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The East Ridge boys soccer team extended its winning streak to a season-long six games on Tuesday. The Raptors shut out Roseville by a score of 3-0 thanks to goals from two of their most consistent scorers. Sam Hoeffel gave East Ridge a lead just 30 seconds into the game after knocking a header into the Roseville net. Collin Sieffert was credited with the assist. Hoeffel next drove a bouncing ball on goal early in the second half to give the Raptors a two-goal lead.
The East Ridge girls soccer team was able to put miserable weather aside Tuesday in a 4-1 win over Suburban East Conference opponent Roseville. Head coach Mark Abboud said the weather Tuesday, rainy with temperatures in the low 50s, reminded him of what they typically see in mid-October during the section tournament. Those conditions require another level of effort.
Woodbury senior Jalen Morrison gave a verbal commitment to the University of North Dakota football team on Sunday. Morrison said he gave his verbal commitment to UND at about 10 a.m. Sunday after taking the past week to discuss his options with his family. He expects to play on the defensive line at UND.
The East Ridge football team was steady once again in a win versus Stillwater on Friday. The Raptors used their characteristic rushing attack to defeat Stillwater 30-7. Head coach Dan Fritze said the Raptors only attempted three passes in the game. “Our offensive line played really well,” Fritze said. “Uncharacteristically, we had a lot of penalties. I don’t know what it was, but it held us back in the first half.”
Woodbury end three-game losing streak with the win
The Woodbury girls swimming and diving team defeated fellow South Washington County school Park in a Suburban East Conference dual at Cottage Grove Middle School on Thursday. Royals swimmers won most of the events on their way to a team win of 118-66. Woodbury standout Meghan Miller scored a first place finish in the 1-meter diving event with her mark of 263.05. The senior came away with some extra confidence about how those six dives went.
The Woodbury volleyball team has been dealing with a few changes in the lineup over the past few weeks.
The New Life Academy girls tennis team is now on a three-match winning streak after defeating St. Paul Washington Technology Magnet 7-0 last Monday and St. Paul Highland Park 6-1 last Tuesday. The rest of the week was dedicated to the Eagles working on their game in practice. Head coach Marcia Bussey credited the team’s captains Jessica Gross, Siri Nicol and Rachel Breiholz for helping the team improve in practices this season.
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