Prep roundup: SJP nails 2-0 soccer win

Prep roundup: SJP nails 2-0 soccer win


Prep roundup: SJP nails 2-0 soccer win


PRINSBURG – St. John’s Prep scored goals seven minutes apart in the second half and went on to beat Central Minnesota Christian 2-0 in a boys high school soccer match Friday.

Connor Stark-Haws scored the first goal for the Johnnies on a penalty kick. Luke Teigen followed that up with a goal on an assist from R.J. Alpers. Caz Novak stopped six shots to earn the shutout for St. John’s Prep (8-4).


MANKATO – St. Cloud Christian came back from an 0-2 deficit to get the Immanuel Lutheran in a Christian Athletic League win. Game scores were 16-25, 23-25, 25-14, 25-18 and 15-4.

Senior Toria Gillson had 15 digs, 10 kills, two blocks and two service aces and senior Laura Knoblauch added 13 digs, four kills, two blocks and 21 set assists for the Warriors (3-1 Christian Athletic League, 5-1 overall).

G.C. Lumberjacks 4,
North Iowa 1

SAUK RAPIDS – Eric Miller scored the go-ahead goal five minutes into the third period and assisted on two others for the Granite City Lumberjacks in a win against North Iowa at Sports Arena East.

Alex Koopmeiners put the Lumberjacks on the board and assisted on Miller’s goal. Drew Otto and Aaron Azevedo added third-period goals.

Scott Murray finished with 25 saves for Granite City, which outshot North Iowa 40-26.

Southwest Minn. St. 3,
St. Cloud State 0

MARSHALL – Southwest Minnesota State, ranked No. 4 in the American Volleyball Coaches Association Division II poll, swept St. Cloud State in an NSIC match. The Mustangs (3-1 NSIC, 10-1 overall) won 25-10, 25-18, 25-15.

Freshman middle hitter Kellan Flynn had 10 kills and junior Ellie Dietzen had six kills and four blocks for the Huskies (1-3, 5-7).

Wisconsin-Eau Claire Invitational

COLFAX, Wis. – Matt Scherber, a senior and Sartell High School graduate, took 11th place to lead the St. John’s cross country team to a fifth place finish in the 17-team invitational.

Scherber had a time of 25 minutes, 43 seconds. Junior John Subialka was 22nd (26:01) and freshman Thomas Feichtinger was 37th (26:14) for the Johnnies.


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