CALEDONIA — The La Crescent High School girls soccer team stayed in the hunt for a Three Rivers Conference championship with a 4-0 road win over Caledonia Thursday night.

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Freshman forward Amanda Iverson tallied a hat trick, and Breigh Beirman recorded another goal for the Lancers (10-4, 6-2 TRC).

Junior goalie Payton Dryden had a save in the shutout.


Black River Falls 3, G-E-T 0

BLACK RIVER FALLS — Sammy Blackdeer and Lauren Perry paced the Tigers with 10 kills apiece en route to a 25-19, 27-25, 25-18 win over the Red Hawks.

Maggie Roou added 19 digs, Abby Ross tallied 19 assists and Ashley Overlein recorded three aces for Black River Falls (17-8, 6-2).

Westby 3, Viroqua 0

VIROQUA — Michaela Grabowski led the Norsemen with 14 kills and five blocks as Westby recorded a 25-22, 25-20, 25-17 victory. Kiarra Keenlance added 12 assists and Jade Berra 12 digs for the Norsemen (15-8, 6-3).

Claire Anderson led Viroqua (7-11, 1-7) with 16 assists, while Ivy Shanka totalled 13 digs.


Melrose-Mindoro 3, AC Lincoln 1

MELROSE — The Mustangs (14-5, 6-1) came back after a first-set loss to defeat Lincoln 22-25, 25-20, 25-16, 25-13. Collette Lockington totalled 30 assists and five digs while Emily Herzberg collected 22 kills.

Ridge and Valley

Weston 3, De Soto 0

DE SOTO — Weston swept De Soto, but it was far from easy as the Silver Eagles posted a 25-21, 29-27, 25-21 victory.


Rushford-Peterson 3, La Crescent 2

RUSHFORD, Minn. — It took five sets before the Trojans earned a 23-25, 25-19, 23-25, 25-8,

15-7 victory. Lauren Lawston led R-P with 12 kills, 23 digs and four ace serves, while teammate Kensay Clobes had nine kills, 11 assists, 23 bigs and five ace serves.

Jada Reider led La Crescent with 17 kills, while Lexi Newsom added 10 kills.

Caledonia 3, St. Charles 0

CALEDONIA — Lydia Lange had 15 kills for Caledonia, as the Warriors remained unbeaten in conference play. Caledonia won 25-14, 27-25 and 25-22.

Katie Tornstrom had eight kills. Warriors senior Adrianna Reinhart had 35 assists, six kills and two aces.

St. Charles’ leader in kills was Natalia VanderZanden with 12.

“This was our best talking match,” Caledonia coach Scott Koepke said. “It made things clean and fun to watch.”


Chi-Hi Invitational

CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis. — The Logan boys placed all five of its scoring runners in the top-eight to win the meet with 26 points, five ahead of second-place Eau Claire North (31).

The Rangers’ Zach Slevin placed second (17:02) behind North’s David Ecker (16:50), while Evan Schultz was fourth (17:35). Logan’s pack running continued with Dylan Mitchell (17:37, 5th), Keoni Young (17:51, 7th) and Tracy Bye (17:55, 8th).

In the girls race, Logan (42) placed all of its scoring runners in the top 14, but fell to Chippewa Falls by eight points (34).

Greta Trapp placed second (20:18) for Logan, trailing only Chippewa Falls’ Katie Faris, who crossed the line in 19:55. Logan’s Marlie Voight was fourth (20:53) and Lieba Schwalbe was ninth (22:20).

St. Charles Invitational

ST. CHARLES, Minn. — La Crescent senior Matt Steiger (15:55.3) flew past the competition to take first place, with second place Samson Hagen (17:14.6) from P-E-M finishing more than a minute behind.

The Lancers finished first in the 10-team field with Dane McCormick (17:39.5) placing sixth overall and Thomas Lechnir (17:40.7) finishing seventh. La Crescent’s Bryce Duffy took 10th (17:45.9) while teammate Cole Fechner was 12th (17:54.2).

The La Crescent girls finished sixth out of seven teams with sophomore Katy Steffes (21:51.3, 14th) being the top Lancers’ runner.



West Salem 5, Coulee Christian 0

WEST SALEM — Caden Andres netted two goals for West Salem (10-1-1) as it blanked Coulee Christian (9-6-4). Andres recorded a 50th minute and 86th minute goal with assists from Richard Brown and Nick Vollmer.


La Crescent 10, Caledonia 0

LA CRESCENT — Josh Weigel had a hat trick for La Crescent (9-4-1, 6-2) in a score-happy game. Weigel scored twice in the first half, and picked up the trio of goals in the second half.

The Lancers scored six first-half goals and moved into the Three Rivers Conference lead with the win.