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Cathedral rallies past Sleepy Eye

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SLEEPY EYE — The New Ulm Cathedral Greyhounds girls' basketball team rallied midway through the second half to retake its lead and defeat the Sleepy Eye Indians 51-39 in a late season Tomahawk Conference match-up. The Greyhounds led 28-21 at the half before the Indians tied the game up ...

Milbrath on the move to Miami

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MIAMI — Jordan Milbrath was getting ready to report to Arizona this Friday for spring training, but one can never get too comfortable as a professional baseball player. Milbrath, a right-handed relief pitcher in the Cleveland Indians organization, found out that he was being traded to the ...

Prep roundup: Fink leads Tigers by Rabbits

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Boy’s basketball Springfield 78, Wabasso 33 SPRINGFIELD — Isaac Fink scored 35 points as Springfield defeated Wabasso in a Tomahawk Conference boys’ basketball game on Tuesday. Fink is now 35 points away from 3,000 for his career. Decker Scheffler scored 19 for the ...

Important games are ahead for Steel

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NEW ULM — The New Ulm Steel have nine games left in their regular season but three of them happen this weekend with two games at the New Ulm Civic Center. Friday the Steel head to Alexandria for a game against the Blizzard before hosting Alexandria at 7:10 p.m. Saturday night at the New ...

Zinniel leads CHS over Sleepy Eye

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NEW ULM — Jon Zinniel scored 19 points to lead three players in double figures as New Ulm Cathedral improved to 9-4 in the Tomahawk Conference and 14-4 overall with a 66-50 win over Sleepy Eye Tuesday night. Chris Knowles added 14 points, Alex Hillesheim ended with 13 and Ethan Kirchberg ...

Eagles lose key section battle

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NEW ULM — Playing their fourth game in five days, a tired New Ulm girl’s hockey team saw Hutchinson break a 1-1 tie with four unanswered goals as they skated by New Ulm 5-1 in non-conference hockey. Madeline Gag scored the lone goal for New Ulm, which finishes its regular season at ...

Raymond sets career saves record at NUHS

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NEW UM — When New Ulm High School goalie Jack Raymond made a save early on Jan. 24 in the Eagles’ 4-3 home win over Hutchinson, not many people outside of the Eagles’ coaching staff and players realized what had just happened. The senior goaltender had passed Brach Kraus’ school ...

MVL routs St. Peter

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NEW ULM — The nonconference boys’ basketball showdown on Monday night between Minnesota Valley Lutheran and St. Peter turned into a one-sided highlight reel for MVL by the second half. Highlighted by slam dunks, slick passing, fast-break layups and 3s, the Chargers (18-1) raced away to ...

Dehen hits milestone as Raiders top GHEC/T/ML

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Girls’ basketball Nicollet/Loyola 65, T/ML/GHEC 50 NICOLLET — Nicollet’s Grace Dehen scored 20 points and surpassed 1000 career points as the Raiders defeated Truman/Martin Luther/Granada-Huntley-East Chain 65-50 on Monday in a Valley Conference Showcase girls’ basketball ...

BEA stops New Ulm

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NEW ULM — Blue Earth Area downed New Ulm 72-55 on Monday in a Big South Conference boys’ basketball game on Monday. The contest could be summarized as being too many Eagle turnovers, BEA out rebounding New Ulm and BEA having three players score in double figures. BEA’s Cameron ...

MLC men, women fall to CSS

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Men’s basketball St. Scholastica 74, MLC 56 NEW ULM — The Martin Luther College men's basketball team saw the St. Scholastica Saints pull away in the second half of a 74-56 Upper Midwest Athletic Conference defeat on Saturday. The Knights started slowly and trailed 11-2 in the ...

Balanced scoring leads MVL

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NEW ULM — With a tough four-game stretch coming up, Minnesota Valley Lutheran wanted to get out of Saturday’s game with a win and a chance for some of the bench players to get some minutes while the starters rest. The Chargers were never tested on Saturday, defeating Tomahawk ...

Prep roundup: Batt leads New Ulm girls past BEA

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Girls’ basketball New Ulm 62, BEA 36 BLUE EARTH — The New Ulm girls’ basketball team defeated Blue Earth Area in a Big South Conference game on Saturday. The Eagles were led by Joey Batt with 24 points and eight steals. Iyanna Wieland scored 9 points and grabbed six rebounds and ...

Column: Eagles look to extend winning streak to 3 games this week

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When the New Ulm High School boys’ basketball team saw a double-digit halftime lead shrink away against Sibley East Friday night, it was deja vu for the Eagles. “The same thing happened to us in the game with Fairmont,” New Ulm coach Matt Hauge said. “We stopped attacking.” Unlike ...

Sleepy Eye defeats St. Mary’s

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SLEEPY EYE — Madi Krueger had 19 points and five rebounds as Sleepy Eye defeated Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s in a Tomahawk Conference girls’ basketball game on Satuday. Brittany Dittbenner added 11 points, five steals and five assists for the Indians. Maddie Mathoweitz scored 24 points to ...

New Ulm girls blank Windom in Big South

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NEW ULM — The New Ulm girls’ hockey team defeated Windom 7-0 on Saturday in a Big South Conference game. Jayda Helget and Madeline Gag scored two goals each for New Ulm. Ashtyn Wiltscheck, Morgan Klein and Molly Scheid all scored a goal for New Ulm. Cassie Reed had seven saves for New Ulm.

New Ulm defeats Rochester in overtime

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NEW ULM — Michael Savelkoul’s power play goal at the 3:05 mark of overtime lifted the New Ulm Steel to a 3-2 win over Rochester Saturday night at the New Ulm Civic Center in a NA3HL game. Savelkoul’s game-winner came off assists from Jarrett Cammarata and Baylor Hudson. James ...

New Ulm Steel to host free skating event Feb. 10

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NEW ULM — The New Ulm Steel are hosting a Youth Power night at 5:15-7:30 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 10. This is a free event for youth ages 8-13 and they can skate with members of the Steel hockey team. To register, visit https://skatewithsteel.eventbrite.com or visit the Youth Power Facebook page. ...

Hillesheim lifts Cathedral to victory

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NEW ULM — After a slow start Thursday night in a 65-57 loss to Cedar Mountain, the New Ulm Cathedral Greyhounds put the pedal to the metal Friday night in a Tomahawk Conference game against Wabasso. The Greyhounds hit their first four 3-point shots of the game and jumped to a 22-6 lead en ...