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EV-W volleyball team loses to Pierz By Pat Garry, Staff writer Stats: Hitting: Brittany Hesse It was a valiant and tough effort 26-26 (8 kills); Raevon Willner portrayed by the Eden Valley- 22-30 (10 kills); Serving: Faith Watkins volleyball team Thurs- Forcier 14-14, Christina Salzl day, Sept. 26, as they invited the 12-13; Digs: Brittany Hesse 8-9, Lady Pioneers to town. Aiming to Christina Salzl 9-12, Raevon Will- spoil Eagles' Homecoming festiv- net 5-9; Blocks: Brittany Hesse ities, Pierz proved to be a formi- 2 solo, Mindy Forcier 1 solo; Set- dable opponent, taking the match ting: Faith Forcier 47-50 (13 3-1 (23:25,25-16,25-15,and25-18). assists); Jordyn Geislinger 32-34 The hiccup pushes the Eagles to (8 assists). an even 2-2 mark in the confer- EV-W's schedule: Monday, ence, and a respective 8-7 record Sept.30,6p.m.,atRoyalton;Thurs- overall, day, Oct. 3, 5:45 P.m., at Howard Lake -Waverly-Winsted. EV-W football team falls to the Pioneers Q, EV-W girls went hed-to-head with a strong Pierz team, and won their first match. They fought hard but lost their next three matches. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. EV-W fought hard in their match with Pierz Pioneers. EV-W senior running back #25 Cain Renner, a.k.a. Homecoming king this week, made the second EV-W touchdown on the night, but the only one that counted (an earlier TD was called back). The final score was 36-6, favoring Pierz. Staffphoto by Gaylen Bicking. By PatGarry, Staff writer Senior quarterback Nick PaulyPierz 6 8 15 7 36 Alumni were among the faith- hit Cain Renner in the end zone EV-W 0 6 0 0 6 ful gathered for an Eagles' Home- for the Eagles' sole touchdown. Stats: Bushing: Renner 11-108, comingbattle Friday, Sept. 27, with Pierz senior running back Nathan DeShaun James 14-67, Reese the Pierz Pioneers. Unfortunately, Athman was too much for EV-W, as Jansen 1-4, Pauly 3-15, Blaine they witnessed a shellacking, he scored three touchdowns in the Fodstad 1-8, TLavis Thelen 2-4; as Pierz cruised to a 36-6 victory rout. The Eagles travel to Howard Passing: Pauly 7-20 60, Travis in the Central Minnesota Con- Lake-Waverly-Winsted to take on Thelen 0-1; Receiving: Streit 4-27, ference test. The loss drops Eden the Lakers in a Central Minnesota Renner 2-22, James 1-11. Valley-Watkins to 1-3 in the divi- test Friday, Oct. 4. sion and 1-4 on the campaign. Chain of Lakes soccer teams play several opponents Chain of Lakes boys' varsity soccer a tie breaker, least goals allowed), dropped two games, Sept. 16, to The Chain of Lakes high school In: the first game, the Roosters Central Minnesota Christian, 3-0 boys' soccer team upped their scored three first-half goals from and St. ]ohns Prep 6-2. In the Prep EV'W volleyball team loses to record to 5-2 with a 5-1 win over Dayton Hoekstra (Paynesville), game Levi Gallegos (ROCORI)and the Glencoe/Silver Lake Pan-Uriel Rodriguez (ROCORI) and Diego Kloss both scored. Rovalton thers at Ampe Field in Paynesville Matthias Langley (Home school). Chain of Lakes girls' soccer ~ I~ I~*~ Thursday, Sept. 19. The Roost- This was followed by two sec- Danzl and defense too much for By Pat Garry, Staff writer (1 ace); Christina Salz111-11; Jamie ers got off to a fast start with goals ond-half goals from Trevon Matt- Glencoe Silver Lake varsity In a rare Monday evening Schererl0-11 (3 aces); Sets: Faith from Ben Friederichs (Paynes- son (ROCORI) and lose Rubio Glencoe Silver Lake varsity girls' match, the Eden Valley-Watkins Forcier 44-46 (8 assists); Jordyn ville) assisted by Jose 'Chilo' Viera (ROCORI) to win 5-1. soccer team could not find a way volleyballers traveled to Royalton, Geislinger 36-36 (9 assists); Digs: (ROCORI) at the three-minuteGame two, versus Sartell setto stop Kally Danzl (ROCORI) as Monday, Sept. 30, to take on who Raevon Willner 10-16; .Christina mark, followed a minute later on the stage for the rest of the day, she would get a hat trick in the first else? ... the Royalton Royals, The Salzl 7-11; Blocks: Tiffany an unassisted goal by Uriel Rodri- one cliffhanger after another. The half. Danzl's first goal was assisted Eagles looked good and put up a Donnay 5-6; Mindy Forcier 11-14. guez (ROCORI). Later in the first Roosters took the lead at 10 rain- byEmilyMcCoy(homeschool)who gallant battle, but the hosts were EV-W's overall record now stands half, Trevon Mattson (ROCORI) utes from a goal by Rodriguez. put the ballin alane that got behind victorious, 22-25, 18-25, and 24-26. at 8-12 and 2-2 in the conference, scored with an assist to Trevor However, with 10 seconds to go the GSL defense and Danzl was off Match Statistics: Hitting: The Eagles' next match is atMeed (Paynesville) at the 15-rain- in the first half, Sartell scored to to the races for her first goal at the Raevon Willner 14-24 (7 kills); 5:45 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, at utes mark, and again, less than a tie the game. In the second half, 24-minute mark. Nine minutes Mindy Forcier 14-17 (7 kills); Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted.minute later Friederichs scored a goal by a Sartell player proved later, Danzl would have her second Serving: Brook Stang 11-11 his second goal to make the score to be the deciding factor, giving goal, this time from an assist from 4-0 at the half. The second half, Chain of Lakes a2-1 victory. Alexandra Stahlberg (ROCORI). Jordan Rods (Paynesville) came Game four, versus St. Cloud Tech COL kept high pressure in the GSL out of the goal to score unassisted was another close game. Rodriguez end, andjustbeforehalftime, Danzl EV-W volleyball team plays in eight minutes into the half. The and Hoekstra each scored to give would intercept a pass, get past the 5-0 score allowed the team to try the team another 2-1 victory. This GSL defense, and notch her third DasseI-Cokato tournament ~veral different line-ups the rest set up a final game against Will- goal of the game. Stahlberg would of the game. G/SL scored late in mar, who had also won their three score the loan goal of the second By Pat Garry, Staff writer Christina Salzl 7-7 (1 ace); Digs: the game to make the final 5-1. games. After Willmar took a 1-0 half from 24 yards out. LucaRose- The Eden Valley-Watkins vol- Christina Salzl 13-22; Blocks: Rods, Johnathan Ward (ROCORI)lead Mattson scored the equalizer meier (ROCORI) and Esmae Heve- leyball team competed in the Tiffany Donnay 2-2 (1 solo); Sets: and Rodriguez all saw action in and the game ended 1-1. ]ohnathan ron (ROCORI) would combine for Dassel-CokatotournamentSatur- Faith Forcier 27-28 (6 assists); thegoal. Ward (ROCORI) played the entire the shutout. COL out shot GSL 30- 8 day, Sept. 28. This type of tour- Jordyn Geislinger 21-24 (5 assists). Chain of Lakes boys' JV2 teamtournament in goal, keeping the and improves to 7-0 on the