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THREE RIVERS CONFERENCE

There is some serious girls basketball talent to replace in the Three Rivers Conference this winter, including Post Bulletin 2020-21 Player of the Year Macy Holtz of Plainview-Elgin-Millville. There is also some serious talent returning. Among that group is someone we'll have our eyes on for a while, incoming sophomore Makadyn Gust of St. Charles.
St. Charles basketball and golf coach Terry Knothe has announced his retirement from the school after 42 years on the job.
Lourdes, Hayfield and Randolph are all conference leaders in baseball and all three teams remain unbeaten.
At least four players from the Post Bulletin 2021 All-Area Girls Basketball Team will go on to play Division I basketball, including first-teamers Anna Miller, Lilly Meister and Sacia Vanderpool.

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Caledonia has four players named to the Three Rivers All-Conference team, which includes 18 total players.
Cotter placed a league-high four players on the All-Three Rivers Conference girls basketball team this season.
The Section 1 girls basketball tournament begins this week, with all kinds of contenders to make it to the state tournament, particularly in Class AA.
Plainview-Elgin-Millville won the Three Rivers West title for the first time in seven years on Thursday. A big reason why is the Bulldogs' loud bench that finds creative ways to ramp up the energy, including one senior who just wants to help his friends win.
There are some sophomores in southeastern Minnesota who are big difference-makers this girls basketball season. Cali Esser of La Crescent is one of them. But they are all over the place.
A lot of important and head-turning things went down this past week in southeastern Minnesota girls basketball. Among them was Houston nipping Kingsland by a single basket, giving the unbeaten Hurricanes bragging rights atop the Southeast Conference.

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Pat Bowlin and Brian Harris have 47 years of experience between them coaching girls basketball at their respective schools, Bowlin at Winona Cotter and Harris at Dover-Eyota. Today, we have them look back on their careers, ask what drives them and ask what impresses them about each other.
For the second time in a week, Winona Cotter used a game-winning shot by a Williams sister. This time it was to beat red-hot Dover-Eyota.
Conner Schumacher, a competitive, feisty senior on Plainview-Elgin-Millville's boys basketball team will do anything to win, and he's shutting down everyone in his path.

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