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Cards Cap Off Undefeated MBC Title

The Prescott Cardinals Boys Basketball Team capped off an undefeated Middle Border Conference Championship (12-0) and finished the overall regular season with a 21-1 record, beating New Richmond, 63-50, behind 21 points from Clay Seifert (23) and 17 more from fellow Senior Charlie Tayson. The Cardinals will now have a week off as they prepare …

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Coach Lanning Also Stepping Aside

KDWA Sports has learned that there is now two Head Coaching vacancies at Hastings High School on Thursday, as Head Boys Soccer Coach Shane Lanning, became the second coach this week to step aside, joining Boys Hockey Coach Russ Welch in leaving their respective Raider Programs. Coach Lanning will remain involved in the program to …

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BDT’s 24-Hour New Play Challenge Returns

With the success of last year’s 24-hour New Play Challenge, the theater company has identified 6 playwrights who will each guide a team of directors, actors and stage managers through the 24-hour process of rehearsal and performance of their original work. All skill levels of participants are welcome to be involved with the project which …

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Individuals Prepare For State Meet

The Hastings Raiders Wrestling Team will have eight student-athletes competing in the Individual State Meet, beginning on Friday morning at the Xcel Energy Center, in St. Paul. Head Coach Josh McLay joined KDWA Sports from weigh-ins on Thursday, for a Pre-State Report! Click here for audio        

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HFD Responds to Serious Crash

The Hastings Fire Department responded to a crash Tuesday afternoon just southwest of Hastings. Chief Mike Schutt gives a quick rundown. Click here for audio        

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Raiders Celebrate Overtime Playoff Win

Even though the #7 Farmington Tigers gave the #2 Hastings Raiders all they could handle in the Section 1AAAA Boys Basketball Quarterfinals, Hastings (21-5 overall) came through in overtime, beating the Tigers, 76-68, in front of another HUGE Hastings High School Crowd. As you can see in the picture, Raider Nation was able to storm …

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Girl Pleads Guilty in Farmington Hazing

A 17 year old female from Farmington has pled guilty to a gross misdemeanor offense in connection with a hazing incident that occurred in September of 2014. She was the driver of the vehicle in which two juniors were locked in the trunk as part of a hazing ritual among Farmington High School students. She …

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Reward Raised for Information on Reuter’s Murder

On June 22nd 2014, Jason Reuter was killed at his home, and the family is still seaching for answers to those responsible for the murder. His father, Mike stopped by KDWA Radio to announce the latest effort in the case. Click here for audio        

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MEC Champs Set For Friday Rivalry

The Hastings Raiders Girls Basketball Team also won their 20th game of the season on Tuesday, and with the victory, won the Metro East Conference Championship, sharing it with the team they beat Tuesday, Hill Murray. Head Coach Padrick Jedd shared his excitement with KDWA Sports on Wednesday, and also looks ahead to Friday’s Senior …

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Kleinschmidt’s Three Rescues Cardinals Season

In one of the wildest finishes in recent memory, the #4 Prescott Cardinals defeated the #5 Osceola Chieftains 39-37 in Tuesday’s Girls Basketball Regional Quarterfinal, but the way it was done, was sure something special. Down one, with one second to go, Cardinal Forward Jen Kleinschmidt hit a buzzer-beating three pointer, to end Osceola’s season. …

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