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Wrestlers advance to Final Four, fall to OTC in semi-finals

New York Mills once again made a splash in the Section 6A tournament last week as the Eagles advanced to its fourth straight Final Four tournament. The Eagles defeated Border West 43-27 in the quarterfinals before falling to ninth ranked Otter Tail Central in the Final Four semi-finals by a score of 45-17.

With the loss the Eagles end their team season with a record of 13-5 overall. This week NY Mills will wrestle in the Section 6A individual tournament in Pelican Rapids. The wrestling will begin Saturday morning with the top two finishers at each weight class advancing to the state tournament next week at the Xcel Center in St. Paul, Minn.
 

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WDC defeats B-W in section opener

The eighth seeded Wadena-Deer Creek hockey team defeated ninth seeded Breckenridge-Wahpeton 6-3 last weekend.

The Wolverines jumped out to a 3-0 lead after Lleyten Pettit and Jake Dykhoff scored a pair of first period goals before Dykhoff scored his second goal of the game less-than 4 minutes into the second period.  

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NYM takes third in Park Region Conference

New York Mills won a pair of Park Region Conference games against Bertha-Hewitt by a score of 59-28 and Verndale by a score of 55-30 last week. With the wins the Eagles finished in third place in the conference standings with a record of 9-5. They trailed just Menahga at 14-0 and Sebeka at 10-4. The Eagles are currently 14-10 on the season with a home game Tuesday against Ashby and a road game against Wheaton-Herman-Norcross on Thursday. Pictured: Kenna Salo drives past a Henning defender during a game earlier this season.  

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Eagles fall to Verndale in Park Region Conference action

It was a tale of two halves for the New York Mills boys basketball team on Thursday night. After scoring 43 points in the first half, and leading Verndale by three points at the break, the Eagles went cold from the field in the second half and they fell by a score of 67-56.

“The game was a reflection of our past few games,” said Head Coach Jason Boe. “We were up 43-40 at halftime. We made the necessary defensive adjustments at halftime and held their top scorer to only four points in the second half.”  

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