Sports

Wed
28
Jan

Boys beat Eden Valley-Watkins at the buzzer


Brandon Borell, #32, pulls down a rebound and puts it back up for 2 points for the Irish.

Tony Goelz, #5, was being defended by two EV-W players but he works the ball around to score for the Irish.

David Stokman, #11, drives to the basket to score 2.

An inbound pass from Tony Goelz, #5, with 1.8 seconds left in the game, gave Chase Olson, #21, a chance to put the ball up and make the game-winning shot.

You can see the excitement from the Irish players and fans when Jonathan West from 98.1 Country announced that Chase Olson was the Irish MVP of the game.

 

Wed
28
Jan

Girls beat Pierz, fall to HL-W-W


Morgan Scheiber, #10, looks for an open path to the basket.

Brooklyn Toedter, #20, goes up for two against Pierz at home, Tuesday, Jan. 20. The Irish won 57-53.

Kayla Hoistad, #22, shoots. She had a season high with 18 points against Pierz.

 

Wed
28
Jan

Irish gymnasts win home meet, break school record


Delaney Sifferle performs on the beam, Thursday, Jan. 22, at a home meet against Howard Lake-Waverly Winsted. Her performance earned a 6.85.

Jordan Sifferle’s routine on the beam earned her an 8.35 for first place, Thursday. The Irish beat the Lakers 133.025 to 113.55.

Gracie Elsenpeter impresses the audience with a handstand on the beam. She earned second place with a score of 8.15.

Katelyn Fuller goes through her floor routine for the judges. She earned a 7.3 for her performance.

 

Wed
28
Jan

Lightning wrestlers are top dogs in WCC


Holden Youngs won an 11-1 major decision.

Nate Carlson won by a technical fall.

Walker Rask won by a fall.

Hunter Hicks won a 12-0 major decision.

 

Wed
21
Jan

Irish girls defeat Kimball on the road


Kayla Hoistad, #22, puts on the pressure against a Foley player, Tuesday, Jan. 13, at a home game. Hoistad had 13 points in the Irish loss.

Morgan Scheiber, #10, tries for two points. Maple Lake lost 64-53 to the Falcons.

 

Wed
21
Jan

Irish gymnastics wins home tournament


Coach Kaitlyn Helmbrecht cheers on Delaney Sifferle as she finishes her vault that earned her a season high 8.85 and second place.

Gracie Elsenpeter connects with the vault while her coach Kaitlyn Helmbrect cheers her on and Paul Fouquette prepares to assist. Elsenpeter was ninth on the vault, but finished first on both the bars and on the floor Saturday.

Katelyn Fuller performs on the bars. She finished 8th with a score of 7.1.

Halle Geyen performs for her sixth-place finish on the bars at Maple Lake’s Tumble in the Jungle. The Irish placed first out of five teams.

 

Wed
21
Jan

M-A-ML hockey falls to Princeton

 

Monticello-Annandale-Maple Lake boys hockey fell to Princeton 6-3, in their only game of the week, Thursday, Jan. 15.
The Princeton Tigers jumped to a quick 1-0 lead over the Moose at 7:48 into the first period off a goal by Tyler McAlpine.
It was the only goal of the period.
Princeton scored again at 7:43 in the second period to boost their lead to 2-0 off a goal by Jake S. Carlson, assisted by Jake D. Carlson.
At 12:50 of that period, the Moose finally put themselves on the score board off an even-strength goal by Hunter Norgren, assisted by Trevor Nodland.
More information appears in this week's Messenger.

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