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10
Oct
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Linn and WashCo. at Centralia triangular

The Washington Co. Tigers celebrate after beating Linn.

 

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Wed
10
Oct
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Clifton-Clyde and WashCo. cross country action

Natalie Harlan took home fi rst place once again. Harlan is currently the fourth-ranked runner in Class 1A.

 

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Tue
02
Oct
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Hanover rolls through Onaga

Jonah Weber, 88, opens a running lane for Carter Bruna, 2.

 

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Tue
25
Sep
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Mankato-Rock Hills beats Linn 54-8

Linn scored eight points on Rock Hills, but the former #2 state-ranked team racked up 34 points in the second quarter to end the game at half, beating the Bulldogs 54-8.

“Defensively we are getting to position but not making plays needed to get off  the field,” said Linn Head Coach Ron Smith. “We are young and very inexperienced so these mistakes get magnified on the field against solid opponents. I was pleased with our return game and we had some good pass plays on the offensive side but couldn’t sustain drives. We have to work a lot on fundamentals and continue to improve.” 

 

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Tue
25
Sep
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Harlan wins second race in a row

WCHS freshman Natalie Harlan won her second race in a row and junior Tyler Simmons was third in the boys division on Monday at the Washington County Cross Country Meet at Cedar Hills.

Harlan crossed the line in 20:51.44, winning the girls’ race. She came in second place behind Axtell’s Olivia Kuckelman in the first two races of the season, but beat her on Thursday and at Monday’s race.

 

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Tue
18
Sep
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Wildcats destroy Mankato-Rock Hills 68-0

Daiken Stallbaumer looks for an opening while carrying the Jonah Weber attempts to get past the Mankato offensive line.
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Tue
11
Sep
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Washington County switches to 8-man football for the first time

BY DAN THALMANN

Washington County enters its first year as an 8-man football team. They will be competing in Division 1 for the next two years for sure. Some of the players have some 8-man football experience from junior high and coach Doug Thompson was an assistant coach on the 8-man level a few years ago, so this will not be a totally foreign move.

Participation in football jumped from last year when the Tigers only had 12 players playing 11-man football. The Tigers have 21 athletes on the team this year including four seniors who did not play last year as juniors. There are also seven freshmen. While the team will be young, several had quite a bit of experience last season because of low numbers. They have eight returning letter winners. They graduated three letter winners this spring.

Tue
11
Sep
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Action from the Washington County quadrangular

Washington County’s Lauren Simmons sets the ball up for her teammates.

 

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Wed
05
Sep
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Action from the Linn triangular

Linn triangular Tuesday, Aug. 28

Clifton-Clyde started their volleyball season with two wins on Aug. 28 at Linn, while Hanover split and host school Linn had two losses.

Clifton-Clyde came from behind against Hanover in the fi rst set to win 25-22 and then controlled much of the second set to take the match.

The Eagles fell to a hot start by Linn in the fi rst match 25-18, but came back in the second two sets to win the match after 25- 12 and 25-20 sets.

 

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Wed
05
Sep
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Two runners-up in opening meets

The Washington County cross country teams opened their season on Saturday at Marysville.

Washington County cross country runners took the runner-up spot in the boys and girls divisions.

Freshman Natalie Harlan took second place in her fi rst high school meet of her career, fi nishing in 21:56, behind Olivia Kuckelman of Axtell who ran a 21:23. Her time was over two minutes better than the third place time.

 

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