Area roundup: Springfield, New Ulm steamroll Week 1 opponents


Springfield 48, Adrian 0

ADRIAN — Springfield cruised to a 48-0 win over Adrian Area on Thursday night in a Southwest District, South Subdistrict football game.

Jakob Nachreiner had 191 yards and three touchdowns passing for the Tigers, while Sam Rummel had 52 yards and a score on the ground. Ashton Toll had four catches for 89 yards and a touchdown, adding seven tackles and an interception on defense, while Brayden Sturm had four catches for 50 yards and a touchdown. Sam Pidde had a 46-yard punt return touchdown.

Springfield (1-0) travels to Russell-Tyler-Ruthton on Friday, September 8.

New Ulm 41, Belle Plaine 6

BELLE PLAINE — New Ulm took down Belle Plaine 41-6 in a nondistrict football game Thursday night.

Ty Fredrick had two rushing touchdowns, while Ayden Jensen had one rushing touchdown. James Osborne had a receiving touchdown, and Zach Hubbard had a rush touchdown and an interception return for a touchdown.

New Ulm (1-0) hosts Albert Lea on Friday, September 8.

GFW 22, WEM 6

WATERVILLE — Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop defeated Waterville-Elysian-Morristown 22-6 Thursday in a Mid Southeast District, West Subdistrict football game Thursday night.

No stats were available by the time this edition of The Journal went to press.


New Ulm 4, Sibley East 3

NEW ULM — New Ulm held off Sibley East for a 4-3 win in nonconference girls tennis action at New Ulm High School.

The Eagles got wins from Karlee Prahl and Lydia King in No. 1 and 2 singles, respectively. The Eagles No. 2 doubles team of Lexi Schneider and Aubrey Demarais and No. 3 doubles team of Hannah Davey and Morgan Hauenstein earned wins also.




No. 1 – Karlee Prahl, NEW ULM HIGH SCHOOL def. Morgan Johnson, SIBLEY EAST-ARLINGTON SENIOR HIGH, 6-0 , 6-0 , -;

No. 2 – Lydia King, NEW ULM HIGH SCHOOL def. Morgan Haggenmiller, SIBLEY EAST-ARLINGTON SENIOR HIGH, 6-3 , 4-6 , 6-0 ;

No. 3 – Jada Henke, SIBLEY EAST-ARLINGTON SENIOR HIGH def. Joci Pettersen, NEW ULM HIGH SCHOOL, 6-4 , 1-6 , 7-6 (4);

No. 4 – Tessa McCracken, SIBLEY EAST-ARLINGTON SENIOR HIGH def. Carmen Schotzko, NEW ULM HIGH SCHOOL, 6-4 , 7-5 , -;


No. 1 – Jadyn Krueger, SIBLEY EAST-ARLINGTON SENIOR HIGH – Morgan Bednarek , SIBLEY EAST-ARLINGTON SENIOR HIGH def. Lana Braun, NEW ULM HIGH SCHOOL – Peyton Kveno, NEW ULM HIGH SCHOOL, 6-1 , 6-2 , -;

No. 2 – Lexi Schneider, NEW ULM HIGH SCHOOL – Aubrey Demarais, NEW ULM HIGH SCHOOL def. Ady Beneke, SIBLEY EAST-ARLINGTON SENIOR HIGH – Hannah Bartlette, SIBLEY EAST-ARLINGTON SENIOR HIGH, 3-6 , 6-1 , 7-6 (5);

No. 3 – Hannah Davey, NEW ULM HIGH SCHOOL – Morgan Hauenstein, NEW ULM HIGH SCHOOL def. Macey Thoele, SIBLEY EAST-ARLINGTON SENIOR HIGH – Addie Cowell, SIBLEY EAST-ARLINGTON SENIOR HIGH, 6-3 , 6-3 , -;


Cedar Mountain 3, Madelia 1

MORGAN — Cedar Mountain overcame a close loss in the opening set to win three consecutive wins over Madelia for a 24-26, 25-13, 25-18, 25-18 win on Thursday night in nonconference volleyball action.

Aubrey Steffl led the Cougars with 20 kills and 22 digs, while Hailey Hollar had 17 kills and 28 digs. Lauren Baringer had 26 digs for the Cougars also, while Kylie Koerner had 12 digs and Kendra Erickson had 38 set assists, seven kills and 10 digs.

For Madelia, Ashlynn Sweet had 14 kills, 10 digs, four aces and six total blocks, while Katherine Devlaeminck had seven kills and five digs and Lauryn Grev had five kills, 14 digs and four total blocks. Ashley Sorenson had 24 set assists, 15 digs and two aces also for Madelia.

Madelia (2-1) hosts United South Central on Tuesday, while Cedar Mountain (2-0) is at Red Rock Central on Thursday.


New Ulm 3, Waseca 3

WASECA — New Ulm and Waseca battled to a 3-3 tie on Thursday in a Big South Conference boys soccer game.

Daniel Brownfield scored first for the Eagles in the first half on an assist by Methodious Amoah, before Amoah scored the Eagles second goal of the day in the second half on an assist by Jackson Ocampo. Ocampo closed out the scoring for New Ulm with 14:30 left in the game on an assist by Dominick Kamrath.

Eagles goalie Ethan Goff had six saves.


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