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Trojan VB Wins Again

Prep Volleyball: Lady Trojans beat the Patriots 3-1 By Mike Isola/Beyond the Bleachers Pequot Lakes, Minn. (September 17)—Michaela Hesse slammed a team-high 14 kills and registered four blocks to help propel Sebeka past Pequot Lakes 3-1 during Tuesday’s non-conference volleyball match. The Lady Trojans took the first two sets (25-13, 25-21) from the host team, but the

Pep Band Starts Thursday

Jazz Band Tuesday, Sept. 16th @ 7:25 a.m. Pep Band Thursday, Sept 18th @ 6:30 p.m. Pep Band Friday, Sept 19th @ 6:00 p.m.

Warriors Fall to WDC

(Wadena) The Warriors lost to WDC 26-6 to run their record to 0-3. The Wolverines would strike first and go up 6-0 but the Warriors would respond with a touchdown by Tyler Eckman to tie it up 6-6. WDC would score the next 20 points to make the final margin. Coach Jeremy Nordick had this

Lake Reaches Milestone

(Bertha) Sebeka sophomore setter Madison Lake reached a milestone when she recorded the 1,000th set assist of her young career during a 3-0 victory by the Trojans over the Bertha-Hewitt Bears. Lake needed 10 assists entering the match and she reached that mark on point 22 of the first set when Michaela Hesse recorded a

Sebeka Volleyball Wins Title

Article by Mike Isola from Beyond the Bleachers website. Reprinted with his permission. Please visit beyondthebleachers.com for more pictures and articles of area sports. Ogilvie, Minn. (September 7)—Madison Lake rattled off 10 service aces and set up 90 assists and Heidi Olson hammered down 32 kills as Sebeka breezed through the Ogilvie Tournament on Saturday.

Cross Country Update

Cross Country Update by Coach Steve Schreiber Princeton Meet The first meet of the year went extremely well for a strong group of UNC runners.  The girls varsity team finished in 2nd place behind Spectrum, who competed at the state meet last year.  They narrowly missed a victory losing 50-52.  The girls were lead by

JV Volleyball Starts Strong

The Trojan junior varsity volleyball squad ran their season record to 7-0 before losing in the championship of the Ogilvie tournament to Rush City. Sebeka was dominant in their first seven matches as they won all 14 sets they played. They entered pool play of the tournament with a 3-0 record in regular season matches

Royalton Upends Warriors

The UNC Warrior football team traveled to Royalton Friday, September 12 to take on the Royals. The Warriors would have a second half lead but Royalton would prevail in the end 48-26. Coach Jeremy Nordick had these comments on the game: “This was a great game all the way up until about mid fourth quarter

Trojans fall to Henning

The Trojans traveled to Henning for a big Park region Conference match up last night. The Trojans won the first set 26-24, behind strong serving and strong net play from Alexis Rathcke. The second set was back and forth with both teams having small runs. serving errors hurt both teams, and the Trojans fell 23-25.

Sebeka Volleyball Tames Wolves

The Sebeka Volleyball team opened their home season on Tuesday, Sept 2nd with a match against the Walker-Hackensack-Akeley Wolves. Typically, you expect the home team to come out fired up in their first home match but the Wolves quickly turned the tables on the Trojans with an 18-8 lead in the first set. The Trojans