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Saturday, Jan. 17, 1998 Sports St Cloud Times 3C : Storm gets going late to slip by Milaca 5144 MILACA A defensive battle turned into a fourth-quarter shootout and the Sauk Rapids boys basketball team got the better end of it, defeating Milaca 51-44 in a Rum River Conference game Friday. Sauk Rapids took a 30-25 lead into the final quarter and outscored the Wolves 21-19 in the final period. Noah Vennes led Sauk Rapids with 15 points. Joe Hasz and Ryan DeBoer fueled Milaca with 11 points each. SaukRaprfe 415112151 Miaca 889 19 44 SAUK RAPIDS Jordan Lazer 0, Andy Thayer 0, Nathan Pott 0, Mitch Lee 7, Geoff Martinson 12, Dan Regnier 6, Brian Hinkle 5, Kyle Rail 4, Noah Vennes 15, Matt Scheffler 2. Totals: FG 20, FT 10-14, PF 20. MILACA Joe Hasz 1 1 , Matt Kuperus 8, Chad Reetz 0, Jake Johnson 7, Chris Ruis 0, Ryan DeBoer 11, Jeff Kei 3, Dusty Donffel 2, Nic Narveson 2. FG 16, FT 11-22, PF 16. .- -. 3-point goals: SR Hinkle; M Johnson. Miaca: 1-3 Rum River, 5-5 overal Central Minnesota Becker 56, Big Lake 41 BIG LAKE Senior center John Treptau scored 24 points as Becker scored 14 in each quarter on their way to al5-pointwin. Becker improved to 4-1 overall in the Central Minnesota, good for a tie with Kimball for place. Becker 14141414-56 Big Lake 914810 BECKER John Treptau 24, Nick Pittman 12, Jarod Posthumus 1 2, Jason Anderson 4, Jamie Clayton 4. Totals FG 21, FT 9-15, PF14. : BIG LAKE Shance Newland 9, John Schulte 8, Alex Lee 2, Adam Steen 9, Bobby Ahrens 2, John Broker 1, Pete Bromaghim 4, Dave Battaglia 2, Aaron Weston 4. - Totals-FG 16, FT 8-10, PF 16. 3-point goals: B Pittman 2, Anderson, Posthumus 2; BL Newland. Girls basketball Flyers win with late free throws LITTLE FALLS Little Falls' Sarah Soltis hit two free throws late in the game for the winning points in a 45-43 upset win over St Cloud Tech in a Central Lakes Conference game Friday. Tech got a rebound off a missed free throw with 11 seconds left, down by two. Tech center Amy Boman got a 3-point shot off with six seconds left, but did not convert Tech's loss was just its second in the Central Lake, but the Tigers were aided by Rocori's victory over Willmar leaving the Tigers tied for the conf erence lead. The Flyers Carrie Swenson and Jaime Olson each had 15 points, who improved to 3-4 in the conference. Soltis finished with 11 points, 7 rebounds and 3 steals. Tech's Judi Dockendorf scored 20 points and Boman added 11. The Tigers play Rocori on Thursday. St Cloud Tech 11111110-43 UfeFafe 91412 1045 ST. CLOUD TECH Nicole Weis 6, Judi Dockendorf 20, Susan Wimmer 1 , Amy Boman 1 1 , Keli Lerdal 4, Jenny Painter 1. Totals FG 15, FT 11-17, PF 14. LITTLE FALLS Sarah Soltis 1 1 (7 rebounds, 3 steals), Tiffany Kruger 4, Carrie Swenson 15, Jaime Olson 15 (7 rebounds), 4 blocks, Angie Kaiser 0, Rachel Schebnka 0, Jasmyne Bachan 0, Amanda Gwost 0. Totals: FG 1543, FT 12-16, PF 13. 3-points:S Dockendorf 2; L Swenson 2, Olson. ' St Cloud Tech: 5-2 Central Lakes, 9-5 overal Next vs. Rocori, 730 p.m. Thursday. Little Fate: 3-4 Central Lakes, 86 overal Next at Sartel 730 pjn. Thursday. Brainerd 52, St Cloud Apollo 43 BRAINERD Brainerd downed St. Cloud Apollo in a Central Lakes Conf erence game, despite 24 points and 16 rebounds from the Eagles' Shanna DahL "She's doing everything for us right now rebounding, scoring, bringing the ball up the court," Eagles coach Andrea Haight said of DahL The Eagles had to start freshman post Tera Schloe due to injuries, and in her first start ever, she scored 9 points and grabbed 9 rebounds. Beth Steiger and Sarah Bogenschutz each scored 10 points to lead the balanced Warrior scoring attack St Cloud Apolo 1412 512-43 Brainerd 16121411-53 ST. CLOUD APOLLO Nicole Pilarski 4, Jenny Kramer 6, Tera Schloe 9 (9 rebounds), Shanna Dahl 24 (16 rebounds), Jit Mark 0, Amy Moeller 0, Kelsey Brandenberg 0, Melissa Barkabw 0. Totals: FG 18, FT 7-18.PF 13. BRAINERD Ertn Dorr 8, Sara Hemquist 7, Sarah Bogenschutz 10, Hilary Pieri 3, Christina Borg 7, Beth Steiger 10, Mandy Sheets 5, Alison Jorgensen 3. Totals: FG 21.FT4-12.PF16. 