Girls soccer team bows to K-M

Oct 1, 2015
The Lake City High School girls soccer team had three games last week and ended up going 0-3 in those games.The Tigers first traveled to Kasson-Mantorville Sept. 24 to face a tough KoMet team that is consistently one of the best teams in the area.  The KoMets showed their superior skill by breaking...

Hole-in-one No. 3 for Randgaard

Oct 1, 2015
Steve Randgaard of Lake City shot the third hole-in-one of his career at Lake City Golf Club Sept. 26. Randgaard was using a seven iron when he aced the course’s 13th hole. Witnesses were Tom and Jim Clough and Dave Randgaard.

Tigers host big meet

Oct 1, 2015
The Lake City cross country invite saw great weather and large crowds watching.  Twelve teams descended on Hok-Si-La Park and the race day started with the junior high boys dominating the first race.  The boys had four in the top seven without their No. 1 runner, Ben Johnson, who led the junior...

Vaith, Sprout honored by athletic administrators

Oct 1, 2015
Lake City High School Activities Director Doug Vaith received the Pete Boelter Athletic Administrator of the Year award at the Section 1A Athletic Administrators Association award ceremony Sept. 28. Brian Sprout, a 1998 graduate of Lake City High School, received the association’s Distinguished...

Boys soccer team attends pro game

Oct 1, 2015
The Lake City High School boys soccer team traveled to the National Sports Center in Blaine to attend a Minnesota United Football Club soccer match. The boys and their families were part of a franchise record crowd on a beautiful fall evening at the outdoor facility. After the game, the Tigers had...

Volleyball Tigers lose on road to Byron Bears

Oct 1, 2015
The Lake City girls volleyball team was defeated by Byron 3-0 Sept. 22 on the road (25-18, 25-16, 25-11). Abby Ziebell had 16 assists, Daynalyn Jostock had 13 kills, Laura Heitman recorded seven aces, Madi Green and four kills, Molly Cronin had six assist and Julia Anderson finished with six aces.  

V-ball Tigers bow to K-M

Oct 1, 2015
The Lake City Tigers volleyball team was soundly defeated by a strong Kasson-Mantorville squad Sept. 24 in Lake City 3-0.The KoMets finished strong 25-19, 25-19 and 25-11.For the Tigers Madi Green led with nine kills and Daynalyn Jostock had seven.  Green also added eight blocks and Julia Anderson...
—Photos by Molly Thieren

Tennis Tigers split 2 matches

Oct 1, 2015
The Tiger girls tennis team split wins in their matches with Fairbault and Rochester Lourdes.In a consistently tough battle with the Eagles, Lake City found themselves the underdogs in the 6-1 loss.Ava Wallerich went to task to score the single point for the Tigers in her role at No. 3 singles. ...

Boys soccer drops two to tough opponents

Sep 30, 2015
The Tiger boys soccer team hosted the Kasson-­Mantorville KoMets (K-M) on Tuesday last week. K-M currently sits alone at the top of the Hiawatha Valley League boys soccer standings. Both teams started the match a little slow, and the KoMets scored the first goal of the game seven minutes into...

Bomber rally dooms Tigers' homecoming hopes

Sep 30, 2015
A 66-yard touchdown on a tipped pass proved to be costly as Cannon Falls scored 26 unanswered points to run away with a 39-14 victory on Friday night to spoil homecoming in Lake City. Cannon Falls outgained Lake City 547-62 in total yardage as the Bombers moved to 2-4 on the year while Lake City...


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