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New Ulm Cathedral’s Mary Herzog spikes the ball over Katelynn Clemson (7) of Springfield Tuesday at CHS.
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Cathedral sweeps Springfield in Tomahawk Conference volleyball

NEW ULM — The New Ulm Cathedral Greyhounds swept the Springfield Tigers 25-15, 25-18, 25-13 in a Tomahawk Conference volleyball match Tuesday night. Early in the first set the Greyhounds gained a 12-6 lead before the Tigers rallied back to 13-13 in a quick first set. Springfield’s ...

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New Ulm’s Madeline Gag (17) spikes the ball past Alyssa Ripley Tuesday at New Ulm High School.
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Bucs sweep Eagles in Big South volleyball

NEW ULM — Blue Earth Area picked up its second win over New Ulm this season with a 3-0 sweep in Big South Conference volleyball action on Tuesday. The Buccaneers (7-5, 5-1 Big South) beat the Eagles (2-13, 0-6) 25-22, 25-15, 25-21. The Eagles stuck with the Bucs through the first half ...

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Elise Webb tries to get the ball past Jordan defender Jesse Westman (9) during the first half Tuesday at New Ulm High School.
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Eagles blank Jordan, 4-0

NEW ULM — While times were tough early in the season for the New Ulm girls’ soccer team, the squad has seemed to find its way offensively in the last week. On Tuesday, New Ulm defeated Jordan 4-0 in nonconference girls’ soccer action at New Ulm High School. It was the Eagles’ third ...

Huard sets scoring record as NUHS boys win big

Boys’ soccer New Ulm 8, Jordan 0 JORDAN — Wyatt Huard scored seven of New Ulm’s eight goals as the Eagles blanked Jordan on Tuesday in a nonconference boys’ soccer match. Huard broke the school record of 18 goals in a season. He has scored 24 goals so far this year. Wyatt’s ...

Offense steals the show again with blowout

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — Case Keenum took the shotgun snap for Minnesota on the third play of the game and dropped back in a clean pocket, with no pressure from Tampa Bay in sight. After Adam Thielen used a double move to gain a step on Buccaneers cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III, Keenum ...

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Martin Luther College’s Rylee Weisensel spikes the ball during the Knights’ match against St. Olaf Monday at MLC in New Ulm.
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St. Olaf stops MLC in 3

NEW ULM — Martin Luther College had a chance to avenge its Sept. 1 loss to St. Olaf, but the Oles kept the Knights at bay all game, picking up a 3-0 win in nonconference volleyball action on Monday night. The Oles (12-5) beat the Knights (10-7) 25-13, 25-17, 25-18. “Offensively, we ...

Area sports roundup: Wabasso sweeps Lakeview in volleyball

Prep volleyball Wabasso 3, Lakeview 0 WABASSO — Wabasso swept Lakeview 25-22, 25-10, 25-15 in nonconference volleyball on Monday. Maddy Guetter had 11 kills and seven digs and Jenna Frank had 24 set assists for the Rabbits. Sleepy Eye 3, JWP 0 SLEEPY EYE — Sleepy Eye defeated ...

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New Ulm Cathedral’s John Gillis makes a catch for a touchdown during the second quarter of the Greyhounds’ game against Murray County Central Saturday at Johnson Field in New Ulm.
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Big 2nd quarter lifts Greyhounds past Rebels

NEW ULM — New Ulm Cathedral got a solid all-around game on both sides of the ball as it defeated previously unbeaten Murray County Central 19-6 at Johnson Field on Saturday in Southwest District, East Subdistrict football. Cathedral’s rushing attack was too much for the Rebels to handle ...

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Martin Luther College's Michael Radue (89) makes a catch as Luke Lambird of Greenville defends on the play during the fourth quarter Saturday at MLC in New Ulm. For more photos of this event go to cu.nujournal.com

MLC picks up win against Greenville

NEW ULM — Martin Luther College improved to 3-1 in the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference as it defeated Greenville University 34-20 on Saturday. Greenville scored on its opening possession, going 64 yards and using 4:38 off the game clock. Greenville converted on a fourth down with 2 ...

