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In the first round of the 2013 section tournament, Stewartville beat Winona 38-20, and the Tigers also won a second round game in 2015 by a 21-6 score. THIS YEAR: Winona sits at .500 overall and in district play,

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Cotter sits at .500 overall and one game below .500 in district play, while Rushford is undefeated both overall and in-district. After a 35-0 road win over Wabasha-Kellogg last week, the Trojans are in the midst of a five-game win streak dating back to last season.

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Top performances for area high school players.

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Over the three seasons before this one, the Cotter High School football program won one game out of 20. It has already doubled that total after three games this fall. The Ramblers ran away with a 33-12 win over Wabasha-Kellogg on Friday to boost their record to 2-1,

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Top performances for area high school players.

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WABASHA — Cleveland built a 28-point halftime lead, then finished things off with a 40-0 win over Wabasha-Kellogg in the season opener for both teams. Cleveland outgained the Falcons 312-122 in ...

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The Minnesota State High School League has added a class in volleyball, soccer, cross country and track and field. With it comes more and better opportunities for schools to reach state tournaments.

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Marv began his career in Moville, IA teaching 7th grade science & coaching football. He then moved the family to Rochester in 1965 to begin teaching at Kellogg Jr High and then on to John Adams Jr ...

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That stamp, Biles’ transcendent success, has landed her on the covers of Vogue, Time and Glamour and endorsement deals with Visa, United, Kellogg’s Hershey, Oreo, Nike and more recently Athleta.

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Veteran business school administrator Dipak C. Jain, who was dean of Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management from 2001 until 2009, paid $1.585 million for a seven-bedroom, 6,507-square-foot newly constructed mansion in north suburban Golf.

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