ST. FRANCIS—The Lake Region Christian School boys soccer team earned a split in the first day of the St. Francis Tournament. The Hornets defeated Chisago 3-0, and fell to Rosemount by a 4-0 score. Lake Region 3 Chisago 0 Lake Region 0 Rosemount 4 Conference: LR . Overall: LR . Next: Lake Region Christian at St. Francis Tournament Saturday, Sept 15.
UNDERWOOD—Matt Steege rushed for two touchdowns and Verndale finished with 339 yards of offense in a 28-0 win over Underwood on Friday, Sep 14. The third-ranked Pirates held the fourth-ranked Rockets to 115 total yards of offense. Steege put the first points on the board in the second quarter with a 5-yard scamper. Tate Bounds scored from 1 yard out in the third quarter, and Steege and Craig Orlando both rushed for touchdowns in the fourth quarter. Jarret Kveton led Verndale in rushing with 111 yards on 20 attempts.
LITTLE FALLS—Isaiah Sloan of Little Falls put up the Flyers' only score of the night as they fell 36-8 to the Albany Huskies Friday, Sept. 14. Sloan opened the scoring in the East Central North Subdistrict game with a 32-yard run for a touchdown and a run for the two-point conversion. Sloan rushed 13 times for 43 yards. Albany 16 8 6 6—36 Little Falls 8 0 0 0—8 First quarter LF-Isaiah Sloan 32 run (Sloan conversion) 8:47 A-Carter Kotzer 10 run (Kotzer conversion) 4:27 A-Gabe Zierden 2 run (Will Mergen conversion) 0:34
PERHAM—Cale Wolf tossed four touchdown passes for the Pequot Lakes Patriots in a 34-32 loss to the Perham Yellowjackets Friday, Sept. 14, in a Midwest Red Subdistrict game. Three of Wolf's scoring strikes went to Bode Magnuson and the fourth to Dylin Ackerman. Zach Jorgens ran for the other Patriot score. Perham led 14-12 at halftime, but Pequot tallied 20 unanswered points in the second half to lead 32-14.
VIRGINIA—Quin Miller rushed for a touchdown, and threw a pass to Owen Miller for a score as the Aitkin Gobblers moved to 3-0 with a 14-12 win over Virginia in a Northeast District game Friday, September 14. The Gobblers stopped the Blue Devils on a two-point conversion with just over two minutes left in the game to preserve the win. Quin Miller's 4-yard run in the second quarter opened the scoring, and the pass from Quin Miller to Owen Miller in the fourth quarter turned out to be the game winner. Aitkin 0 6 0 8 — 14
WADENA—The Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines, led by Payton Rondestvedt, scored by land and by air in a 34-6 win over United North Central on Friday, Sept. 14. Hunter Hawkins caught a 55-yard scoring pass from Rondestvedt in the first quarter, and Max Phillips scored on a 31-yard pass from Rondestvedt in the second quarter. Colby Schertler also dashed for scores of 6 and 11 yards, and the Wolverines led 28-0 at the half.
Area events Saturday HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL Crosby-Ironton Little Falls, Pine River-Backus, Verndale in Barb Neprud Tournament at Crosby 9 a.m. Lake Region Christian at St. Francis Tournament COLLEGE FOOTBALL Central Lakes vs. Vermilion at Ely 1:30 p.m. GIRLS TENNIS Moorhead, Thief River Falls at Brainerd Triangular 10 a.m. Crosby-Ironton, Pequot Lakes, Staples-Motley, Wadena-Deer Creek in Mid-State Conference dual meet tournament at Staples and Wadena 9 a.m. BOYS SOCCER
Crosby-Ironton senior Shyanne Loiland on Thursday, Sept. 13, verbally committed to attend Weber State University next season to play basketball. Loiland will sign her letter of intent Nov. 14 in the Ranger Gym at Crosby-Ironton High School. Loiland is a two-time all-Mid-State Conference selection. Last season she averaged 16.4 points, 7.6 rebounds and 4.2 steals a game to help C-I to a 17-11 record. Weber State is in Ogden, Utah, and is a member of the Big Sky Conference.
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TROMMALD—A 36-year-old woman suffered injury Wednesday, Sept. 12, when the vehicle she was in crashed on a dirt road in Trommald. The Crow Wing County Sheriff's Office reported Donald Bartel, 43, Brainerd, was driving on a dirt road, known as Iverson Road, when he lost control of the vehicle, causing it to strike an embankment and overturn. Bartel was not injured, but his passenger, Rebekah Rohde of Brainerd, was transported by private vehicle to an unknown hospital with a possible shoulder injury.