valuable Player: Will Dudley
Mountain Lake Area's Carter Kirk has signed a Letter of Intent to play basketball at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall.
The Minnesota College Athletic Conference has released their 2013 All-Division Football Teams for the season.
The Minnesota West Bluejays finished the season with a 6-3 record and had 4 players earn First Team All-Division this season in sophomore running back Reuben Linton II, sophomore linebacker Matt Shively, sophomore linebacker Cha'Ron Thompson and sophomore linebacker Dylan Hart.