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Springfield girls, SEU boys take home Tomahawk Conference titles

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SLEEPY EYE — Heading into the third and final leg of the Tomahawk Conference girls’ golf meet on Monday, Makenna Winkelmann sat just 3 points behind her Springfield teammate Mackenzie Lothert. With points counting for double in Day 3, Winkelmann turned in her first No. 1 finish of the ...

Greyhounds pounce on Mustangs early, pick up dominant victory

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NEW ULM — For the third straight Tomahawk Conference baseball game, the New Ulm Cathedral Greyhounds won by the 10-run lead rule. The Greyhounds used 12 hits, eight walks and six errors to score a season-high 20 runs as they steamrolled Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart 20-3 Monday afternoon at ...

Prins, Jensen lift Edgerton over Cathedral

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NEW ULM — Edgerton/SW MN Christian played the small ball well against New Ulm Cathedral on Saturday afternoon. A two-run homer in the seventh inning by Edgerton’s Jasmine Jensen later broke things open as the Flying Dutchmen went on to defeat the Greyhounds 5-2 in a nonconference softball ...

Wyczawski leads Dubuque to first IIAC tournament championship

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NEW ULM — Former New Ulmite Paul Wyczawski and current head baseball coach of the Dubuque University Spartans, led Dubuque to their first-ever Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament title with an 11-6 victory over Wartburg on Saturday. Dubuque first ended its regular season ...

Area roundup: Eagles baseball cruises past Worthington

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Prep baseball New Ulm 20, Worthington 4 WORTHINGTON –– New Ulm crushed Worthington 20-4 on Saturday in Big South Conference action. Luke Scheid was the winning pitcher for the Eagles, allowing one earned run on three hits and three walks. Tyler Roufs pitched two innings in relief for ...

New Ulm puts away Waseca with sweep

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NEW ULM — Hunter Ranweiler, Tyler Roufs and Sam Berg each had an RBI single in the top of the seventh inning to break open a close 9-8 New Ulm lead into a 12-8 cushion as New Ulm remained unbeaten in the Big South Conference with a 12-8 win over Waseca Thursday night in the second game of a ...

Knights, Greyhounds split doubleheader in Sleepy Eye

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By Jeremy Reinarts Journal Sports Writer SLEEPY EYE –– New Ulm Cathedral defeated Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s 7-4 in Game 1 of a Tomahawk Conference doubleheader. St. Mary's, however, earned a section win with a 6-1 victory in Game 2. Josie Pautzke earned the win for the Greyhounds ...

Eagles softball picks up sweep over Waseca

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NEW ULM — New Ulm remained perfect as the Eagles swept Waseca 10-0 and 7-0 on Thursday in a Big South Conference softball doubleheader. Ashlyn Donner, Mariah Piotter and Taylor Forstner all pitched for the Eagles in both games. In Game 2, the trio combined to pitch a no-hit shutout. Waseca ...

Schommer no-hits Knights

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NEW ULM — Mark Schommer fired a five-inning no-hitter against Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s to lead New Ulm Cathedral to a key 10-0 victory in Tomahawk Conference baseball on Thursday. The Greyhounds (7-3) also picked up a 12-0 nonconference win over the Knights in a five-inning second game of ...

Column: Raabe having success in Year 7 at Bethel University

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New Ulm native Brian Raabe has always had the possibility of being a head baseball coach on his mind. “I knew I was a pretty good player and I knew I was a student of the game,” Raabe said. “I always figured that I would want to give back to the game. But there are not many (coaching) ...

Bitter, Kren Named All-UMAC

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NEW ULM –– Martin Luther College runners Benjamin Bitter and Joshuah Kren were named All-UMAC in track and field on Wednesday following impressive performances at last weekend's UMAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Bitter earned All-UMAC honors for the second straight season (to ...

Cedar Mountain agrees to end pairing with Comfrey

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MORGAN — Cedar Mountain has agreed to end its pairing with Comfrey for all sports but football for the 2018-2019 school year. Cedar Mountain first paired with Comfrey for football back in 1996, boys’ basketball (2000-2001), softball (2002), baseball (2003), volleyball (2006) and girls’ ...

Eagles soar past Falcons in boys’ tennis

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NEW ULM — New Ulm defeated Faribault 6-1 on Wednesday in a nonconference boys’ tennis match. “It was a pretty good match,”  New Ulm tennis player Andrew Goodall said. “We’ve had some rough matches lately, so it felt good to have a good one today.” Goodall noted that his match ...

Pautzke excelling for Greyhounds as go-to pitcher

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NEW ULM — Josie Pautzke has had a great start to her season this year, a season that almost started in May because of a prolonged winter. Taking over in the circle the past two seasons for Anna Mohr, 2016 graduate who won The Journal’s Player of the Year in her final season, Pautzke has ...

Column: Weier reflects on 400 wins

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When asked about what it meant for him to win his 400th game last week, New Ulm Cathedral baseball coach Bob Weier said that someone told him that it means “that you are a good coach, but you are old.” “But obviously you do not do something like this without a lot of help,” Weier ...

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