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Adam Scott Everson, 20, of Wykoff, trespassed on a residence and led police on a vehicle and foot chase throughout Grand Meadow in Mower County. The pursuit ended when Everson ran into an apartment
Wendi Irlbeck helps athletes, coaches and families with nutrition. She also relates to and encourages clients by sharing personal stories and her faith.
“I’ve been able to come here and continue to run my trains, and it’s been a lot of fun,” said Dale Rood of Dodge Center and Rail Runners Model Railroad Club member.
Schaeffer Academy: Kate Friese, sr., outside hitter. Southland: Katelyn McCabe, jr., outside hitter. Glenville-Emmons: Rachel Heskett, sr., middle blocker/setter. Kingsland: Anika Reiland, sr., outside hitter. Houston: Sydney Torgerson, sr., middle blocker/outside hitter; Jaden Woodard, so., outside hitter. LeRoy-Ostrander: Jordan Runde, sr., outside hitter; Jenna Olson, jr. setter; Benita Nolt, so., middle blocker. Lanesboro: Jessi Schrieber, sr., middle blocker; Kaci Ruen, sr., middle blocker; Jensen Storhoff, fr., setter/outside hitter. Grand Meadow: Izabel Fretty, sr., setter; Kendyl Queensland, sr., outside hitter; Lauren Queensland, so., outside hitter. Spring Grove: Addyson McHugh, sr., middle blocker; Maggie Life, sr., libero; Kenadee Gerard, sr., outside hitter; Kendal VanMinsel, so., setter. Mabel-Canton: Sahara Morken, so., setter; Sophie Morken, sr., outside hitter; Kinley Siney, fr., middle blocker; Saijal Slater, so., middle blocker; MaKenzie Kelly, sr., libero.
Results of the Section 1 9-Man football quarterfinals.
Spring Grove downed Lanesboro in the final regular-season game of the year. There is a great chance that those two top-five ranked Nine-Man football teams will meet again in the Section One title

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Several options available from goods and cash to blood donations in Grand Meadow and Rochester. Local chapters of organizations such as the Salvation Army and Red Cross are already on the scene.
For the last 11 years, Cael Gilbert's dad, Troy, was on the sidelines at every Grand Meadow football game. Now, Gilbert is using his senior season to honor the impact his father had on him.
Spring Grove, ranked No. 6 in the state in Nine-Man football, used a balanced offensive attack to topple Grand Meadow 47-16 in District-9 South play Saturday.

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