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Thu
03
Apr

End of an era


PHOTO BY RANDY OLSON B-B-E head coach Dave Montbriand is shown in the middle of the huddle as halftime came to a close on March 7 in Alexandria, as his Jaguars were on their way to an 86-52 win over Browerville in the Section 5A championship game.

by Randy Olson

Head coach of the Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa Jaguars for 21 seasons, B-B-E elementary teacher and boys' basketball coach Dave Montbriand announced his retirement from the coaching ranks today.

Montbriand's letter of resignation and retirement hasn't been acted on by the B-B-E school board, but that will be addressed at their regular April meeting.

"Upon the school board acting on it, the search for a new head coach will begin. I hope to remain in the program at a lower level as I continue to love basketball," said Montbriand.  "I feel very confident that my decision is the right one, and I look forward to supporting the new coach in any way I can."

Fri
28
Mar

Lots to have at Holy Family Springfest

 

by RANDY OLSON

STAFF WRITER

 

Fri
21
Mar

Students reach reading goal

 

PHOTO BY BRYAN ZOLLMAN

Fri
14
Mar

Splash pad funding taking shape

 

by RANDY OLSON

STAFF WRITER

 

 

Sun
09
Mar

Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa state tournament information


Fans turned out in droves for the last state tournament trip for the B-B-E Jaguars in 2012. (Above) A glimpse of part of B-B-E's crowd at Williams Arena for the Class 1A state quarterfinal game. PHOTO BY RANDY OLSON

All Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa fans interested in a spectator bus (students, adults) can sign up with Jodi Carda in the B-B-E elementary office. Her phone number is 320-346-2278 extension 1218. To travel to Minneapolis on Thursday in a coach bus, the cost is $15 which does not include admission to the game. For a regular (yellow) school bus, adults pay $5 and students pay $3. Any student younger than 7th grade must have an adult accompany them.

Tickets for the Class 1A state quarterfinal game cost $14 for adults and $9 for students. They are available at the B-B-E elementary office as well.

State basketball t-shirts: they're available at the high school office for $10 each.

Fri
07
Mar

B-B-E basketball game in Alexandria is on!


PHOTO BY RANDY OLSON The street in front of the B-B-E elementary school is a virtual skating rink. Rural roads are no better in Jaguar Country or elsewhere across central Minnesota.

The section committee has decided to have tonight's game at 7 p.m. in Alexandria between B-B-E and Browerville boys.

Stay tuned for further announcements at http://bbejaguars.blogspot.com.

At 09:20, a Sauk Centre resident spoke to the Herald relaying her firsthand account of a treacherous, 40-minute long trip from Sauk Centre to Freeport. At least 12 semi trucks were in the ditch during that 15-mile stretch. This traveler counted four semis in the ditch between Sauk Centre and the Meire Grove I-94 exit.

Wed
05
Mar

Section 5A boys' basketball moved


Jaguar Country can come out at full strength and full force on Friday night. (Above) A glimpse of the home crowd for B-B-E's playoff opener on Feb. 27. PHOTO BY RANDY OLSON

For all fans and followers of the Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa boys' basketball team: the Section 5A boys' basketball title game between the top-ranked Jaguars and the Sub-Section 5A-North champion Browerville Tigers has been moved to Jefferson high school in Alexandria. Tip-off is at 7 p.m.

The game was originally scheduled for the Crosby-Ironton high school, but with the predicted large following of both B-B-E and Browerville fans, section officials made the change on the venue at 10 a.m. Wednesday morning. The C-I high school has an official capacity of 1,698, whereas Jefferson high school holds upwards of 2,500 fans. Another interesting twist is that this game will be the final basketball game held at Jefferson high school, which opened in 1958. For the 2014-15 season, the Alexandria Cardinals basketball teams will christen a brand new 9-12 high school on the southeast side of town.

Tue
04
Mar

Let your water run to prevent frozen pipes!

 

Notice to all Sauk Centre Public Utilities Customers, the Utilities is encouraging all customers to let their water run the size of a pencil stream; you should continue to run this water until the ice is off the lake. The Public Utilities will only bill you what your average water bill would have been.

Sun
02
Mar

Sauk Centre speechers shine at home meet


The award-winners for the Sauk Centre speech team. PHOTO SUBMITTED

The Sauk Centre speech team took first place in the medium-size team division at their home invitational on Saturday among a group of 17 schools with almost 300 speakers participating.

Sarah Nelson earned first in great speeches to lead the way for Sauk Centre, followed by the duo interpretation team of Richard Polipnick and Charlie Barhorst earning runner-up honors. Abby Primus was second in extemporaneous speaking. Check this week's Sauk Centre Herald issue to see the full list of awards earned by Sauk Centre.

The next meet for the speech team is on March 8 at Kimball Area high school.

Fri
28
Feb

She’s a Yoga Mama!

After losing her father suddenly, Heather Zollman decided to carry on his legacy with the hope of helping others

by LIZ VOS

STAFF WRITER

 

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