Area Sports

KCC Volleyball team picks up two conference wins

  By Coach Tina Turn The Bearcats’ first match of the season with Stephen-Argyle Central in September was canceled, so Tuesday, Nov. 10 was the first meeting of these rival volleyball teams. Kittson Central hosted what ended up being a late-evening battle to extra sets in the Northern Lights Conference match. The Bearcats were comfortable…

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KCC hosts SAC after a two-week postponement

By Asst. Coach Mark Bernstrom This past Friday, Nov. 6, the Bearcats hosted the Storm, in Hallock. This was the Bearcats’ first game back since having a two-week postponement in the season. The young Bearcat team was looking forward to the challenge of taking on a seasoned senior Storm team. This game didn’t come without…

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KCC volleyball returns with loss to Roseau in four sets

By Coach Tina Turn The Kittson County Central fall sports teams had paused their activity for a two-week period with the hopes of lowering the Covid-19 numbers in the school communities. On, Monday, Nov. 2, the football and volleyball teams were given the nod to start practicing, and on Thursday, Nov. 5, the volleyball team…

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KCC sports cooperative strategizing for fall sports

By Anna Jauhola Although Kittson Central and Lancaster school districts both sent word to the Minnesota State High School League last week to keep fall sports action in the spring, they now must move forward under different circumstances. MSHSL declared Monday, Sept. 21 to reopen fall sports to take place in the fall season. For…

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Fall high school sports pushed to spring season

By Anna Jauhola Although school is scheduled to open as usual this year – with modifications – the fall sports season will be much different. On Tuesday, Aug. 4, the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) announced the decision to push football and volleyball to a spring schedule. These are the only two sports the…

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Busy week for Bearcat girls

By Mark Johnson KCC 55 – SH 57 The Bearcats were a model of consistency last week. KCC played three games and in all three games scored exactly 55 points in each contest. The question that needed to be answered in each game was how many points would their opponents be able to tally. The…

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Bearcat girls face conference foes

By Mark Johnson KCC 63 – Warroad 27 KCC hosted two games last week against North Border Conference opponents. The first of the two games was played in Lancaster against the Warroad Warriors. It was a rescheduled game from earlier in the month and the first matchup of the two teams this year. The opening…

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Bearcats nip Ice Dawgs and topple Detroit Lakers to remain undefeated

By David Stewart On Monday, Dec. 2, Kittson County Central picked up their third hockey win of the season by defeating the May-Port Area Ice Dawgs on the road, 9-7. The Bearcats opened the scoring with a goal by Hayden Hennen assisted by Tyler Hennen. The period ended with the Bearcats leading 1-0. May-Port tied…

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KCC volleyball adds two more wins at home

By Coach Tina Turn KCC vs. Stephen-Argyle Central It’s always a good crowd for the Stephen-Argyle Central versus KCC rivalry games, and the fans packed the bleachers to see KCC capture their 15th win of the season. In set one, the Bearcats spread out the offensive attack, making it very hard for the Storm defense…

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KCC goes to 3-1 with road win over Park Christian

By Mark Bernstrom Assistant Coach The Bearcats went on the road this past Friday to Moorhead to take on Park Christian. There was concern about the weather before the game, but both teams stuck to the plan to have the game at its regular 7 p.m. time. That did not go as planned as a…

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