Congrats to Sleepy Eye United on winning the conference boys golf championship. SEU swept the 3 meet series to win the title, and Carson Erickson of SEU was the individual champion and POY. Full results can be viewed by clicking below link.
Congrats to Cedar Mt. and SEU Girls Golf for winning the Tomahawk Conference Girls Golf Championship! CM is pictured above, SEU, below. Kayla Goblirsch was the Conference POY. Full results are viewable by click link below.
Congrats to MVL girls track& field for winning the Tomahawk Conference Championship! Mia Johnson was Track Athlete of the Year in the Conference. Mia is pictured below. Track results can be viewed by clicking on link below.
Congrats MVL Boys and Girls- Track & Field Champio
Congrats to the MVL Boys for winning the Tomahawk Conference in Track & Field. Sam Fenger of Wabasso was selected as Conference Track athlete of the year, he is picutred below. Track results can be viewed by clicking on the link below.
Congrats to Brynn Busse for scoring her 1000th career point on 1/7/22 vs. Sleepy Eye.
Cross Country 2021
Congrats to Clare Fischer of SE-SM-NUC(pictured) and Ben Potter of SCM for being selected conference runners of the year!
SCM was the team conference champion in both boys and girls!
The Tomahawk Conference is proud to have many of their athletes continue their athletic careers at the college level. Here is a list of these athletes, click on a school to view the athletes. Cassie Heinrichs of SESM-River Falls Basketball is pictured.: BLHS-
Cedar Mt. - GFW- MVL- NUC- SESM- Sleepy Eye- Springfield- Wabasso-
Did you know?
Bruce Woitas of SESM was selected as GBB Conference Coach of the Year. His son, Alan from NUC, was the Conference Coach of the Year in BBB, making them the first father-son winner of this award in Conference history!
The Tomahawk Conference began in 1944, when 7 schools-Gaylord, Morton, Morgan, Franklin, Fairfax, Gibbon, and Winthrop-formed a basketball league designed to add interest to the regular season play. The Tomahawk Conference now has Cross-Country, Volleyball, Boys and Girls Basketball, Baseball, Boys and Girls Golf, Softball, and Boys and Girls Track and Field. The Tomahawk Conference also includes Knowledge Bowl as one of its activities!