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Haley Noyes was all in last Monday as she competed on her home course where she shot a 65 for 10th place. 

Girls golf team brings home first from TMB

The girls golf team topped the course in TMB finishing first. They fought for second at home and in RTR.

They competed in Lakeview yesterday, stats will be in the May 14 Canby News. Today they are shooting it at the conference meet in Marshall.

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Canby Meet

Milbrandt takes second in shot put, fifth in discus in Lakeview

Sun broke out from behind the clouds and allowed athletes to compete at the Lakeview track and field meet Thursday.

The Lancer girls placed fifth out of eight teams, while the boys took sixth. Some of the girls top runners and jumpers were resting, with the Howard Wood meet taking place Friday and Saturday and True Team on Monday.


Canby/Minneota sent four girls relay teams to the Howard Wood Meet in Sioux Falls Saturday. Runners included (L-R) Mya Pesek, Brynn Kockelman, Karlie Wollum, Braelyn Merritt, Claire Stoks, Natalie Stoks, Taylor Ourada, and Rachel Jelen.

Girls relays compete at Howard Wood in Sioux Falls

Canby/Minneota girls track and field sent four relay teams to the Howard Wood Dakota Relays Saturday, with three bringing back top-10 finishes.

In the SMR 1600 meters, the Lancers took eighth with a time of 4:26.52. Running that race was Karlie Wollum, Natalie Stoks, Claire Stoks and Braelyn Merritt.


Eddie King swings back as he tees off at Stony Creek Friday. King finished 17th with a score of 54.

Abrahamson leads team to second place

Jack Abrahamson and the Canby Lancers golf team finished second at the RCW Camden Conference meet Friday. The Lancers shot 180, finishing five strokes behind first place Lakeview in what is shaping up as a nice rivalry at the top of the South rankings. Minneota came in third with a 211.

Girls track, field bring home a handful of first place finishes

Canby/Minneota track and field put the top athletes into action Thursday, and the results speak for themselves.

The Lady Lancers put up 133 points, finishing behind only perennial powerhouse Luverne as they took second at the Worthington Invite. Luverne put up 181 points, as the Cardinals and Lancers blew away the 11 team field.

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