Sports

Fri
09
Dec

Melrose High School Sports

SC-M moved to 2-1 in dual meets defeating BOLD 53-18 and falling to Pipestone 49-19 on Thursday.

Larazo Garcia and Bryce Stalboerger both finished 2-0 on the night. Garcia had one pin and Stalboerger two pins. SCM had six pins in the match.

In boys basketball Melrose won 74-50 to move to 2-0 on the year. Dillon Haider led the team with 19 points.

The Melrose-Sauk Centre Fusion swimmers were edged by Sartell-St. Stephen 113-68. The Sabres dominated the meet having the best times in all events. There were was close race in the 50FS where Kenny Warzecha earned second place.  Isaac Schreiner also had good race taking second in the 100FS.

More information can be found in the Dec. 14 issue of the Beacon.

Fri
09
Dec

Gymnasts second at Perham invite

Gymnasts second at Perham invite...To read the rest of this story, please read the Beacon "E-Edition" updated every Wednesday AM by clicking here.

Fri
09
Dec

Wrestlers fourth at Earlybird

Wrestlers fourth at Earlybird...To read the rest of this story, please read the Beacon "E-Edition" updated every Wednesday AM by clicking here.

Wed
07
Dec

Melrose Dutchmen Basketball


Reegan Nelson drove against the Sartell-St. Stephen defense to score six points as Melrose topped the Sabres.

A good defense, and a variety of shooters enabled Melrose to win 63-41 over Sartell-St. Stephen in boys’ basketball Tuesday night.  Melrose was led by  Dillon Haider who had 17 points, but eighth other Dutchmen scored in the game. Haider, Traeton Kaeveny, Will Stone, Nathan Budde, Damon Van Beck and Francisco Cervantes all had three point goals. In other contests the Lady Dutchmen basketball team posted a 58-38 win over Paynesville and the SC-M wrestler came home with a 32-27 win over ACGC.

Sat
03
Dec

Sauk Centre-Melrose Wrestling


Carter Braun’s persistence paid off as he finished in third place at the Sauk Centre-Melrose Earlybird on Friday.

Sauk Centre-Melrose advanced four people into the championship round of the Sauk Centre-Melrose Earlybird Friday. Jordan Winter, 132, earned first while Bryce Stalboerger (182), Roberta Raya, 195, and Sam Sjogren finished second. Sjogren’s match concluded the evening going to the fourth overtime before it was decided. Also falling in a close over time match was Luke Glasener (152), who took fourth place. Carter Braun (126) had a come from behind win to earn third place.  Lazaro Garcia, 106, also earned third place. In girls' basketball the Lady Dutchmen fell 44-36 to LPGE on Friday.

Thu
01
Dec

Melrose Gymnastics


Assistant coach Jeremy Berscheit looked on as Mady Brinkman launched herself into the vault routine.

The glory the Lady Dutchmen’s past could be seen on the banners and future gymnasts watched Kayla Austing’s first place floor routine Thursday night at Melrose. The Lady Dutchmen won the meet scoring 143.975 and taking the top  two events in every routine. More information will be in the Dec. 7  issue of the Melrose Beacon.

Wed
30
Nov

Wrestlers hope to have a good year

Wrestlers hope to have a good year...To read the rest of this story, please read the Beacon "E-Edition" updated every Wednesday AM by clicking here.

Wed
30
Nov

Gymnasts gearing up for strong season

Gymnasts gearing up for strong season...To read the rest of this story, please read the Beacon "E-Edition" updated every Wednesday AM by clicking here.

Tue
29
Nov

Lady Dutchmen Basketball


Whitney Austing found few driving lanes in the game against BBE as the Lady Dutchmen opened their basketball season.

BBE outplayed Melrose in all aspects of the game as the Lady Dutchmen fell 64-23 on Thursday. Ashley Rademacher led Melrose with seven point. Cassi Klaphake, Whitney Austing and Holly Hellermann each had four points.

Whitney Austing found few driving lanes in the game against BBE as the Lady Dutchmen opened their basketball season.

Fri
18
Nov

Melrose swimming and diving


The 400 FSR team of (from left) Savana Bitz, Taylor Poepping, Stef Rasmussen and Mikayla Von Wahlde is the best ever in Melrose Lady Dutchmen history. It set the school record at the state meet. Bitz, Von Wahlde and Poepping also swam with the record setting 200FSR squad. Von Wahlde set the school backstroke record earning seventh in the state. Rasmussen finished eight in the 500FS.

The Lady Dutchmen finished in 13th place with 67 points, the most points every by a Melrose girls swim team at the state meet.

Stef Rasmussen, eighth in the 500FS, and Mikayla Von Wahlde, seventh in the 100BK, earned state medals

The team set school records in the 200SRS 400FSR and 100BK

Finishes by Melrose at state were as follows:

200 Medley Relay: 13-Diana Nathe, Gracie Drossel, Britt Seanger, Savana Bitz.

200FS: 14-Rasmussen.

500FS: 8-Rasmussen

Diving: 20-Madison Brinkman 192.9

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