season. nament really doesn't mean too EV-W lost to Dassel-Cokato The Chain of Lakes JV2 team Roosters in everygame. Chain of Lakes girls' soccer team much in the win/loss aspect. It is 8-25, 5-25: Hitting: Mindy Forcier (mainly 9th graders) saw their Chain of Lakes Middle School team rolls to 8-0 record defeating an excellent forum to play against 9-10 (2 kills); Serving: Faith first action of the season Monday, After two tough losses, the Melrose 10-0. good competition and gather in Forcier 4-4; Christina Salzl 3-3 (1 Sept. 16, atSt. Cloud Tech. After fall- ChainofLakesMiddleSchoolsoc-Mikayla Timm, Katelyn Par- a lot of valuable experience. The ace); Blocks: Mindy Forcier 3-5; ing behind 2-0 early in the game, cer team got back on the winning sons, Abby Mooney, and Shelby EV-Wgirls played four matches, vs - Digs: Christina Salzl 13-21; Sets: the Roosters came back on goals track with a 1-0 victory over Glen- Teal (all ROCORI) all scored goals Kimball, Sibley East, Dassel-- Faith Forcier 13-13 (3 assists); Jot- from Leo Cervantes (ROCORI) and coe/SilverLakeThursday, Sept. 19. in the first halfwith assists by Teal Cokato, and Rockford. dyn Geislinger 10-11. Uriel Rodriguez (ROCORI) before GSL dominated the game playing on Parsons goal and Alexandra EV-W lost to Kimball 15-25, EV-W lost to Rockford 21-25, the Tigers scored right at the end of in the Roosters half of the field 90 Stahlberg (ROCORI) on Mooney's 17-25: Hitting: Brittany Hesse 19-25: Hitting: Raevon Willner the first half to take a 3-2 lead. The percent of the time, but all it took goal. Parsons would add a sec= 10-11 ~ (3 kills); Tiffany Donnay 8-13 (6 kills); Serving: Mindy second half was played very evenly was a break-away goal by Diego ond goal to start the second half 13-15 (3 kills); MindyForcier 5-6 (3 Forcier 10-10; Raevon Willner 7-7 until Jose Rubio (ROCORI) scored Kloos (ROCORI) near the end of assisted by Stahlberg. Gabriella kills); Serving: Christina Salzl 4-4 (2 aces); Blocks: Tiffany Donnay on a shot from some 25 yards out. the first half. That goal, as well as Wilke (ROCORI) lead all scorers in (2aces);JamieScherer4-5;Blocks: 2-5; Mindy Forcier 6-6; Sets: Faith The game ended with the scoregreat goal keeping by Jonathan the second half scoring two goals. Brittany Hesse 4-7 (2 solo); Digs: Forcier 14-19 (5 assists); Jordyn right there, 3-3. Kloos (ROCORI), Andrew Zwiefel Kally Danzl, Emily McCoy and Brittany Hesse 8-11; Sets: Faith Geislinger 12-15 (2 assists).Saturday, Sept. 21, the JV2 team (Paynesville) and Christian Rodri- Stahlberg also scored goals. Par- Forcier 14-16 (4 assists); Jordyn Next up on EV-W's schedule are participated in a tournament in guez (ROCORI) who combined for sons g0al was assisted by Mikayla Geislinger 13-16 (3 assists), matches at 5:45 p.m., Thursday, Willmar. They finished the tour- the shutout. The win brings the Theisen (Paynesville) and Parsons Lost to Sibley East 24-26, 9-25: Oct. 3, at Howard Lake-Waverly- nament with three wins and a Middle School Roosters to 2 wins assisted on Stahlberg's goal. Luca Hitting: Raevon Willner 8-10 Winsted, and 6 p.m. Tuesday, tie, to end up tied with Willmar and 3 losses on the season. Rosemeier and Esmae Heveron (6 kills); Mindy Forcier 11-13 (4 Oct. 8, atOsakis, for the best record (Willmar was The win also brought to an combined for the shutout. kills); Serving: Brook Stang 8-8; declared tournament winners on end a week in which the team had