Home vs. St. Wenceslaus, New Prague, Tuesday, Oct. 8
The Le Sueur-Henderson/Tri-City United volleyball match went in the Giants’ favor Oct. 15 at Le Sueur. The Giants came out on top 3-0, earning the team the No. 2 seed in the Section 2A South Subsection, while the Titans were placed at No. 4 following the recent loss.
It was an excellent meet for the Tri-City United cross country boys. The team took second at the Montgomery River Conference Oct. 15 while senior Austin Antony broke the school record by 10 seconds.
The joint Tri-City United/Le Sueur-Henderson girls swim and dive team faced some tough competition at the Section 2A True Team meet Saturday, Oct. 12 at Veterans Memorial Community Center in Inver Grove Heights. Though the girls came in last out of eight teams competing, they obtained a few …
Homecoming night did not go the way Tri-City United would have planned. At the game Friday, Oct. 11, the Titans were swept aside by the Belle Plaine Tigers 43-0.
The Tri-City United cross country teams had plenty of reasons to celebrate Tuesday, Oct. 8. The boys team placed second while the girls earned fourth at the Alden meet. Titans senior Austin Antony won the boys 5k.
The inaugural season of the Tri-City United boys soccer team came to a close Oct. 8. The Titans were bested 3-1 by Albert Lea in the first round of the Section 2A tournament. For a new team, the Titans posted a respectable 2-2 record.
The Tri-City United/Le Sueur-Henderson joint girls swim and dive team took home its second consecutive victory of the season. At its Oct. 8 home meet against Mounds Park Academy, TCU/LS-H swam to the top 77-65.
The Tri-City United girls soccer team (0-4) ended its first-ever season the same way it began: with a tough loss against Cannon Falls. In the section playoffs Saturday, Oct. 6, the Titans fell to Cannon Falls 10-0, the same score from of their first game of the season.
Coming off the first win of the season, Tri-City United football coach Ken Helland was expecting his team to come out firing Friday night against Luverne.
The Tri-City United volleyball team (2-5) opened strong before being overcome by Jordan (2-4) at the Oct. 3 home match. Despite the Titans taking the first set, Jordan swept the next three sets to claim victory.
Scores and records for Holy Cross Catholic Schools’ three volleyball teams for Sept. 23-30. We are now half way through the Tri-County Conference volleyball season which goes through Oct. 25. Saturday tournaments are scheduled the next two weekends at Faribault Lutheran School.
The Tri-City United girls tennis team’s first playoff match ended in defeat. The Titans fell 7-0 at Rochester Mayo in the opening round of the Section 1AA tournament.
The joint Tri-City United/Le Sueur-Henderson girls swim and dive team celebrated its first victory of the season Oct. 1. At a home meet against Lakes International Language Academy, the girls out swam their opponents 82-69.
The Tri-City United girls soccer team was undone in a 10-0 shutout Oct. 2. While the Titans improved their play over the last season, they were pitted against a more experienced team at the away game against Mayer Lutheran.
The joint Tri-City United/Le Sueur-Henderson girls swim and dive team collected its fair share of standout races. While the team fell into fifth behind the other competitors, including Bloomington Kennedy, Coon Rapids, New Prague, St. Peter, TCU swim and dive coach Kristen Munden was happy w…
The Tri-City United football team earned its first victory this season Friday, Sept. 27, as the Titans swept Sibley East in a 14-0 away game, moving the team to 1-4.
It was a rough week for the Tri-City United volleyball team. Following 3-0 losses to Waseca and Medford on Sept. 23 and 24, the Titans suffered a third 3-0 loss Thursday, Sept. 26 to Mayer-Lutheran.
Tri-City United senior cross country runner Austin Antony took home the gold at the New Prague Invitational. Antony led the Titans boys into an overall third-place finish Sept. 24, while the Titans girls took fifth.
The Tri-City United girls soccer team is coming up against tough competition in its first season. Twin Cities Academy triumphed over the Titans 6-1 at TCU’s Sept. 23 home.
The Tri-City United girls tennis team turned its luck around in the Titans’ rematch with Maple River. After losing their first meet to the Eagles, TCU came back for the Sept. 17 meet and bested Maple River 4-3.
It was a tough meet for the Tri-City United girls swim and dive team. The Titans faced off against Austin on Tuesday, Sept. 17 and were bested 96-67. Despite the loss, the Titans has quite a few highlights.
The Tri-City United girls tennis team turned their luck around in the Titans’ rematch with Maple River. After losing their first meet to the Eagles, TCU came back for the Sept. 17 meet and bested Maple River 4-3.
The Tri-City United girls tennis team fell behind 5-2 in a close meet against Sibley East Sept.16. The meet marks the second time the Sibley East Wolverines bested the Titans this season, but TCU significantly improved their performance in their latest match.
The Tri-City United volleyball team earned a well needed victory at their meet against Sibley East on Thursday, Sept. 12. The Titans thwarted their opposition 3-1.
The joint Tri-City United/Le Sueur-Henderson girls swim and dive team dove into second place at the St. Peter swim meet on Thursday, Sept. 12. The Saints overcame TCU/LS-H 97-69, but TCU/LS-H Swim Coach Kristen Munden wasn’t worried about her team’s performance.
The Tri-City United boys and girls cross country teams both had strong run times at the Sept. 13 Loyola meet. Out the eight schools competing, the Titans placed second in the boys 5k and third in the girls 5k.
After allowing a pair of touchdowns, the first two of the game, in under 40 seconds to an explosive Jordan offense, the Tri-City United football team was slugging away in the second quarter.
The joint Tri-City United and Le Sueur-Henderson girls swim team might not have come out on top during its Sept. 10 swim meet at Albert Lea, but the team was able to take home some high ranking finishes. Albert Lea was the meet’s victor, defeating TCU/LS-H 90-65.
Tri-City United tennis girls coach Phil Murry had predicted a tough meet against Jordan and unfortunately for the Titans those predictions came true on the evening of Tuesday, Sept. 10. Jordan shut out the Titans in a 7-0 matchup.
The Tri-City United Titans boys cross country team had two top-10 finishers Tuesday in placing fourth out of 15 complete teams in the Norwood Young America Lions Invite at Baylor Park. Le Sueur-Henderson wasn’t able to keep up, coming in at No. 12.
It was a tough week for the Tri-City United girls tennis team. The Titans dropped two meets, a 6-1 loss to Southwest Christian Sept. 3 and a 7-0 shutout Sept. 7 against Blue Earth Area.
Tri-City United volleyball had a solid showing at the Waterville-Elysian-Morristown volleyball invitational Sept. 6. The Titans placed third, with a 3-3 record.
The Tri-City United boys varsity soccer team didn’t need a win to make its program debut a success, but it got one anyway. The Titans celebrated a 3-1 victory over the Triton Cobras on Thursday, Sept.. 5.