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Tuesday sports roundup: Trojans handed rare conference boys soccer loss

Tuesday high school sports roundup: Boys Soccer St. Peter 3, Worthington 2 ST. PETER -- St. Peter gave Worthington it's first boys soccer conference loss in two years. The Trojans struck first as Ammanuel Ohja had a beautiful touch on a cross to ...

Tuesday high school sports roundup:

Boys Soccer St. Peter 3, Worthington 2ST. PETER -- St. Peter gave Worthington it’s first boys soccer conference loss in two years. The Trojans struck first as Ammanuel Ohja had a beautiful touch on a cross to score in the opening minutes.  

St. Peter was able to equalize the score on a poor clearance by the Trojans. The Saints added two more goals in the second half, before Victor Alvarez brought the game within a goal, with an assist from Jon Keodouangsy.

“We never settled in, and never took over the midfield.” Juan Flores stated. “They played the game we want to play.”

St. Peter had four shots on goal, while Worthington had five. The difference maker in the game was capitalizing on opportunity. St.Peter capitalized on all its chances, except a penalty kick which was blocked by senior goalkeeper Ben Lopez.

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Worthington head coach Juan Flores said he hoped loss can be used it as wake-up call to get back to its winning culture.

St. Peter -- 1 2 -- 3Worthington -- 1 1 -- 2 Volleyball RRC 3, Worthington 0 LAMBERTON -- A balanced Red Rock Central team beat the Worthington Trojans 26-24, 25-15 and 25-12.

Karli Arkell was 25-for-26 serving with an ace, and she also had six kills. Kennedi Janssen was 12-for-14 from the serving line and had 16 set assists. Kaitlyn Rindfleisch and Kierra Highby had 10 and nine kills, respectively. Haley Simonson had 14 set assists with nine digs. Nicole Schroepfer had 16 digs and Bianca Weis had 13.

For Worthington, Sophie Wietzema had five kills while Maya Scheitel-Taylor and Gracie Barber both had four. Anna Meyer was 9-for-9 serving, and Kara Thuringer and Payton Sauerbrei both were 7-for-7.

Steph Bauman had 10 set assists. Sauerbrei had 14 digs, and Scheitel-Taylor and Wietzema both had two blocks.

HL-O 3, W-WG 0 OKABENA -- Hailey Liepold had 15 kills, went 8-for-11 with four aces, and added four blocks for Heron Lake-Okabena as it beat Westbrook-Walnut Grove.

Game Scores were 25-15, 25-13, and 25-15.

Grace Kilian was 22-for-23 with two aces as she led the Wildcats from the service line. Sam Freking led HL-O in digs with 23, and Elly Bang had 23 set assists, and five blocks.

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Ellsworth 3, Edgerton 1 ELLSWORTH -- Kallie Chapa had 16 digs and three solo blocks to help Ellsworth to a four-set victory over Edgerton Public. Scores were 18-25, 25-17, 25-10, 25-20.

Ashlyn Meester had seven kills and Sierra Smith had four. Liz Chapa served four aces and Kendra DeBeer served three. Morgan Dreesen came up with 37 set assists. Liz Chapa also had 12 digs.

For Edgerton, Courtney Fey was 13-for-14 serving with one ace, also being credited with two blocks and 16 set assists. Jastin Pena was 13-for-15 with one ace.

Paetyn Smit had 15 kills, Reese Wassink had two blocks and Madison Heard had 16 digs.

Luverne 3, MCW 0 LUVERNE -- Tacey Baustian put all 11 of her serves in play with an ace, ahs she had 10 set assists as Luverne swept Martin County West 25-23, 25-16 and 25-9.

Greta Ahrendt had seven kills and was 11-for-12 serving. Mackenzie Petersen was credited with 14 digs and Mallory Thorson added 10.

Luverne (10-11) travels to play Worthington on Thursday.

MCC 3, SWC 2 EDGERTON -- In five tough sets, Murray County Central recovered after losing the first two. Southwest Christian opened with 25-23 and 25-18 set wins. But MCC won the last three, 25-15, 25-16 and 15-6.

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Alyssa Groves had 14 kills and Elise Rohrer 13 for MCC. Laney Brown had 17 digs and Danielle Kuball had six ace serves.

Liz Prins was 15-for-16 serving with seven points for SWC, and teammate Holly Vis was 16-for-17 with eight points. Jaz Prins had 19 kills and Maren Nerem four blocks. Jaz Prins had 16 digs and Sommer Schaap had 39 set assists.

H-BC 3, Fulda 0 HILLS -- Sidney Fick had 16 kills, was 11-for-12 serving with two aces, had five digs, and two blocks as she powered Hills-Beaver Creek past Fulda.

Game scores were 25-12, 25-10, and 25-21.

Madison Spath was 11-for-12 serving with three aces, and five digs. Whitney Elbers had nine kills and three blocks, while Grace Bundesen had nine kills. Kailey Rozeboom had a match-high 20 set assists for the Patriots.

Evany Luna connected on all six of her serves and had two aces for the Raiders. Luna added 11 digs and two blocks, While teammates Emily Madison and Kelsey Fuerstenberg added four kills each. Chrissy Hermeling had nine set assists, and seven digs.

Adrian 3, MLA/C 0 MOUNTAIN LAKE -- Kasie Tweet was 17-for-18 serving with 8 aces for Adrian as it beat Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey.

Game scores were 25-20, 25-16, and 25-12.

Avery Balster was a perfect 18-for-18 serving with four aces. Mayssa Tweet had 11 digs. Miah Kunkel, Bailey Lonneman, and Marissa Lennhoff all had 9 kills for the Dragons.

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