Monday, September 25, 2017

Sports

K-M quarterback Matt Winkle encourages the visiting student section to get into it after a 67-yard touchdown run.
While the scenery of football in the fall is something that some people can put into poetic justice, even the best teams can nd themselves in a game where things just aren’t going the way they want them to. The Kasson-Mantorville football team learned that lesson last week when they traveled to...
The Kasson-Mantorville/Triton boys cross country team scouts its competition before running in the Byron Invitational on September 12. The boys would finish with a perfect team score of 15 for the win.
The early season narrative for the Kasson-Mantorville/ Triton cross country team has been the glowing rate of success for the boys and the dominance of Courtney West. That proved to be the case once again at the Byron invitational as the boys team posted a perfect team score of 15 to win the...
The Kasson-Mantorville o ensive line paved the way for quarterback Matt Winkle to have a big night on the ground in La Crescent.
The stereotype in the game of football is that most of the players on the eld are made of a certain kind of warrior mentality. In films, that depiction is usually seen with a character running around the locker room screaming to inspire his teammates or slamming his head against a locker to...
K-M’s Peyton Suess delivers the serve against Winona on September 5.
When it comes to the current state of the Kasson- Mantorville program, there are two names on the roster that have helped get the KoMets to a competitive level. Peyton Suess has been at the varsity level since she was in eighth grade and her tremendous ability to finish has earned her a...
K-M’s Paul Schultz works the ball down eld against Lake City.
In the season opener against Concordia Academy, Kasson- Mantorville boys soccer coach Leo Barbosa liked what he saw from his team. The KoMets were able to play sound defensively and were able to push the ball ahead to generate scoring opportunities which in turn generated confidence....
Kasson-Mantorville’s Ethan Shea outruns a pair of Cannon Falls defenders for a big gain in the second quarter.
For a good chunk of the players on the field, the first game of the football season represents the first real varsity action in a young career. When that type of adrenaline hits, sometimes players can be too fired up and make costly mistakes that help a young player learn and grow. Other times,...
The Kasson-Mantorville boys soccer team played against Concordia Academy on August 24th.
The Kasson-Mantorville boys soccer team opened their season this week by traveling to Roseville to face Concordia Academy on August 24. While the 1-0 loss was a disappointing way to open the season, head coach Leo Barbosa remained encouraged with some of the things the KoMets were able to do...
K-M’s Laurel Woodrum plays the ball up eld in the second half of the KoMets’ season opener against Park on August 24.
The Kasson-Mantorville girls soccer team opened up their 2017 season last week as they hosted Park of Cottage Grove on August 24. While the weather was perfect and the action was fierce, the KoMets would come up empty handed at KMTelecom Stadium falling in a 1-0 match. Despite the defeat, head...
Je  Palmer (left) tosses a bean bag during one of the games at each hole during the K-M football golf tournament on August 19. For more photos check out page A7.
A year ago, Kasson- Mantorville boys soccer coach Leo Barbosa took over for Dave Bahr. While he had the experience of coaching with the junior varsity team in his previous season with the KoMets, there still was a bit of a learning curve which all coaches go through when stepping up to the...
Kasson-Mantorville volleyball standout Peyton Suess reaches to de ect a shot against Hay eld last fall. The junior announced her commitment to the Wake Forest volleyball program last week.
Kasson-Mantorville junior Peyton Suess has been a force since stepping on the court for the volleyball team as an eighth grader. With her size and athleticism creating mismatches for opponents, Suess has become not only one of the top players in the state of Minnesota, but one of the elite...

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