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DASSEL -- Josh Rose ran for 166 yards in 35 carries and scored four times as Litchfield held off Dassel-Cokato 26-21 to set up the Wright County Conference championship game next Friday. Litchfield is now 6-0 in the conference and 7-0 overall, the same record as Delano, whom the Dragons will host Wednesday for the title. Rose scored on runs of 6, 3, 3 and 1 yards. Matt Triche caught three passes for 66 yards.
GLENWOOD -- Jim Seigel powered off tackle for both the tying touchdown and the two-point conversion as Long Prairie-Grey Eagle slipped by Minnewaska 28-26 in overtime Friday. Seigel's heroics offset four touchdown heaves by Lakers' quarterback Jordan Hendricks. The Lakers had the ball first in the extra period. On fourth down, Hendricks, from the 12, hooked up with Jon Hoffmann for the score and a 26-20 lead after the conversion pass fell incomplete. Seigel, the Thunder workhoarse, went over from the seven to tie it up.
BELGRADE -- Howard Lake-Waverly evened its record in the Central Minnesota at 3-3 with the win. For BBE, Jordan Weller ran for 51 yards in 21 attempts. Quarterback Josh Roelike passed for 91 yards with Tyler Rath making five catches for 64 yards. Howard Lake-WW 51, BBE 0 Howard Lk-W (3-3. 3-4) 7 12 14 18 -- 51 BBE (2-4, 2-5) 0 0 0 0 -- 0 Scoring not available Howard Lake-Waverly/Winsted Team statistics First downs: not available ... Rushing: 305 ... Passing (com-att-yds-int.): 6-16-168-1 ... Fumbles lost: 0 ...
Prep Volleyball NON-CONFERENCE Subway Classic at Southwest Minnesota State, Marshall (Central Minnesota Christian, Lac qui Parle Valley, MACCRAY, Yellow Medicine East), 9 a.m. Alexandria Invite (Renville County West), 9 a.m. Glencoe-Silver Lake Invite (Litchfield), 9 a.m. Swimming & Diving TRUE TEAM Section meet at Hutchinson (Willmar), diving, 9 a.m.; swimming 1 p.m. College Football JUNIOR COLLEGE Ridgewater vs. Minnesota West at Worthington, 1:30 p.m.
GRANITE FALLS -- Yellow Medicine East ran for 323 yards en route to trouncing Benson 41-0 in a West Central South conference game Friday night. Jerrod Lobdell rushed for 141 yards and two touchdowns for the Sting (4-1, 5-2). Luke Berg passed for a touchdown, a five-yard completion to Tom Jacobson to start the game, sparking YME to 41-0 halftime lead. Lobdell scored on runs of 20 and 27 yards in the first and second quarters, respectively.
LAKEVILLE -- Willmar's season came to an a end Thursday when the Cardinals were blanked by top-seeded Lakeville South in the Section 2A playoffs Thursday. Willmar, outshot 34-8, finished the season 4-18. Lakeville South 8, Willmar 0 Willmar (4-18).........................0 0 -- 0 Lakeville South (14-2-1).........4 4 -- 8 Shots on goal - Willmar: 8 ... Lakeville South: 34
WILLMAR -- Andrea Brown at singles and the Willmar pair of Allie Ellingson-Leslie Marcus earned spots in the Section 8AA tournament next week with impressive starts in the Sub-Section South tournament on Thursday. Brown. No. 1 singles this fall for Willmar, won three matches (losing only five games total) and will meet Central Lakes Conference rival Aryn Anderson of St. Cloud Tech today for the sub-section championship. Anderson, the No. 1 seed, handed Brown her only conference loss this season. Ellingson-Marcus will play for third place after going 2-1 at Gold's Gym. They lost to No.
WILLMAR -- Anna Fuglestad and Sarah Hund each posted two personal-bests as Willmar beat Rocori 103-17 in Central Lakes swimming Thursday. Fuglestad had a peronal best in the individual medley (2:43.42) and she and Hund tied for second in the 100 butterfly (1:13.76). Hund also had a best in the 100 backstroke (1:15.57). Section 2A true-team meet is Saturday at Hutchinson (diving 10 a.m.; swimming 1:30 p.m.). Each team is allowed four entries per event with places scoring. The team with ther most points advances to the true-team state meet Oct. 22 at the University of Minnesota.
ST. PETER -- Madeline Gail of Lac qui Parle Valley/Dawson-Boyd defeated Sara Kalenberg of Litchfield 6-2, 6-1 in the Section 3A individual singles tennis final Thursday. Both players will advance to the state individual tournament Oct. 28-29 at the Nicollet Courts in Minneapolis. In doubles, Paula Beckermann and Alyssa Wachter of New London-Spicer finished first. The Wildcat duo tipped the Redwood Valley tandem of Ana Johnson-Alissa Mattison 6-1, 6-2 in the final. Last fall, Beckermann, a senior, played singles and finished third in the section.