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Dover-Eyota's Gavin Gust, who won a state title last season, and Kasson-Mantorville's Cole Glazier, a St. Cloud State University commit and two-time top three state finisher, are among the top wrestlers in southeastern Minnesota this winter.
Cities in the Rochester area are preparing to fill their ice rinks as Minnesota delves into winter.
Three of the burglaries occurred on Monday and Tuesday in northeast Rochester.
Olmsted County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to a residence in Eyota, where life-saving measures were being performed on the man.
The lineup includes two renditions of Beauty and the Beast, as well as the Wizard of Oz, Arsenic and Old Lace, Mary Poppins, and more.
Caledonia: Logan Koepke, jr. outside hitter; Paige Klug, sr., middle hitter/outside hitter; Jovial King, Braelyn Lange, jr., middle hitter; Liv Myhre, so., right-side hitter. Chatfield: Jaelyn LaPlante, so., outside hitter; Harper Goldsmith, fr., setter; Cora Bicknese, eighth grade, libero; Kara Goetzinger, sr., middle hittter. Winona Cotter: Savannah Repinski, fr., setter. Dover-Eyota: Taryn Bany, jr., outside hitter. Fillmore Central: Kammry Broadwater, jr., outside hitter; Kyla Hellickson, fr., libero; Alyssa Britton, jr., middle hitter. La Crescent: Kinlee Grattan, jr., setter. Lewiston-Altura: Lavin LeJeune, fr., setter; Rylee Kennedy, so., middle hitter/outside hitter. Rushford-Peterson: Kaylee Ruberg, sr., outside hitter; Isabelle Kahoun, sr., setter; Tayler Helgemoe, jr., middle hitter. St. Charles: Lauryn Delger, sr., outside hitter; Eva Anderson, sr., setter. Wabasha-Kellogg: Kaylie Vold, sr., outside hitter; Ileana DeAngel, jr., setter.

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EYOTA — In addition to governor, Minnesota voters will decide the balance of power in the Legislature when they vote to elect 67 senators and 134 representatives.
Just 11 days after suffering a three-score loss at Dover-Eyota, Goodhue flipped the script Tuesday night, beating the Eagles 27-7 in a Section 1AAA quarterfinal football game.
Chatfield is the obvious favorite in the Section 1AA football playoffs, with Caledonia, Dover-Eyota, Goodhue and Triton all seen as having an outside chance.

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