Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Sports

A nice dig for the KoMet volleyball team. It turned out to be a break-even week for KM as they defeated Pine Island and then lost to Cannon Falls.
Kasson-Mantorville’s volleyball squad defeated Pine Island, 3-0, on Tuesday, October 5. Set scores were 25-13, 25-19, and 25-10. On Thursday, the KoMets suffered a 0-3 loss to Cannon Falls, com- pleting the break-even week. Set scores were 21-25, 17-25, and 22- 25. (Pine Island Match) Kasson-...
K-M soccer girls stopped by Wingers Kasson-Mantorville’s girls soccer team lost their final regular-season game, 2-1, to Red Wing, on Saturday, October 9. (K-M) Kaylee Narveson, 1 goal; Elle Hager, 1 assist; Goalie: Elizabeth Johnson, 8 saves. Lady KoMets soccer team takes two ties It was a...
Reese Tripp clears a path for Matt Donovan for the lead.
Kasson-Mantorville’sfoot- ball team battled a powerful Stewartville squad last Friday, October 8, and the Tigers outlasted the KoMets, 28-21. Quarterback Matthew Donovan was the impetus for K-M’s offensive attack, as he was involved in all three of the KoMets touch- downs. Donovan hit senior Gavin...
cassidy Thompson and the KM KoMets take on the byron bears in volleyball.
Byron volleyball girls won two matches and lost two matches, over the last two weeks. On Monday, September 27, Byron defeated Lourdes, 3-0. Set scores were 25- 20, 25-0, 26-24. On Tuesday, September 28, Byron defeated Zumbrota-Mazeppa, 3-1. Set scores were 25-19, 25-18, 20-25, 25-22. On Friday,...
Kasson-Mantorville Athletic Director Broc Threinen recently reached-out to athletic directors and admin- istrations of Triton, Pine Island, Blooming Prairie, Zumbrota-Mazeppa, Byron, and Hayfield (schools that make up the Dodge County Wildcat Hockey co-op). Threinen’s message was to inform the...
Hayfield's Cole Selk dives across goal line for 2 point conversion.
Kasson-Mantorville provided a fantastic finish in Friday night’s October1st matchup with a formidable Faribault team. The KoMets Matthew Donovan ran for a 73- yard touchdown in the waning moments of the game. That was the deciding dagger that gave K-M a 42-41 win over the powerhouse Falcons. Along...
QB Nick Netzke passes during the first quarter.
K-M football boys cruise along Kasson-Mantorville once again proved why they hold a No. 8-ranking, following a 42-14 beat down of winless Albert Lea on Friday night, September 24. The KoMets spread- around the scoring opportunities, with six different players tallying TDs. Gavin Giesler, Broc...
Byron volleyball team sweeps week Byron volleyball girls enjoyed a perfect “shutout” week, defeating Lake City, 3-0, on Tuesday, September 14; then “goose-egging” Pine Island, 3-0, on Thursday. Lake City match set scores were 25-18, 26- 24, and 25-15. (LC Match Stats) Byron: Clara Hoegh, 5 kills,...
K-M Running Back Anthony Moe-Tucker fights off the defensive line of the Mankato East team.
K-M ‘footballers’ suffer first loss The third-ranked Kasson-Mantorville boys aren’t accustomed to losing. In fact, until Saturday, September 18’s, tough 14-7 loss to Mankato-East, the KoMets were un- beaten in two previous games where they dominated both Byron and Winona. That said, all signs...
Volleyball Bears handle TigersByron’s volleyball team defeated the Medford Tigers, 3-1, last Tuesday, September 7. Set scores were 25-13, 25-6, 13-25, and 25-23.   Byron volleyball girls win weekend tourneyByron Bears had an appointment in court on Saturday, September 4, and they weren’t late for...

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