With Rhodes in coverage, Vikings ready for Bucs, Winston

By Dave Campbell AP Pro Football Writer MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — When Xavier Rhodes was in his final season at Florida State in 2012, the scout team quarterback that fall was a redshirt with a big arm and bigger aspirations. Jameis Winston won the Heisman Trophy the following year while ...

MLC volleyball team picks up 2 UMAC victories

ASHLAND — The Martin Luther College volleyball team swept its UMAC triangular at Northland College on Saturdy with 3-0 win over Northland and North Central. MLC 3, Northland 0 The Knights opened the day with a 3-0 sweep of Northland by the scores of 25-19, 25-17 and 25-12. MLC finished ...

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New Ulm Steel forward Jack Parks tries to get through a pair of Willmar Warhawks players during the first period Saturday at the New Ulm Civic Center.
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New Ulm Steel lose in shootout to Willmar

NEW ULM — For the second straight game, the New Ulm Steel lost a game in an extra session. Willmar’s Cameron Pries’ beat Steel goalie Ryan Beilenberg and lifted the Warhawks to a 4-3 win over New Ulm Saturday night at the New Ulm Civic Center. Kirk Coppock, a forward from Thunder ...

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Southland’s John Hegge tries to bring down Minnesota Valley Lutheran’s Matt Stein (8) as Carlos Ramirez looks on Friday at Johnson Field in New Ulm.
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Southland rolls all over MVL Chargers

NEW ULM — When Minnesota Valley Lutheran’s Carlos Ramirez broke loose for a 58-yard touchdown run with just over three minutes left in the third quarter, it pulled the Chargers to within 13-6 with an entire quarter yet to play. But Southland countered with a 63-yard, 12-play drive and ...

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New Ulm’s Hunter Ranweiler (No. 3) pitches to Jacob Beranek in New Ulm’s 73-0 loss at Marshall on Friday.

Marshall way too much for New Ulm

Story courtesy of Sam Thiel/Marshall Independent MARSHALL – The New Ulm football team kept up with the Marshall Tigers in the opening minutes of its Friday night game. Unfortunately for the Eagles, the Tigers then found their footing and never looked back, as Marshall shut out New Ulm ...

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Brandon Wait (4) and Nick Ludewig (60) of Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s clear the way for running back Luke Miller during the third quarter Friday in Madelia.
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Knights top Madelia in 9-man football

MADELIA — The Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s Knights tallied 495 rushing in its 42-16 victory over the Madelia Blackhawks in a 9-man South District, Central Subdistrict game Friday night. St. Mary’s (4-0) converted on a fourth down with seven yards to go from the Madelia (1-3) 17-yard line to ...

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New Ulm’s Hannah Osborne tries to clear the ball away from Journey Utpadel (18) of Waseca Thursday at New Ulm High School.
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Eagles improve but lose 1-0 to Waseca in Big South girls’ soccer

NEW ULM — In their last meeting, the Waseca girls’ soccer team dominated New Ulm with a 7-0 rout. On Thursday, the Eagles looked like an improved team both offensively and defensively. In the end, Waseca got a goal in the first half and that was enough in a 1-0 Big South Conference ...

Steel open their home season on Saturday

NEW ULM — The New Ulm Steel open their 2017- 18 home season Saturday night at the New Ulm Civic Center when they host the Willmar Warhawks in a 7:10 p.m. puck drop. Also, beginning at 5 p.m. outside of the Civic Center and behind the main rink there is going to be a tailgate party with free ...

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New Ulm Cathedral’s Sarah Mohr spikes the ball during the Greyhounds’ match at Minnesota Valley Lutheran Thursday.
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Chargers avenge early season loss

NEW ULM — Minnesota Valley Lutheran avenged its Sept. 5 loss to New Ulm Cathedral, with a 3-1 victory in Tomahawk Conference volleyball action on Thursday. The Chargers won 25-22, 18-25, 25-18, 25-23. Cathedral (9-3, 1-2 Tomahawk) had won the previous three matchups between the two ...

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