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Eagles snap losing streak with 48-42 win over Rothsay

After suffering countless last second losses since the start of the New Year, the New York Mills Eagles got a bit of good fortune over the weekend as the Eagles defeated Rothsay 48-42 at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn. The win snapped a 13 game losing streak, which included seven losses by less-than 10 points.

The win was the third game NY Mills played in just three nights. Earlier in the week the Eagles lost to a non-conference game to Battle Lake by a score of 53-38, as well as a pair of Park Region Conference games to Henning by a score of 81-57 and Bertha-Hewitt by a score of 59-37.  

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Hockey team defeats Red Lake Falls in regular season finale

The Wolverine hockey team is 14-9-2 on the season and are currently in seventh place in Section 6A, according to the QRF. WDC is just behind Fergus Falls and River Lakes in a log-jammed section with mere points separating the teams in the rankings.

St. Cloud Cathedral is currently first in the section according to the QRF with a record of 17-6 overall, while Sartell-St. Stephen is in second place with a record of 17-7 and Alexandria is third with a record of 14-10-1.  

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NYM wins two of three to improve to 12-10 on season

With less than two weeks remaining in the season, the New York Mills Eagles picked up a pair of lopsided wins, while dropping another close non-conference game last week.

After falling to Norman County East-Ulen-Hitterdal 49-44 on Monday night, the Eagles hit the road on Thursday for a Park Region Conference game in Henning. The Eagles improved to 7-5 in the conference with a 63-44 win over the Hornets before defeating Rothsay 57-27 at Concordia College in Moorhead on Saturday.  

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Wrestlers seeded third in Section 6A tournament

With two teams ranked in the top nine in the state and another receiving votes, the Section 6A team tournament could be one of the more competitive sections in the state this year.

Fortunately for the Eagles, they will be able to kick off their Section 6A wrestling tournament in the friendly confines of New York Mills School on Tuesday night. NY Mills (12-4 on the season) received the third seed and will host sixth seeded Border West (9-8 on the season) at 7 p.m. on Tuesday.  

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