Three Minnesota River Bulldogs girls hockey players were recognized by the Big South Conference this year.
Belle Plaine athletes looking for a fall activity that isn't football, cross country or tennis will now have another option, thanks to a new cooperative with Jordan's soccer program
The Belle Plaine Girls Basketball team had a year to remember - a perfect 14-0 undefeated season in the Minnesota River Conference and a 25-4 overall record finishing as Sub-Section 2AA Runner Up.
Although the winter sports season did not come to fruition for hundreds of athletes around the state, student-athletes still got a chance to celebrate their achievements as athletic conferences named their standouts.
The Minnesota State High School League has decided to disallow scrimmages, competitions or practices or training sessions with other schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Belle Plaine Tigers hoped to continue their bid at the state tournament when they took on Minnesota Valley Lutheran on Thursday night in New Prague.
The Belle Plaine girls basketball team carried their momentum from last Monday’s win over Le Sueur-Henderson to their matchup with the Norwood-Young America Central Raiders
The Belle Plaine boys basketball team entered the postseason with the will to win as the no. 4 seed in the Section 2AA North sub-section bracket.
The first round of the Minnesota State Wrestling Tournament is in the books, and Scott West wrestlers have had a strong showing int the AA individual tournament thus far.
Congrats,Panthers! Scott West wrestlers Zach Tracy (106 lbs.), Jace Demmers (160 lbs.) and Luke Fogarty (145 lbs.) will be representing the team at the individual state wrestling tournament at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, from Feb. 28-29. Tracy and Demmers took first at the Section 2A…
The Belle Plaine Tigers made a statement as they closed out their regular season with a dominant win over Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop
A father and son pair has gotten a joint fishing program between Belle Plaine and Jordan off the ground after they found substantial interest among students from both cities.
Although their team dual meet season ended at Mankato West High School on Saturday, Feb. 15, the Scott West Wrestling Team continued down the tracks of their ‘Two Towns...One Team...30 Years and The Train Moves Forward!’
A balanced approach to scoring put the Belle Plaine Tigers a notch above the Tri-City United Titans on Tuesday, Feb. 18, when the former team delivered 79-57 showcase.
An uncharacteristically slow start for the Belle Plaine Tigers looked like it might be their undoing as they crept behind the Tri-City United Titans on Tuesday night, Feb. 11.