Sports


Sibley East tennis team falls to HFC 6-1 in section team tourney

10/10/2019

By Kurt Menk
Editor

The visiting Sibley East varsity girls tennis team lost to Holy Family Catholic 6-1 during the opening round of the Section 2A Team Tennis Tournament in Victoria on a very cold Thursday afternoon, Oct. 3.
The Section 2A Individual Tournament will be held at Gustavus Adolphus College on Thursday, Oct. 10 and Monday, Oct. 14.

Holy Family Catholic 6
Sibley East 1
SINGLES: 1 - Brianna Kranz (SE) lost to Ally Agerland (HFC) 2-6, 0-6; 2 - Jacquelyn Wibstad (SE) lost to Cecilly Cronin (HFC) 1-6, 1-6; 3 - Rachel Widmer (SE) defeated Claire Haley (HFC) 6-2, 6-2; 4 - Ashtyn Bullert (SE) lost to Aria McNeely (HFC) 5-7, 1-6.

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Sibley East blanks NYA 6-0

10/10/2019

By Kurt Menk
Editor

The visiting Sibley East varsity football team, in a game that went down to the final play, blanked Norwood Young America 6-0 on Friday night, Oct. 4.


The host team, without a timeout remaining, completed a long pass down to the Sibley East 2-yard line, but the final seconds ticked off the clock as the Wolverines walked away with the shutout.


Both teams had opportunities and dodged bullets as the first half was scoreless.


The Wolverines scored their lone touchdown on a 15-yard pass from junior quarterback Caleb Dose to sophomore wide receiver Tucker Hendrycks.

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SE volleyball team falls to 4 of 5 opponents

10/10/2019

By Kurt Menk
Editor

The Sibley East varsity volleyball team hosted three opponents and competed in a tournament during the past week.
The Lady Wolverines, 0-5 in the Minnesota River Conference and 8-19 overall, will travel to Jordan at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10. Sibley East will also travel to Southwest Christian at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15.

TCU 3
Sibley East 0
The Sibley East varsity girls volleyball team fell to visiting Tri-City United 3-0 on Tuesday night, Oct. 1.
The Lady Wolverines lost the three games 25-23, 25-18 and 25-23 respectively.

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SE girls cross country team wins Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s Invitational

10/10/2019

By Kurt Menk
Editor

The Sibley East varsity girls cross country team took top honors among seven teams during the Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s Invitational on  Thursday afternoon, Oct. 3.


Freshman Kaitlyn Scheer earned a medal after she placed sixth among 46 runners with a time of 21:50.


Junior Audrey Parrott also earned a medal after she completed the race in 22:16 and placed seventh.

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SE boys cross country team places 2nd at the Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s Invitational

10/10/2019

By Kurt Menk
Editor

The Sibley East varsity boys cross country team placed second among seven teams during the Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s Invitational on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 3.


Senior Travis Andrews, who earned a medal, placed fourth among 76 runners with a time of 17:03.


Sophomore Jose Nevarez, who earned a medal, placed sixth with a clocking of 17:42.

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Sibley East football team falls to the Belle Plaine Tigers 36-21

9/26/2019

By Kurt Menk
Editor

The visiting Sibley East varsity football team surrendered a 13-point halftime lead and lost to Belle Plaine 36-21 on Friday night, Sept. 20.


The Wolverines looked to have taken an early lead when senior Lincoln Carpenter  caught a punt and raced 50-plus yards for a touchdown. A penalty, however, negated the score.


Sibley East rebounded moments later when junior quarterback Caleb Dose ran 42 yards for a touchdown. Sophomore Zach Pazdernik booted the extra point kick as the Wolverines raced to a 7-0 lead with 4:42 left in the first quarter.

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