• Updated
  • 0

On a steamy Monday, July 6, the Quamba Cubs put another win in the victory column by coming from behind against the Braham Snappers, an Eastern Minny League North Division opponent.  

featured
  • Updated
  • 0

With the Minnesota Department of Health giving clearance for baseball to begin games amateur baseball across the state of Minnesota is in full swing. 

  • 0

The Mora boys’ basketball team was on the verge of a possibly historic season. The only Mora boys’ basketball team to participate in the state tournament was in 1958. This past season the team was one win away before everything got shut down due to the COVID-19 crisis. That does not detract …

  • 0

From the coach: My girls are super bummed about how this season turned out. We have so many fun and strong traditions that we carry over from year to year, especially our home scramble that we host mid-May. Surrounding schools that attend say that it is the most fun they have all season! I t…

  • 0

From the coach: This year was definitely a big bummer. As a team, we were really looking forward to another year of growth with a lot of potential for our team! Last year, we were competitive in our conference, and we were really looking forward to our best year yet as a team. Most of all, I…

  • 0

From the coach: It was a major hit to these girls because the majority of these girls were coming off a very successful basketball season and were excited to take that winning culture into the softball program this spring. The weather has been beautiful, and we would have been able to get al…

  • 0

From the coach: The 2020 boys’ tennis season was going to be a season of transition. We lost six seniors last year to graduation and only returned four letter winners. This season was going to be a challenge, we were going to be young, and the top teams in our Section were going to be senior…

  • 0

From the coach: The team is incredibly strong in the classroom with a team G.P.A. of over 3.75, and the team made the gold division for academic all-state.

  • 0

From the coach: I’d like to thank all of our players, coaches and parents in the baseball program. In particular, a shout out to our seniors. I am so sorry we didn’t have a chance to compete this season. We had seven great seniors and I believe we had a team that could have competed to win o…

  • 0

From the coach: I feel so awful for these players, especially seniors. To go out like this after so many years of dedication to their sports and academics is heartbreaking. Ogilvie baseball was definitely in a rebuilding year, especially with pitching and catching but a season like this sets…

  • 0

From the coach: I always thought that our biggest worry for track season was the weather... COVID-19 proved that there are more things that are out of our control!

  • 0

From the coach: This was going to be a very interesting season for Mora track and field. Our girl’s and boy’s teams in some ways were the complete opposites and, in some ways, very similar.

featured
  • 1

It is a tradition at many college institutions to play for a traveling trophy. Rivalries are born and carried on for generations, and great pride is taken in owning the traveling trophy. 

featured
  • 0

From the coach-Jayson Pautzke: For Athlete of the Week I nominate my three captains for the 2020 baseball season. Lucas Athey, Caleb Koch and Jaden Ponto.   They’ve been dedicated to Mora Baseball for most of their lives - they’ve played a lot of baseball at a variety of levels. They are har…

featured
  • 0

The annual Mustang Speed and Strength Exhibition was held March 11 at the Mora High School Auditorium. There were 75 student athletes in grades 9-12 who were awarded Athletic Letters in the Speed and Strength program.

featured
  • 0

Many local youth and adults enjoy cross-country skiing as a great form of exercise and a way to enjoy winter thanks to the Vasaloppet, the Nordic Ski Center, snowmaking, the Fast Track youth ski program, the Mora High School ski team and great local ski trails. Several youth do not only enjo…

featured
  • 0

Like so many teams around the state, the Mora Mustangs boys’ basketball team had the rug pulled out from under them. Due to the coronavirus (COVID- 19) the Minnesota State High School League cancelled all section and state tournament basketball games. Prior to that, the Mustangs put together…

  • 0

The Ogilvie Wrestling Team had an awards banquet on Tuesday, March 3. The team ended the season with an 11-12 record. Next wrestling season will see the return of 10 varsity lettermen and a team that is hungry for success. The following awards were distributed. 

  • 0

The Ogilvie Lions girls basketball team made an impressive run at the Section 5A championship, after an equally impressive regular season. With returning talent and community support, the team is well positioned for success in seasons to come.

featured
  • 0

The Mora Mustangs boys’ basketball team ended the regular season with a fine 19-7 record playing in the tough Granite Ridge Conference. The team received the No. 6 seed for the section 6AA tournament. The boys defeated Spectrum March 5, 82-64 and then showed their record was no fluke by defe…

  • 0

In the fall of 2020, Ogilvie High School will be enshrining its inaugural athletic hall of fame class. What began as just talk has turned into a committee of eight consisting of Mike Bitz, Art Sanbeck, Sandie Thompson, Gene Stritesky, Ken Van Driel, Brian Hickerson, Gerry DeBoer and Dave Nic…

featured
  • 0

The Ogilvie Lions girls basketball team defeated Hinckley-Finlayson on Feb. 27 with a final score of 62-57. Two days later they defeated Barnum 68-41. The girls play Onamia in the semifinals Wednesday March 4, 7 p.m. at Hinckley-Finlayson.