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Rabbits fall in regular-season finale

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WABASSO –– The Wabasso volleyball team ended its regular season with a 25-6, 25-18, 25-13 three-set loss to Lakeview on Thursday night in nonconference action. The Rabbits were led by Cora Eichten’s six kills, seven digs and two blocks, while Ally Fenger had four kills and ...

Halvorson, Cohen lift Steel to 3-2 win over Blizzard

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NEW ULM — New Ulm Steel head coach Zach Stepan was brutally honest after New Ulm’s 3-2 win over Alexandria Thursday night at the New Ulm Civic Center in an NA3HL game. “I do not know if we necessarily deserved to win that game,” he said. “But the best teams every year can find a way ...

Waseca handles New Ulm, Knights storm past Cougars

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Waseca 61, New Ulm 16 WASECA — Waseca downed New Ulm 61-16 on Wednesday in a South Central District, Red Subdistrict football game. For New Ulm, Cole Ranweiler had 16 carries for 116 yards, Nolan Drill had 12 carries for 14 yards and one touchdown and Jaden Miller had six carries for 57 ...

Tigers blank Greyhounds

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SPRINGFIELD — Heading into the final game of the regular season, the Springfield football team wanted to do a couple of things — lock up the No. 1 seed in Section 3A and stay healthy. Despite a couple of players missing some time in Wednesday’s game due to some injuries, the Tigers ...

Cox leads Chargers to 30-13 win over Dragons

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NEW ULM — Mason Cox passed for 163 yards and three touchdowns –– all to wide receiver Jace Marotz –– and then ran for another touchdown as Minnesota Valley Lutheran rolled by Adrian Area 30-13 Wednesday night at Johnson Field in a Southwest District, East Subdistrict football ...

Knights battle back from 2-0 deficit to top NCU in 5

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Information courtesy of MLC Athletics MINNEAPOLIS –– The Martin Luther College volleyball team rallied back from a 2-0 deficit to defeat North Central 3-2 (23-25, 11-25, 25-15, 27-25, 15-11) on Wednesday. After falling short in the first set 25-23, the Knights (4-17) fell in a big hole ...

GFW powers past NRHEG

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WINTHROP — Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop rebounded from its last loss when it crushed New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva 52-15 on Wednesday in South Central Blue football action. The Thunderbirds (6-2) scored on their second possession in the first quarter when JC Munoz scored on a 44-yard ...

MLC men defeat Morris

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Men’s soccer NEW ULM — The Martin Luther College men's soccer team earned a 2-1 Upper Midwest Athletic Conferce win over Minnesota Morris on a cold and windy Tuesday afternoon at Knight Field. Senior Joe Graumann scored both goals in the game for MLC to give him a team-leading eight ...

Regular season wraps up on Wednesday

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NEW ULM — With MEA Week here, it means that this is the last week of high school football for the three local teams with playoffs taking over next Tuesday. Both New Ulm High School and New Ulm Cathedral have tough road tests at Waseca and Springfield with both teams ranked high in the ...

New Ulm Steel open home season Thursday

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NEW ULM — After playing their first five games on the road, the New Ulm Steel (3-2) will open their home season Thursday and Friday night at the New Ulm Civic Center with games against Alexandria (3-3) and Coulee Region (3-4) respectively before heading to LaCrosse, Wisconsin for a ...

Springfield/CM/C girls, MVL boys win Tomahawk

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WINTHROP — The Tomahawk Conference Cross-Country Meet at Winthrop Golf Club on Tuesday saw two familiar faces cross the finish line first. Springfield/Cedar Mountain/Comfrey senior Mitchell Buerkle finished first on the boys’ side with a time of 17:12.6, while the girls’ side had ...

MVL makes quick work of Madelia

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NEW ULM — With a 25-18, 25-15, 25-14 nonconference volleyball sweep of Madelia on Monday night at MVL high school, Minnesota Valley Lutheran ended its regular season at 23-4, its winningest season in school history after last season’s 21 wins. And for the second year in a row, the ...

Cathedral wins in 3 sets

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NEW ULM — New Ulm Cathedral swept Mankato Loyola 25-7, 26-24, 25-20 on Monday in nonconference volleyball action. It was the regular season finale for the Greyhounds, who are now 14-11. The Greyhounds jumped out to an 8-0 lead in the first set. After Loyola earned a point, Cathedral ...

Eagles sweep Trojans

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NEW ULM — After hitting a rough stretch late in the season, the New Ulm volleyball team needed a sweep on Monday night, and that’s exactly what the Eagles got. New Ulm swept Worthington 25-21, 25-9, 25-23 to snap a four-game losing streak in the Big South Conference. Coming into ...

Prep roundup: Redwood Valley sweeps GFW, Wabasso falls in 3

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Redwood Valley 3, GFW 0 REDWOOD FALLS — Redwood Valley defeated Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop 25-13, 25-14, 25-17 on Monday in a nonconference volleyball match. GFW was led by Brynn Busse, who had five kills, eight set assists and 10 digs. Also for GFW, Julia Schweiss had six kills and two ...

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK • Oct. 6-12

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Madison Roufs Sr. Attacker, NUHS • Roufs scored New Ulm’s lone goal on Thursday in a Section 2A playoff home game against Waseca. The eighth-seeded Eagles won 1-0 and moved on to a Saturday game against top-seeded Mankato West. • Against West, Roufs scored New Ulm’s first goal of ...

Column: Greyhounds roll, while Chargers and Eagles come up short

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New Ulm Cathedral head football coach Denny Lux said that the change that moved tight end Chris Knowles to quarterback gave the team “energy from the get-go” as the Greyhounds’ offense put up 50 points in a 50-26 win over Sleepy Eye Public. It was the most points the Greyhounds had ...