PROCTOR – Katie Stuttgen scored 9:10 into the second half as Sartell beat Proctor 1-0 in nonconference girls soccer on Saturday. It is the Sabres’ first win at Proctor in 10 years.
Greta Evavold had the assist on Stuttgen’s goal. Proctor outshot the Sabres (3-1-1 overall), 10-8.
Sartell goalkeeper Erin Deters stopped a penalty kick seven minutes after the goal.
Glenwood City (Wis.) 28, Melrose 20
CHASKA – The Dutchmen scored with about four minutes left and recovered the ensuing on-side kick, but their drive to tie the game stalled inside Glenwood City territory and the Hilltoppers ran out the clock for the nonconference win.
Senior Isaac Sawyer scored on a 1-yard run and junior Seth Noll caught a 46-yard touchdown pass for Melrose for the game’s points in the fourth quarter.
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GC — Adam Holmquist 10 run (Nick Mrudt run)
M — Seth Noll 13 run (Trevor Sawyer kick)
GC — Jeff Kopacuz 9 run (Charles Schackett kick)
GC — Matt Schouten 8 run (kick failed)
GC — Isaac Tuttle 57 run (Schackett kick)
M — Noll 46 pass from Isaac Sawyer (kick failed)
M — I. Sawyer 1 run (T. Sawyer kick)
Rushing: M — Victor Scherping 4-48, Noll 10-36, T. Sawyer 5-9, Gaven Sand 1-2, I. Sawyer 10-(-37); GC — Tuttle 11-104, Kopacuz 13-80, Holmquist 16-63, Nick Murdtt 16-30, Schouten 1-8, Austin Moe 2-3.
Passing: M — I. Sawyer 14-22-0 195; GC — Murdtt 5-8-0 89.
Receiving: M — Ryan Elfering 4-38, Noll 3-66, T. Sawyer 3-49, Blake Gerads 2-24, Anthony Welle 2-20; GC — Riley Knops 2-15, Jacob Hielmeier 1-46, Tuttle 1-20, Schouten 1-8.
Bernie Rolle Invitational
The St. Cloud Cathedral team of seniors Erin Stocker and Greta Egerman went 6-0 to win the doubles title of the round robin invitational. Hibbing won the team title with 28 points. Teams accumulated points with wins by their individuals in the six-team tournament.
This was the 30th year that the tournament has been held.
Team scores: 1. Hibbing 28; 2. (tie) Buffalo and Princeton 24; 4. St. Cloud Cathedral 17; 5. Sartell 7; 6. St. Cloud Apollo 6.
PINE CITY – Foley won five individual titles and ran away with the team championship at the Eberhart Tournament.
Abby Kantor won the No. 1 singles title, winning the title match 6-0, 7-6 (6).
Hattie Scott (No. 2 singles), Kayla McIver (No. 4 singles), Sarah Dotzler/Lizzy Latterall (No. 2 doubles) and Danae Wennerberg/Auggie Gorecki (No. 3 doubles) won titles for the Falcons.
Kiah Marschal took second in No. 2 singles to lead Pierz.
Team scores: 1. Foley 34; 2. Eveleth-Gilbert 25; 3. Viginia 22; 4. Pine City 19; 5. Pierz and Crosby-Ironton 13; 7. Aitkin, 9; 8. Mora 5.
LITCHFIELD – Ashton Haider had 27 kills and 23 digs in the tournament for Sartell, which went 2-2.
The Sabres (3-5 overall) lost to Dassel-Cokato and Cambridge 2-0 in each match but beat Annandale (2-1) and Little Falls (2-0).
Noelle Kurkowski led Little Falls with 18 kills, 10 ace serves and 36 digs.
The Flyers also lost to Litchfield (2-0) and Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City (2-1), but beat Paynesville (2-0).
MORRIS – Tournament MVP Jenna Langer had 33 kills and 27 digs as Long Prairie-Grey Eagle won the title.
The Thunder went undefeated without losing a game against Holdingford, Lac qui Parle Valley, Minnewaska and Morris.
Holdingford went 3-1 and finished fourth with wins against Lac qui Parle Valley, Hancock and St. Cloud Apollo. The Huskers were led by Alyssa Ohman, who had 20 kills.
S.C. Christian 3, PACT 0
RAMSEY – Senior Toria Gillson had eight kills and eight digs, sophomore Lauren Gillson had five digs and four ace serves and senior Laura Knoblach added five digs, eight set assists and five ace serves to lead the Warriors (2-1). St. Cloud Christian won by scores of 26-24, 25-6 and 25-21.
Mound Westonka Invitational
MOUND – Sauk Rapids went 3-1 and finished third. The Storm (4-5 overall) beat Becker, Rockford and St. Anthony Village and lost to Mound-Westonka.
ALEXANDRIA – Stephanie Ellis won all three of her matches at No. 2 singles for Sauk Centre, which went 1-2. The Mainstreeters (10-2 overall) lost 6-1 to Alexandria and 5-2 to Holy Family Catholic, but beat Crookston 4-3.