NEW LONDON -- Renae Henjum posted a triple-double of 21 points, 11 blocks and 10 rebounds to ignite New London-Spicer to a 54-44 West Central North Conference triump Tuesday over St. Cloud Cathedral. The Wildcats (1-0, 2-2) also got 11 rebounds and nine points from Jenn Wendlandt. Linda Rothstein led the Crusaders (0-1, 1-2) with 12 points and eight steals. New London-Spicer 54, St. Cloud Cathedral 44 SC Cathedral (0-1, 1-2) 20 24 -- 44 NL-Spicer (1-0, 2-2) 29 25 -- 54 ST. CLOUD CATHEDRAL - 14-63 FG (1-9 3 pt); 13-23 FT; 47 rebounds; 17 fouls ...
Result Tuesday Central Lakes St. Cloud Apollo 4, River Lakes 2 Alex Naujokas scored both River Lakes goals, which occurred in the third period and both on power plays. The Stars amassed 34 shots on goal. River Lakes fell to 0-1 in the Central Lakes Conference and 1-3 overall. SC Apollo (1-1, 1-2)............0 2 2 -- 4 River Lakes (0-1, 1-3).........0 0 2 -- 2 FIRST PERIOD - no scoring available SECOND PERIOD - no scoring available THIRD PERIOD - RL: Alex Naujokas (Blake Williamson) pp, 3:09 ... RL: Naujokas (unassisted) pp, 5:43 Goalie saves - St.
WILLMAR -- Behind four goals and three assists from junior forward Katelyn Dold, St.
Sophomore Ashley Olson and freshman Jackie Noyes of Ridgewater College's 2006 national champion volleyball team have been named to the NJCAA Division III All-America First Team. Olson is a 5-foot-7 outside hitter from Murdock, who also started on Ridgewater's 2005 national runner-up. Noyes is a 6-foot middle hitter from Ghent, who last year played for Minneota's Class A runner-up team.
College of St. Catherine junior guard Rachel Berglund of Dawson was named the MIAC Player of the Week in women's basketball after averaging 18.0 points and 4.0 rebounds last week. Berglund helped lead the unbeaten Wildcats (4-0) to wins over Bethel and Macalester. She has led the Wildcats in scoring in each of their four wins and is currently the MIAC's leading scorer at 20 ppg.
The Willmar wrestling team opens its home schedule with a triangular against Little Falls and Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg starting at 5 p.m. today. The Cardinals and Flyers begin the action, then Little Falls wrestles KMS, followed by Willmar and KMS.
GRANITE FALLS -- Yellow Medicine East staged a late rally to overtake Lakeview 64-63 in a non-conference boys basketball game on Monday. Down 54-45 with four minutes left, the Sting (2-0) picked up the defensive pressure to outscore the Lakers 19-9 down the stretch. With 33 seconds left and still down by one, YME ran a play and got off a good shot that didn't fall. But Taylor Tollefson was fouled on the rebound and got two shots. He made both to put his team up 64-63.
GROVE CITY -- Brittany Smith had 20 points and four other players scored in double figures as Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City beat E.C.H.O. Charter 100-14 in a non-conference girls basketball game Monday. E.C.H.O. Charter, in only its second year of existence, made just five field goals and was outscored 67-8 in the first half. Toni Litzau added 11 points while Kristen Whitcomb, Kjersten Karlsgodt and Lauren Kinzler all pumped in 10 more each for ACGC. ACGC 100, E.C.H.O. 14 E.C.H.O. Charter (0-3) 8 6 -- 14 ACGC (2-1) 67 33 -- 100 E.C.H.O.
Volleyball All-MCCC Jackie Noyes, Ashley Olson All-Southern Division Jackie Noyes, Ashley Olson, Laura Suter All-Division Second Team Hilary Groothuis MCCC All-Tournament Team Hilary Groothuis, Brittany Haas, Ashley Olson All-NJCAA Tournament Hilary Groothuis, Jackie Noyes, Ashley Hennen NJCAA Tournament MVP Ashley Olson NJCAA Division III All-America First team: Ashley Olson, Jackie Noyes Team results Southern Division champion (7-0); MCCC runner-up; Region 13A champion; NJCAA Division III champion; Final record: 35-4 All-MCCC Anoka Ramsey -- Anna Block Central Lake
Late results Saturday Monticello Duals Minnewaska won its final two duals to place ninth. Sam Goracke pinned all four of his opponents at 152 pounds. The Lakers also got three wins from Justin Frederick at 125, Jon Tatro at 135/140 and Dan Braaten at 145. Team scores Pool Matches Albany 36, Minnewaska 30 Big Lake 51, Minnewaska 15 Minnewaska 42, St. Cloud Apollo 24 Ninth Place Minnewaska 48, North Branch 30 How area wrestlers fared Key: (Weight, name, won-loss, falls) Minnewaska 103: Gage Sachs 2-2 (2) ... 112: Grant Winter 2-2 (1) .... 119: Open ...