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Boys Soccer Recap

Boys Soccer Recap

Kathryn Flaherty, Artist

September 26, 2015


Filed under Sports

The Albert Lea Tigers fell to St. Peter on Saturday. The Saints opened up the scoring in the first 10 minutes on a corner kick, then scored again on a penalty kick in the first half. St. Peter went on to score another goal in the 63rd minute and win 3-0....

Girls Soccer and Volleyball Recap

Girls Soccer and Volleyball Recap

Emily Wangen, Online Editor

September 24, 2015


Filed under Sports

Tonight was a night filled with glow sticks, neon, fire, and Bruno's Corndogs as the Albert Lea Tigers took on Rochester John Marshall and Rochester Century in volleyball and girls soccer at home.   Fans stood on the edge of their seats as the volleyball team defeated JM with a 3-1 game win....

Meet the Managers

Carly Nelson, Photographer

August 30, 2014


Filed under Feature, Sports

Students Chloe Stripe and Cammy Tewes tell how it is as a team manager

ALHS Wrestlers Make a Presence at the State Tournament

ALHS Wrestlers Make a Presence at the State Tournament

Ben Jones, Activities and Entertainment Coordinator

March 2, 2013


Filed under Issue 5, Sports, Top Stories

    Members of the Albert LeaHigh School wrestling team made an appearance at the State wrestling tournament on Friday. ALHS students that wrestled on Friday include Beau Johnsrud, Trevor Westerlund, Garret Wangsness, Dakota Wangsness, Lucas Hansen, Tristian Westerlund and Jacob Kunkel. Tiger...

Welcome back

Welcome back

Annie Ladwig, Photographer

February 21, 2013


Filed under Sports

No worries for NHL fans anymore. The NHL lockout finally reached an agreement on January 6, after 16 continuous hours of negotiating. After 113 days in which both parties could not find a common ground to settle on. "I thought the lockout would last all season, I’m just happy it’s started back agai...

Heart, hoops, hope

Heart, hoops, hope

Ben Jones, Activities & Ent. Editor

February 21, 2013


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

One can expect a few things when attending an Albert Lea High School boys’ basketball game. There will be copious amounts of school spirit, some sweaty players, and junior Tyler Vandenheuvel raining three-pointers from all corners of the gym. Vandenheuvel has been a well known presence in Albert Lea...

Thinking Pink

Ben Jones, Sports and Entertainment Editor

October 23, 2012


Filed under Sports

     ‘Pink’ would have been the best way to describe the crowd at the Albert Lea Tigers volleyball game on Tuesday October 16th. There were pink shirts, pink pants and pink bodysuits. It was all done for one purpose: breast cancer awareness. The senior volleyball players organized a ‘pink out...

Racket Prodigy: 8th grade student on tennis varsity

Racket Prodigy: 8th grade  student on tennis  varsity

Ben Jones

May 11, 2012


Filed under Issue 6, Sports

The whack of a tennis ball. The whiz of a racket. The grunt of a player. The sounds of feet moving rapidly. One of those pair of feet on the Albert Lea High School courts are smaller than the rest. Those feet belong to Taylor Herfindahl. Herfindahl is only in 8th grade, yet he is on varsity tennis....

Teacher/Spouse/Coach/Parent: Teachers learn to balance life with the demands of students

Teacher/Spouse/Coach/Parent: Teachers learn to balance life with the demands of students

Dean Anderson

May 11, 2012


Filed under Issue 6, Sports

What did he just say?” “Wait… What?” Any of these moments of confusion can be heard in just about any classroom anywhere. Students have numerous reasons for not paying attention in class or simply not understanding to get help with homework or understanding the lesson. Then the teacher pushes...

Trading Laces: Students swap spring sports

Trading Laces: Students swap spring sports

Laura Piper

May 10, 2012


Filed under Issue 6, Sports, Top Stories

As the track team prepares for its upcoming meets team members stretch their legs and get ready to run. Among them are several new faces. Track has significantly increased in popularity this year. The team has even drawn athletes away from other usual spring sports. “I just didn’t want to do softball...

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