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Feb

Irish boys basketball ends regular season with a win


Blake Wellsted maneuvers down the court, Thursday, Feb. 18, during the Irish’s final home game. Wellsted helped the Irish to a 45-42 win over Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa.

The Maple Lake boys basketball team struggled for a 45-42 win over Central Minnesota Conference foe Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa, Thursday, Feb. 18, after some second-half scoring woes.

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Wed
24
Feb

ANML Lightning youth wrestlers place top at duals


Front Row: Alex Towne, Gunnar Johnson, Cassen Brumm, Tavin Long, Porter Pribyl, Ezra Manuel and William Sunderland. Middle Row: Ayden Fitzgerald, Brayden Fobbe, Keagen Werk, Chance Johnson, Elijah O'Konek and Varner Jones. Back Row: Coach Jesse Puncochar, Owen Pederson, Brandon Cooper, Adam Klatt, Carsten Petersen, Nathan Klatt, and Coach Aaron Hempel.

At the Maple Lake Duals, the ANML Lightning K-3 wrestlers took third place with two close losses to STMA 33-36.

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Wed
24
Feb

Carlson earns 100th varsity career win


Annandale-Maple Lake Lightning wrestler Nathan Carlson, a junior, earned his 100th varsity career win at the Section 6AA Individual meet on February 19th. (Photo by Jennifer Carlson)
Wed
24
Feb

Borgert is off to compete at State

Elizabeth Borgert of Maple Lake took 1st place, all around, in the gymnastics meet held in Rockford on Sunday, February 14th.

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Wed
24
Feb

Moose prepare for first trip to section finals


Senior #11 Nate Maas brings the puck around to set up a play for the Moose.

The Monticello-Annandale-Maple Lake Moose hockey team will make its first section final appearance on Thursday, Feb. 25, after defeating No. 6 seed Mora and No. 2 seed Chisago Lakes.
The Moose went into the Section 5A Tournament as the No. 3 seed. They met Mora-Hinckley-Finlayson, the No. 6 seed at home on Thursday, Feb. 18, at the quarter-finals and beat the Mustangs 6-0.

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Wed
17
Feb

Jordan Sifferle returns to state


Sifferle on the vault at the Section 6A championship. (Photos by Delaney Sifferle)

Maple Lake senior Jordan Sifferle will return to the state gymnastics meet for the third year in a row thanks to a third-place finish on the vault at the Section 6A championship, Saturday, Feb. 13, at Melrose.

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Wed
17
Feb

Irish girls lose heartbreaker at buzzer


Molly Scheiber looks for an open teammate to pass the ball to during Friday night’s home game against Holdingford.

Macy Wurm maneuvers around a Holdingford Husker.

The Irish girls basketball team struggled to find a win last week, coming up short at three matches.

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Wed
17
Feb

Lightning fall to Falcons in semi-finals


Hunter Manka won a 9-1 major decision over Monticello’s Carsten Sherber. (Photos by Mary Christen)

Tanner Vassar won a 3-2 decision over Monticello’s Jack Bourgeois.

The Annandale-Maple Lake wrestling team fell to the Foley Falcons in the semi-finals of the Section 6AA tournament last week to end its season and shot at a state meet team appearance.

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Wed
17
Feb

Moose hockey to start post season on a high note


Moose hockey teammates celebrate after Nate Maas’s goal against St. Cloud Cathedral. (Photo by Charlene Wurm)

Maple Lake senior Nate Maas had three goals and an assist for the Monticello-Annandale-Maple Lake boys hockey team during two final regular season games last week that ended in a win and a tie.

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Wed
17
Feb

Irish beat Cubs, Bulldogs, fall to Crusaders


Alex Toedter goes in for a lay-up against the Paynesville Bulldogs, Tuesday, Feb. 9, at home. Toedter had 10 points in Maple Lake’s 73-45 win. (Photos by Brenda Erdahl)

Cole Trager battles for possession of the ball during Tuesday night’s game. Trager had six points for the Irish.

The Maple Lake boys basketball team is 15-9 and leads the Central Minnesota Conference after two wins and one loss last week.

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