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    Impressive Streak Now At Four

    The winning streak is now at four games, and the Hastings Boys Hockey Team is now out-scoring their opponents over that stretch, 34-2, after clobbering North Saint Paul, 11-1, at Polar Arena, on Thursday, now setting up the Game of the Weekend in the State on Saturday, with the Raiders hosting highly-rated Mahtomedi. The Raiders got four more first goals of varsity careers, and much more fun was had, than can be summed up in one recap. KDWA's Nick Tuckner has more!

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    Park's Shafer To Sign With SDSU

    At Park High School in Cottage Grove, the Wolfpack Athletic Department will recognize Senior Football Linebacker Payton Shafer, next Wednesday, as Shafer will sign his Division One Letter of Intent to play football at South Dakota State, next Fall. Park High School Athletic Director Phil Kuemmel joined KDWA Sports on Thursday with more on the Park pipeline to the Jackrabbits!

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    Prescott Girls 6-0, Baldwin Next

    The Prescott Cardinals Girls Basketball Team is officially ON FIRE, at 6-0, following Tuesday's 91-48 thrashing of the Somerset Spartans, and Head Coach Ron Murphy joined KDWA's Nick Tuckner on Wednesday, to look back at the team win, and looks ahead to their next two games, both road tests, starting next Tuesday at Baldwin-Woodville!

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    Cards Dust Durand, Nielsen Injured

    The Prescott Cardinals Boys Basketball Team is out to a 2-1 start, following Saturday's road win at Durand, but it also came at a price, as Guard Parker Nielsen injured his knee, and will miss a significant amount of time, with a tear in his meniscus. Head Coach Nick Johnson joined KDWA Sports on Wednesday to talk about teh last two games, the injury, and players needing to step up in Nielsen's absence.

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    Tuesday Scores and More!

    Around the area on Tuesday night, the Hastings Raiders Boys Basketball Team played a wonderful game against Section 3AAAA Rival Eagan, but lost in the final minutes, 72-68 to the Wildcats, while the Prescott Girls Basketball Team jumped to 6-0, with a commanding 91-48 win over Somerset. Also in Swimming, the Raider Boys fell at Cretin on Tuesday, 101-84. KDWA's Nick Tuckner has more from around Hastings and Prescott!

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    Now 3-1, Raiders Draw Polars Next

    The Hastings Raiders Boys Hockey Team has out-scored their last three opponents 23-1, while going 3-0 in that same stretch, including last week's wins over Tartan, and Henry Sibley. Now, the Raiders have two more huge Metro East Conference Games this week, first on Thursday at North Saint Paul, and then closing the week at home Saturday, with a matinee against mighty Mahtomedi. Head Coach Adam Welch joined KDWA Sports on Tuesday with more!

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    Coach McLay on 9-1 Start!

    The Hastings Raiders Wrestling Team is out to a hot start, to open this chilly 2018-19 Winter Sports Season, now at 9-1 through their first ten dual meets, following their Tournament Championship at Park, on Saturday! Head Coach Josh McLay joined KDWA's Nick Tuckner on Monday, with more on a fantastic first week of meets.

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    Highway 61 Rivals Clash, Raiders Win

    In our KDWA Sports "Week in Review" we not only looked back at a few of the top sports stories from the week, but also recapped the Hastings Raiders Boys Basketball Team's huge 85-69 win over Rival Park at the Hastings High School Field House. KDWA's Nick Tuckner has more on the Raider win, and the week that was!

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    Thursday Night Raider Sports Recap

    The Hastings Raiders Boys Hockey Team continued their early surge, now 3-1 overall, following Thursday's 7-1 win over Henry Sibley, while the Hastings Raider Wrestlers won three more dual meets, and the Hastings Raiders Girls Basketball Team is still winless after their loss to Minneapolis South. KDWA's Nick Tuckner has more on all three teams.

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    Girls Puck at .500 Through Seven

    The Hastings Raiders Girls Hockey Team is now at 3-3-1 through seven games, and Head Coach Josh Colvin joined KDWA Sports on Thursday, as they prepare for their Metro East Conference Showdown with Mahtomedi, at home, Friday night. The Raiders are coming off a 4-2 road win at Dodge County, Saturday, and a 3-3 Tie against the North Saint Paul-Tartan Co-Op Team on Tuesday.

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    Skating Rink Flooding Begins

    The City of Hastings has begun the flooding process for all of the skating rinks across the area, and KDWA Sports was there on Wednesday morning, as it began at Pioneer Park! City of Hastings Sports and Recreation Coordinator Phil Vargas joined KDWA Sports on Wednesday, with more!

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    Cardinals Remain Undefeated

    The Prescott Girls Basketball Team remained undefeated follwing Tuesday's 80-61 win over Cameron, behind Senior Haylee Yaeger's Game High 36 points in the victory. Head Coach Ron Murphy joined KDWA Sports on Wednesday for a full report.

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    Huge Wins, Heartbreaking Losses Tuesday

    In our Tuesday Night Scoreboard segment, the Hastings Boys Hockey Team shocked Tartan 6-0, jumping to 2-1 on the season, while the Raider Girls tied North-Tartan 3-3, in Oakdale. Basketball was a different story, with the Prescott Girls winning 80-61 over Cameron, however, the Prescott Boys' 59-game Middle Border Conference Winning Streak came to an abrupt conclusion at New Richmond, falling 65-60, on the road. The Hastings Girls Basketball Team is also still searching for their first win of the season, after their 50-46 loss to Eagan, also on this busy Tuesday night! KDWA's Nick Tuckner has more!

