Hammer and Hagen provide cudgel in Cathedral triumph

Hammer and Hagen provide cudgel in Cathedral triumph


Hammer and Hagen provide cudgel in Cathedral triumph


Will Hammer and Myles Hagen each had goals as St. Cloud Cathedral beat St. John’s Prep 2-0 in Granite Ridge Conference boys soccer action Tuesday night at Whitney Park.

Patrick Krebsbach and Hayden Speaks.

Andres Almalza had two saves in net for the Crusaders, which led 1-0 at halftime and improved to 7-0-2 overall.

Little Falls 5, Becker 0

BECKER – Tim Infinger scored three goals as Little Falls defeated Becker in Granite Ridge Conference play.

Brothers Jake Loukinen and Riley Loukinen each had goals as well. Nathan Masog had two assists.

Gabe Ploof had three saves to pick up the win in net for the Flyers, who outshot the Bulldogs 15-3 in shots-on-net. Little Falls (2-0, 2-4-1) led 2-0 at halftime.

St. Cloud Tech 4, Willmar 2

WILLMAR – Brandon From and Mohamud Aden each had a goal in overtime as St. Cloud Tech downed Willmar in Central Lakes Conference action.

Andrew Eisenreich stopped seven shots for the Tigers (7-1).

Sartell 2, Sauk Rapids 1

SAUK RAPIDS – The score was knotted late in the second half when Zach Spanier scored the game-winning goal for the Sabres in a Central Lakes Conference victory.

Carter Kasianov notched Sartell’s other goal in the first half. Keeper Skylar Gardner made four saves to help the Sabres improve to 6-4 this season.

Erik Cooper scored the only goal of the game for the Storm.

St. Cloud Apollo 7, Alexandria 0

ALEXANDRIA – Six first-half goals were more than enough to secure the Eagles’ ninth win of the season as Apollo downed Alexandria in a Central Lakes Conference match.

Hamse Abdule, Said Gure and Sadik Ibrahim all had two goals for Apollo (9-1). Cooper Gray picked up the shutout, stopping five shots throughout the game.

St. Cloud Cathedral 5, St. John’s Prep 1

Junior Ellie Engel had three goals to lead the way as St. Cloud Cathedral defeated St. John’s Prep in a Granite Ridge Conference game at Whitney Park.

Freshman Maddie Curtis and senior Cia Strong had the other two goals for the Crusaders, who led 1-0 at halftime. Clare Culligan scored the lone goal for St. John’s Prep.

Mo Schroeder had 10 saves to pick up the win in net. Leah Schellinger had 20 saves for the Johnnies.

Little Falls 1, Becker 0

LITTLE FALLS – Eighth-grader Chelsea Moran scored the game’s lone goal to lift Little Falls past Becker on the Flyers’ home field.

Moran’s goal came in the 47th minute and was one of nine shots on goal for the Flyers (1-4, 1-6-1). The score also earned Little Falls its first win of the season.

Little Falls goalie ScottiJo Meyer finished with seven saves for the Flyers.

Sauk Rapids 1, Sartell 0

SARTELL – Kayla Bauer’s goal on a penalty kick in the 27th minute was the difference in Sauk Rapids’ Central Lakes Conference win against rival Sartell.

Storm goalkeeper Olivia Stockinger came up with eight saves in the shutout and Erin Deters finished with 12 saves for the Sabres.

The penalty kick came when Deters ran out to challenge Storm forward Nicole Partch. Deters slid, got more Partch than ball and was called for the foul.

“It was a pretty even match but I think we outhustled (Sartell) today,” said Sauk Rapids coach Kris Fremo. “It was our goal this week to outhustle our opponents.”

Willmar 0, St. Cloud Tech 0

St. Cloud Tech managed 10 shots on goal, but Willmar’s Jordan Martins stopped them all as the Tigers and Cardinals played to a scoreless overtime tie in Central Lakes Conference action at Husky Stadium.

Mackenzie Feeny had two saves for Tech (1-9-1).

Alexandria 1, St. Cloud Apollo 0

ALEXANDRIA Chelsey Salto scored the game’s lone goal at the 10:00 mark as Alexandria downed St. Cloud Apollo in Central Lakes Conference action.

Elizabeth Lowery had 10 saves in net for the Eagles.


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