BRAINERD — St. Cloud Tech clinched the Central Lakes Conference boys soccer championship with a 3-1 win Friday over Brainerd.
“I’m very proud of the boys,” Tech coach Nantha Viswanathan said.
Mohamed Abdi, Ali Gelani and Khalid Gelani scored for the Tigers (7-0-2 Central Lakes, 12-1-2 overall), who led 2-0 at halftime.
Bryan Helminick finished with two saves for the Tigers, who had 19 shots.
ST. CLOUD APOLLO 2, ALEXANDRIA 1 (OT)
Abdinajeeb Yussuf scored on a header off of a Leighton Lommel corner kick in the second overtime period to lift St. Cloud Apollo to a Central Lakes Conference win over Alexandria at Apollo High School.
Suleimon Ali scored Apollo’s first goal, assisted by Logan Lommel, in the first half.
Danny Wieber made three saves in goal for the Eagles (12-3 overall).
ROCORI 4, FERGUS FALLS 1
FERGUS FALLS — Uriel Rodriguez finished with a goal and two assists to lead Rocori past Fergus Falls.
Jonathon Ward, Trevon Mattson and Jose Rubio also scored for the Spartans.
Mattson (two saves in the first half) and Ward (one in the second half) split time in goal for Rocori (3-6-0 Central Lakes, 4-8-1 overall).
ST. CLOUD CATHEDRAL 6, BECKER 0
Tanner Schmit recorded two goals and Colin Strong recorded a goal and two assists to lead Cathedral to a win at Whitney Fields.
The Crusaders finished (8-0 Granite Ridge Conference, 10-6 overall).
ST. CLOUD CATHEDRAL 1, LITTLE FALLS 0
LITTLE FALLS — Emily Walsh’s first-half goal was enough to keep the Crusaders ahead of the Flyers. K.J. Heinen made seven saves in the shutout.
The Crusaders (13-0-2) received their Granite Ridge Conference champion ship trophy following the game.
SAUK RAPIDS 3, WILLMAR 0
WILLMAR –– Mady Mohs scored a goal to lead the Storm to a Central Lakes Conference win over the Cardinals.
Marianna Blair and Brooke Lorentz also had goals for Sauk Rapids (7-4).
Megan Ackerman made five saves in the shutout.
BRAINERD 6, ST. CLOUD TECH 0
Ally Smith recorded a hat trick as Brainerd rolled past St. Cloud Tech at Husky Stadium.
The Warriors led 5-0 at halftime and Hannah Hatling made 12 saves for the Tigers (2-9 Central Lakes, 2-13 overall).