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“He should get (a chain) for sure,’’ Darrisaw quipped. “He looked good in it.”
Don't let weather be the primary decision-maker on whether or not you get in the woods this fall. A look at what science says about this and some examples of "bad-weather" bucks.
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Asked about what he expects heading into this season, Leipold refused to get too far ahead of himself. He doesn’t know if the Wild will top their franchise-record 113 points from last season.
Volleyball action from around the state for Thursday, Oct. 6

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The Kernels won six of their nine first-round matches on Thursday, including all three doubles matches. But points proved harder to come by in the later rounds of doubles play.
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New coach Matt Daniels stresses camaraderie among players on units
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The Loons’ kit men are responsible for setting up the team’s oval-shaped locker room at Allianz Field, with everything players need to perform — from emergency headgear down to their socked toes.
USD has won the past two matchups against its in-state rival, but SDSU has held a decisive advantage in the series dating back to 1990 and holds the all-time series edge at 55-52-7.
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The two Minnesotans — Varland from Maplewood, Wallner from Forest Lake — gave hometown fans plenty to cheer about this season, both in St. Paul and Minneapolis. Both started the year with Double-A Wichita before earning a pair of promotions and debuting in September.
A weekly look at what area athletes are accomplishing in college sports.

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The Mavericks' next rodeo comes on Friday, Oct. 7 in Fort Dodge, Iowa
The Kernels have dropped four straight games after a 1-1 start, but host the Arrows, the team against which a late-season spurt began one year ago.
The Waterfowl Hunting Modernization Project would implement a seven-day “foreign resident” waterfowl license, available either through a lottery or through a licensed Manitoba waterfowl outfitter.

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