Saturday sports roundup: Lady Jays split a pair
Saturday sports roundup:
West vs. A-R, St. Cloud
COON RAPIDS -- The Minnesota West Lady Jays split a pair of volleyball matches Friday and Saturday, beating Anoka-Ramsey in three sets on Friday before losing to St. Cloud Tech in five sets on Saturday.
The Jays rolled past A-R on scores of 25-15, 25-12 and 25-15. Kiana Leighty had seven kills as Tyra Medicine Horn had five and Alanna Goetzinger four. Emma Woelber had 22 set assists, and Grace Woelber had 21 digs.
St. Cloud Tech defeated West 19-25, 25-14, 25-21, 16-25 and 15-11. Leighty contributed nine kills and 15 digs. Medicine Horn and Paetyn Smit added 11 and eight kills, respectively. Emma Woelber had 33 set assists and Grace Woelber had 21 digs.
The Lady Jays host Century College on Monday.
High school football
Wabasso 34, Adrian 0
WABASSO -- Host Wabasso outscored Adrian 20-0 in the first quarter and went on to produce a shutout against Adrian.
Nick Marotzke rushed 14 times for 103 yards for the Rabbits, who out-gained the Dragons 174 to 98 yards on the ground and passed for 116 yards compared to Adrian's 13.
Brandon Schnoor rushed 22 times for 82 yards to pace the AHS offense.
Adrian 0 0 0 0 -- 0
Wabasso 20 0 7 7 -- 34
Faribault 5, Worthington 1
WORTHINGTON -- Visiting Faribault outscored Worthington 4-0 in the first half and held on for victory.
Senior forward Shaelly Zuniga scored the Trojans’ lone goal in the second half off a cross, and Clara Rodas got the assist. Mercedes Huerta scored four of Faribault’s five goals.
Adamari Rangel had several breakaway opportunities for the Trojans, but she wasn’t able to finish.
Worthington played the game absent several varsity players, forcing some junior varsity players into the game.
Faribault 4 1 -- 5
Worthington 0 1 -- 1
Faribault 3, Worthington 2
FARIBAULT -- Jose Aguirre and Jesus Lozano scored goals for Worthington at Faribault, but it wasn’t enough as the Falcons emerged with a one-goal victory.
Aguirre’s goal was in the first half, and it was assisted by Loddy Thepmontry. Lozano scored his goal in the second half, assisted by Guadalupe Padilla.
Faribault led 3-1 before Lozano scored.
WHS head coach Juan Flores said mistakes cost his team in the first half. Faribault’s first goal was scored when Worthington’s goalkeeper and a defender were both going for the ball. But both backed away when the other player called for it. The second goal came on a corner kick when a Faribault player was left uncovered in front of the net.
Worthington 1 1 -- 2
Faribault 2 1 -- 3