High School Sports January 10, 2019

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High School Sports January 10, 2019

Boys Basketball:

Live Broadcast: Lake City (10-2) at Goodhue (4-8) 7pm pre-game 7:15pm game on KLCH Lake Hits 95 and on-line at www.lakehits95.com with Craig Kennedy.

Stewartville at Plainview-Elgin-Millville

Kenyon-Wanamingo at Bethlehem Academy

Spring Valley at Plum City-Elmwood @ Elmwood

Girls Basketball:

Winona Cotter (10-3) at Lake City (10-2)

Kenyon-Wanamingo at Christian Life Academy

Boys Hockey:

Red Wing (4-7) at Faribault (8-3-1)

Boys Swimming & Diving:

Red Wing at Northfield

Wrestling:

Lake City at Triton

Goodhue, Byron at Zumbrota-Mazeppa

Cannon Falls at Stewartville

Dover-Eyota at Wabasha-Kellogg

Baldwin-Woodville at Ellsworth

Women’s College Hockey: Heise wins another award!

Taylor Heise (Lake City, Minnesota native and former Red Wing Wingers hockey star) has won her third WCHA Rookie Of The Week award this season.

Heise had two goals and three assists in two games last weekend in wins over the UMD Bulldogs and St. Cloud State Huskies as the Gophers won the Minnesota Cup Tournament at Ridder Arena.

Heise has 9-12-21 totals in 22 games this season.  The Gophers are 19-2-1 on the season and have won 12 straight games and are ranked #2 in the country.

The Gophers play at Minnesota State-Mankato this weekend.

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