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2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics Cross-Country Skiing Gold Medalist Jessie Diggins is honored on a Highway I-35 billboard south of Pine City two miles south of MN Hwy 70. The photo on the billboard is of Diggins kissing the trophy she earned by winning the Tour de Ski Jan. 1-10. Tour de Ski …

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A years-long effort by hockey supporters in Pine City to build a varsity girls team became a reality as the Pine City/Mora/Rush City Dragon girls varsity team took to the ice for their first game at the Pine City Civic Center. 

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After a long pause, school athletes are getting back into the game. 

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Winter sports practice in Pine County and across Minnesota may resume beginning on Monday, Jan. 4, and competition could start on Thursday, Jan. 14.

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The Ogilvie Lions football team held their awards ceremony and honored both players and a coach for their achievements during the season.

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If it wasn’t for Minnesota Governor Tim Walz’s imposed pause on all organized youth sports until Dec. 19, this Monday would have seen thousands of teenage girls hitting the hardwood as gyms get filled with the rhythmic sounds of dribbling balls and swooshing nets. 

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The Mora varsity volleyball team only got to play six matches this season. A snowstorm, quarantines and COVID canceled or postponed most of the matches. The team started out with two of the toughest opponents for the season openers, falling to both Albany and Cathedral in the early season. L…

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James Hentila, a senior at Mora High School, has overcome, broke and set new athletic records for Mora High School weight lifting. He’s become an icon when it comes to working at a goal and achieving it. 

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The Ogilvie Lions entered the Section 2 9-man playoffs as the number two seed. Last Tuesday, Nov. 17, Ogilvie hosted the Nicollet Raiders in a first-round match-up. The teams have some history as Ogilvie hosted Nicollet in the second round of playoffs last season with Nicollet winning that g…

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The Mora Mustangs clinched the Northeast Blue District championship Friday night by defeating Crosby-Ironton 33-14 at Bergloff-Deis Field. The victory kept the Mustangs undefeated and in contention for the top seed in their section.

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The Ogilvie Lions are the District 9 North (White) champions. The Lions clinched the championship with a 22-7 victory over Carlton/Wrenshall Friday, Nov. 6. With the win, the Lions stayed undefeated with a 5-0 record. 

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The Mustangs traveled to Esko Friday, Oct. 30, and remained  undefeated with an impressive 40-18 victory. A balanced rushing attack was once again key as Mora rushed for 265 yards with four ball carriers getting at least 10 carries. After allowing a long Esko touchdown run in the first quart…

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After having an unexpected week off, the Lions were itching to get back on the field last Friday night, Oct. 30. The Lions showed they were ready when they dominated in a 38-14 victory over Cromwell-Wright. Ogilvie remains undefeated at 3-0 with the win. 

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The Mora athletic department announces that the parent meeting for students grades 7-12 planning on participating in a winter sport will be online. The presentation will be available at 4:00 p.m. on Nov. 16. 

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The Ogilvie Lions were to have played at Isle Friday evening, Oct. 23.  The football game was postponed.  Both schools will try to reschedule the game.  

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On a cold Friday night, Oct. 23, in Mora with muddy conditions on the field, the Mustangs held off a good Aitkin squad 28-16. The victory kept the Mustangs undefeated with a 3-0 record. Mora rushed the ball 60 times for 288 yards and only attempted one pass. It was a balanced rushing attack …

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After dominating the Pine City Dragons last week, the Mora Mustangs varsity football team next faces Aitkin — known for being one of the toughest defensive teams in the district.