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Marshall routs New Ulm in season opener

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NEW ULM — Marshall scored touchdowns on three of its first four possessions as the Tigers downed the New Ulm Eagles 49-16 Saturday at New Ulm High School. Tigers’ quarterback Brevin Ruina threw three touchdown passes to wide receiver Bryce Lance of 36, 20 and 57 yards and also fired an ...

Cathedral completes comeback against MVL

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NEW ULM — Down two sets, the New Ulm Cathedral volleyball team wasn’t quite ready to throw in the towel. So the Greyhounds put together a rally and completed the comeback, downing Minnesota Valley Lutheran 25-27, 21-25, 25-22, 25-18, 15-8 in a Tomahawk Conference match at MVL on ...

HBC shuts out St. Mary’s

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SLEEPY EYE — Hills-Beaver Creek shut out Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s 36-0 on Friday in a 9-man South District football contest. Tyson Bork broke around the left side of the field and he ran 47-yards for HBC’s score with 6:22 left in the first quarter. Gavin Wysong went up the middle for the ...

Cathedral blows past Adrian 37-19

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NEW ULM — New Ulm Cathedral forced two Adrian turnovers on consecutive kick-offs and turned them into touchdowns and senior running back Luke Gieseke scored on scoring runs of 20 and 27 yards as the Greyhounds opened with a 37-19 win over the Dragons Friday night in a Southwest District ...

Worthington blanks NU boys, NU girls shut out Worthington

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Worthington 5, New Ulm boys 0 NEW ULM — Worthington blanked New Ulm in the regular-season finale at New Ulm High School on Friday night. New Ulm’s Ethan Lieb had 14 saves for the Eagles. New Ulm girls 1, Worthington 0 WORTHINGTON — New Ulm defeated Worthington in a Big South ...

Guidelines set up for attending football games

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NEW ULM — Those who are planning on watching high school football in New Ulm this Friday or Saturday are going to be limited for seating and — in one case — may not be able to see the game in person at all. And if you are able to attend, you are going to have to abide by some ...

Prep football scores

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Friday's Scores By The Associated Press PREP FOOTBALL Aitkin 38, Greenway/Nashwauk-Keewatin 0 Albany 35, Zimmerman 6 Alexandria 49, St. Francis 14 Andover 17, Bemidji 7 Annandale 21, Princeton 12 Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 34, Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa 0 BOLD 35, Benson 20 Becker 20, ...

Steel look to rebound after 2 losses

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NEW ULM — New Ulm Steel head coach Zach Stepan said Monday that he knows that his team has some things to clean up following weekend losses to Willmar, 4-1 on Friday and 5-3 to Alexandria on Saturday at the New Ulm Civic Center. “But I like the potential we have in the locker room,” ...

MVL sees big improvement for 2020

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NEW ULM — Bringing back experience from last season and a good off-season program that most of the Minnesota Valley Lutheran players took part in, Chargers’ head coach Jim Buboltz sees a big improvement in last year’s 2-7 record. “W e feel that we have a lot of nice positions coming ...

Chargers look to once again be strong

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NEW ULM — Despite graduating a lot of senior leadership from last year’s 24-5 team, the Minnesota Valley Lutheran volleyball team should once again be a force in the Tomahawk Conference. The team graduated Mara Weisensel, Emma Nelson, Maddie Pearson and Haley Herfendal, but there will ...

S/CM girls, boys win MVL meet

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NEW ULM — With no state meet this season for cross-country, Springfield/Cedar Mountain girls’ cross-country runner Lily McCone is preparing for her last meet next week at the Section 3A meet in Luverne. The Tigers runner tuned up for the meet on Thursday at Minnesota Valley Lutheran ...

Hutch ends New Ulm’s season

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HUTCHINSON — Hutchinson defeated New Ulm 5-2 in Section 2AA tennis action on Tuesday. New Ulm’s Makiah Otto won 6-1, 4-6, 10-7over Maggie Eckhart at No. 1 singles and Lydia King won 6-1, 6-3 over Marlee Hanander at No. 4 singles. At No. 2 singles, Hutchinson’s Hannah Ladwig won ...

Eagles have an inexperienced team

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NEW ULM — With only four starters coming back this season for the New Ulm football team, many younger players — who saw playing time in last season’s 3-6 journey — will need to step up to improve on that mark that saw a three-game winning streak. “We are young but I do not know if ...

Penalty kick lifts Eagles

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NEW ULM — Alexis Rustin’s penalty kick with 33:22 remaining in the second half helped New Ulm to edge Waseca 2-1 on Tuesday in Big South girls’ soccer action at New Ulm High School. It was Waseca’s first loss of the season. New Ulm’s Paige Kalis was knocked the turf by a Waseca ...

Cathedral returns several key players

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NEW ULM — New Ulm Cathedral head football coach Denny Lux hopes to see his team take a step forward from last season’s 2-7 mark with the return of three key players in the backfield in senior running backs Jon Adema, Luke Gieseke, junior Eric Furth. The Greyhounds will also see the ...

Greyhounds bring experience to the table in 2020

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NEW ULM — Coming off of a 16-12 season, the New Ulm Cathedral volleyball team has high expectations for the 2020 campaign. The Greyhounds have six starters returning from that team and there’s no reason to think that they can’t compete for the Tomahawk Conference title this year under ...

New Ulm volleyball team looks to take next step

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NEW ULM — Over the years, the New Ulm volleyball team has been making strides towards improvement in the tough Big South Conference. With the likes of Marshall and Jackson County Central in the conference, the Eagles have improved steadily under the direction of Stef Dietz, who has ...

Eagles fall to Waseca 5-1

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WASECA — Waseca had no problem with New Ulm in Big South Conference girls’ soccer action, running away with a 5-1 victory Friday night in Waseca. New Ulm’s only goal came in the second half when Alexis Rustin scored on a penalty kick. New Ulm hosts Waseca on Tuesday night.

New Ulm boys shake off rust, tie Waseca

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NEW ULM — Playing in their first game in nearly 10 days, the New Ulm boys’ soccer team showed some early signs of rust on Friday against New Ulm at New Ulm High School. The Eagles had some key opportunities in the first half, but Waseca scored the only goal of the half and took the ...