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CM/C routs Cathedral

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NEW ULM — It was just the game that the Cedar Mountain/Comfrey girls’ basketball team needed. And the Cougars got a pretty big effort from their star player. CM/C got up early and ran away with a 76-33 Tomahawk Conference girls’ basketball win on Friday. Senior Paige Richert was ...

Eagle boys top BEA

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NEW ULM — Connor Foley tossed in a game-high 25 points  and added nine rebounds and running mate Cooper Yackley added 14 points and 12 boards as the New Ulm Eagles dismantled Blue Earth Area 60-39 Friday night in  Big South-East Conference play. Blake Barnett paced the Bucs (3-8, 2-3) ...

New Ulm girls roll past BEA

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Girls’ basketball New Ulm 63, BEA 42 BLUE EARTH — New Ulm downed Blue Earth Area on Friday in a Big South Conference girls’ basketball game. Meleah Reinhart led the Eagles with 26 points, Joey Batt added 15 points and Morgan Eikanger scored 10 points with eight rebounds. New Ulm ...

MLC women improve to 4-3 in UMAC with a win

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MINNEAPOLIS — The Martin Luther College women's basketball team used a big second quarter run to defeat North Central 67-49 on Friday in Upper Midwest Athletic Conference action. The Knights trailed 14-13 after the first quarter, but took control of the game in the second, outscoring the ...

Breezy Point edges New Ulm

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Breezy Point 5, NU Steel 4 BRAINERD — New Ulm Steel lost to Breezy Point 5-4 in a Junior Hockey league game on Friday night. Luc Kreuser led the Steel with two goals. Dylan Leivermann and Nicholas Campbell also had a goal for New Ulm. Nathan Siclovan had 25 saves for the Steel. New ...

Last-second goal lifts Eagles

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NEW ULM — Ally Steffensmeier’s goal with only 35 seconds left in the game broke a tie and lifted the New Ulm to a big 3-2 win against Marshall on Thursday night in a Big South Conference girls’ hockey game. The freshman’s goal came on an odd-man rush and averted a potential third ...

New Ulm hands CM/C 1st loss

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By Travis Rosenau Journal Sports Writer MORGAN — New Ulm ended No. 8-ranked Cedar Mountain/Comfrey’s unbeaten record this season by winning 67-51 in a nonconference girls’ basketball game Thursday night. Meleah Reinhart led the Eagles (13-2) with 24 points, six assists and five ...

BOLD blows out Cathedral

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NEW ULM — While the first half was competitive for the New Ulm Cathedral boys’ basketball team, turnovers and a tough defense helped BOLD to an 87-63 nonconference win on Thursday night. The young Greyhounds were able to keep up with the fast pace of the Warriors in the first half and ...

Meendering surpasses 1,000 pts in Tigers’ win

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Springfield boys 81, Redwood Valley 67 REDWOOD FALLS — Kale Meendering scored his 1,000th point as Springfield defeated Redwood Valley in a nonconference boys’ basketball game. Meendering scored 22 points and added 10 rebounds. Isaac Fink had 19 points and 10 rebounds while Tanner Vogel ...

Knowles waiting for baseball season to start for Gophers

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Former New Ulm Cathedral baseball player Gabe Knowles said that “it is definitely a change from baseball at Cathedral to D-I baseball at the University of Minnesota.” Knowles, a freshman who just completed fall baseball, is waiting for the start of spring practice and the start of the ...

After a brief break, Drexler back in the coaching ranks

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Anyone who’s been a coach knows just how difficult it is to stay away once you get that initial taste. Some are able to stay in the business for a long time while others leave after a few years but long to get back into it at some point. It took a little while, but Jeremy Drexler found ...

Cathedral escapes MVL 44-43

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By Travis Rosenau Journal Sports Writer NEW ULM — New Ulm Cathedral managed to hold off Minnesota Valley Lutheran 44-43 in a Tomahawk Conference girls’ basketball game Monday night. Nicole Gangelhoff led the Greyhounds (3-9, 2-4 Tomahawk) with 10 points and eight rebounds. Jenna ...

Hulke gets 100th win as Indians down Knights

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By Jeremy Reinarts Journal Sports Writer SLEEPY EYE — The Sleepy Eye Indians girls’ basketball team helped coach Ryan Hulke earn his 100th win Tuesday night’s as it defeated Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s 60-48 on Tuesday night in a Tomahawk Conference battle. “That is current and ...

Wabasso edges out Springfield 65-63

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Wabasso girls 65, Springfield 63 WABASSO — Wabasso edged Springfield on Monday in a Tomahawk Conference girls’ basketball contest. Ali Benz led Wabasso with 23 points and four steals. Jenna Frank added 17 points and Maddy Guetter had 14 points, six rebounds and six assists. Vishe’ ...

St. Germaine named UMAC Player of Week

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NEW ULM — Martin Luther College junior Jade St. Germaine was named UMAC Player of the Week in women’s basketball for her performance in a pair of wins last weekend. St. Germaine averaged 17.5 points and 14 rebounds per game to lead MLC to a 2-0 record against Northland and Finlandia. She ...

Ranweiler, Stark place 1st, NUA places 3rd at NYA tournament

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NORWOOD YOUNG AMERICA — New Ulm Area’s Hunter Ranweiler and Tanner Stark both placed first at the Norwood Young America wrestling invitational on Saturday. As a team, New Ulm Area placed third out of 10 teams at the event with a team score of 128.0, behind only Sibley East (157.0) and ...

Big first half leads MLC past Finlandia

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NEW ULM — While the Martin Luther College women’s basketball team was cruising along in the first and second quarter of Saturday’s nonconference game against Finlandia, MLC coach Dan Gawrisch warned his players that Finlandia could get hot at any time. That’s exactly what happened as ...

Finlandia too much for MLC men

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NEW ULM — The Martin Luther College men's basketball team was unable to come back from a first-half deficit in a 77-60 defeat to Finlandia on Saturday. For the second night in a row, the Knights fell behind big early, as the Lions raced to a 13-1 lead and held the Knights without a field ...

Eagle boys have big games coming up

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When the New Ulm Eagles boy’s hockey team went down to Luverne Thursday night and came back with a 4-1 win over the Cardinals, it tightened up Section 3A. “It is going to make some good debate when the coaches sit down to decide the (seedings for the) section,” New Ulm coach Ryan Neuman ...

Eagle boys have big games coming up

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When the New Ulm Eagles boy’s hockey team went down to Luverne Thursday night and came back with a 4-1 win over the Cardinals, it tightened up Section 3A. “It is going to make some good debate when the coaches sit down to decide the (seedings for the) section,” New Ulm coach Ryan Neuman ...

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