Category Archives: Sports

Rebels Stymie Eagles 65-64 in OT

By Skip Hunter – The SWC boys basketball team’s second game last week was against Red Rock Conference foe as well as fellow Section 3A South member MCC. The game was in the Slayton gym, a notoriously difficult place for

Eagles Put Down Dragons

By Skip Hunter – The second game of last week’s SWC girls basketball journey found them hosting the Adrian Dragons. The Dragons held an 8-6 conference record, good for sixth place. The JV won the preliminary game by a 53-36

Fulda Defeats EHS Boys

By Mike Drooger – The Fulda Raiders boys’ basketball team has made a name for itself during the 2017-’18 campaign from beyond the three-point arc. Earlier in the season, when Edgerton traveled to Fulda, the Raiders attempted 49 shots from

Eagles Outlast Patriots 82-80 In Overtime

By Skip Hunter – The SWC girls basketball team started the season out with a 12-point victory over Hills-Beaver Creek. After one more loss the Patriots had reeled off 15 straight victories and were playing with confidence. Anyone who headed

Eagles Fall to Trojans, 78-70

By Skip Hunter – What do you get when you give the other team 30 extra cracks at the basket by way of turnovers or offensive rebounds? You get a recipe for disaster as the SWC boys basketball team found

Dutchmen Take Down Wildcats

By Nancy Wassink – Edgerton Dutchmen travelled to Okabena February 5th and defeated the HLO Wildcats by a score of 81-33.  The Dutchmen boasted 5 players in double digits in the team victory. Not hesitating to get things started Chynna

EHS Defeated In Slayton

By Mike Drooger – On a chilly February Friday evening, the Edgerton Flying Dutchmen traveled to Slayton to take on the Rebels of Murray County Central.  It turned out to be another chilly evening from the field as far as

Eagles Surpass Dutchmen

By Skip Hunter – Last Friday night the two girls basketball teams in Edgerton met at SWC. The Eagles led the conference with an 11-0, while the Dutchmen were 7-4 good for fourth place. The Eagles won handily at EHS

First Win Remains Elusive For Dutchmen

By Mike Drooger – With eight games remaining in the 2017-’18 basketball season counting the game Thursday night February 1 vs. Red Rock Central, the opportunity for the Edgerton Flying Dutchmen to pick up that so-far-elusive first victory is waning,

SWCH Eagles Claw Panthers

By Skip Hunter – After 2 disappointing losses the SWC boys basketball team looked to get back on track against the Ellsworth Panthers. The Panthers were 2-12 overall and 1-8 in the conference. The Eagles won as expected and ran