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Timm named Girls’ Track and Field Coach of the Year

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NEW ULM — Minnesota Valley Lutheran track and field coach Rollin Timm was named Girls’ State Track Coach of the Year by the Minnesota State Track Coaches Association. This year was also special for him since both the MVL boys’ and girls’ were Tomahawk Conference champions and he was ...

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK • Sept. 29-Oct. 5

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Livia Reinarts So. Attacker, NUHS • Reinarts has emerged as yet another capable goal scorer for the New Ulm girls’ soccer team this year. She is one of the leaders for a team that has gone 11-4-1 on the season and has won six straight games going into Thursday’s playoff game. • ...

Redwood Valley sweeps CM

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Redwood Valley 3, Cedar Mountain 0 REDWOOD FALLS — Redwood Valley swept Cedar Mountain 25-13, 25-5, 25-11 in a nonconference volleyball match on Monday. Teresa Larsen led the Cougars with six kills. Nadia Meyers had five kills, seven assists, and seven digs. Shaylee Schiller and ...

Cathedral tops Nicollet in 3 sets

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NEW ULM — New Ulm Cathedral swept Nicollet 25-18, 25-25-17, 25-20 on Monday in a nonconference volleyball match. “We are pleased with how we played and how it went,” Cathedral head coach Becky Wilfahrt said. “Our hitters played well as did everyone else tonight.” Lily Brennan ...

New Ulm football team continues to improve

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When Jordan met New Ulm Friday night in South Central-Red District football game, the Hubmen were averaging just over 44 points per game. Twice they had put up 46 points in a game and the week before they scored 56 points on St. Peter. Even though Jordan defeated New Ulm 33-14 in the game, ...

­Ground game leads MLC past Saints

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Information courtesy of MLC Athletics DULUTH — The Martin Luther College football team was locked in on both sides of the ball in a 27-6 Upper Midwest Athletic Conference win at St. Scholastica on Saturday. After rushing for a school-record 477 yards in last year's win over the Saints, ...

Chargers go 6-0 at BEA

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BLUE EARTH — Minnesota Valley Lutheran went 6-0 at the Blue Earth Area volleyball tournament on Saturday and captured the championship. For the tournament, Maddie Pearson had 101 set assists and 25 digs and Mara Weisensel had 54 kills and 12 blocks. Emma Nelson finished with 25 kills and 35 ...

TMB offense too much for Chargers

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NEW ULM — After Friday night’s 44-21 Southwest District homecoming loss to Tracy-Milroy-Balaton, Minnesota Valley Lutheran head coach Jim Buboltz told his players that they looked lost and unfocused at times during the game. The Chargers scored the first touchdown of the game, then ...

Homecoming Parade

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New Ulm High School’s 2019 homecoming royalty Brandon Ocampo and Rachel Hohensee wave to homecoming parade spectators on North Highland Avenue before the homecoming football game Friday. See more photos on page 8A.

Adrian blanks Cathedral, GFW coasts to 63-0 win over LSH

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Adrian 34, Cathedral 0 ADRIAN — Adrian defeated New Ulm Cathedral 34-0 on Friday in a Southwest District East Subdistrict football game. Cathedral was led on defense by Chris Knowles, who had 16 tackles, one sack and a forced fumble. Josh Kretsch and Cole Schwartz also each had eight ...

Jordan holds off New Ulm 33-14

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NEW ULM — Noah Milhouse passed for two, first half touchdowns and ran for another as Jordan built a 27-14 halftime lead and then scored on a late fourth quarter interception to New Ulm 33-14 Friday night in a South Central District-Red Division game. Milhouse scored on runs of 1 and 9 yards ...

Fischer win girls’ C-C meet

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SLEEPY EYE — Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s-Sleepy Eye-New Ulm Cathedral’s Clare Fischer took first overall on the girls’ side of the cross-country meet at Sleepy Eye Golf Course on Thursday. Fischer won the event in 19:51, ahead of Wabasso’s Chloe Haven (20:07). Minnesota Valley ...

Johnson earns 100th career victory for New Ulm

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Girls’ soccer New Ulm 8, Mankato Loyola 0 NEW ULM — New Ulm girls’ soccer coach Jonathan Johnson earned his 100th career victory as the Eagles shut out Mankato Loyola on Thursday in the regular-season finale. Paige Kalis, Brynn Nesvold, Madison Roufs and Lydia Reinarts all scored two ...

Tigers earn sweep over Cougars

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SPRINGFIELD — Springfield made short work of Cedar Mountain on Thursday night in Tomahawk Conference volleyball action, rolling to a 25-11, 25-10, 25-15 win. Cylee Graff led the Tigers’ (9-11, 2-4) attack with 14 kills and 10 digs, while Sydney Hauger had eight kills and three blocks ...

Carleton defeats MLC volleyball team in 4 sets

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Carleton defeats MLC volleyball team in 4 sets Volleyball NORTHFIELD — The Martin Luther College volleyball team dropped its match at Carleton 3-1 (20-25, 25-16, 25-9, 25-20). MLC controlled the first set on the way to a 1-0 lead in the match, but Carleton roared back with 25-16 and ...

Saints top Eagles in 4

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NEW ULM — St. James Area defeated New Ulm 14-25. 25-23. 25-22, 25-23 on Thursday in a Big South Conference volleyball match. It was the third consecutive loss by the Eagles. The fourth set had SJA jumping out to an 9-4 lead. New Ulm battled back, tied it and held a lead during the middle ...

Russian-born players look to make impact for Steel

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NEW ULM — For the first time in the history of the New Ulm Steel, two Russian-born players are on the roster. Denis Denisov and Stanislav Danaev are forwards this season. Denisov was born in Khabarovsk, Russia while Danaev is from Moskova, Russia. “Danaev played last year for the ...