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The Milaca Wolves performed very well at the six-day Minnesota State High School Clay Target League Trapshooting Championship in Alexandria last week. Ben Totzke won the High Gun, Class 1A, varsity division with a score of 98 out of 100. The Wolves’ varsity team placed third in Class 1A Conference...Read More
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With the school season coming to a close earlier this month, it brought the end to the Milaca Wolves’ athletic season. And this past season was a very successful one in Milaca. From Allie Terpstra becoming a state champion in track and field to the Wolves’ softball and wrestling teams also advan...Read More
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  The Milaca Legion baseball team may have started their season 0-3, but head coach Bart Naumann isn’t at all worried. In fact, he’s optimistic for this season. “Every year, I don’t panic,” said Naumann. “It takes three or four games to really start clicking together because we have...Read More
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Golf enthusiasts will have plenty of opportunities to smack around that little white ball with a pair of tournaments being held at Milaca’s Stones Throw Golf Course in the next week. The Milaca Elim Care and Rehab Center Golf Classic will take place Friday, June 19. Registration begins at noon wit...Read More
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The Milaca Wolves’ Noel Flor fired an 81 on Day 2 of the Section 6AA golf event at the Blackberry Golf Course on Tuesday, June 2. Flor carded a 46 on his first nine holes and then caught fire with a 35 on his final nine. He had an 84 in his first round to [...]...Read More
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The Milaca trap shooting team won its Class 1A Conference 8 title for the spring season recently and has now advanced to the state championship in Alexandria. Milaca beat out Brandon-Evansville to move on to the Alexandria competition. Milaca finished with 9,691 points compared to Brandon-Evansville...Read More
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When the Milaca Wolves lost 4-0 to LeSueur-Henderson at the state softball championships in Mankato last week, it brought the end to a terrific season. It also brought the end to a spectacular high school career for Wolves’ star pitcher Hannah Johnson. Johnson was brilliant in her senior season, p...Read More
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