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The Lady Dragons hockey team, consisting of Mora, Pine City and Rush City players, took the ice this week, starting with a game against Visitation on Tuesday, Nov. 16 and ending the week playing the Western Wisconsin Stars on Friday, Nov. 19. 

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The Mora varsity volleyball team recently held an awards banquet to celebrate the achievements of the 2021 volleyball season. Awards were given out in a variety of categories and are listed below.

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It was a cold, windy night in Moorhead Friday night, Nov. 12, for the State 9-man quarterfinal game between Ogilvie and Kittson County Central. The Lions fought hard but came up just short in their bid to advance to the state semi-finals by a score of 27-20 ending their season with a fine 7-…

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The Ogilvie/Mora swimming and diving team prepared hard for the Section meet, which this year was held in Becker. The Section meet started Thursday, Nov. 11 with the swimming preliminaries at 5 p.m., while Friday, Nov. 12 saw the diving prelims and semifinals. 

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The Mora boys and girls cross country teams competed at the 7AA Section Meet in Cloquet on Thursday, Oct. 28. Both the girls’ and boys’ varsity teams placed eighth overall out of 11 teams, but Nate Johnson and Alex Williams each secured one of the top six individual spots to qualify for the …

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Send your photos for possible inclusion in the Fin, Fur, Feather to editor@moraminn.com. Please include information about when and where the photo was taken and who is in the photo. 

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The Ogilvie Lions are the Section 5 nine-man champions. The team exerted their dominance from beginning to end in their 42-0 victory over South Ridge to advance to the state tournament.  

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What does it mean to be a good teammate? What’s the difference between running and racing? What are the benefits of an active lifestyle? How can you take pride in your work, even if you didn’t win the race? 

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The Ogilvie Lions opened up the section playoffs hosting McGregor on a beautiful Saturday afternoon, Oct. 30. The Lions entered the playoffs as the top seed in the section, and they showed why with a convincing 50-14 victory to advance to the section finals.  

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The Mora Mustang football team entered the section playoffs as the No. 7 seed. They traveled to Elk River to take on Spectrum, who was the No. 2 seed. The Mustangs’ bid for an upset fell just short as Mora fell 30-22. The loss ended their season with a record of 1-6.  

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The Ogilvie Lions ended their regular season with a tight 18-16 loss on the road to the Hill City/Northland Hornets.  Weather played a major factor on the damp night as the two teams combined for eight turnovers. 

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For the first time in 20 days the Mustangs were back on the field at Pine City. The game would also mark the end of the regular season with section playoffs looming. Statistically the game was pretty even as Mora had 251 yards of total offense and Pine City had 255 yards of total offense.  

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The Mora Cross Country team competed at the Granite Ridge Conference Championship Tuesday, Oct. 19, at Wapicada Golf Course in Sauk Rapids. It was the last race for the junior high and JV squads, with many setting new personal-records to end the season.

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The Mora volleyball team wasted no time getting to its post-game Senior Night celebration on Tuesday night, Oct. 19. The Mustangs (9-17 overall, 4-6 Granite Ridge) rolled past Zimmerman (2-16, 0-10), taking the match 25-17, 25-16, 18-25, 25-22 to close the 2021 Granite Ridge Conference seaso…

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Temperatures have started to drop outside which means competition is heating up swimming pools around Minnesota as teams prepare for their prospective conference and section meets, hoping for a chance to compete at Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center for the state meet in Minneapolis Nov. 18-20. …

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The Mustangs will play for the first time since Oct. 1 as they will travel to Pine City on Wednesday, Oct. 20, for a 7:00 p.m. match-up against the Dragons. Pine City will be coming into the game off of a big 36-8 victory at Cloquet. Mora’s last game was a 20-14 homecoming victory over Hibbing.  

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The Ogilvie Lions stayed hot as they traveled to Silver Bay and came away with a big 42-12 victory for their fourth consecutive win. The Lions had another huge first half as they put up 30 points to take a 30-6 lead into halftime.  Ogilvie was solid on both sides of the ball as they put up 3…

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The Mustangs were unable to play their game last Friday night due to injuries and COVID related illnesses. This Friday’s game scheduled to be in Proctor is a no contest due to Proctor having to shut down their football program for the remainder of the season.  

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Due to officiating shortages around the state, the Ogilvie Lions played their home game last Friday, Oct. 8, at 3:00 in order for that crew to also officiate another football game at 7:00. The time change did not affect the Lions as they throttled an undermanned Carlton-Wrenshall Raptor team…