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Crow River News Sports The Knights suffered an overtime loss against East Ridge on the road. The girls played well against a very good team, head coach Megan Johnson said. Monticello was next on the schedule for the Knights, and STMA came out swinging. The Knights scored three goals in the first half and established [...]

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The Knights tennis team had a busy first week of school going 2-2. The Girls opened conference play on the road and lost a tough match to Cambridge-Isanti 3-4, but bounced back with an exciting win over Chisago Lake 5-2. Coach Jim Riles said of the Cambridge match: “I think we really struggled to get [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports The Knights volleyball team opened its season later than any other sport at STMA High School. This meant a busy first week of the season featuring two regular matches and a weekend tournament, the Southwest Minnesota Challenge in Marshall. The season began with a tough match against the [...]

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The St. Michael-Albertville cross country teams were very successful as they opened their season at the Monticello Invitational Meet at Vintage Golf Course Thursday, Sept. 4. Both boys and girls varsity teams won team titles as did both boys and girls junior varsity teams, in the 12-team meet. The Knight varsity boys were led by [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports The STMA football team faced a tough test on the road against the St. Francis Saints. The opening drive saw Jackson Greenwaldt hook up with Isaiah Weston for an early 7-0 lead. But the Saints made it clear they would not go down quietly, as they had also [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports The new-look STMA boys soccer team continued its building period with three losses against Monticello, Orono and St. Cloud Tech. The Knights played well defensively against the Magic, playing Monticello to a scoreless tie at the end of the first half. In the second half, Taylor Modaff and [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports   The early wave of success continued for the Knights as they scored 11 goals in two victories. Leah Johnson, Jordyn Walker and Emily Swanson scored two goals apiece as the Knights ran away with a 7-0 victory over the St. Cloud Tech Tigers. Izzy Ferrozzo continued her [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports   The Muddy Crow stayed on STMA’s sideline for another year as the Knights beat Buffalo and new head coach Todd Bouman. Jordan Joseph scored the first points of the season on a six yard touchdown run. On the next drive, senior quarterback Jackson Greenwaldt found Isaiah Weston [...]

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