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    Josh Donaldson and Yoenis Cespedes each homered to lead the Athletics in an 11-0 win over the Twins in Oakland.  Andrew Albers allowed eight runs in less than five innings, but only three were earned.  …

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    21 Sep 13
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    Results for 9/20/13: Football: Blue Earth 39 New Ulm 7, St Peter 41 St James 0, Waseca 43 Fairmont 27, Cathedral 31 Cedar Mt/Comfrey 12, MVL 36 Red Rock Central 16, SESM 30 Springfield 7, …

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    20 Sep 13
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    New Ulm and Blue Earth shake hands after the Buc’s defeat the  Eagle’s 39 to 7. Buc Quarterback Luke Shavey ran for two scores and threw for two more as Blue Earth improves to 4 …

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    20 Sep 13
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    20 Sep 13
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    Results for 9/19/13 Volleyball: New Ulm 3 St James 2, St Peter 3 Fairmont 2, Waesca 3 Blue Earth 1, Sleepy Eye 3 Cedar Mt/Comfrey 1, BLH/Stewart 3 SESM 0, Wabasso 3 Springfield 0, Sibley …

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    20 Sep 13
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    The Lynx begin the WNBA Western Conference Semifinals tonight at the Target Center against the Seattle Storm.  Minnesota is the number-one seed in the West.  It will host Tuesday’s Game 3 if necessary.  

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    20 Sep 13
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     The Wild thumped Winnipeg 4-1 in Canada Thursday.  Matthew Dumba, Charlie Coyle, Kris Foucault and Steven Kampfer scored the goals for Minnesota.  The teams will meet again Saturday at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. 

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    20 Sep 13
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     The Twins rallied from a three-run deficit but came up short, 8-6, against the A’s in Oakland.  Reliever Shairon Martis took the loss and is 0-and-1.  Oswaldo Arcia homered for the Twins and Chris Parmalee …

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    20 Sep 13