3-point goals: B Dorr 2, Pieri, Borg, Sheets. St Cloud Apolo: 2-5 Central Lakes, 3fl overal Next at Wfcriar. 730 pm. Thursday. Brainerd: 44 Central Lakes, M overal Alexandria 41, Sartell 34 SARTELL The Sabres led the defending state champion Cardinals 32-25 after three quarters, but were outscored 16-2 in the fourth quarter to drop to 0-7 in the Central Lakes Confer-' ence. "The girls started playing tentatively in the last quarter," Sartell coach Deb Johansen said. "We had been playing aggressive and then they started hesitating. It seemed like they played with the attitude not to lose instead of winning, but that will come. They dont have the killer instinct yet, but this was by far our best game of die season." Alexandria 1031216-41 Sartel 15710 2-34 T Boys basketball r.ormcELLO Tips Totino ; FRIDLEY Monticello turned away conference co-leader Totino-Grace 56-; 54 in a North Suburban Conference game for first place in which people were turned away at the door of a packed gymnasium. I: : Monticello fell behind 8-0 in the first period, before Dusty Decker hit a lay Up and two 3-pointers to jump start the Magic. Decker, a junior, led all scorers with 20 points. Monfcelo 14101220-56 TofctoGrace 17111115-54 MONTICELLO Bryan Goudy 2 (3 assists), Sarn Johnson 10, Dusty Decker 20, Shawn McGuire 9 (4 assists), Joel Pryzbitfa 15 (1 8 rebounds, 6 blocks, 3 assists); Jeff Goudy 0, Chad Qui 0, John Reeves 0, Eric Hotmstadt 6. Totals-FG 22, FT 8-13, PF 10. i I TOTINO-GRACE CooperS, Neurnan 2, Darius Lane 17, Thorvig 13, Schader 2, Derus 12, Banks 0, Tiegen 0J Keenan 0. Totals - FG 21, FT 5-11, PF 15. ; - .S t 3-point goals: M -, Decker 4, J r Lane 3, Thorvig t)erus. Morrtcelo: SO North Suburban, 9-3 overal Next vs. Irondale, 730 pjri. Thursday. Totrio-Grace: 4-1 North Suburban, 8-2 overal Becker 4-1 Central Minnesota, 7-4 overal Next vs. HoWrngtord, 730 p.m. Thursday. Big Lake 1-4 Central Minnesota, 3-6 overal Next at Maple Lake, 730 p.m. Tuesday. Kimball 66, Howard Lake- Waverly 60 KIMBALL Kimball's Brooks Mar-quardt scored 17 of his 19 points in the second half, including five 3-pointers, helping the Cubs open up a 12-point lead that never got closer than final margin of six points. Kfmbal 15152214-66 Howard Lake-Waverty 16151415-60 KIMBALL Steve Brandt 7, Brooks Marquardt 19, Josh Schubert 1 7, Jacob Fischer 1 3, Levi Scheeler 0, Joe Girls Basketball Standings Central Lakes ., Conf. Ai J W-L . W-L St. Cloud Tech 5-2 9-4 Wimar ' 5-2 8-3 Brainerd . ' - 5-2 ' 8-5 Alexandria 4-3 ' - 7-4 Rocori 4-3 7-6 Little Falls 3-4 ' 6-5 St. Cloud Apollo 2-5 3-9 Sartell 0-7 , 2-10 Resute Friday ;. Little Parte 45, St Cloud Tech 43 i Brainerd 52, St. Cioud Apclo 43 I Alexandria 41, Sartel 34 I Rocon51,WiHmar430T : ? " ' West Central North pllitlftjlft Albany St. Cloud Cathedral , long Prairie-G.E. Litchfield Sauk Centre Conf. AI W-L W-L 6-0 12-2 4-1 ' . 10-3 3-2 7-4 3-3 4-9 ' 2-3 3-8 1-5 5-8 0-5 3-9 Melrose' Result Friday Albany 75, Melrose 31 Litchfield 50, Paynesville Area 40 St. Cloud Cathedral 71, Swam 31 (NC) Central Minnesota Conf. W-L 5-1 - 5-1 5-1 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-4 0-6 AI W-L 10-3 104 8-6 7-5 7-5 ' 5-5 4-9 1-8 Pierz Becker 6den Vatey-Watkhs : :, Howard Lake-Waverly , Big Lake Holdingford Kimball Rockford Resute Friday Delano 48. Kimball Area 38 (NC) ALEXANDRIA Carty Spencer 7, Jenny Rook 4, Leah Schultz 2, Jessica Turdik 2, Sarah Engstrom 1 , Shannon Diednch 9, undsey Spoden 0, Shell Schoeneck 16, Melissa forster 0. Totals: FG 15, FT 9-26, PF 16. SARTELL Leah Launch 13, Jamie Launch 4, Becky Fitch 5 (10 rebounds), Jessica Johansen 8 (5 rebounds), Heidi Hoffman 2, Lisa Perry 2, Tara Frauendienst 0, Megan Henry 0, April Bielejeski 0. Totals: FG 15, FT 3-10, PF 19. 