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For the second straight season, Becker, Farmington, and Mound Westonka were guest teams in last Saturday’s Buffalo girls’ tennis invitational. Like a year ago, it was the same four teams posting the same identical records, with Becker winning their second straight invitational with a 3-0 record....
Last Thursday’s Hutchinson Invitational didn’t produce the year’s best times, but the seventh-ranked Buffalo boys’ cross country squad still walked away from Lake Marion with its first invitational title of the season. With a score of 40, the Bison finished 35 points lower than second-place Prior...
Through nine games, Lauren Boyd leads the Bison girls’ soccer team with five goals. Identical-twin sister, Lexi, leads the team in points with 13.    While the two think and look alike on the playing field, Lexi says their games are far from similar.    “Lauren’s more of a defensive player,” she...
Consistency. Through the first four matches of the season, Buffalo volleyball head coach Jenn Peterson has seen flashes of good, and flashes of bad. Case and point came in a 3-0 home defeat last Thursday to St. Michael-Albertville. For the opening two sets, Buffalo was right there with the...
By Rob LaPlante Sports Editor   It was “Miller Time” Tuesday night at Bison Field East. Sophomore forward Brian Miller scored both goals, lifting the Bison boys’ soccer team to a dramatic 2-1 home win over rival Monticello. Miller’s first goal opened the scoring just 5:19 into the contest. Luke...
Buffalo and Elk River put up numbers last Friday that some high school basketball coaches would even be proud of. Combining to set a state record of 150 combined points, it was the Elks and their deceptive running game edging the Bison and their high-powered passing attack by a score of 80-70....
Street Party of Hope lights up the night on September 13 to honor those affected by cancer      
   Buffalo High School homecoming candidates were announced at a special assembly on Monday, September 17. Above are, front row from left, homecoming queen candidates Kwynn Kalamaha, Audrey Green, Amara Alvarez, Eric O’Borsky, Carly Wilfahrt, Emily Kern, Gabby Hernandez, and Sarah Burke. Homecoming...
Buffalo running back Riley Habisch (23) rushed for 156 yards on 20 carries and scored two touchdowns in a wild 80-70 home loss to Elk River last Friday. The 150 combined points set a new state record. See the full game story in the Sports section of this week’s edition of the Wright County Journal-...
Members of the community were invited to dress up in symbolic colors, such as pink for breast cancer, for the event.  Vendors provided a variety of goods and services on September 13, as downtown Buffalo hosted the rebranded “Street Party of Hope,” formerlly “Pink Street Party.” See more photos inside this week’s edition. (Photo by Arynn Maznio)
On Thursday, September 13, the streets of downtown Buffalo were alive with the sounds of laughter and music, as members of the community came together to offer support and encouragement for those fighting cancer.  The 10th Anniversary Street Party of Hope, formerly the Pink Street Party, was hosted...

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