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Wrestlers have to make healthy diet choices

By Devin Phaly--Student athletes need to make healthy choices, but wrestlers make a commitment when it comes to having a plan to deal with the struggles of having a nutritious diet. Some of the difficulties that wrestlers have are selecting the correct portion size, choosing between fatty foods [...]

Niles finds rehabilitation through support from friends, family

Niles finds rehabilitation through support from friends, family

By Blake Meacham--In the first quarter of the first football game of the season, standout wide receiver Connor Niles broke his ankle after a reception. The crowd on Morningside’s half of the field went from buzzing cheers due to the excitement of the opening weekend to a worried hush in less than [...]

Salmonson balances life despite clutter

Salmonson balances life despite clutter

Eric Salmonson By Blake Meacham--Since his freshman year at Morningside, Eric Salmonson has balanced playing baseball and football. Big deal, you say. Two-sport athletes are rare, but they’re not unheard of. However, Eric maintains a near 4.0 GPA while playing those sports. Okay, [...]

BC Invite: GPAC runners to contest national standings

By Jaden Lux--The Morningside Cross Country team is back at it this weekend with a meet close to home at Adam’s Homestead and Nature Preserve in McCook Lake, SD. On Saturday (Oct. 8) multiple GPAC teams set out to prove who is the best as the season comes to a close. Within the GPAC alone, [...]

Football: #6 bests #3, 69-7 (photos)

Football: #6 bests #3, 69-7 (photos)

What shoulda, coulda been a competitive GPAC football contest turned out to be a yawner. Morningside, ranked #6, dropped 69 points on overmatched though #3-ranked Doane Saturday. The win moved the Mustangs to 4-1 heading into an October 15 match at Midland. Get the details here.

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