3-point goals: A Schoeneck 2; S Fitch. .Fouled outS Hoffman. Alexandria: 4-3 Central Lakes, 7-4 overal Sartet 0-7 Central Lakes, 2-1 0 overal Next Little Fals, 730 pjn. Thursday. West Central North Albany 75, Melrose 31 MELROSE Amber Hennen's 18 and Shanna Smith's 15 points helped the Huskies remain unbeaten in the West Central North. The Huskies led 39-10 at half over the Dutchmen, who remained winless in conference. Abany 18211716-75 Mekose 6 4 813-31 ALBANY Sarah Wimmer 0, Shanna Smith 15, Lee Ann Getz 0, KrisS Suchy 7, Kelsey Rushmeyer 3, Sarah Tschida 4, Tara Gerads 4, Amber Hennen 18, Molly McNeil 2, Mary Jo Hanson 10, Beth Nowachek 9, Kristin Wolford 2, Kristna Ebensteiner 1. Fouled out Hanson. Totals: FG 32, FT 7-10, PF 19. MELROSE Ruth Primus 0, Sara Weber 0, Amanda Nathe 0, Amy Goebel 6, Steph Lieser 3, Nancy Jacobs 0, Jil Kmman 3, Kelly Palm 2, Jess Hinnenkamp 0, Amber Winter 1, Brenda Welle 0, Janel Scherping 2, Kris VonWalde 0, Lisa Inderrieden 2, Jenny Koetter 4, Katie Ettle 8. Totals - FG 1 0, FT 1 1 -25, PF 7. 3-point goals: A Smith 3, Suchy. Abany: 64 West Central North, 12-2 overal at HoWhgtord, 730 p.m. Thursday. Mekose: 0-5 West Central North, 3-9 overal vs. St Cloud Cathedral, 730 pjn. Tuesday. Litchfield 50, Paynesville 40 IITCHFIELD The Dragons' Carin Rambow scored a school-record six 3-pointers all in the first half helping Litchfield build a 38-29 halftime lead and coast to a West Central North win. Paynesvle 121774-40 Lichfield 191948-50 PAYNESVILLE - Tanya Lieser 1 8, Amber Michaefs 6, Carrie hemmesch 5, Tiffany Rausch 4, Erin Aagesen 2, Jen Lmdquist 2, Krist) Lieser 3, Jaime Wuertz 0. totals: FG 15,FT8-11,PF20. LITCHFIELD Carin Rambow 22, Jessica aimer 2, Gina Gabrieteon 6, Kim Traen 6, Mar) Vevea 3, Allison Kramer 5, Jessica Kruger 6. totals: FG 15, FT 13-23, PF 16. 3-point goals: P MichaeRs, K. Lieser; L Cambow 6, Kramer. Fouekf out: P Michaels, Wuertz. Payrwrvle: 1-5 West Central North, 5-8 overal Ufchfleld: 34 West Central North, 44 overal Next St Cloud Cathedral, 730 pm Thursday. Lauerman 6, Jake Klein 4. Totals: FG 27, FT 3-1 1 , PF 20. HOWARD LAKE-WAVERLY - Matt Montgomery 9, Derek Fogerty 4, Travis Genty 7, Chris Brose 15, Jeremy Dell 6, Brian Keyes 6, Mkal Skaroupka 1 1 , Jeff KowaJke 0, Brad Diers 0, Richard Johnson 0, Mitch Diers 0. Totals: FG 22, FT 11-23, PF 15. 3-point goats: K Marquardt 5, Brandt Schubert 3; HLW Montgomery, Genty, Brose 3. , Fouled out: HLW Montgomery. Kimbal: 4-1 Central Minnesota, 83 overal Howard Lake-Waverty; 0-5 Central Mhnesota, 2-6 overal Next at DasselCokato, 730 pjn. Tuesday. Eden Valley-Watldns 58, Rockford 57 EDEN VALLEY Robert Streit scored 15 of his 17 points in the second half, including the eventual game-winner and stripped Rockford's Mark Wasserman of the ball in the closing seconds for a 58-57 win. Rockford 11 151714-57 EdenVafey-WaWns 23 91213-58 ROCKFORD Scott Dunn 14, Kurt Thomas 1 1 , Tony Lukken 1, Mark Wasserman 18 (7 rebounds), Mike Domsbach 2, Brent Macica 9, Adam Anderson 2. Totals: FG 24-52, FT 4-7, PF 15. EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS - Matt Hendricks 4, Ed Edebach 20, Robert Streit 1 7 (1 1 rebounds), T J. McCann 6, Mike StrohmeierO, Jeremy Shepersky 5, Jim Dockendorf 0, Pat Niesen 6. Totals: FG 22-51 , FT 8-14, PF 1 0. 