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: EV-W Eagles Sports Chain of Lakes soccer teams wind down season Chain of Lakes #7 Veronica Wilson (Eden Valley-Watkins) is defending the goal in soccer match versus the Melrose Dutchmen. Submitted photo. either go in or be cleared by a defender. But at the last moment, Sergio Iimenez-Coria (ROCORI) got to the ball and slammed it into the back of the net. A crucial defensive time is always after a goal is scored, and sure enough, Melrose scored less than one minute later to pull back to within one goal. The last 25 minutes were nail-biting as both teams moved the ball and set up scoring opportunities. But the final whistle blew with no more scores and the Roosters walked away with a 3-2 victory. Roos went the distance in goal making many fine saves to preserve the win. The win left the team with a 10 win and 4 loss record for the season. Chain of Lakes Middle school The Chain of Lakes Middle School team played their second close game of the season against Min- newaska Friday, Oct. 11, at Centennial Park in Rich- mond. Brothers Christian and Uriel Rodriguez each scored for the Roosters, but the Lakers responded with three goals. Game ended with a 2-3 loss for COL. Chain of Lakes girls' soccer team shuts out Cathedral Tuesday, Oct. 8, the COL girls traveled to Whit- ney Field in St. Cloud to play Cathedral High School ]V. Luca Rosemeier (ROCORI) made 6 saves on a very windy day and the COL defense did not allow a goal in defeating Cathedral. Kally Danzl (ROCORI) scored both goals for the 2-0 win. Chain of Lakes boys' soccer finishes season with 10-4 record COL High School boys started their final week Tuesday, Oct. 8, by traveling to St. Cloud to play Cathe- dral, and they came away with a 4-0 victory. Dayten Hoekstra (Panesville) got the scoring started at the 20-minute mark on a pass from Jose Rubio (ROCORI). Five minutes later, Jordan Roos (Paynesville) placed a penalty kick into the back of the net, to give the Roost- ers a 2-0 halftime lead. The boys came out strong in the second half with a goal three minutes in from Ben Friederichs (Paynesville) on an assist from Uriel Rodriguez (ROCORI). This was followed by a goal from Jose 'Chilo' Viera (ROCORI) from Friederichs. Johna- than Ward (ROCORI) went the distance in goal to pick up the shutout. Thursday, Oct. 10, the boys played Minnewaska for the third time this season at our home field at Richmond's Centennial Park. After winning the pre- vious two games, they ran into a very determined Laker team who handed the Roosters their worst loss of the season, 0-5. COL boys were not to be deterred and came back to face their arch rivals, the Melrose Dutchmen Sat- urday, Oct. 12, at Paynesville's Ampe Field. Mel- rose has long been a thorn in the side of COL, hav- ing already won two games this season 2-0 and 4-2. The game started on a somber note when Friederichs got hurt five minutes into the game. The freak play resulted in breaks to both bones in his lower left leg and an ambulance ride to the hos- pital. Later that afternoon, after being transferred to St. Cloud he underwent surgery. After a lengthy delay the game was resumed and the Rooster's were determined to win this game for Ben. The determination paid off in 10 minutes as Viera scored from an assist by Rodriguez, followed one minute later byan unassisted goal from Trevor Meed (Paynesville). Heading into the second half with a 2-0 lead, the team was warned that the first five minutes would be crucial. As anticipated, Mel- rose scored less than three minutes into the half. The Roosters stayed tough, and at the 54-minute mark, Trevon Mattson (ROCORI) got off a shot from the right side of the Dutchmen's goal. As the ball dribbled towards the goal line, it looked like it could Eden Valley Lumber YOUR FULL-SERVICE BUILDING CENTER PAGE 11 Thursday, October 24, 2013 Eagles' volleyball team bounced by B-B-E Pat Garry Raevon Willner, with five kills on Writer " The Eden Valley-Watkins' vol- leyball regular season came to a close at home Tuesday, Oct. 15, as the Eagles fell to Belgrade-Brooten- Elrosa, 17-25, 8-25, and 15-25. The Jaguars' Becca Gruber and Kinlee Swanson's 13 and 12 kills respec- tively, were too much for the Eagles to overcome. EV-W was led by 14-21 hitting, and Tiffany Donnay, who nailed four aces on a sparkling 13-14 serving performance. Matchstats: Hitting: RaevonWill- ner 14-21 (5 kills); Tiffany Donnay 13-14 (4 kills); Serving: Brook Stang 12-12 (ace); Faith Forcier 6-6; Jamie Scherer 6-6 (ace); Sets: Faith Forcier 49-51 (9 assists); Jordyn Geislinger 19-19 (3 assists); Digs: Christina Salz110-15; Raevon Willner 6-8. Eagles gridiron guys swallowed-up by Jaguars Pat Garry Eagles' lone score. Staying atop Writer The Eden Valley-Watkins foot- ball squad was pounded at home Wednesday night, Oct. 16, by first- place Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa, 54-8. B-B-E quarterback Brian Goodwin couldn't miss, going 11 for 11, with 207 yards passing and three touchdowns. EV-W's Jared Streit caught three passes, includ- ing an 89-yard bomb, for the the conference, B-B-E now stands at 7-1 and the Eagles drop to 2-6. B-B-E 14 20 14 6 - 54 EV-W 0 0 8 0 - 8 STATS: Rushing: Dion Hirman 1-9, Renner 1-3, Deshaun James 7-5, Jacob Streit 1-1; Passing: Pauly 11-22-1-153, Travis Thielen 1-2-0-23; Receiving: Reese Jansen 2-13, Thielen 2-17, Blaine Fahstad 1-23, Renner 4-29, Streit 3-94( Chain of Lakes girls' soccer wins final game Saturday, Oct. 12, Luca Rose- meier (ROCORI) and the COL defense shut out Melrose. It was a drizzly day in Paynesville, and Rosemeier made 10 saves, all in the second half to preserve the shut- out. Katelyn Parsons (ROCORI) led all scorers with two goals. Gabriella Wilke (ROCORI), Kally Danzl (ROCORI), and Alexandra Stahlberg (ROCORI) had one goal each. Final Score 5-0. The wind was a factor in the game as COL scored all of its goals in the first half with the wind at their backs. They had to defend more in the second half, having about the same number of scoring chances as Melrose. COL girls finished their season with 12 wins and only 1 loss. ACCESS US FROM THE WEST SIDE OF STATE STREET. AMPLE PARKING SIDE STREETS. EDEN VALLEY (320) 453-2360 Park on south side or east of building. - ,rl _A : Kitchen Hours: ml [li  Mort-Sat= 7=30am~lOpm If ! U'Y l s=,: 8-3o==-,m ".dTg112 .- iIJIV ]r Ho..: ITIiIiU qli.tluo.,s.,t: 8am- l am(optieeal Zam) i llm_.ll eT ' Piql Su.: lo=~: ' Main St., Eden Valley & from behind the high school. Designated parking spots for our customers in school parking lot. Downtown Eden Valley ,, 320-453-5878 HOURS: MONDAY-SATUROAY: 9:30-5:30 TOM'S CARPET K! 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