For part 1 of a two-part Week 7 preview, Curt and Jake take a look at two of the top matchups in a blockbuster Friday of games. Two of the top teams in Class A and AA, respectively, go at it when BOLD plays host to ACGC, while BBE and KMS also face each other this weekend.
SARTELL - Minnewaska pushed top-seed Osakis to the brink but the Silverstreaks prevailed 4-3 in the Section 5A championship match on Wednesday at the Sta Fit Club. Osakis won three singles matches and gained a point at No. 3 doubles to hold off the Lakers. Karra Hanson got Minnewaska's win at No. 3 singles and the doubles teams of Greta Reichmann and Anna Vold (No. 1) and Alissa Thorfinnson and Cammy Mithun (No. 2) picked up the Lakers' other points.
It's hard to believe it's already here, but the soccer section tournaments are underway this week. Curt and Jake take a look at third-seed Willmar, which advanced to the quarterfinals on Tuesday.
WILLMAR - The Cardinal Pride Hall of Fame inducted six new members on Oct. 6 in conjunction with Willmar's Homecoming game against St. Cloud Apollo. The 2017 Class is: Lane Erickson; John Nelson; Deryl Ramey; Steve Schneider; Gene Spaulding; and Gayne Stone Tribune photographer Erica Dischino captured images from the reception and induction ceremony.
Curt and Jake have done plenty of football watching over the past few weeks, and now their worlds are colliding. They spend time on this week's show attempting to compare area football teams to their NFL counterparts.
WILLMAR - The Cardinal Pride Hall of Fame will induct six new members on Oct. 6 in conjunction with Willmar's Homecoming game against St. Cloud Apollo at 7 p.m. at Hodapp Field. The 2017 Class is: Lane Erickson • 8 varsity letters in 3 sports: football, basketball and baseball • All-Area in basketball in 1963 and 1964 • All-Region in basketball 1964 • All-Area in football in 1963 and All-Conference in football in 1963 and 1964 • Hengstler-Ranweiler Award in 1965 John Nelson
Prep football season is halfway done. Curt and Jake take a look at the action through the first four weeks and rank the top six teams in the area for this week's show.
With the volleyball regular season at about its halfway point, Curt and Jake take a look at some of the top contenders from the area.
WILLAR — The Ridgewater football team fell behind early and couldn't catch up in a 34-17 loss to Dakota College-Bottineau on Saturday at Hodapp Field. The Warriors trailed 6-3 after the first quarter but DCB scored two touchdowns in the second quarter to take a 21-3 lead into halftime. The Jacks led 28-10 after three quarters. DCB's Elijah Todd ran for 204 yards and two TDs and the Jacks ran for 326 yards and threw for 147 yards. On defense, the Jacks registered eight sacks, led y Tyler Gay with four.
WILLMAR — The Ridgewater volleyball team prevailed over Rochester on Friday but the result was a bit of a shocker, especially to the Yellowjackets. Ridgewater won in three sets, two decisively, 25-12, 28-26 and 25-10. "We were the beneficiaries of uncharacteristic errors by Rochester," said Ridgewater head coach Joe Sussenguth. "I know they will play at a higher level when we see them at the end of October."