3-point goals: R Dunn 2, Macica 3; EVW Edebach 4, Niesen 2. Rockford: 2 2 Central Minnesota, 5-5 overal Next at Kimbal 730 pjn. Thursday. Eden Vatey-Watkhs: 5-0 Central Minnesota, 8-3 overal Next Howard Lake-Waverty, 730 pjn. Thursday. Holdingford59,Pierz51 HOLDINGFORD Doug Schlangen scored 17, and Trent Bernatz and Keith Bias each add 11 points for Holdingford. No other information was available. Wright County Annandale 68, Dassel-Cokato 41 DASSEL - Kirk Walberg scored 13 Rum River Corrf. AI W-L W-L Sauk Rapids ' 6-0 8-3 Foley -5-1 8-5 Mora 4-2 , 8-3 Chisago Lakes 4-2 - ' 7-5 North Branch 3-2 4-5 Milaca 1-4 3-9 Pine City 1-5 2-8 Princeton . 0-6 : ,0-10 Resute Friday Mora 42, Chisago Lakes 37 Foley 69, HlncWey-Finiayson 31 (NC) Milaca 38, Onamia 37 (NC) Wright County Conf. AI ; W-L W-L ; 5-0 12-0 J 5-0 10-3 i 3-2 7-3 4 1-3 5-7 1-3 3-6 ? 1-4 1-9 0-4 0-10 ' Annandale i Giencoe-Silver Lake Dassel-Cokato , St. Michael-Abett Waconia Walertown-Mayer Hesuts Htoay Delano 48, Kimball Area 38 (NC) Gtenooe-Silver Lake 71, BOLD 57 (NC) Prairie Conf. W-L 7-0 6-1 4-3 3-3 25 1-5 0-7. AI W-L 10-0 10-2 7-4 5-4 2-11 1-10 0-8 Osakis - Royalton Browervitla Eagle Valley Upsala Swanville St. John's Prep Resute Friday Eagle Valley 86, St John's Prep 26 ; Royalton 57, Upsala 42 W;r;.::;v Osakis 58. Browervie 35 Prairie 1 1 a" ,c Royalton 57, Upsala 42 UPSALA The Royals won their seventh consecutive game. Royalon 13211211-57 Upsala 5 91216-42 ROYALTON Becky Vannurden 6, Tracy Suska 1 2 (5 steals), Amy Solorz 1 0 (4 assists), Heather Schoenleben 4, Liz Reis 3 (5 steals), Amber Sobania 6, Mindy Radziej 6, Mel Warzecha 8 (4 assists), Kathy Reis 0, Candace Winscher 0, Kathy Czech 0, Anita Kasella 0, Sara Burggraff 2. Totals: FG 23, FT 9-15, PF 23. UPSALA Joelle Ebnet 13, Melissa Holmgren 1, Julie Herbs 0, Jennifer Sunquist 7, Amy Sunquist 5, Laura Michels 0, Julie Theisen 0, Jesi Hartung 1 , Tamara Evens 4, Brenda Tschida 1 1 . Totals: FG 12, FT 18-27, PF 15. 3-point goals: R Solorz, Warzecha. Royalton: 6-1 Prairie, 10-2 overal. Next at Pfeger, 730 pjn. Monday. Non-conference St Cloud Cathedral 71, Swanville 31 The Crusaders cruised, opening a 17-point lead in the first quarter and then emptying the bench later in a non-conference game at Cathedral High School. Swanvle 28129-31 Cathedral 19142513-71 SWANVILLE Jae Hatfield 4, Meghann Loven 5, Amanda Peterson 5, Tracy Sobiech 7, Jennifer Harthen 0, Crystal Thompson 3, Michelle Peterson 0, Tanya Peterson 7. Totals: FG 9, FT 12-21, PF 19. CATHEDRAL Jenny Heinen 0, Claire Loesch 4, KeHy Motor 0, Sara Loch 0, Julie Hemker 4, Kara Hansen 4, Mandy Hoffman 0, Mary Beth Williams 1 0, Mary Reisdorl 0, Anne Laraway 1 1 (6 rebounds), Laura Henry 1 3 (7 assists, 10 steals), Ten Hubers 11, Nicole Danielson 0, Nadine Raeker 14 (8 rebounds). Totals: FG 28, FT 13-24, PF 17. 3-point goats: S A. Peterson: SCC Henry, Hubers. Swanvle: 1-5 Prairie, 1-11 overal Next Eagle Valey, 730 Djn. Thursday. Cafhedrat: 4-1 West Central North, 104 overal Next at Melrose, 730 pjn. Tuesday. Foley 69. jrLrnddey-Fiiilayson 31 FOLEY A strong defensive effort and balanced scoring led the Falcons to the runaway victory. Hlnddey-nnbyaon 713 4 731 Foley 18171620-69 HINCKLEY-FINLAYSON - Kris Rabe 4, Dawn LaPierre 1 1 , Laura Oldenkamp 2, Annie Blowers 2, Denise LaPierre 4, Paula Pogatchnik 6, Jil Diedrich 2. Totals: FG 13, FT 4-15, PF 14. FOLEY Tara Mazacek 10 (8 assists, 7 rebounds), Megan Kampa 8 (4 steals), Angie Kasner 7, Sarah Gabbert 16, Lindsey Chmiebwski 12, Ai Chmielewski 8, Kristie Chmielewski 4, Tessa Schommer 4, Jen Abfalter 0, Meaan Kasner 0. Totals: FG 31. FT 54, PF 17, 3-poirrl field goals: H-F Denise LaPierre 1; F Gabbert 2. Foley: 5-1 Rum River, 84 overal Next v. Sauk Rapids, 730 pjn. Tuesday. Boys Basketball Standings Central Lakes f Com ai w-t W-L Rocori 5-0 11-1 Alexandria 4-1 8-1 St Cloud Tech 3-2 6-5 Brainerd 3-2 4-5 Sartell 2-2 5-5 Wiltmar 2-2 . . 