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Running through the rain, during the final leg of the 4x400 relay in the Class AA girls' state track and field tournament last June at Hamline University, was Amanda Montplaisir. who helped lead the Bison to a seventh-place finish. Montplaisir brought home two medals at the state meet, including her ninth-place finish in the 3200 run. (Photos by Rob LaPlante)

 

Buffalo's Jacob Scherber (top) enjoyed a stellar senior season on the wrestling mat. Pictured above is Scherber getting positioning prior to a pin during a home invite this past season. Scherber ended up as state runner-up in the 195-pound weight class. (Photo by Rob LaPlante)

 

 

Buffalo's JD O'Donnell (above) claps towards his dugout following one of his two doubles in Monday's 6-1 road win at Maple Lake. O'Donnell belted two more doubles the following night in Buffalo's 5-4 home victory over Dassel-Cokato. His second double proved to be the game-winning hit in the bottom of the ninth. (Photos by Rob LaPlante)

 

Tyler Brown, a 2018 Buffalo High School graduate, was recently awarded a $500 scholarship from Buffalo Rotary Club. He was awarded the scholarship due to exhibiting outstanding commitment in the technology industry as a student at Wright Technical Center (WTC) in Buffalo. Pictured in photo, left to right, are: WTC Director Brian Koslofsky, Buffalo Rotary Club President Jason Nelson, Brown, and WTC Principal Shaun Karson. Brown's commitment also landed him a $1,200 scholarship from Wright Hennepin Cooperative Electric Association, which was presented to him by Koslofsky and Karson. Brown will be attending Michigan Technical University in the fall.

2018 BHS graduate, Savanna Schliesman, who was also awarded a $500 scholarship from Buffalo Rotary Club. Schliesman was also awarded the scholarship due to exhibiting outstanding commitment in the medical industry as a student at WTC. She will be attending St. Cloud State University in the fall. Pictured left to right, are: Koslofsky, Nelson, Schliesman, and Karson. (Submitted photos)

 

Pictured is Aubrey Hamilton, who was presented a $1,000 scholarship last May from TruStone Financial Foundation. (Submitted photo)

 


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