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McKenna Butau pitched the shutout and Kayla Peterson belted a two-run homer as Zimmerman beat Foley 10-0 at home Friday in their softball opener. Butau, a sophomore, gave up just two hits and struck out five in the six-inning game that ended with Peterson’s homer which imposed the 10-run rule....Read More
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THUNDER BOYS BASKETBALL Record — 6-8 conference, 7-18 overall All-conference — Thunder Heyer (so G) … Honorable mention: Taylor McEachern (jr F), Kody Dwyer (jr P) Team awards — MVP: Heyer … Most improved: Damie Vangstad (jr G) …. Hardest workers: Mack Riley (sr G), Derek Williams (sr G)...Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Sports Editor The Star News area’s 1,000-Point Club expanded by three this winter: Rogers senior Cole Murray, Elk River junior Abi Scheid and Spectrum junior Jake Knollenberg. Scheid went over 1,000 early in the season and moved past five former Elk stars into second place ...Read More
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Zimmerman’s girls basketball season ended with a 75-54 loss to Big Lake on Tuesday evening in Big Lake. Alexis Olerich scored 13 points and Bailey Engelkes 12 for the Thunder, who finished 12-15. It was the final game for those two along with Cami Bond and Maddie Jacob. The Thunder were seeded...Read More
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Zimmerman’s defending state champion wrestler Austin May  finished out of the medals this year with a pair of losses after an opening win. His teammate Trent Milless also won in the first round, then lost twice. May lost Saturday to Albert Lea’s Tim Christianson 3-1 at 182 pounds and fi...Read More
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  The Zimmerman Thunder boys season ended with a 74-48 loss to No. 4 ranked Orono in their section opener on Tuesday evening. Orono (21-5) led 39-26 at the half. Cole Hennings led four double-digit scorers with 16 points. The Thunder, who finished 7-18, were led by Taylor McEachern with 17 poin...Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor When Austin May won a state wrestling championship last year, he qualified for state as a section runner-up. The Zimmerman senior will take the same rout to state this year after placing second again at 182 pounds in Section 6AA at Dassel-Cokato on Saturday. May...Read More
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