"Where Fillmore County News Comes First"
Friday, March 6th, 2015
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- 2:20:23, Mar 5th 2015 - doc - Excellent article. Now if the brainless idiots would do it. ... [Read More]
- 11:29:56, Mar 4th 2015 - SV 78 - OK fine we live by natural law. How does that apply to homosexuality? ... [Read More]
- 6:39:18, Mar 4th 2015 - disappointed - DOC.....WHY DO U THINK I WORK AT MAYO? BELIEVE ME WHEN MY CHILD GRADUAT ... [Read More]
- 11:11:29, Mar 3rd 2015 - doc - Apparently Harmony Telephone doesn't have billions in cash to spend on internet ... [Read More]
- 7:56:16, Mar 3rd 2015 - Bear - Why does the Journal even print this garbage? I would like to know the drugs t ... [Read More]
- 4:37:50, Mar 3rd 2015 - next - Now let's talk about the idiots who push there snow into the street. Even a 5th ... [Read More]
- 7:24:02, Mar 2nd 2015 - disappointed - I could work from home. But internet is not secure enough ... [Read More]
- 3:43:36, Mar 2nd 2015 - agreed - The cable and internet here is absolutely ridiculous. Harmony residents pay ... [Read More]
- 2:30:46, Mar 2nd 2015 - Be honest - Wood- That is true, but most people won't even spend that. Hopefully, th ... [Read More]
- 10:14:18, Mar 2nd 2015 - Wood - Be Honest, you can ask the Minnesota Information Policy Analysis Division (IPA ... [Read More]
Do you feel we should give up on observing Punxsutawney Phil to predict the remaining length of winter?
Fri, Feb 21st, 2014
Posted in All Sports
Posted in All Sports
Late season, inter-conference, intra-sectional games, like that between Fillmore Central and Mabel-Canton, have huge repercussions on the post-season seeding process. The Falcons (6-11, 9-12), who already own a victory over SEC 2nd place Spring Grove, and a close loss to SEC first place Lyle/Pacelli, took a big step toward a higher seed (#2?) by downing SEC third place Mabel-Canton (10-3, 11-7). They did so with defense. It didn’t start right way. FC threw a full-court press at the Cougars in the opening three minutes, and M-C broke it for four easy field goals. The Falcons then fell back and went with a strong half-court man-to-man. Falcon defenders were consistently in the grills of Cougar shooters/scorers. M-C managed just five field goals over the next fifteen minutes. In the last three minutes of the half, FC took control. Five different Falcons scored in an 11-2 run that made the halftime score 29-18. The Falcon lead would stay in double digits the rest of the way. They held M-C without a field goal for an 8-minute stretch of the second half to build a 20-point lead. They held M-C to just 28 points, and Cougar leading scorer Lydia Geving to 2 points, thru 32 minutes of action. FC prevailed 53-38. Junior G Morgan Malley (11 pts) and frosh G Tayah Barnes (11 pts, 3-5 three’s), who provided a big offensive spark off the bench, led the Falcons offensively. Leah Scheevel had 6 (pts) and 12 (rebs), Sammi Bakke 8 (pts), 7 rebs, and 4 (stls). The Cougars, who entered having gotten four players in double figures in back-to-back games, got zero to ten. Sara Lind had 9 (pts) and 13 (rebs), Geving 9 (pts) and 5 (rebs), and Hannah Nolte 8 (pts). FC out-rebounded M-C 49-31. M-C struggled to hold FC to one shot. The Falcons tallied 17 second-chance-points (8 of 21 FG’s came that way). The Cougars, who usually do a good job of scavenging opposing ball-handlers, had just six steals.