NEW ULM - The Willmar WarHawks managed just 20 shots against New Ulm and Steel goalie Ryan Kenny turned them all back in a 1-0 win on Friday at the New Ulm Civic Center. The Steel's Tom Reilly scored the game's lone goal on an assist from Alec Moser at 16:31 of the second period. Kenny had seven saves in both the first and third periods and he made six stops in the second. Willmar goalie Luke Fry was almost as good, stopping 24 of the Steel's 25 shots. Both teams were 0-for-2 on the power play.
UNDERWOOD — The KMS volleyball team won two of four matches, including a two-set win over Sebeka in the fifth-place match at the Underwood Invitational on Thursday. The Saints also defeated Verndale but suffered losses to Underwood and Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley. KMS' Haylee Johnson had 23 kills and Lauren Krieger had 20 kills. Alex Walsh had 16 kills and two blocks, Lydia Wagner had 15 kills, and Mallory Rudningen had 70 set assists. Underwood Invite Team scores
For this week's football show, the guys take one of the most popular sports-related games and bring it to prep football. Curt and Jake go position-by-position and list off their picks for this week's fantasy football teams made up of area players. The final week of the regular season takes place on Wednesday.
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.