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Pigskin Pangs:Many football injuries early in the year

Pigskin Pangs:Many football injuries early in the year

Ben Jones, Design Editor

November 3, 2011


Filed under Sports

Lately, the snapping of the football for the Albert Lea Tigers has meant more than the start of another play. It has also meant the snapping of bones. In the first game of the season, junior Lucas Hansen was injured when he fell backward and his leg stuck to the ground in the wrong direction. He was...

Playing for Greatness: Kriewall plans to play college for St. Thomas

Playing for Greatness: Kriewall plans to play college for St. Thomas

Kelsey Thomas

May 22, 2011


Filed under Issue 7, Sports

The time has come for the birds to leave the nest. One by one they drop. Suspended in space before their tiny wings unfurl and catch them before they hit the ground. Using the newly found appendages, they ascend into the sky and flap off into the distance. For the first time, the birds are on their own. In...

Living for Golf:Pulley works to bring her golf game to the next level

Living for Golf:Pulley works to bring her golf game to the next level

Brady Falk, Staff

April 8, 2011


Filed under Issue 6, Sports

If you go out to Wedgewood Cove Golf Club, you will probably see sophomore Megan Pulley working on her golf game. She likes to spend as much time as she can at the golf course working on her skills and improving her game to be the best she can be. Pulley is typically at the course at least six days a ...

Final Buzzer: Seniors reflect on last season

Final Buzzer: Seniors reflect on last season

Ashlyn Freitag, Co-Ed

March 10, 2011


Filed under Issue 5, Sports

As the winter sports seasons come to an end, many athletes look forward to next year’s promises; however, for the graduating class of 2011 it is the final goodbye for a sport which they have invested so much time and passion.              Senior Alek Smed has played basketball for...

Fishing on the Frozen Ponds of Minnesota

Fishing on the Frozen Ponds of Minnesota

Brady Falk, Photographer

March 10, 2011


Filed under Issue 5, Sports

       The winters in Minnesota can be brutal, but there seems to be one sport that is very popular for many people no matter what the weather is like. Ice fishing has been one of the biggest winter pastimes in the Upper Midwest region.        Some students at Albert Lea High School take...

Boys hockey

Boys hockey

Kelsey Thomas, Opinion Ed

March 10, 2011


Filed under Issue 5, Sports

       The Albert Lea boys hockey team is one of the school’s most accomplished sports teams this year. They won the Big 9 title outright for the first time in Albert Lea history (two years ago they tied for a championship) On top of that, Coach Roy Nystrom now has the most wins as a coach in...

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