• Annual Humanities dinner will be Feb. 23

  • Goodhue County Electric is sponsoring a trip to Washington

  • The summer job fair will be held Feb. 15 in the atrium

  • Jr. Hi. speakers win at So. St. Paul

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If the Vikings can do it…

Beginning of the season review of the boys basketball season.

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After a dismal finish to their previous season, the Minnesota Vikings have gotten out of a funk and inserted themselves back into the standings. They revamped their offense with some new up-and-coming stars and maintained their lock-down defense with the hopes of finishing the season at a home game in the Super Bowl. Likewise, following a rough season, the Bomber Boys Basketball team is out to reassert their swagger and with a season opening win against Hill-Murray, they’ve already made those intentions clear.

After the solid start, the team is excited by their prospects and hungry for more wins. While trying not to get ahead of themselves, the Bombers are already trying to measure up against the HVL conference. The boys believe they are capable of competing with and defeating most teams that come their way. To put it simply, Senior Chase Reber remarked “It’s going to be pretty fun.”

Head coach Josh Davisson echoes the sentiments of the players after the down-fifteen, come-from-behind victory. “To be able to respond to a big deficit in a positive way, I thought that was encouraging and shows good signs for hopefully what will come throughout the season.” He points out there is still “a long ways to figure everything out yet,” but the effort shown in practice and Friday’s match makes Davisson “optimistic about the work we can put on the court each night.”

The boys played St. Charles over the weekend and now travel to Goodhue after a tough loss against Zumbrota Mazeppa last night.



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