The MAHACA wrestling team entered into the postseason with the first round of the Section 3AA playoffs at Lac Qui Parle Valley High School. The Tigers were the fifth seed and they played the four seed Hutchinson/BLHS. MAHACA did not have their A-game and fell 64-8. The Tigers fell in the first five weight classes […]
The MBA boys capped off the double-header with the girls against Worthington Dec. 16 in Benson. The Storm had their highest goal total of the season when they went off for eight goals, winning 8-3. Zach Wrobleski finished the game with a hat trick scoring three goals and dishing out an assist for the Storm.
The MBA girls kicked off a double-header with the boys against Worthington Dec. 16 in Benson. The girls had lost five in a row, but came through with a 3-0 win over Worthington. Karlie Bruns scored two goals and the other came from Elizebeth Day. Ava Breuer had it going in the net, saving all
The Morris Area/Hancock/Chokio-Alberta team joined 29 other teams at the Redwood River Riot Dec. 15-16. The Tigers finished the tournament in 25th with a total of 37.5 points and Marshall won the meet with 163.5 points. MAHACA had two wrestlers place in their weight brackets. Grayson Gibson was fourth at 139 pounds and Andrew Marty
The Tiger girls basketball team hosted Minnewaska in Morris Dec. 15. The Tigers fell behind 36-9 at halftime and could never get back in the game, losing 70-29. Kaylee Harstad led the team with nine points and four rebounds. For full story, check out the December 26 issue of the Stevens County Times.
After a tough loss to Hillcrest Lutheran Academy, the Owls got back on track in a big way against Ashby at home Dec. 15. The Hancock boys absolutely destroyed the Arrows 72-28, led by a double-double from Hudson VerSteeg with 27 points and 13 rebounds. For full story, check out the December 26 issue of
The Tigers boys basketball team had the unique opportunity to play at Target Center against Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial Dec. 15. The game featured two MACA Tigers as head coaches with Jake Torgerson for MACA and Jake Manska for LCWM. Thanks to three players in double figures, Charlie Hanson, Drew Huebner and Riley Asmus, the Tigers
The Tigers got their swimming and diving season started when they traveled to Fergus Falls Dec. 9. MACA joined Detroit Lakes, Thief River Falls and Fergus Falls. The Tigers finished third with 211 points, behind Fergus Falls and champion Detroit Lakes, who had 521.5 points. Isaac Just was the only Tiger to earn a win
The Tigers improved to 3-1 with a 2-1 week last week. They started with a blow out win on the road against Lac qui Parle Valley Dec. 2 by a score of 78-43. In another road game against Melrose Area on Dec. 5, the Tigers snuck out of town with a 68-65 victory. They capped
The Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta girls basketball team was busy last week with three conference ball games, all at the friendly confines of Morris Area High School. First, the Tigers earned their first win of the season with a 43-29 win over Melrose Dec. 5. On Dec. 7, MACA fell at the hands of New London-Spicer 56-38