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vo&e g x r 00Ile y-Wa tkin00 2013 Hall of Fame" All are cordially invited to, witness the Induction of the 2013 Members of the Eden Valley- Watkins High School Hall of Fame Friday, Sept. 27 during halftime at the EV-W v. Pierz Homecoming football game at the Eden Valley- Watkins football field; game starts at 7 p.m. Reception follows the game in the high school entry lobby. EV-W football bunch flattened by Holdingford By Pat Garry, Staff writer The Eden Valley-Watkins foot- ball team hosted first-place Hold- ingford on Friday, Sept. 20, but the Huskers did the dishing out. Posting 33 points by the halftime break, Holdingford outgained the Eagles in total offense, 408-181. Outscoring the Eagles 14-7 in the second half, the Huskers claimed the never-in-doubt 47-7 victory. The Huskers now Possess a 4-0 record, while the Eagles stand at Cain Renner 1 run Oared Streit 1-3 overall, kick); Rushing: Reese Jansen 1-2, Coming up next is Homecom- Jordan Unterberger 3-16, Renner ing for the Eagles, as they take on 11-53, Logan Linn 1-1, DeShaun the Pierz Pioneers in a league bat- ]ames 9-45; Passing: Nick Pauly tie, on Friday, Sept. 27. EV-W looks 9-23-4-64; Receiving: Jansen 1-11, to improve its 1-3 mark, while Travis Thielen 1-12, Renner 3-29, Pierz sits at 2-2, after their confer- Streit 2-15, ]ames 2-(-3). ence win over Kimball. STATS Holdingford 20 13 14. 0 47 EV-W 0 0 7 0 7 Chain of Lakes soccer competition has begun Chain of Lakes boys' soccer team The Chain of Lakes boys' soc- cer team started the past week with a 4-0 victory over the Sartell JV-1 team at Ampe Field in Paynes- ville Monday, Sept. 9. Scoring for the Roosters were Jordan Roos (Paynesville), Ben Friederichs (Paynesville) and two goals from Jose 'Chilo' Viera (ROCORI). Roos and Johnathan Ward (ROCORI) shared the goalkeeper duties for the shutout. The team then turned around andtraveled to Melrose Thursday, Sept. 12, to face a tough Dutchmen team that had handled the Roost- ers easily the year before. The Roosters put out a defense-minded 5-4-1 formation and played the Dutchmen even for the first half and halfway through the second half. The Roosters had several chances to score, but just could not finish. On the other side, Roos made several major saves to keep the game tied. Then with 20 min- utes left in the game the referee called COL for a foul in the pen- alty area, giving Melrose a pen- alty kick, which put them ahead 1-0. This changed the Roosters' tactics who started to send more players forward in an attempt to tie the game. But near the end of the game, Melrose scored a twi- light goal in the dusk to seal a 2-0 victory. The Roosters had little time to mourn their loss as they faced another challenge Saturday, Sept. 14, against Minnewaska back at Ampe Field. This game proved to be another tough nail biter. Near the end of a score- less first half, Oriel Rodriguez (ROCORI) scored off of a corner kick after a mad scramble in front of the Lakers net. The second half saw both teams getting chances to score, but the game ended with the Roosters winning 1-0 and tak- ing their record to 4 wins and 2 losses. Cathedral High School boys' team will be taking on our Roost- ers 4:30 Thursday, Sept. 26, at Ampe Field in Paynesville. They will be at their other home field in Richmond Monday, Sept. 30, versus St. Cloud Technical High School, 5 game time. Chain of Lakes Middle Schoolteam The Chain of Lakes Middle School team started off their sea- son splitting their first two games. On Tuesday, Sept. 10, they hosted Glencoe/Silver Lake at Ampe Field in Paynesville, and came away with a 4-3 victory. Christian Rodri- guez (ROCORI) scored three of the Roosters' goals and the fourth came off of an own goal. The team traveled to Prinsburg Fri- day, the 13th, and came back with a 2-0 defeat to Central Minnesota Christian. Chain of Lakes Girls' Soccer team The Chain of Lakes girls' team overwhelms Melrose 5-0 to improve their record to 5-0. COL remained undefeated as Esmae Heveron (ROCORI) and Lucca Rosemeier (ROCORI) were rarely tested in their combined shutout. Kally Danzl (ROCORI) scored the first goal at the seven- minute mark of the first period with an assist from Katelyn Par- sons (ROCORI). Mikayla Timm (ROCORI) scored two goals and Alexandra Stahlberg (ROCORI) would score a 30-yard shot as COL went into halftime with a 4-0 lead. Gabriella Wilke (ROCORI) scored the lone goal of the second half. Chain of Lakes girls' soccer team scores 3 goals in first half and hangs on to stay undefeated Kally Danzl (ROCORI) started the scoring for COL in the sev- enth minute with an assist by Mikayla Timm (ROCORI). COL would keep the pressure on as Danzl scored again four minutes later. Anna Wochnick (ROCORI) would score COL's final goal on a break away that started at mid- field. Minnewaska would gain some confidence by scoring in the 36th minute to make the score 3-1 at half time. COL was unable to get another goal, despite pep- pering the goal with another 19 shots. Luca Rosemeier (ROCORI) allowed one more goal in the 76th minute but would make key saves to preserve the win. Rosemeier finished the game with five saves. COL is now 6-0 on the season. COL girls next home game will be 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept 26, ver- sus Minnewaska at Richmond's Centennial Park. The next day they will be in Paynesville's Ampe Park 4:30 p.m. start time versus St. John's Prep. EV-W senior running back Cain Renner (#25) scored the solitary touchdown in Friday's home game against Holdingford Sept. 20. The Eagles were down 0-47, until this point; they ended at 7-47. (Kimball will face Holdingford forHomecoming Friday, Oct. 4.) Additional photos can be found in our Photo Gallery at www.tricountynews.MN. The Sept. 20 game against Holdingford was Eden Valley- Watkins' first home game. It also was Parents' Night, introducing players and their parents. Youll find a gallery of those photos, along with other great photos from the game, in the Photo Gallery at www.tricountynews.MN. Erin Salo, #15 of Eden Valley-Watkins, shot on goal was denied as #14 Anna Wochnick of ROCORI looks on. Submitted photo. EV-W wide receivers senior Trevor Paumen (#10)and junior Tom Schmitt (#84) team up to take down Holdingford. Staff photos by Gaylen Bicking.