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Two years ago Totino-Grace was hoisting the class 5A championship above their heads in front of a rowdy fan base who was rejoicing another state championship after dominating Owatonna. Kez Flomo took it all in, hoping that one day he’d be back, with his team, and it was he who helped lead the way to [...]

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Park Center advances to the state tournament with a 2-1 win over Totino-Grace in the Section 5A championship. Scoring didn’t take long to kick in either. Most people weren’t even situated in their seats yet, cups of coffee still too hot to sip, but that didn’t stop the Pirates from acting swiftly. Less than a [...]

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Three weeks ago Columbia Heights was feeling on top of the world. After crushing St. Paul Humboldt 49-6 and jumping out to a 3-0 start on the season, the most popular phrase along the Hylanders sideline was “win with class.” A phrase, uttered by Head Coach Matt Townsend, meant to keep his teams’ ego in [...]

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Columbia Heights Section tournaments are wrapping up this week with winners advancing to the state tournament that begins on Oct. 21. Here’s a look at how things played out for some of our local athletes and schools competing. Columbia Heights was represented in both doubles and singles competition in the Section 6, Class AA tournament. [...]

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In the hallways of Totino-Grace High School, amidst all the chaos of students getting from one class to another, undeniable forces drew the attention of two individuals together. “I remember seeing this little girl, and her beautiful gate and smile,” recalls Jeff Ferguson, dean of students and Totino-Grace head football coach. By a stroke of [...]

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