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Morgan Brandt, left, and Faith Boyer run side-by-side for the Trojans during the Wright County Conference East meet Tuesday, Oct. 16. (Photo courtesy of Emily Everson)
Three members of the New Prague High School girls cross country team earned all-conference honors and the team placed second of six teams at the Wright County Conference East Championships Tuesday, Oct. 16, at Gale Woods Farm Park in Minnetrista. Waconia had five runners finishing in the top 10 and...
Jacob Malecha leads a pack of runners during the Wright County Conference East meet Tuesday, Oct. 16. Malecha placed fourth in the meet to earn all-confernce honors. (Photo courtesy of Emily Everson)
The New Prague Trojan boys cross country team finished third of six teams at the Wright County Conference East championships Tuesday, Oct. 16, at Gale Woods Farm Park in Minnetrista. "The WCC Championships is one of the meets for which we prepare all year," Coach Nick Meyer said. "At the beginning...

New Prague head coach Jake Norby spends a few moments with a group of tearful seniors after their high school football careers ended with a 57-7 loss at Mankato West Tuesday, Oct. 23. 

The New Prague Trojans were able to keep Mankato West’s powerful offense in check early in their Section 2AAAAA football quarterfinal matchup Tuesday Oct. 23, but the Scarlets wore down the Trojans and ran away with a 57-7 win in Mankato.  New Prague was able to move the ball early, but didn’t...
The Tri-City United Titan Football Team advanced in the Section 3AAA tournament after their 54-20 victory over the Worthington Trojans in Montgomery on Tuesday.   With their win, the Titans, a No. 3 seed with a 5-4 record, take to the road for Jackson County to face Jackson County Central in the...
New Prague’s Jillian Weichert competes in the 100 butterfly during a recent swim meet. (Photo by Rob Luekow) 
The New Prague Trojan swim and dive team competed in their final two dual meets of the season last week, losing at St. Peter and at home to Delano. The Trojans are now preparing for the Wright County Conference meet, which they will host for the first time at the New Prague Aquatic Center on...
The New Prague Trojan boys soccer team played a strong first half in its Section 1AA playoff opener against Rochester Mayo Tuesday, Oct. 9, but playing without their No. 1 goaltender and then losing a player to injury during the game took its toll, as the Spartans scored five goals in the second...
Playoffs for the WEM fall sports teams start next week for the football, volleyball, and cross country teams. The football team defeated Sibley East 61-6 Wednesday, Oct. 17 to claim the No. 1 seed in the Section 2AA Playoffs. WEM will face Blue Earth Area Tuesday, Oct. 23 at 7 p.m. in Waterville....
For week eight and the final regular game of the football season, the Titans were victorious on their home turf when they beat the St. Peter Saints 19-6 on Wednesday.   The scoring for the Titans came from a variety of players from the start of the game. All touchdowns were on the ground, with the...

Junior linebacker Connor McWilliams (31) forces out an Owatonna receiver during the Trojans loss to the Huskies Wednesday, Oct. 17. 

The New Prague Trojan football team lost its regular season finale to Owatonna Wednesday, Oct. 17, 55-13. The Trojans (1-7)  will open the Section 2AAAAA playoffs Tuesday, Oct. 23, as the No. 6 seed and travel to No. 3 seed Mankato West (7-1).  The defending state champion Huskies, ranked No. 1...
The New Prague Trojan volleyball team received the No. 3 seed for the Section 2AAA volleyball tournament, which begins Wednesday, Oct. 24.  There are 11 teams in the section, and the top five seeds get first-round byes. After three play-in games on Wednesday, the top four teams will host...

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