4-6 St Cloud Apollo 0-5 4-9 LrttleFalls . 0-5 1-6 West Central North . . ... ' Corrf. : AI i W-L W-L Litchfield 50 12-2 Long Prairie-G.E. 4-1 11-2 Albany j . : 3-2 . , - v 7-5 Sauk Centre v . 2-3 8-3 Melrose : : ?. ; 1-3 5-6 St Cloud Cathedral i 1-3 5-7 Paynesville 1-4 5-5 Resute Friday I Long PrairifrGrey Eagle 79, Osakis 45 (NC) ? ; Central Minnesota Corrf. AI W-L W-L Eden Valley-Watkins . 5-0 . 9-3 Kimball 4-1 8-3 Becker 4-1 7-4 Rockford 2-2 5-5 Holdingford 2-2 4-4 Big Lake 1-4 3-6 Pierz 1-4 2-9 Howard Lake-Waverty 0-5 : 2-8 Resute Friday I Becker 56, Big Lake 41 -t..S.W-:':'-:i I Kimbal Area 66, Howard Lake-Waverty-Wirrsted 60 ; I Eden Valley-Watkins 58, Rockford 57 -I HoWingtord 59, Pierz 51 Rum River Conf. AI W-L W-L ; 44 94 4-1 7-2 4-1 5-7 2-2 7-3 1-3 5-4 1-3 4-6 1-4 4-5 1-4 24 Chisago Lakes Princeton . .. Sauk Rapids ; Foley Mora ":f!izs! Pine City North Branch points in the first half and finished with 21, despite a box-and-1 defense designed specifically to shut him down, keeping Annandale unbeaten in Wright County Conf erence play. Annandale 16151126-68 DasselCokatD 910 913 41 ANNANDALE Mitch Nelson 6, Justin Miete 7, Kirk Walberg 21 (8 rebounds), Jefferson Bishop 0 (8 rebounds), Jim Miller 12, Dan Dolan 0, Kurt Johnson 6 (7 rebounds), Prep wrestling, hockey St. John's in fifth place so far at Cornell meet MOUNT VERNON, IOWA The St. John's wrestling team is tied with St. Olaf for fifth place after the first day of the Cornell Invitational. Marc Jerzak at 142 pounds and Lance Bodeen at 158 pounds both won two matches Friday. Cornell Invitational Team scores (first of two days) 1 . Simpson 44; 2. Buena Vista 36.5; 3. Cornell 35.5; 4. Wisconsin-Platteville 35; 5. (tie) St. John's and St Olaf 34; 7. Coe 32; 8. Luther 32; 9. Minnesota-Morris 27; 1 0. Dubuque 23; 1 1 . Waitburg 22.5; 12. Wisconsin-Eau Claire 18; 13. Central 17; 14. Upper Iowa 1 6.5; 1 5. Wisconsin-La Crosse 1 4.5; 16. Knox 1 4; 1 7. William Penn 6. , St John's results: 118 SJU open; 126 SJU open; 134 Brian Wallis (BV) dec. Mike Timm (SJU); Jamie Scott (Cent) dec. Justin Kelly (SJU) 64; Kelly inj. default over Timm; 142 Marc Jerzak (SJU) dec. Jason Boriander(W-P)4:56; Jerzak dec. Jeff Meyer (BV) 7-5:150 - Marc Kurtz (Coe) dec. Matt Strobl (SJU) 104; Strobl ma), dec. David Haskins (SO) 184; Travis Hauser (Com) pinned Chris Gross (SJU) 0:52; Gross maj. dec. Jason Margetz (L) 14-2; 158 - Lance Bodeen (SJU) tech. fall Brett Berg (W-EC) 25-10; Bodeen maj. dec. Matt Eeger (Com) 11-3; Jason Gordon (Dub) dec. Jeremy Abfalter (SJU) 11-3; Eeger (Com) def. Abfalter; 167 - Kyle Fagen (SJU) bye; Fagen pinned Justin Dix (Com) 024; 177 Andy Lien (SJU) bye; Lien dec. Jason Roberts (Ul) 44; 190 Chris Suedbeck (SJU) dec. Brian Moore (Ul) 12-5; Matt UBum (Dub) pinned Suedbeck 5:48; Taber Sawatsky (SO) def. Suedbeck 6-1; Jeremy Werner (UMM) dec. Jesse Spates (SJU) 34; Spates bye; Hwt Quinton Frank (SJU) pinned Greg MacFarland (Knox) 225; Jeff Clark (Wart) dec. Frank 2-1 OT; Frank bye. St John's next Cornel trrvtettonal, 9 am. today It Mount Vernon, bwa. Prep wrestling Sauk Rapids Triangular Mora won both matches of the Sauk Rapids Triangular, while Sauk Rapids went 1-1. Sauk Rapids defeated Sartell 60-9 and then lost to Mora by a final tally of 37-24. Mora also defeated Sartell. The Storm's Michael Bemboom earned two pins at 160 to improve to 20-1. Jacob Hutchins also got two pins at 189, his 16th and 17th victories of the yean Sauk Rapids 60, Sartel 9 103 Travis Peterson (SR) tech. fall Dust Coffin, 15-0; 1 1 2 Maik Jacobson (SR) maj. dec. Cory Yasgar, 1 2-4; 1 