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    Wildcat Whipping, Titans Tuesday

    The Hastings Raiders Boys Hockey Team is out to a 1-1 start to the season, following Saturday's Snowy, 10-0 win in Kasson, over Dodge County, and are now primed for a huge Metro East Conference Opener on Tuesday, with Tartan coming to town, LIVE on KDWA! Raider Head Coach Adam Welch joined KDWA's Nick Tuckner on Monday, to look back at Saturday, and to preview Tuesday with the Titans!

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    Wrestlers, Hoops Win Over Weekend

    It was a great weekend for a handful of Hastings High School Teams, including the Raider Wrestlers who hosted their annual Raider Duals Tournament, plus the Boys Basketball Team went 1-1 in their opening Red Wing Tournament, and the Hastings Raiders Girls Hoopsters also played one of their better games this season, yet fell to East Ridge by four. KDWA's Nick Tuckner has more on the weekend of Raider Sports!

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    Raiders Earn Snowy Road Win

    The Hastings Raiders Boys Hockey Team won their first game of the 2018-19 Season on Saturday, taking out Thursday's frustrations on the Dodge County Wildcats, as the Blue and Gold skated to a 10-0 road romp over their new Section Rivals, in snowy Kasson. After his 400th Hastings Boys Hockey Broadcast on Saturday, KDWA's Nick Tuckner has a brief recap of the win.

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    Prescott Girls, Boys Win Friday

    The Prescott Cardinals Girls Basketball Team scored an early signature win in Middle Border Conference play on Friday night, as the Cards snuck by fellow MBC Titan Amery, 48-40, in a see-saw affair, at the Nest. The Prescott Boys also began their season on Friday, winning big at Glenwood City, 87-49, over the Hilltoppers. KDWA's Nick Tuckner has more on all of the Friday night fun!

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    Cardinal Girls 2-0, LIVE on KDWA Friday

    The Prescott Cardinals Girls Basketball Team will have their toughest test of their young season on Friday night, LIVE on KDWA, as the Cards host fellow Middle Border Conference favorite, Amery, at the Nest! Head Coach Ron Murphy joined KDWA Sports on Thursday, to look back at their solid win Tuesday over Osceola, and what it will take to win over the Warriors!

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    Coach Ryan Humbled By Hall Call

    For 30 years, Prescott Baseball Coach Jeff Ryan has worn a Cardinal Uniform, either as an Assistant for Hall of Fame Coach Steve Block, or as the Head Coach of numerous Conference, Section, and State Championship Teams Now, Coach Ryan too, will be enshrined in to the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame, coming up on February 9th, in Madison. Coach Ryan joined KDWA's Nick Tuckner for a very special feature interview on Wednesday, with more on the announcement!

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    Scrimmage Success, Opener Friday

    The Hastings Raiders Boys Basketball Team is coming off of their pre-season scrimmage against Bloomington Jefferson, Edina, and defending State Champion Cretin Derham Hall, on Saturday, and are feverishly preparing for their Season Opener on Friday, as part of the Red Wing Tournament, against Hudson, at 6pm, at Red Wing High School. Head Coach Chad Feikema joined KDWA Sports for an update on Tuesday afternoon, before practice.

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    Cardinal Coach Ryan "Hall Bound"

    Prescott High School Athletic Director Matt Smith joined KDWA Sports to announce that longtime Cardinals Baseball Coach Jeff Ryan will be enshrined in to the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame on February 9th, in Madison. KDWA Sports will also have more with Coach Ryan himself in Wednesday's sports updates, in a Special Mid-Week Feature.

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    Girls End Season, Boys Begin

    Though the Hastings Raiders Girls Swimming and Diving Season is now over, the pool wasn't left empty for too long, as the Raider Boys opened their 2018-19 campaign on Monday, at the Hastings Middle School Pool. KDWA Sports had a fun split interview in our Season Recap with Girls Coach Katie McAlpin, and also a little preview of the Boys Season with Head Coach Gerry Rupp, all to open your week of Sports on KDWA!

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    Raiders Now 2-2, Eagles Tuesday

    The Hastings Raiders Girls Hockey Team has won two straight games, and are now at 2-2, heading in to their huge Section 3AA Seeding Showdown with the team that knocked them out of the playoffs, last February, Apple Valley, on Tuesday. Head Coach Josh Colvin joined KDWA Sports before Thanksgiving to look back at their wins over tough Northfield, and Chisago Lakes Teams, in preparation for the Eagles, next week!

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    Park AD On Glazier Departure

    Park High School Athletic Director Phil Kuemmel joined KDWA Sports on Wednesday to discuss the resignation of now-former Head Football Coach Darin Glazier, his contributions to the program, and what's next for the Wolfpack, as they search for a new leader.

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    Glazier Out As Park Football Coach

    Park High School will have a new Head Football Coach in 2018, as Hastings Alumnus Darin Glazier has stepped down from his position, after a 5-5 2018 Season, which included a playoff win over Henry Sibley, before falling 14-0 to Hastings in the Section 3AAAAA Semifinals. KDWA's Nick Tuckner has more on the breaking news, and will likely have more over the next few days.

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