The Hancock football team was one of 10 teams that competed at the University of Minnesota Morris nine-man camp Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, July 17-19, at Big Cat Stadium in Morris. Nearly 200 campers participated in the camp. Practice officially starts for area teams Monday, Aug. 14.
The West Central Retrievers Club held Field Trials Saturday, July 21, at the Heitzman Grounds north of Morris near the Pomme de Terre public access. There were over 175 dogs that participated at the trials, West Central Retrievers Club President Dan Sayles said. The dogs and handlers compete by retrieving birds, sometimes up to three,
The Stevens Community Medical Center broke ground on a 16,000 square foot addition to the medical center Tuesday, June 20, in Morris. The emergency room will see the largest benefit from the expansion, which includes an 11,000 square foot main floor with an extra 5,000 square feet on the upper level. “The current ER is
Nearly 250 cyclists biked into Morris Wednesday, June 21 on day three of the Tour of Minnesota, which is a seven-day bike tour that happens every June. Formerly known as the Klobuchar Ride, or Jaunt with Jim, the week-long ride was started by Jim Klobuchar back in 1974 and completed its 49th year Saturday, June
The Morris Area / Chokio-Alberta Tiger softball team ended the regular season with two wins in a home round robin tournament Saturday, May 20 to finish the regular season 17-2. The Tigers opened the Section 3AA playoffs as the top seed in the North subsection, beating No. 8 Montevideo and No. 5 Litchfield Tuesday, May
Five Morris Area / Chokio-Alberta track and field athletes were named to the all-conference team after finishing in the top two at the West Central Conference meet Tuesday, May 16, at Montevideo. The Tiger girls were led by two individual titles from junior Hailey Werk. She won the 800-meter run with a time of 2:28.22
Hancock track and field produced nearly 75 season and personal bests between two meets last week. The Owl boys finished in second while the girls were third at Border West Monday, in Wheaton, and the boys tied for third while the girls were seventh overall at the Benson Invite Thursday, May 11. The Owls next
Senior Gabi Joos tossed a no-hitter in the 2023 season opener for Hancock softball Monday, May 1. The win came on the front end of a Little Eight Conference doubleheader against Ashby, who earned a split with an 18-6 game two win. Hancock is 1-3 after dropping a doubleheader to Brandon-Evansville Thursday, May 4, in