1 9 Rod Sauer (S) pinned Andy Thein, 539; 1 25 Joe Ahrens (SR) pinned Dan Strenge, 1:10; 130 Chris Bemboom (SR) pinned Justin Abraham, 1 51 ; 1 35 Josh Gerbar (S) dec. Corey Beierman, 44; 140 Kiel Hutchins (SR) tech. fan Brent Crast, 18-3; 145 - Mike Watz (SR) mat dec. Donny Traut 15-2; 152 Mike Morrison (SR) pinned Jake Stock, 2:15; 160 Michael Bemboom (SR) pinned Jeremy Camil, 0:53; 171 James Tabatt (SR) pinned Adam Stock, 2:46; 189 Jacob Hutchins (SR) pinned Andrew Borders, 1:18; Hwt Jon Tabatt (SR) pinned Evan Wehman, 1 :40. Mc37,SaukRapid24 1 03 Travis Peterson (SR) dee. Dan Ennis, 7-3; 112 Jeff Ollestad (M) pinned Mark Jacobson, 326; 119 Torn Brown (SR) pinned Greg Ollestad, 1:43; 125 Damn Mackedanz (M) pinned Joe Ahrens, 1:43; 130 Dusty Nelson (M) dec. Chris Bemboom, 8-3; 135 Kiel Hutchins (SR) dec. Brent Fokema, 8-4; 140 David Brostrom (M) pinned Corey Beierman, 1 28; 145 Steve Washburn (M) won by forfeit; 152 Jeremy Monkberg (M) dec. Mike Morrison, 12-7; 160 Michael Bemboom (SR) pinned T J. Lindberg, 5:40; 1 71 - Tim Haley (M) dec. James Tabatt, 104; 189 Jacob Hutchins (SR) pinned Scott Helmbrecht 1 A3; Hwt Richard Roesler (M) maj. dec. Jon Tabatt 12-4. Sauk Raptdi: 1 4 Rum River, 8-7 overal Next at North Branch, 730 p.m. Tuesday Big Lake wins Becker Invitational BECKER The Big Lake wrestling team won seven individual championships and won the team title at the Becker Invitational Friday night Winning titles for Big Lake were Kelly Pederson at 103, Kelly Flaherty at 112, Ryan Flaherty at 119, Marv Sims at 125, Rick Chastain at 135, Casey Eaher-ty at 152, Dan Burkholder at 160 and Peter Ottem at 189. Sims was voted outstanding wrestler Resute Friday Sauk Rapids 51. Milaca 44 Princeton 69, Fotey 47 Mora 57, No Branch 46 Crasago Lakes 71 , Pine City 56 Wright County Conf. AI WHL W-L Annandale 34 7-3 St Michael-AFoert 2-1 5-5 Gtencoe-SilverLake 2-1 4-4 Delano 2-1 4-4 Watertown-Mayer 2-2 5-6 Waconia 1-3 2-8 Dassel-Cokato 0-4 1-10 Resuts Friday Annandale 68, Dassel-Cokato 41 5 : Watenbwn-Mayer66,StMichaellDe61 : Delano 70, Waconia 49 Prairie Conf. AI W-L W-L Osakis " . ' 54 v . 7-2 Royalton : " .-. 4-1 ; ff-,: 6-5 Swanville "".'...v'is " ': V 34 St. John's Prep 'iyi ' 2-2 . "' ; 2-7 BrowerviHe :: ; . ." 2-4 "' '; 3-7 Upsala 1-2 3-4 Eagle Valley - 0-5 :' 0-10 Resuts Friday : ; Long Prairie-Grey Eagle 79, Osakis 45 (NC) '--.J North Suburban Conf. AI W-L W-L Monticelb 54 : 10-3 Totino Grace 4-1 7-2 Irondale 3-2 6-4 Cambridge 3-2 5-4 Centennial 1-4 4-6 Buffalo 1-4 3-6 Spring Lake Park 1-4 2-8 St. Francis 1-4 1-11 Resute Friday . S Monticelo 56, Totino Grace 54 Centennial 55. St Francs 43 vft ,j? tondab 77, Cambridge 62 :Ul i: Spring Lake Park 71, Buffalo 57 : Ben Greve 7, Pete Edmonson 3, Ryan Pteken 0, Chuck Thompson 0, Ryan Dietz 4, Mike Bishir 0, Jay Wolfsteller 0, Paul Mehr. Totals: FG 26, FT 13-16, PF 16. DASSEL-COKATO Greg Swanson 3, Billy Aho 7, David Saber 2, Dan Sanborn 2, Ben Nyquist 2, Aaron Otterson 12, Jake Under 2, Will Kratz 4, Jeff Schultz 1. Totals: FG 14, FT 10-14, PF 8. 3-point goals: A Nelson 2, Miehe, Walberg, Greve; DC Otterson 2, Swanson. Annandale: 34 Wright County, 7-3 overal Next Gbncoe-Sfver Lake, 730 pm. Tuesday. for the Hornets, while Pederson earned the quickest pin trophy. He finished with three pins in 6:03. Team scores 1 . Big Lake 239; 2. New York Mills 172.5; 3. Princeton 153; 4. Becker 126.5; 5. Braham 123; 6. Delano 111.5; 7. Mile Lacs Area 70.5; 8. Howard Lake- Waverly 53. Championship matches: 103 Kelly Pederson (BL) : pinned Jordan Hirsch (HLW) 502; 1 12 - Kelly Flaherty (BL) pinned Dan Kelling (Bra) 2:43; 1 19 Ryan Flaherty (BL) pinned Josh Barton (D) 3:30; 125 Marv Sims (BL) tech. fall Trevor Berg (HLW) 6:00; 130 Tim Anderson (P) dec. Jerome Crandall (NYM) 8-5; 135 Rick Chastain (BL) pinned James Crandall (NYM) 4:35; 140 Anthony Poser (NYM) dec. Troy Lucht (Bra) 4-1; 145 Mike Huffman (P) pinned Jayme Timm (Beck) 2:40; 152 Casey Flaherty (BL) ma), dec. Josh Skogen (P) 9-1 ; 1 60 Dan Burkholder (BL) dec. Kevin Danielson (D) 10-3; 171 Justin Mabne (NYM) dec. Greg Bratsch (Beck) 94; 1 89 - Peter Ottem (BL) dec. Phil Frost (NYM) 5-3 OT; Hwt - Jeff Hughley (MLA) dec. Travis Famiok (D) 2-1 . s Outstanding wrestler: Marv Sims (Bkj Lake). Pin trophy: Kelly Pederson (Big Lake) 3 pins in 6:03. Becker next Eden Vaby-Watkins, 730 pm. Tuesday at Becker High school Albany 34, Eden Valley-Watkins 22 ALBANY The Huskies won the final six matches to defeat Eden Valley-Watkins in a non-conference dual Friday. 1 03 Jay Kuechle (E VW) maj. dec. Chris Rothstein 1 3-2; 112 Ben Mergen (A) dec. Adam Pool 7-4; 119 Nate Becker (EVW) maj. dec. Chris Mergen 17-4; 125 Ben Stommes (EVW) pinned Jesse Plantenberg 1 :41 ; 1 30 Andy Boom (A) dec. Adam Sieben 1 3-9; 1 35 Casey Sieben (EVW) dec. Travis Hoffarth 34; 140 Justin Kuechle (EVW) tech. fall Jude Henningsgaard 22-7 (6:00); 1 45 Andy Theis (A) dec. Nick Hansen 2-1 ; 1 52 Troy Hoffarth (A) pinned John Kramer 122; 160 Dennis Rakotz (A) dec. Mike Heinen 6-2; 1 71 John Schiffler (A) won by forfeit; 189 Adam Pogatchnk (A) maj. dec. Jeremy Eurte 11-2; Hwt Shawn Koltes (A) pinned Roger Kramer 5:46. Eden VaJey-WatkJns: at Becker, 730 pm. Tuesday. Abany: 74 overal Next at Osakis Invttatiorial. 1030 ajn. today. Prep hockey Sauk Rapids 5, Princeton 1 Five different Storm players scored and senior goaltender Jesse Hinkemey-er turned away 40 of 41 shots to improve Sauk Rapids to 5-2 in the Rum River Conference. Princeton 100-1 Sauk Rapids 032-5 First period: 1 . P Eric Hanson (Eric Hermanson) 8:34 (sh). Second period: 2. SR Lars Nastrom (Matt Steinberg, Scotl Kunshier) 1:18; 3. SR Steinberg (Nastrom, Eric Theede) 927; 4. SR - TJ. Lane, 1428 (pp). Third period: 5. SR David Forstjng (Kunshier, Lane) :10; 6. SR Ryan Karasch 554. Goaltenders: P Casey Steams (31 saves); SR Jesse Hinkemeyer (40 saves). Penalties: P 8 for 29 minutes; SR 7 for 24 minutes. Sauk Rapids: 5-2 Rum River, 10-5 overal. Next Phe Cly, 730 pm. Thursday. THIEF RIVER FALLS, MN HAS Received over IP" NEW SNOW Trail conditions - excellent Over 500 miles groomed trails Home to Arctic Cat Snowmobile factory take a tour! Motels located on the Midweek visits encouraged, trails u'h Thief in Convention Call 1. 800.877. 1 419 T Area roundup Johnnies breeze by Bethel St John's took advantage of special teams play to defeat Bethel 9-3 Friday night in a Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game at National Hockey Center. The Johnnies' Matt Erredge had two goals and two assists as he reached the 100-point career mark. The key stretch for the Johnnies came in the first period. They held off the" Royals during a two-minute stretch in which they had to play for two minutes down two mea St John's followed that up with two first-period power play goals. The Johnnies were 4-for-6 on the power play compared to 0-5 for BetheL; '. "That was a key stretch in the first period," Johnnies coach John Harring ton said. "They scored :35 seconds into the game, then we got in back with those two power play goals." .. Bethel 120-3 St John's 333 J First period: 1.B Matt Grant (Josh McGraw, KevirJ Adam); 2. S Mark Swenson (Nek Kulenkamp, Chad Hacker) pp; 3. S Hacker (Kulenkamp, Erredge) pp; 4S Hacker (Swenson, Ryen Ratfeld). : Second period: 5. S Tryg Sarsland (Ratfiel&V Swenson); 6. S Mike Zasada (Hacker, Ryan Mitchell); 7. B Mike Feiro (Nate Carlson, Grant); 8. S Feiro (Ratlield, Bryan Romfo); 9. S Grant (Adam, Tirrt Dickinson). "" Third