DECORAH, Iowa — The Onalaska High School girls cross country team turned in a strong performance, as did the Central boys, at the Luther College All-American Invitational on Saturday.

Each team finished second in their respective division, while Westby’s Hayden Fredrickson won the boys race in a time of 16 minutes, 20.3 seconds.

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The Central boys turned in third-and fourth-place finishes, thanks to seniors Jett Mickelson (16:43.6) and Chad Richter (16:47.6). Jackson Overby (17:15.7) finished 12th overall while Jack Richter (17:23.0) finished 17th for the Red Raiders.

Onalaska’s AJ Ervin (17:05.2) finished seventh overall.

Onalaska, with the Malecek triplets leading the way, finished second in the 26-team girls field with 108 points, just 17 behind the winning score of 91 put up by Dubuque Senior High School on the girls side. Central finished seventh (194), while Aquinas took 14th (454).

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Kora Malecek led Onalaska with a fourth-place finish (out of 176 runners) with a time of 19 minutes, 16.7 seconds. Lydia Malecek took 14th (19:41.3), while Amalia Malecek was 22nd (20:11.4). Central’s top finisher was Sophie Leinfelder, who took 28th in 20:26.2.

Jefferson High School’s Elena Hayday won the meet in 18:46.3.

Menomonie Invitational

MENOMONIE, Wis. — The Logan boys finished third out of 10 teams at the Menominee Relays, trailing only Eau Claire Memorial and Hudson.

Senior Evan Schultz turned in a time of 17 minutes, 13.2 seconds to finish fifth overall, while sophomore Zach Slevin took eighth (17:32.0)

The Logan girls finished seventh out of nine teams with Greta Trapp (20:57.7) leading the Rangers with seventh-place overall finish.

River Valley Invitational

SPRING GREEN, Wis. — The Holmen boys and girls each finished 11th in the large school division of the River Valley Invitational. Kade Steinbrecher finished 34th overall (17:56) for the Holmen boys. For the girls, Mason Kalander (19:59) finished second overall.

In the small school division, the Prairie du Chien girls took the top spot with 65 points, thanks to Amber Huser (20:29), who was fifth overall.

The Viroqua girls finished fifth with 115 points while Brookwood (304) finished 11th. For the boys, Brookwood (159) finished fourth as Chase Ferries (18:12) finishing 11th overall. Viroqua (280) was ninth, while Prairie du Chien (435) took 18th.

BOYS SOCCER

Nonconference

Holmen 3, Arcadia 2

ARCADIA — Holmen, thanks to a six-save performance from Spencer Malone, beat Arcadia to push its record to 6-0-2.

Logan 2, Fort Atkinson 1

FORT ATKINSON, Wis. — Freshman Jack Knothe recorded his first varisty goal in the 37th minute, assisted by Elijah Szymanski, to put the Rangers (3-3) on the board.

Szymanski added his own goal in the 45th minute to put Logan ahead of Fort Atkinson (1-4-1). Griffin Sullivan recorded the assist.

Coulee Christian tournament

WEST SALEM — Coulee Christian (6-3-3) went 3-0-1 to wins its own tournament, thanks in part to two goals apiece from Jordan Wilkins and Caleb Deleeuw. Coulee Christian beat Quad City Christian 2-0, Pacelli 2-1, then Prairie du Chien 2-1. Coulee Christian and Driftless United finished in a 0-0 tie.

GIRLS SOCCER

La Crescent 3, Pine Island 0

PINE ISLAND, Minn. — Amanda Iverson, with an assist from Morgan Loberg, got the Lancers (5-1) rolling with a goal in the fifth minute. Maddy Tesch added a goal in the 23rd minute, thanks to an assist from Jayanna Jones. Lola Tesch scored La Crescent’s final goal, which was an unassisted tallly in the 55th minute.

Rosland Anderson recorded seven saves for Pine Island (1-5).

TENNIS

MVC

Aquinas 6, Holmen 1

Aquinas, thanks in part to a 6-0, 6-0 victory from Fiona O’Flaherty at No. 2 singles, rolled past Holmen. Kenzia Caya, at No. 3 singles, and Morgan Thill, at No. 4, also won in straight sets for the Blugolds, who swept the doubles matches.

Ya Thao secured Holmen’s lone win with a 6-3, 7-6 (8) win over Giselle Fisher at No. 1 singles.

Nonconference

Tomah 5, Black River Falls 2

TOMAH — Thanks to Lindsey Conway’s 6-0, 6-0 victory over Mackenzie Johnson at No. 1 singles, and Lillie McMullen’s 6-0, 6-2 victory over Kathalina Hernandez-White, the Timberwolves (5-4) won the nonconference match with the Tigers.

Tomah swept the doubles matches, thanks in part to two forfeits.Onalaska Luther 6, Waupun 1

LODI, Wis. — No. 1 singles player Lizzy Hoffe won a 7-5, 6-4 match against Waupun’s Erin Schmitt to pace the Knights. At No. 2 singles, Michaela Harbach posted a 3-7, 7-6, 10-4 win over Alysa Pattee.

In doubles action, the No. 1 duo of Phoebe Christenson and Jenna Wahl recorded a 6-1, 6-3 win over Katrina Pokorny and Elyse Stelsel.

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