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Tudor Flintham has been named the head men’s soccer coach at Gustavus Adolphus College, which was announced Monday by Athletics Director Tom Brown. Flintham most recently completed his third season as the head men’s and women’s soccer coach at Nebraska Wesleyan University.

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Between the end of the cross country season on Nov. 4 and the start of track practice March 12, Loyola/Cleveland distance specialist Mitchell Johnstone logged about 400 miles through the cold and snow.

Nearly 12,000 students from 349 high school teams are participating in the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League’s (MNSHSCTL) 2018 spring season, which began April 1. Those are the highest participation numbers ever for the state, according to League officials.

Waterfowl conservation efforts in the upper Mississippi River Flyway, hunter use of state wildlife management areas and current waterfowl research are some of the topics planned for the Minnesota Waterfowl Symposium – a one-day conference for hunters, outdoor enthusiasts and wildlife professionals.

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With Waseca, Fairmont, St. James Area, St. Clair and Minnesota Valley Lutheran in the field, the Crusader Indoor invitational, held on the campus of Minnesota State Mankato Tuesday, was a competitive meet for Loyola/Cleveland.

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Lily Hollerich is the lone senior on the Cleveland softball team and also the only captain. She has been the starting shortstop since she was an eighth grader and participated in volleyball in Cleveland as well as club gymnastics in Mankato.

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Carter Kopet and Austin Plonsky. As three-sport athletes with varsity careers that began as seventh graders and with records slashed and dozens of accolades earned by both of them since then, it’s hard to mention one without the other.

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With a new coach, a new system and a varsity roster that included just five players who were not also on the short-staffed B squad, the odds were stacked heavily against the Cleveland girls basketball team this season

Play Ball! Minnesota will conduct a free youth baseball clinic Saturday, May 26 in St. Peter. Hosted by St Peter Baseball Association, the clinic will take place at Veterans Memorial Field 1 and 2. In the event of rain, the clinic will be relocated to Community Center.

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