Athletic teams often say they are like families.
St. Peter's offense sputtered in the first half, but it revved up in the second half in a 41-15 victory over Worthington in the final regular season football game Wednesday at Floyd B. Johnson Field.
Led by all-conference honorable mention performer, Hadley Stuehrenberg, St. Peter girls cross country team finished fourth out of five teams in the Big School Division Tuesday at Big South Conference Tournament hosted by St. James Area at Mountain Lake Golf Course.
Marshall’s heavy hitters put St. Peter on the defensive all night, and the Tigers swept the host Saints 25-13, 25-9, 25-14 to win the overall Big South Conference volleyball championship Tuesday.
The season ended sooner than expected for the No. 2 seeded St. Peter girls soccer team as No. 3 seeded Fairmont knocked off the Saints 2-0 in the Section 2A semifinals Tuesday at Floyd B. Johnson Field at St. Peter Middle School.
COLLEGEVILLE – With time winding down in the second overtime and a tie on the horizon Scott Heinen (Jr., Aurora, Ill.) took a corner kick that found the head of Joe Brandel (Sr., St. Louis Park), who directed it into the net for a Gustavus 3-2 win over St. John's. With the win the Gusties im…
MOORHEAD – Trailing by one with 30 seconds to play and the ball on its own 22 yard line, the odds were stacked against the Gustavus football team. Michael Veldman (Sr., Becker) took a snap and ended up scrambling left from the pocket before unleashing a deep ball on the run that traveled 50 …
Clipper fans who made the trip to Mayer on Friday will probably remember Mayer Lutheran 54, Cleveland 0 more for the snowstorm and less for the Clippers’ performance.
The St. Peter Saints finished higher than they ever have in Section 1A True Team Girls Swimming and Diving meet Friday and Saturday.
In her first varsity game, St. Peter freshman forward Grace Dlouhy scored the only goal as the No. 2 seeded Saints edged the No. 7 seeded Mankato East Cougars 1-0 in the Section 2A girls soccer quarterfinals Saturday at St. Peter High School.
Using a balanced offense and a strong defense, St. Peter football team broke a five-game losing streak with a 22-14 victory over New Ulm on Friday at Eagle Stadium.
Former St. Peter and Kasson-Mantorville high school basketball star Braxton Raymond died after a battle with brain cancer.
St. Peter’s lone varsity runner, freshman Hadley Stuehrenberg, finished fifth out of 50 runners Tuesday in the Mankato East Invitational cross country meet at Minneopa Golf Club in Mankato.
Coach Aaron Rothenberger had hoped a doubles sweep and a singles win would help the fifth-ranked St. Peter Saints girls tennis team cinch a quarterfinals Section 2A win against fourth-ranked Mankato East Cougars Oct. 1 at Swanson Tennis Center. The 4-3 score echoed the team match score when …
The St. Peter Bullheads over-50 baseball team finished the season on Sunday, Oct. 6 beating Savage 13-3 in the tier 4 semifinals bracket at the state tournament in Prior Lake.
Running through puddles from recent rains, the Mankato Loyola/Cleveland boys cross-country team earned another regular season victory Thursday on the Sleepy Eye golf course.
With line coach Matt Miller acting as the middleman, Cleveland 14, Alden-Conger/Glenville-Emmons 12 was based on a promise from the offensive line to head coach Erik Hermanson.
Head coach Bree Meyer is asking around, even going back to Nancy Hanson, who coached the volleyball teams of the late ‘70s, trying to determine if the Clippers were ever before volleyball conference champions.
In a battle of the Waseca running game and the St. Peter passing game, the running game won 47-18 in the Saints’ homecoming football game Friday at Floyd B. Johnson Field.
In the regular season girls soccer finale, host Waseca avenged a 4-0 loss to St. Peter by edging the Saints 1-0 in double overtime Thursday.
In a battle for the Big South Conference boys soccer championship, St. Peter and Waseca battled to a 1-1, two-overtime tie Thursday night at St. Peter High School.
St. Peter volleyball team moved into a tie for first place in the Big South Conference East Division with a 3-0 (25-17, 25-21, 25-21) victory over host New Ulm on Tuesday.
Morgan Kelly earned two first places, and Lauren Feder picked up one championship for St. Peter as Waconia swimming and diving team defeated the Saints 98-88 on Tuesday at St. Peter Pool.
Down 2-0 to an impressive-looking St. Peter team with 7:11 remaining in the first half Monday, the Faribault boys soccer team’s chances of remaining undefeated in section play were in jeopardy.
The St. Peter girls tennis team proved in a rebuilding season it can outplay several teams, and come extremely close to winning against a few teams, too.
BLOOMINGTON – The No. 25-ranked Gustavus men’s golf team Monday finished strong at the Twin Cities Classic, holding on to first place for a victory in a field of 19 teams. The Gusties shot consistent each day for a total of 294-291-292-877 (+9), 18 strokes ahead of second place St. Thomas.
The Gustavus volleyball team hosted Northwestern Saturday for homecoming and lost the match 3-0. With the loss the Gusties fall to 8-8 overall while the Eagles move to 9-4.
In a fourth quarter that would see 40 points scored, it would be the two-point margin that Bethel held in the quarter that would prove to be the difference in the Gustavus football teams 35-33 loss to the Royals. With the loss, the Gusties fall to 2-2 overall and 0-2 in the MIAC while Bethel…
Indraneel Raut of Gustavus Adolphus College finished runner up at the ITA Midwest Regional Singles Championship on Monday, losing 6-2, 6-1 to top-ranked Leo Vithoontien of Carleton.
The third annual Schoknecht Shootout did not disappoint race fans Sept. 28 at Arlington Raceway. Drivers gave them great racing action in each of the classes to close out the 2019 racing season.
After offensive sparkplug Tyce Shook left the game with a first-quarter injury, and quarterback Alex McCabe followed late in the second, the Clippers fielded a skeleton crew against host Waterville-Elysian-Morristown
With 0-6 Madelia in the Valley Conference cellar and 6-0 Cleveland on its rooftoop, Thursday’s road trip for the Clipper volleyball girls was pretty much stress free in a 3-0 triumph.
Jordan’s spread passing attack, which featured four wide receivers, jumped to a 20-0 lead on two long touchdown passes and a quarterback sneak, and it held up to the end in a 46-15 South Central (Red) District victory over St. Peter on Friday.
Freshman Gavin Selly paced the St. Peter boys cross country team with a 36th-place finish out of 52 runners from eight teams Thursday in the Buffalo Invitational at Buffalo Heights Golf Course.