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  • Vikings shut out Comets, on to district finals
    Three runs were enough for the Decorah baseball team (22-8) overcome its six errors in Friday’s district semifinal to continue its pursuit of a State Tournament bid.
  • Trojans tangled with Hawks, fall 9-8
       What a ballgame!
       There’s no other way to describe Turkey Valley’s district semifinal baseball game versus Kee held Thursday in New Albin.
  • Chickasaws stop Warriors’ run
       The Warriors season came to an end in the class 2A district final against Class 2A top-ranked New Hampton, 9-2.
  •    Four members of the Decorah softball team were named to the All-Northeast Iowa Conference (NEIC) list last week.
       Lauryn Eggert, Katie Nimrod, and Hailey Nierling are all second-time honorees, while Ambria Pipho makes her inaugural appearance.
  • Vikings finish second in NEIC
    A pair of wins over Charles City (6-12 NEIC, 10-19 overall) on Friday earned the Decorah baseball team (12-4 NEIC, 18-7 overall) second place in the NEIC behind New Hampton – knotching its best league finish for the Vikings since the 2014 season.
  • Wins cap off Warriors’ regular season

    The South Winn baseball team (19-13 overall) concluded the 2017 regular season with three games in three days last week, collecting a pair of wins over quality opponents.

  • The Turkey Valley baseball team (10-18 overall) had one last hurrah as they visited Gladbrook-Reinbeck (13-8) on Thursday against a good young pitcher.
  • The quest for a baseball championship will begin across the state tonight.
  • Warriors survive Cougars; fall to Beckman Catholic
    Hitting is contagious.
    The South Winn softball team (17-15) proved that as they rang up nine runs in one inning Wednesday night in the second round of regional action versus the Sumner-Fred Cougars (16-14) in Calmar.
  • Lady Vikes collect seven hits
    On Thursday, the Decorah softball team (9-18) entered the Class 4A Region 4 quarterfinal on the road in Farley versus the Western Dubuque Bobcats (22-15) looking to win their first postseason game since 2012.
  • Viking teamwork tops W-SR
       Sitting at 10th in the Class 3A rankings, the Decorah baseball team added a couple notches to the win column Friday over Waverly-Shell Rock before falling to UIC champs Clayton Ridge-Central on Monday.
  • Trojans produce hits, fall to WarEagles
       Wrapping up conference action in a makeup contest Friday, the Turkey Valley (7-7 UIC, 9-17) baseball team welcomed Clayton Ridge-Central (14-2 UIC, 19-9) to Jackson Junction, falling in a pair of close contests.
       Monday, the Trojans visited the Riceville Wildcats and came away victorious, 11-4.
  • Lady Vikes close out regular season on the road
       It was a two-day affair to close out the 2017 regular season for the Decorah softball team (5-13 NEIC, 9-18 overall) on the road at NEIC leader Charles City (16-2 NEIC, 30-6 overall).
  • Winneshiek County Habitat for Humanity to hold annual golf outing August 3
       Winneshiek County Habitat for Humanity (WCHFH) will sponsor the Fourth Annual Don Kemp Memorial Golf Tournament on Thursday, Aug. 3, at Oneota Golf and Country Club. The 18-hole event will raise funds to build the organization’s next home, to be located in Ridgeway.
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Summer High Ropes Challenge at 12:00 AM on 6/3/2017
Start Time: 6/3/2017 12:00:00 AM
Location: 28097 Goodview Drive
Lanesboro, MN 55949
End Time: 8/29/2017 12:00:00 AM
Telephone: 5074672437
Live on the edge! The bluff edge that is...on the Eagle Bluff High Ropes Course. Travel from tower to tower over wires and wooden boards to reach the zip-line and enjoy the best view of SE Minnesota! This confidence building experience is great for family outings, reunions, scouts, youth groups, and individuals. Reservations required.