Doug Wolter is the Daily Globe sports editor. He served as sports reporter, then sports editor, news editor and finally managing editor at the Daily Globe for 22 years before leaving for seven years to work as night news editor at the Mankato Free Press in Mankato. Doug now lives in Worthington with his wife, Sandy. They have three children and seven grandchildren. Doug, retired after a lengthy career in fast-pitch softball, enjoys reading, strumming his acoustic guitar and hanging around his grandchildren. He also writes books on fiction. Two of his stories, "The Genuine One" and "The Old Man in Section 129" have been distributed through a national publisher.
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WORTHINGTON -- Andrew Huber has taken part in many individual battles while running cross country for Worthington High School. In a recent race at Tracy, the junior saw himself having to fight off Adrian senior Brady Henning at the front of the pack. Huber won by a tenth of a second, finishing the 5,000-meter course in 17:49.3 and proving once again that he’s got more than mere endurance going for him when in running shoes.
BY AARON HAGEN The Globe WORTHINGTON -- Head coach Gene Lais knew his Worthington football team was up against a tough Marshall team in Friday’s home opener. And while the Trojans had their opportunities at times against the Tigers, Marshall came away with a 56-0 victory.
WORTHINGTON -- It feels good to be a Minnesota West Bluejay right now. The volleyball team is winning consistently and the football team is coming off a satisfying 30-23 win over Mesabi Range. “There are a lot of freshmen here. But we came in here learning a lot of things quick,” said Steven Lucas Jr., a first-year defensive back from Detroit.
The Luverne Cardinals varsity volleyball team is 8-2. You can throw out the team’s latest loss, which happened Thursday in Marshall, because, well, the Tigers beat everybody. Fact is, Luverne has a pretty good outfit this fall after posting a 13-12-2 record in 2016. And head coach Susie Bork is a familiar commodity, having moved just a few miles down the road after heading the Hills-Beaver Creek program for the previous three years.
WORTHINGTON -- It wasn’t an overwhelming performance, but it was good enough against a team that thrives on defense. The Worthington High School boys soccer team outscored New Ulm 4-1 in the first half Thursday night at Trojan Field -- with three goals by senior Edwin Hernandez -- and held on for a 4-1 win. Though the scoring didn’t come in bunches, and no goals were scored in the entire second half, the Trojans moved to 9-0 on the season while dropping the Eagles to 2-3-3.
SLAYTON -- Murray County Central surprised a lot of people last year in reaching Minnesota’s Class A state football tournament, and Zach Aanenson was a major reason why. Now a senior running back/linebacker/defensive end on the 2017 Rebel team, Aanenson continues to be both a major contributor and a leader.
WORTHINGTON -- Look out! The Marshall Tigers are coming to town. The Worthington Trojans football team will find itself a distinct underdog on Friday when it hosts the Marshall Tigers, who are once again -- as they were last year -- a southwest Minnesota powerhouse. Marshall is 2-0 with a 70-0 victory over Albert Lea and a 58-0 win over Belle Plaine.
WORTHINGTON -- The bottom line: It was there, so the Bluejays took it.
NEW ULM -- For the second game out of two, first-half blues hit the Worthington Trojans varsity football team Friday night. The Trojans, one week after falling behind host Jordan 44-0 in the first half en route to a 51-21 loss in their season-opener, succumbed to the host New Ulm Eagles 44-16 after falling behind 25-0 before the first two quarters elapsed in New Ulm.
WORTHINGTON -- After the Minnesota West Bluejays football team lost 28-12 to Central Lakes in their season and home opener last Saturday, players were nevertheless convinced they had the makings of a competitive outfit. Now comes the next step: winning a game.