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The Insider: Halgren gets hole-in-one at Little Crow CC

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Barb Halgren of Spicer sank a hole-in-one at Little Crow Country Club on Tuesday. She used a 7-iron on No. 5 Pines for her second career ace.

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West Central Conference top weekly performers

Boys cross country: Aaron Goulet,  Morris Area

Girls cross country: Savannah Aanerud,  Morris Area

Football offense: Aaron Ahrndt, Benson

Football defense: Maverick Whitcomb, ACGC

Swimming/diving: Kate Folkman, Morris Area

Tennis: Abbie Olson, Morris Area

North volleyball: Beth Holland, Morris Area

Yoakum gets CLC recognition in soccer

Willmar senior striker Isaac Yoakum amassed five goals, including a hat trick versus Hutchinson as the Cardinals went 2-0-1 last week, to earn Central Lakes Conference Performer of the Week in boys soccer for offense.

Three Warriors earn MCAC weekly honors

Recognized by the MCAC office in Worthington as South Division Players of the Week were these Ridgewater Warriors:

Martell Baker, Co-offense, sophomore running back from Broad Ripple, Ind., carried 16 times for 134 yards and two scores at Vermilion.

Luke Blanch, Defense, freshman linebacker from Weber, Utah, made 15 tackles, nine solo with a sack and tackle-for-loss in 28-7 win.

Modesto Cruz, Special Teams, freshman kicker from North Hall, Georgia, was 4-for-4 on PATS.

Gophers lose cornerback     Boddy-Calhoun for season

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota starting cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun has a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee that will keep him out for the rest of the season.

Boddy-Calhoun was hurt last week at New Mexico State. Coach Jerry Kill revealed the injury on Tuesday. He said he expected Boddy-Calhoun to qualify for a medical redshirt from the NCAA, which would give him two more years of eligibility.

The junior was in the lineup in the opener against UNLV because of an injury to Derrick Wells. Boddy-Calhoun had an 89-yard interception return for a touchdown in that game, the third-longest in program history.

Backup defensive end Alex Keith has a broken hand, but Kill said he expects Keith to be able to play against Western Illinois on Saturday.

— Associated Press/Staff reports

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