High School Sports February 12, 2019 Updated

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High School Sports February 12, 2019 Updated

Here is a list of postponements and cancellations for tonight:

Boys Hockey:

Rochester John Marshall at Red Wing cancelled

Boys Basketball:

Rochester Century at Red Wing postponed

Lake City at Stewartville postponed to February 13

Triton at Kenyon-Wanamingo postponed to February 21

Zumbrota-Mazeppa at Tri City United cancelled

Wabasha-Kellogg at Bethlehem Academy cancelled

Prairie Farm at Alma-Pepin @ Alma postponed

Plum City-Elmwood at Spring Valley postponed to February 14

Girls Basketball:

Red Wing at Rochester Century postponed

St. Charles at Lake City cancelled

Lanesboro at Wabasha-Kellogg postponed

Eleva-Strum at Prescott cancelled

Plum City-Elmwood at Elk Mound postponed to February 15

Wrestling:

WIAA Division 2 Team Sectionals @ Osceola with Ellsworth vs. Medford and Osceola vs. Spooner/Webster 6pm winners meeting at 8pm for the Section title postponed until February 13

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