Prinsburg squad falls to Vikings, 3-0 PDF Print E-mail

There were a few anxious moments in the first match — before Minneota pulled the game out, 26-24.

Then the 8-1 Vikings went on to beat Central Minnesota Christian of Prinsburg in a Thursday matchup, 26-24; 25-8 and 25-9. They are now 3-0 in the Camden Conference and play Saturday in the Jackson, MN tournament.

Other conference scores include:

Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 3, Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 2

18-25; 26-24; 25-16; 26-28, 15-6

Canby 3, Dawson-Boyd 0

25-18; 25-15; 26-24

Renville County West 3, MACCRAY 2

25-11; 22-25; 12;25; 25-15; 15-8

Russel-Tyler-Ruthton 3, Lincoln HI 1

14-25; 25-15; 25-22; 25-20

MINNEOTA Statistics:

SERVING: (No., good, aces) Kelsey Hennen 20-20-8; Taya Kockelman 6-4-1; Ashlynn Muhl 12-9-4; Jenna Hennen 11-11-1; Haylee Davis 11-10-2; Katelyn Knack 15-13-1.

KILLS: Muhl12, DAvis 9, Jennea Hennen 3, Kockelman 3, Rachel Cheadle 3.

DIGS: Jenna Hennen 10, Davis 9, Kelsey Hennen 8, kack 6.

SET ASSISTS: Kockelman 26.

BLOCKS: Muhl 4, Kockelman, Sara Maeyaert, Jenna Hennen 1 each.

Rough day at Marshall for CC teams PDF Print E-mail

On the right is Meghan Travis of Minneota.

Both Canby-Minneota-Lincoln HI boys and gimeghan travisirls had a rough day at Marshall on Monday.
Leah Jessen finished third and Sariah Cheadle ninth for the girls. Nick Stoks was third for the boys. Nobody else made the top 10 runners list.
Both teams were missing players from the teams.

MARSHALL GIRLS MEET: 1. Adrian 28; 2. Redwood Valley 56; 3. Canby-Minneota-Lincoln HI 70; 4. Marshall 72; 5. Worthington 163; 6. SCM 167; 7. Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 171.
CML: 3. Leah Jessen, 15:49; 9. Sariah Cheadle, 16:22; 19. Ashley Grengs, 17:35; 20. Erin Kamrath, 17:44; 37. Haily Citrowske, 18:48.
GIRLS JV: Redwood Valley 26; CML 30. CML: 8. Megan Travis, 19:37; 15. Sofia Rabaey, 20.41.

Running for his dad, Crowe wins bug race PDF Print E-mail
By Byron Higgcrowein
Mascot Sports Editor

Patrick Crowe isn’t shy about why he decided to run triathalon races and why he came to Minneota for a warm-up run.
“My dad,” Crowe said about his inspiration.
St. Louis Park, MN heard about the Minneota Bug Race from his girl friend, who is from Marshall.
He doesn’t usually run these 5K  races — but he’s tuning up for a triathahlon so he thought it would be a good warmup.
“I race triathalons,” Crowe said. This is his first year and he hopes to begin in Dallas, TX. “That will be it for the year,” Crowe said.
“Dad had a brain tumor and both his hips replaced and he was always a runner,” Crowe said. “He encouraged me to run a race in Chicago this spring and with two new hips, it was his first time out there since he had his hips replaced,” Crowe said.
He said it was, “Really inspirational to me to see him run, so I got into it this year.”
Michael Crowe, Patrick’s father, lives in St. Paul.  Michael Crowe is a general contractor and Patrick works for him. “It’s easy to be inspired by him. He’s the strongest man I know,” Crowe said.
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