Women's League Champions

This year’s champions for the Lancer Lanes women’s league was team P&J Pyrotechnics. The team is made up of (L-R) Janel Tol, Alissa Stoks, Katie Groenhoff, Ally Hanson, and Elise Ferguson. Not pictured Tara Pederson, Julie Ketcher, and Jodi Hansen.

Men's League Champions

This year’s champions of the Lancer Lanes men’s league was team Dairy Queen. The team is made up of (L-R) Vince Delmonico, Derek Stoks, Jason Hansen, Justin Hanson, Jon Groenhoff, and Seth Devos. Not pictured Matt Gades. 

This year’s Minneota/Canby softball team is made up of (back, L-R) Izabelle Hulzebos, Faith Myhre, Kenadi Arndt, Dakota Pesch, Brooke DeSmet, and Courtney Otto; (front) Joelle Otto, Madison Hennen, Kiersyn Hulzebos, Grace Hennen, and Rachel Fairchild. Not pictured: Emily Verhelst, Tiffany Gronke, Ella Moorse. Submitted photo.

Minneota/Canby softball excited to start season

Minneota/Canby softball returns nearly a full roster from last season, bringing experience, and excitement this spring.

Head Coach Heidi Louwagie is in her ninth season and will be assisted by Emily Citterman and Katie Boettger, with Jenna Drietz coaching junior high.

Finishing strong

All three sixth grade volleyball teams reached the finals at the Montevideo tourney April 13. Two teams placed first in their brackets with the third placing second. This year the teams were made up 24 sixth grade players.

During the Lady Lancers’ golf meet in Pipestone April 9, Maddison Richter shot a 48 for third place.

Girls golfers start season in Pipestone

Two Canby girls golfers took part in a season-opening meet in Pipestone Tuesday.

With just 10 golfers in the three team field, Canby was led with a third place 48 from Madison Richter, while Haley Noyes placed 10th with a 66.

Murray County Central was the only team with a full roster of golfers, taking first place with a 204.

Isaac Bollerud tee’d off during the YME Golf Meet in Granite Falls April 12. Bollerud finished the day with 47 putting him in 14th place, the boys team finished in first as a whole.

Boys golf started season off strong with second, first

The Canby boys started their golf season off with a second place in Pipestone April 9 and first in Granite Falls April 12.

Yesterday they went to Marshall and the stats will be in next week’s Canby News. Friday they will be heading to Lakeview for a tournament that begins at 11 a.m.

Pipestone Meet


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