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On Monday, the Minnesota State High School League board of directors voted to reinstate both the fall football and volleyball seasons this fall. The decisions came after the league surveyed nearly 400 member schools, most of which wanted to have the seasons played out in the fall rather than a...

Rose Hollermann

Rose Hollermann, daughter of John and Michele Collerman of Elysian, is currently playing wheelchair basketball in a men’s Champions League in Spain for the second year. Hollermann recently graduated from the University of Texas, Arlington with a degree in Elementary Education Below are some of her...
The New Prague girls’ tennis team split a pair of matches last week. The Trojans defeated Waconia, 7-0, Thursday, Sept. 10, and were defeated two days earlier by Holy Family, 5-2. In the match with Waconia it only went to three sets in one of the seven individual matches. “This was Waconia’s first...

Freshman Payten Schieffer of the Trojans swim and dive team competes in the butterfly heat of a recent home meet at the New Prague Aquatic Center. She competed and won the 100 butterfly for the first time. (Photo courtesy of Rob Luckow)

The New Prague girls’s swim and dive team competed in two home meets last week. On Tuesday, Sept. 8, the Trojans defeated Litchfield, 98-84, at the New Prague Aquatic Center. Ninth-grader Ella Lund won the 200 IM by a landslide with a final time of 2:25.98. Bailey Newman (2nd) and Jillian Wiechert...

Playing No. 1 doubles, Rachel Rynda reaches to return a hit from a player from United South Central last Thursday. (Wade Young photo)

The TCU Tennis Team lost their first couple of matches of the season, but battled hard to win two games each in their contests against United South Central (USC) and Southwest Christian (SWC). In the game against USC in Le Center last Thursday, the Titans lost their match 5-2, but Coach Phil Murry...

New Prague’s Trinity Shoemaker, right, 13, battles for the ball against a Tri-City United player during the Trojan’s home game on Tuesday, Sept. 1. New Prague shut out the Titans for a 7-0 win. (Patrick Fisher photo)

The New Prague boys’ and girls’ soccer teams did not allow a goal in sweeping Tri City United Tusday, Sept. 1 in New Prague. The Trojan boys defeated the Titans, 8-0. The Trojan girls defeated the Titans, 7-0. More on these wins in next week’s edition of The Times. Both teams have a busy upcoming...
St. Patrick won three games this past weekend before dropping their final game of the Class C State Tournament Monday, Sept. 7. The Irish had their best finish in team history, finishing second in the tournament, losing only one game to Fairmont, 12-0 in seven innings at Springfield. Union Hill...
The Morristown Gun Club,located behind the Ahlman’sGun Store and Range, has been making improvements. Not only are they making improvements, but they are open two times a week for the public to enjoy the facility. According to Gun Club President Troy Marquardt, the club has been open since 1966....

Defender Connor Skluzacek keeps his eye on the ball at the TCU Soccer Team’s season opener against Jordan on August 27. (Andrea Nelson photo)

The junior varsity soccer team’s quick start with goals coming early helped them finish with a tie game at their season opener against Jordan on August 27. Coach Carey Langer said the team’s energy allowed the team to protect their lead until midway through the second half when they gave up back-to...

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Trojans Jacob Malecha, number 5, right, and Adam Brandt, number 1, center, lead the boys cross country meet at Cedar Lake Farm Regional Park. Malecha won with a time of 17 minutes and 24.4 seconds. Brandt came in fourth in 19:02.5. New Prague’s Nora Rosemeier, number 29, far right, keeps up with...

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