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Defending state champion Austin May of Zimmerman nabbed the 182-pound title and two teammates were runners-up at the Don Meyers Fridley Invitational on Saturday. In the season opener, the Thunder placed fifth among 12 teams, with Mound-Westonka placing first. May, ranked first at 182 pounds in Class...Read More
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The Zimmerman Thunder lost their girls basketball opener to Big Lake 60-44 at home on Friday evening. Naomi Hagstrom, freshman forward, tallied 17 points for the Thunder. Alyssa Daugherty added 9, Maddie Jacob 5, Alexis Olerich 5, Danielle Williams 4, and Mikayla Pool 4. Kelly Jochum sank 14 points,...Read More
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  Held to nine points in the first half, the Zimmerman Thunder lost to the Monticello Magic 57-32 at home Tuesday evening. The Thunder went scoreless for nine minutes and trailed 27-9 at the break. Derek Williams scored 11 points, Jacob Bauer 6, Chandler Wellman 4, and Koby Dwyer 4. Zimmerma...Read More
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THUNDER FOOTBALL Record — 5-2 conference, 7-3 overall All-conference — Matt Dorso (sr QB), Austin May (sr FB-LB), Mack Riley (sr S), Mitchell Mossman (jr line), Taylor Snow (jr LB), Alex Riley (so CB-QB) … Honorable mention: Nathen Christensen (jr line), James Hiatt (sr line), Haydon Miller (s...Read More
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  Kody Dwyer led with 24 points as the Zimmerman Thunder held off a Princeton rally 67-65 in their season opener at home Tuesday evening. The Thunder, with an all-new starting five making its debut, led by as much as 18 in the second half, but the Tigers caught fire from long range, making eigh...Read More
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Ashley Ryding of Zimmerman signed with Southwest Minnesota State for softball on Nov. 14. Ryding, a second baseman and outfielder, made all-conference as a sophomore, hitting .339 with three homers while fielding 1.000. She switched to track last year with the  Thunder, saying she needed to work on...Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor The Elk River boys cross country team did not have a good showing at the state meet on Saturday. The Elks, coming off their best race of the year in winning their sectional, finished last among 16 teams in Class AA at St. Olaf in Northfield. Lucas Trapp, the [.....Read More
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