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Eagle girls hold off Falcons 59-54

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NEW ULM — The New Ulm girls were able to hold off a late rally by Faribault to win 59-54 on Saturday afternoon in nonconference girls’ basketball action. The Eagles improved to 9-3 on the year with the victory and were led by Joey Batt, who scored 27 points. New Ulm was also led by an ...

MLC men stop Maranatha 56-54

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NEW ULM — Austin DeNoyer’s 3-point shot with 36.4 seconds remaining lifted Martin Luther College to a 56-54 win over Maranatha Baptist College on Saturday in a nonconference mens’ basketball game. It was MLC’s second win of the season. After Joey Behm got an offensive rebound, Nate ...

New Ulm girls outdo New Prague with 6-3 win

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NEW ULM — Dani Weiss recorded a hat trick Saturday afternoon as the New Ulm Eagles girls’ hockey team defeated the New Prague Trojans 6-3 in nonconference action. New Prague (7-9-1) struck first with a power play goal with 12 minutes left in the first period after New Ulm’s (14-3) ...

Steel down Granite City after comeback

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NEW ULM –– Alex Nagel’s goal at 16:47 of the third period broke a 3-3 tie and Trevor Woytcke’s open-net goal from 3/4 ice with just over a minute left in the game secured the win as the New Ulm Steel overcame a 3-1 deficit, downing the Lumberjacks 5-3 Saturday night at the New Ulm ...

MVL boys slide past CM/C 67-63

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MORGAN — While Cedar Mountain/Comfrey typically finishes strong, the first half sometimes gets the Cougars in trouble. On Friday night, CM/C dug itself into an 11-point halftime deficit against Minnesota Valley Lutheran. The Cougars regrouped at halftime, but it was too late as MVL held on ...

Indians take down Greyhounds

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SLEEPY EYE –– Sleepy Eye's senior guard Sarah Ibarra needed 12 points to reach her 1,000th career point at the start of the Tomahawk Conference girls' basketball game Thursday with the Indians hosting the New Ulm Cathedral Greyhounds. At the end of the night, she finished with 27 points, ...

CM/C puts away MVL 54-39

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NEW ULM — Cedar Mountain/Comfrey’s increased intensity in the second half led to a 54-39 victory over Minnesota Valley Lutheran in Tomahawk Conference girls’ basketball action on Friday night. The Cougars (6-3, 2-3) have been playing without guards Hailey Pidde and Jordan Kevelin, who ...

Cathedral boys outlasts Sleepy Eye in Tomahawk

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NEW ULM — While it was the second game back from the holiday break for New Ulm Cathedral, it looked like the Greyhounds were still in vacation mode at times. The Greyhounds struggled to get going offensively but their defense made up for it in a 59-46 Tomahawk Conference boys’ ...

Eagle gymnasts defeat St. Peter

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NEW ULM — New Ulm continued its solid first half of the season with a 128.9-126.175 win over St. Peter in Big South Conference gymnastics on Thursday night. The scores were a little lower than New Ulm coach Kortney Peterson would have liked to have seen, but she said that her team did ...

Batt’s 27 points leads New Ulm girls past Fairmont

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NEW ULM — Joey Batt put up 27 points for New Ulm as the Eagles defeated the Fairmont Cardinals 67-48 in a Big South Conference girls’ basketball game Thursday night. Tough defense by the Eagles (8-3) allowed them to open up a 16-2 early lead with a lot of time left to play in the first ...

Luverne skates past New Ulm boys

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NEW ULM — When New Ulm’s Kyle Tauer scored on a power play at 7:21 of the second period, it gave the Eagles some momentum as they cut the Luverne lead to 2-1. But any lift that the Eagles had gotten from Tauer’s score was erased two minutes later. Luverne took advantage of two ...

New Ulm boys defeat Fairmont in Big South

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Story courtesy of Fairmont Sentinel FAIRMONT — “You flirt with that enough, it’s going to bite you,” Fairmont Cardinals boys head basketball coach Jared Thompson said. His Cardinals team was able to cut a 15-point deficit into six at halftime then beat New Ulm, 66-57, in overtime ...

Area roundup: CM/C boys defeat GHEC/T/ML, Nicollet girls win

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Boys’ basketball CM/C 72, GHEC/T/ML 52 MORGAN — Cedar Mountain/Comfrey defeated Granada-Huntley-East Chain/Truman/Martin Luther in a nonconference boys’ basketball game on Thursday. Dylan Hillesheim led the Cougars with 17 points and eight assists. Lewis Pendleton had 16 points and ...

Rough second half dooms Knights

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NEW ULM — While Martin Luther College coach Greg Holzhueter was happy his team was able to get the deficit within 8 points at halftime in Wednesday’s contest against St. Scholastica, even he wasn’t expecting what happened in the second half. The Saints (6-6, 3-2) took an 8-point lead ...

Kenny will miss some time for New Ulm Steel

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NEW ULM — The West Division leading New Ulm Steel will be without one of their top players when they host second place Granite City at 7:10 p.m. Saturday. Goalie Ryan Kenny, who has a 10-5 record along with a 2.17 goals against average and a .936 save percentage will be missing for a ...

St. Scholastica edges MLC women

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NEW ULM — St. Scholastica edged Martin Luther College 52-50 on Wednesday in a Upper Midwest Athletic Conference womens’ basketball game. The Knights didn’t help their cause by having 17 turnovers in the first half. Making only 1 out of 13 3-point shots hurt as well. The contest ...

Eagle girls shut out Mankato East

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NEW ULM — The New Ulm Eagles girls’ hockey team scored on four of its five power play chances as the Eagles rolled over Mankato East with a 6-0 win Tuesday night in a nonconference game at the New Ulm Civic Center. Ali Beltz continued her assault on opposing goaltenders with a hat ...