period: 1 0. S Hacker (Erredge, Sarsland) pp; 11; S Erredge (Sarsland, Hacker) pp; 12. S Erredge (Kulenkamp). ." Goaltenders: B Michael Johnson (23 saves); S Mark Rice (14 saves). Penalties: B 8 for 1 6 minutes; S 9 tor 1 8 minutes.' St John's: 7-2 overal Next vs. Bethel at Mariucci Arean 1 p.m. . Bethel: 34 overal '( College swimming Blazers second, Huskies third ' -; COLLEGEVILLE The St. Bene: diet swimming and diving team is seel ond and St Cloud State is third after the first day of the CSBSJU Invitational Fri: day at Warner Palaestra pool. ,? Women's team scores 1. North Dakota 579; 2. St! Benedict 446; 3. St Cloud State 360; 4. Gustavus 279; 5. Macalester 183; 6. Concordia-Moorhead 176; 7. SoutK Dakota State 503; 8. Moorhead State 1 27; 9. St Catherine 92; 10. St Thomas 32. 200 medley relay 1. North Dakota 150.65; 2. St" Benedict (Noelle Peterson, Deanne Siverson, Katie Olson, Courtney Remes) 152.56; 3. St Cloud State (Jaime Jackson, Camilla Johnson, Tanya Tiechert, Kim Winsbw) 156.62.'.' "' . vj, 200 freestyle 1 . Stacy Brown (UND) 1 57.54. " " 400 individual medley 1 . Dea Oja (UND) 4:46.80; 2. Michelle Koch (CSB) 5:01.50; 3. Bridget Lubavs (CSB). 5.03.68. , 50 freestyle 1 . Sarah Doeden (UND) 25.26; 2. Remes (CSB) 25.35. , 800 freestyle relay 1. North Dakota 8:11.76; 2. St Cbud State (Holly Anderson, Becky Hamren, Adrienne Higley, Becki Wattier) 822.21; 3. St. Benedict (Michelle Koch, Lubavs, Kristin Koch, Michelle Macy) 8:24.90. j,;. 1 -meter diving 1. Sarah Loquai (SCSU) 441 .85;, 4 Marie Rubel(SCSU) 398.40. . St Benedict and St Cbud State next CSBSJU Invitational, today (930 am. prtinailes, 2 p.m. diving, 6 pjn.friab). . . . SJU third, Huskies fourth COLLEGEVILLE The St. John's swimming and diving team is third and St. Cloud State is fourth after the first day of the CSBSJU Invitational at Warner Palaestra pool Friday. St. John's Matt Zelen set a meet record with a 20.96-second time in the 50 freestyle. Zelen swam a 20.76 in pre-liminaries earlier Friday. t, St Cloud State diver Ryan Bucher set a meet record with a 573.50 score in 3 meter diving, and North Dakota's Ryan Requist set a meet record with a 16:36.64 time in the 1,650 freestyle. ;, t Men's team scores 1. North Dakota 646; 2. Gustavus 488; 3. St John's 465; 4. St Cbud State 342; 5. South Dakota State 241 ; 6. Macalester 193; 7. St Thomas 42v7 200 medley relay 1. St John's (Scott Welle, Car) Stevens, Matt Zelen, Jeff Dingman) 1 39.04; 2. St Cbud State (Dan Anderson, Charlie King, Dan Terra, Mike Wend) 1:40.56. "' 200 freestyle 1. Mark Polansky (ND) 1:45.04; Derek Nordvedt (SCSU) 1 147.59. 400 individual medtey 1. Bo Meredith (SDSU)' 424.84. 50 freestyle -1 . Zelen (SJU) 20.96; 3. Stevens (SJU) 22.32. 800 freestyle -1. North Dakota 727.13; 2. St John's (Christian Filiaggi, Sean Flannery, Eric Anderson, Jeff Dingman) 736.92. 1 ,650 freestyle 1 . Requist (UND) 16:36.64; 2. FiSaggi (SJU) 1744.49. 3nneter diving 1. Ryan Bucher (SCSU) 573.50; 2. Jeremy Hoglund (SJU) 447.45; 3. Jose Cobn (SJU) 423.45. St John's and St Cbud State next CSBSJU lnvatloriattDoay(930am.prBl pjn.tiab). Prep gymnastics Annandale 121.85, Waconia 110.4 (at Waconia) - Vault 1. Jessica Hegle (A) 8.9; 3. Andrea McNeKs (A) 8.15. . Uneven bars 1 . Erica Rademacher (W) 7.8; 2. Hegle (A)7.6;3.AmyKlingelhofer(A)7.15. Balance beam 1. Hegle (A) 8.7; 2. Wrngelhofer (A) 8.0; 3. Brooke Geyen (A) 7.45. Floor exercise 1. Hegle (A) 8.95; 2. Kingelhofer (A) 8.65. Annandale: 2-1 Wright County, 44 overal Next at Dassel-Cokato, 10 am. Jan. 24. trails River Falls & Visitors Bureau to for Lodoino A Trail Man o o I Towded qqquiuiquiuiauiiaqquiqqqiaiaMqBLaBiaaaiiaauiiaaiaiaaiaqiiiadl! it

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