Area roundup: Chargers run over Rabbits with 58-0 win


MVL 58, Wabasso 0

WABASSO — Minnesota Valley Lutheran shut down Wabasso with a 58-0 win in a Southwest District, East Subdistrict football game on Saturday afternoon.

MVL scored 30 points in the first quarter.

Quarterback Cole Thompson led the Chargers with 115 yards passing on 8-of-11 passing while also rushing for 76 yards, four TDs and two 2-point conversions. He also recovered a fumble for a TD.

Kyler Flunker had 57 yards and a TD on two carries also for MVL, while Ben Price had five carries for 34 yards and a TD. Flunker also had four catches for 59 yards, while Bradyn Kube had three catches for 29 yards. Kube and Malachi Kohls each had four tackles for MVL, while Brennan Bendix had an interception.

Wabasso quarterback Adryen Tietz was 5 of 17 for 53 yards through the air, while Sam Zeug had 12 carries for 50 yards. Kaysen Harms had two catches for 23 yards and Aidan Lanoue had two catches for 17 yards. Joe Liebl had four tackles to lead Wabasso, including three for a loss, while Tietz added four tackles.

MVL (3-1) is at Adrian next on Friday night, while Wabasso (0-4) is at Tracy on Friday night.


New Ulm 4, Marshall 0

NEW ULM — New Ulm shut out Marshall 4-0 on Saturday afternoon in a Big South Conference girls soccer game.

Bryn Nesvold had the first three goals for the Eagles, while Brianna Beranek added the fourth goal.

The Eagles (4-6-1) are at St. Peter for a 6:45 p.m. conference matchup on Tuesday.


Marshall 5, New Ulm 0

MARSHALL — Marshall blanked New Ulm 5-0 on Saturday afternoon in a Big South Conference boys soccer game.

The Eagles took four shots on goal, while Eagles goalie Ethan Goff had 11 saves.

New Ulm (6-6, 6-3) hosts St. Peter at 6:45 p.m. on Thursday.


Alma 69, MLC 0

ALMA, Mich. — Undefeated Alma College blanked Martin Luther College 69-0 on Saturday in a nonconference DIII college football game.

Alma got touchdown passes from three different players in the win and were led by Eddie Williams’ 123 yards rushing and three TDs on seven carries.

MLC was led by Rees Roecker’s 15 carries for 56 yards, while quarterback Max Nordlie was 8 of 15 for 90 yards and two interceptions. Mason Cox had three catches for 47 yards.

Adam Arrowsmith led the Knights on defense with nine tackles, two forced fumbles and 1 1/2 sacks.

MLC (0-4) is at Greenville next for an Upper Midwest Athletic Conference game noon Saturday.


MLC 3, Northland 0

ASHLAND, Wis. — Martin Luther College swept Northland 25-16, 25-18, 25-23 on Saturday afternoon in an Upper Midwest Athletic Conference volleyball match.

Lauren Paulsen led the Knihts with seven kills and 14 digs, while Abigail Winkel and Lydia Feidt added six kills apiece. Feidt also had three aces and three blocks, while Ella Schlei had five blocks, Grace Kieselhorst had 20 set assists and Naomi Bridgemen had 13 digs.

MLC (5-10, 1-2) hosts North Central College for a UMAC matchup on Tuesday night.


UWS 3, MLC 0

NEW ULM — UW-Superior shut out Martin Luther College 3-0 on Saturday afternoon in an Upper Midwest Athletic Conference women’s soccer match.

The Knights were limited to three shots on goals, while Knights goalie Grace Sievert made 10 saves.

MLC (3-3-1, 1-2) hosts UW-River Falls at 3 p.m. Tuesday.


UWS 5, MLC 0

NEW ULM — UW-Superior blanked Martin Luther College 5-0 in an Upper Midwest Athletic Conference men’s soccer match on Saturday.

UWS outshot MLC 28-6 total, with a 13-2 shots-on-goal advantage. MLC keeper Adam Rosenbaum made eight saves.

The Knights (1-6-1, 0-3) travels to St. Paul to take on Northwestern next at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.


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