Prep report: Duluth Marshall tops Proctor for LSC boys soccer titleThomas Welinski and Joey Kronzer scored second-half goals to lift Duluth Marshall to a 2-1 win at Proctor on Tuesday, giving the Hilltoppers back-to-back Lake Superior Conference high school boys soccer titles.
By: News Tribune staff, News Tribune
Thomas Welinski and Joey Kronzer scored second-half goals to lift Duluth Marshall to a 2-1 win at Proctor on Tuesday, giving the Hilltoppers back-to-back Lake Superior Conference high school boys soccer titles.
Ian Ecklund put the defending Section 7A champion Rails ahead 1-0 at halftime before the Hilltoppers (10-3-1, 7-0) rallied with goals in the 57th and 65th minutes.
Duluth Denfeld 4, Superior 2
Steven Bradshaw scored twice in the second half, including a penalty kick, as the Hunters (5-9-1, 1-6) won their first LSC game of the season at Public Schools Stadium.
Cloquet 10, Duluth Marshall 0
Emily Rikkola scored three goals and Emily Wangen closed the game with two more as the host Lumberjacks (7-6, 4-2) cruised to the LSC win.
Two Harbors 3, Grand Rapids 0
Lacey Myrdal netted a hat trick by the 21st minute and Lucy Bukowski made 10 saves as the visiting Agates (3-10-1), who had allowed more than four goals per game, recorded their second shutout of the season.
Superior 3, Duluth Denfeld 0
The Spartans, who beat the Hunters in the final of the Hilltopper Invitational last weekend, remained undefeated in the LSC with the three-game sweep.
Virginia 3, Deer River 0
Kristen Predovich’s 16 kills keyed the visiting Blue Devils’ sweep of the Warriors.
Cloquet 3, Crosby-Ironton 0
Alex Oakes totaled 17 set assists and three ace serves in the host Lumberjacks’ nonconference sweep.
Cherry 3, South Ridge 2
Taylor Sauter had 26 kills, Kacey Herring had 21 kills and Angel Dahl registered 52 set assists as the Tigers outlasted the Panthers at Saginaw for their 15th win in the past 16 matches.
Northwestern misses state berth
The Northwestern girls golf team finished seventh out of eight teams at the Wisconsin Division 2 sectional meet at Pheasant Hills Golf Course in Hammond, Wis., and missed out on a state berth.
Junior Gwen LaPole was the Tigers’ top finisher, shooting 98 to finish 21st.
Osceola’s Casey Danielson shot a 66 to earn meet medalist by 10 strokes.