Gymnasts compete at conference


Maple Lake varsity and junior varsity gymnasts traveled to Becker on Saturday, Feb. 8, to compete at the Granite Ridge Conference Meet. The gymnasts could not contain their excitement of competing as they had not had a meet in more than two weeks. 
"It's different competing at the bigger meets, like conference, because there is always more competition and more at stake," senior Heather Schlueter said.
For the individual accomplishments, Jordan Sifferle took first place, Delaney Sifferle tied for sixth place and Maddi Maas tied for eighth place. On bars, Jordan Sifferle took eighth place. Three varsity gymnasts – Schlueter, Jordan Sifferle and Gracie Elsenpeter – earned all-conference titles. 
More information appears in this week's Messenger.

The final strike: Lightning finish regular season with wins


As the final week of regular season drew to a close, the Annandale-Maple Lake Lightning wrestlers were aware that two victories would begin the post-season with a shock. However, it would take a sufficient amount of effort to get ahead of their challengers, the Sauk Center-Melrose Mainstreeters and St. Thomas Academy Cadets. Both Teams provided exemplary talent, but the Lightning were prepared to brew up a storm.
Thursday night brought a long haul for ANML, trekking an hour to Sauk Center for the Mainstreeter matchup. The grueling bus ride didn't stifle the grapplers’ intensity, though. The boys came, saw and conquered, winning all but three matches. The final results would reflect their dominance, winning 54-13.
More information and stats appear in this week's Messenger.

Lightning clash at Conference meet, finish fifth overall

Nate Carlson controls Dylan Pundsack, of Hutchinson, en route to a 7-1 decision and third-place finish overall.



Irish girls run into tough competition

Rayne Coughlin drives against a Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted defender. She scored 32 points in two games.

Kayla Hoistad brings up the ball in the Irish’s loss to HL-W-W.



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