SAUK RAPIDS – Mandela Ibrahim scored Sauk Rapids’ only goal with 10 minutes left in first half in a 1-1 nonconference tie against Rockford.
Dez Rip slotted the ball into the middle and Ibrahim shot it past the goalkeeper on the right side of the goal but Rockford tied the game with five minutes to go in regulation to force extra time.
The Storm put 14 shots on goal. Dean Wick had three saves in the first half and Ethan Baker relieved him at halftime, finishing with five saves.
Tech 5, Monticello 1
MONTICELLO – Moulid Keynen scored twice to lead St. Cloud
Brandon Fromm (assist), Jakob Alessio and Joey Froelich scored Tech’s other goals.
Mohamed Aden had two assists and Matt Shella-Stevens had an assist for Tech.
Tigers goalkeeper David Scharenbroich finished with five saves. Tech led 3-0 at halftime.
Sauk Rapids 3, Princeton 3
PRINCETON – Kaelyn Szymanski scored with 1:14 remaining in the second half to tie the game and help Sauk Rapids earn a tie against.
Maddy Mohs scored Sauk Rapids’ first goal with two minutes left in the first half and Ashley Raduns scored 15 seconds after halftime to make it 2-1 Sauk Rapids.
Emma Krueger had two assists for the Storm and Sauk Rapids goalkeeper Ashley Benoit finished with nine saves.
CATHEDRAL 4, APOLLO 1
Maddie Curtis scored two goals for the Crusaders who sailed past St. Cloud Apollo at Michie Field.
Haley Staska scored the Eagles’ only goal.
TECH 1, MONTICELLO 1
MONTICELLO – The Tigers peppered nine shots on goal but Emily Dorn’s kick at the 60-minute mark was the lone shot to find the net.
Mackenzie Feeny stopped six shots for Tech (0-0-1).
LITCHFIELD 3, CATHEDRAL 0
Rylee Medelberg had nine kills and three blocks to lead St. Cloud Cathedral, which fell in three sets to the Dragons at Cathedral High School.
Litchfield won 25-22, 26-24, 25-22.
In addition, Morgan Prom tallied 15 set assists and two ace serves for the Crusaders (0-1).
Wayzata 5, Tech 2
PLYMOUTH – St. Cloud Tech’s Katelyn Tarrolly won 7-5, 6-4 at No. 2 singles, but Wayzata took care of the Tigers in nonconference play.
Leah Wurm got Tech’s other win at No. 3 singles (6-3, 6-2) but the fifth-ranked Trojans swept doubles play.
PIERZ – Kelsey Moulzolf was the lone singles winner on the day for the Pioneers with a 6-3, 6-0 victory over Pine City’s Rachel Krautbauer at No. 2 singles.
The Pioneers fell to Crosby-Ironton, 5-2, and Pine City, 5-2.
Shelbie Bozer and Steph Brill paired up at No. 1 doubles and won both of their matches to highlight the Pioneers, who dropped both nonconference match ups.
Sauk Rapids 111, Holdingford 74
SAUK RAPIDS – Jackie Braun posted a 207.85 in the diving competition to lead Sauk Rapids past Holdingford.
Bailey Olson won the 100 backstroke with a time of 1:15.79 and Sabel Omzongkot won the 100 freestyle in 1:02.34 for the Storm.
Megan Auger won the 200 IM (2:37.60) and the 500 freestyle (6:17.46) for the Huskers.
MONTICELLO 96, FOLEY 85.
FOLEY – Kasey Milstroh set a pool record with her first place time of 54.53 in the 50 freestyle, but it was not enough as the Falcons fell to Monticello in their opening meet of the season.
The Magic broke two pool records with a 1:59.08 in the 200 medley relay, and a 109.12 in the 100 breaststroke.