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2021 Sports Year In Review

Posted 1/4/22

June 29

Sass, Dixon Take Bronze at Paralympic Selection Event

PLEASANT PRAIRIE, Wis. (June 27) — Paratriathlete Amy Dixon of Encinitas, California, and her guide, Kirsten Sass of McKenzie, claimed the bronze medal Sunday at the Americas Triathlon Para Championships, held as part of the Pleasant Prairie Triathlon hosted by Race Day Events, giving the pair hopes for a spot on the U.S. Paralympic Triathlon Team.

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2021 Sports Year In Review

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June 29

Sass, Dixon Take Bronze at Paralympic Selection Event
PLEASANT PRAIRIE, Wis. (June 27) — Paratriathlete Amy Dixon of Encinitas, California, and her guide, Kirsten Sass of McKenzie, claimed the bronze medal Sunday at the Americas Triathlon Para Championships, held as part of the Pleasant Prairie Triathlon hosted by Race Day Events, giving the pair hopes for a spot on the U.S. Paralympic Triathlon Team.

August 24

Rebels Take Down Mustangs in Season Opener
McKENZIE (August 20) — The McKenzie Rebels hosted the Huntingdon Mustangs Friday opening the 2021 football season. The long-standing in-county rivalry promised to be a good game despite soggy field conditions. At night’s end, the Rebels walked away with the 46-28 win.
Statistically, both teams were neck and neck. McKenzie ran 53 plays for 315 yards and 14 first downs while Huntingdon had 55 totaling 379 yards and 11 first downs. The Rebels picked up 111 yards passing; Jackson Cassidy was 4 for 11 passing with 111 yards and one touchdown. The Mustangs were 0 for 7 passing with one interception recorded by Kaleb Pearson. On the ground, Huntingdon’s yardage totaled 379 yards to McKenzie’s 204.

Bethel University Finishes Second in Nation in Bassmasters National Championship
The Bethel University Bass Team traveled to Waddington, New York to fish in one of the nation’s most prestigious national championship tournaments this past week. Five teams from Bethel qualified to fish the Bassmasters College National Championship through a series of top twelve tournament finishes throughout the year-long season.

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