Mayo Spartans junior, Carter Holcomb, is heading to the state track and field meet competing in four different events. Holcomb set three new records in the section meet last weekend. He is KTTC's Athlete of the Week.
Cotter Softball's Madison Hazelton can do it all. As a junior, she reached the 500 career strikeout milestone, and she had a game-winning 2-RBI single versus La Crescent. She is KTTC's Athlete of the Week.
Spring Grove senior Tysen Grinde poured in 20 points and four threes as the Lions beat two-time defending state champs Hayfield to advance to the Section 1A Championship. He is KTTC's Athlete of the Week.
Tied up in the third period with under 40 seconds left against a top ranked opponent, St. Charles Tytan Small found a way to come out on top and claim a Section Championship at 195 pounds. He is KTTC's Athlete of the Week.
Down two points in the Section 1A Championship dual, Goetzinger pulled off a win in triple overtime to give Caledonia/Houston the lead and help the Warriors reach its first state tournament since 2016.
JM's Jayden Veney scored four goals this week, including two game-winners to lead the Rockets to back-to-back wins. One of his game winners helped the Rockets beat rival Mayo for the first time in six years. He is KTTC's Athlete of the Week.
Lake City's Jaden Shones finished with 22 points and 12 rebounds (Both career-highs) and scored the two game-winning free throws in the Tigers win over Minneapolis North. He is KTTC's Athlete of the Week.