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Sibley East football team falls to NYA 48-6

9/29/2022

By Kurt Menk
Editor

The Sibley East varsity football team fell behind early and lost to visiting Norwood Young America 48-6 on Friday night, Sept. 23.


The Wolverines fell behind 41-0 at halftime.
Sibley East, after a long drive, scored its lone touchdown on a 7-yard pass from junior quarterback Brody Neisen to junior Riley Drexler with 1:53 left in the fourth quarter. A pass for the two-point conversion fell incomplete.
The Wolverine offense, which committed three turnovers, compiled a total of 218 yards.
Senior Devon Jenneke led the ground game with eight carries for 36 yards. Drexler recorded 24 yards on nine attempts. Neisen and senior Caleb Pautsch added 10 and eight yards respectively.
Neisen completed 11 of 22 passing attempts for 140 yards.

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Sibley East volleyball team has active week

9/29/2022

By Kurt Menk
Editor

The Sibley East varsity girls volleyball team had a busy week with two matches and its annual tournament.
The Lady Wolverines, 1-2 in the Minnesota River Conference and 3-8 overall, will compete in the Maple River Tournament on Saturday, Oct. 1. Sibley East will travel to Cleveland in non-conference action on Monday night, Oct. 3. The Lady Wolverines will host Norwood Young America in MRC play on Tuesday night, Oct. 4.

Jordan 3 • Sibley East 0
The Sibley East varsity volleyball team was swept by visiting Jordan 3-0 in non-conference action on Tuesday night, Sept. 20.


The Lady Wolverines lost the three games 25-13, 25-15 and 25-17 respectively.
Senior Jessica Wolter led Sibley East with nine kills, six digs and two blocks.
Senior Anna Harens had 10 digs and nine set assists.
Junior Sami Petzel converted  nine of 10 serves with one ace and five digs.
Senior Lydia Kranz contributed 10 digs and one kill.
Senior Lainey Brandt collected six set assists and six digs.
Juniors Karcyn Dose and Elizabeth Sell added three kills each.

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Tennis team beats TCU and LSH

9/29/2022

By Kurt Menk
Editor

The Sibley East varsity girls tennis team captured two more wins in Minnesota River Conference action last week.
The Lady Wolverines  blanked visiting Tri-City United 7-0 on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 20.
Visiting Sibley East then defeated Le Sueur-Henderson 5-2 on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 22.
The Lady Wolverines, 7-2 in the MRC and 10-4 overall, will host New Ulm in non-conference action on Friday afternoon, Sept. 30.


The team section will be held on Thursday, Oct. 6 and Monday, Oct. 10.
The individual section will be held on Thursday, Oct. 13 and Monday, Oct. 17.

Sibley East 7 • Tri-City United 0
SINGLES: 1 - Mallory Sylvester (SE) defeated Clara Leonard (TCU) 6-1, 6-1; 2 - Morgan Johnson (SE) defeated Ellie Adams (TCU) 4-6, 6-2, 6-1; 3 - Morgan Haggenmiller (SE) defeated Cristina Cruz (TCU) 6-0, 6-1; 4 - Morgan Thoele (SE) defeated Avery Lerfald (TCU) 6-1, 6-0.
Exhibition: Liza Goloko (SE) lost to Lily Martin (TCU) 2-0.

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SE runs in Caty Delwiche Invitational

9/29/2022

By Kurt Menk
Editor

The Sibley East varsity boys and girls cross country teams competed in the Caty Delwiche Invitational at Glencoe-Silver Lake on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 22.
Sibley East will compete in a meet at Le Sueur-Henderson on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 4.

Girls Team
Freshman Ruby Ballalatak, who received a medal,  placed sixth and broke the Sibley East girls cross country record with a time of 21.17 during the Caty Delwiche Invitational at Glencoe-Silver Lake on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 22.
The previous record of 21.30 was set by Elizabeth Alejandro in 2017.
Junior Lauren Bauer, who received a medal, finished 17th with a clocking of 22:27.
Freshman Paige Gardiner placed 23rd with a showing of 22:47.
Seventh grader Claire Bauer finished 35th with a time of 23:52.
Sophomore Kate Arneson placed 38th with a clocking of 23:56.
Senior Kaitlyn Scherer finished 49th with a showing of 24:41.
Overall, the varsity girls

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