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Montrose City Council election results

MONTROSE, MN — RESULTS WITH 1 OF 1 PRECINCT REPORTING

City Council (Elect two)

Tom Marszalek 480 votes (21.3 percent) – elected

Kirby Moynagh 363 votes (16.1 percent) – elected

Nicole Andreoff 329 votes (14.6 percent)

Roy Henry 307 votes (13.62 percent)

Bru Ploog 277 votes (12.29 percent)

Sam Solarz 230 votes (10.2 percent)

Dean Holm 152 votes (6.74 percent)

Joel Flug 94 votes (4.17 percent)

Write-in 22 votes (.98 percent)

All results are unofficial until certified.

Maple Plain City Council election results

MAPLE PLAIN, MN — RESULTS WITH ONE OF ONE PRECINCT REPORTING

Maple Plain City Council – four year term (Elect two)

Caitlin Cahill 393 votes (28.81 percent) – elected

John Timpe 307 votes (22.51 percent) – elected

Michael J. DeLuca 305 votes (22.36 percent)

Denny Grenell 197 votes (14.44 percent)

Jerry Young 150 votes (11 percent)

Write-in 12 (.88 percent)

All results are unofficial until certified.

MN House District 29A election results

RESULTS WITH 23 OF 23 PRECINCTS REPORTING

Minnesota House District 29A Representative

Joe McDonald (R) 13,116 votes (67.86 percent) – elected

Renee Cardarelle (DFL) 6,194 votes (32.05 percent)

Write-in 18 votes (.09 percent)

All results are unofficial until certified.

US House Congressional District 6 election results

RESULTS WITH 279 OF 279 PRECINCTS REPORTING

US Rep

Tom Emmer (R) 192,946 votes (61.11 percent)

Ian Todd (DFL) 122,333 votes (38.74 percent)

Write-in 463 votes (.15 percent)

All results are unofficial until certified.

Emmer has declared victory and released the following statement:

“Thank you to every Minnesotan who participated in our great democracy by casting their vote. I am humbled and honored to have the support of Minnesota’s Sixth Congressional District for a third term in Washington. I want to thank every staff member and volunteer for their dedication and hard work, putting in thousands of hours for our team and believing in our cause. Guided by our Midwest values, I look forward to building on past successes, seizing new opportunities, and taking on new challenges as we continue to build a better future for Minnesota and this nation.”

Delano election results

DELANO, MN — RESULTS WITH ONE OF ONE PRECINCT REPORTING.

Mayor – four-year term

Dale Graunke 1,886 votes (71.28 percent) – elected

Larry Bartels 748 votes (28.27 percent)

Write-in 12 votes (.45 percent)

City Council – four-year term (Elect two)

Jason Franzen 1,667 votes (46.05 percent) – elected

Holly Schrupp 1,885 votes (52.07 percent) – elected

Write-in 68 votes (1.88 percent)

All results are unofficial until certified.

Delano wins Section 6-4a championship

Matt Kane

Sports Editor

A smothering defensive effort and a big-play second half made for a Section 6-4a championship for the Delano football team.

Sam Kern’s three second-half touchdowns were the difference in the Tigers’ 20-6 win over Zimmerman Friday night at Monticello.

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In a game where catching the football was problematic at times for Delano receivers, Kern made an impressive adjustment on the football, snagged it with one hand, kept his balance, and finished the play for a 64-yard touchdown on the opening drive of the second half.

The extra point tied the game 7-7.

Kern wasn’t finished making big plays in the third quarter. On the sixth play of Delano’s next drive, Kern busted through the line, sprinted through the open field, pulled a Thunder defender, and rolled over another into the end zone for a 38-yard touchdown run.

The kick gave Delano a 14-7 lead.

Kern’s third touchdown didn’t come in the third quarter, but on the first play of the fourth. It was a two-yard.

Delano’s defense kept Zimmerman’s offense frustrated all night.

At the start of the game,  the Tigers bent not did not break, as the Thunder drove 67 yards on 13 plays to the Delano 4-yard line. That’s where the drive stopped when Delano made a goal line stand.

Zimmerman’s touchdown came early in the second quarter on a drive that started on a short field after Delano failed to convert a fake punt late in the first quarter.

The Tigers were all over the Thunder offense the rest of the way. Delano recorded six quarterback sacks and recovered two Zimmerman fumbles.

Next up for Delano is the state tournament. The Tigers (7-3) play Section 5 champion SMB, which is 10-0, Friday night at St. Cloud State. Kickoff is at 7 pm.

SMB defeated Benilde-St. Margaret’s 16-14 in the section finals.