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The Knights girls tennis team win two and lose one the past week. The Knights opened the week with a non-conference 3-4 loss to an undefeated Becker team. Singles — #1 Kiana Eystad lost 1-6, 1-6; #2 Jolene Duda lost 0-6, 2-6; #3 Cory Eull lost 5-7, 0-6; #4 Alli Hinz won 6-1, 6-4. Doubles [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports The STMA girls’ soccer team won two more important conference games to remain unbeaten in the Mississippi 8. The Knights offense kept rolling against the St. Francis Saints on Tuesday. Jordyn Walker scored two goals to lead the Knights attack. After leading 2-1 at the end of the [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports The Knights defense rebounded in a big way against Monticello and picked up its second shutout in three games. STMA (3-0) got its first touchdown when quarterback Jackson Greenwaldt found Jordan Joseph for a four yard connection. The 7-0 score carried through to the end of the opening [...]

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For the second week in a row, STMA Knight cross country runners Rachel King and Chase Cayo, captured individual cross country race titles. Both runners had personal best times, with King running the 4K at Anoka Thursday Sept. 11, in a time of 14 minutes 14 seconds, bettering her old best time by 4 seconds. [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports The STMA boys soccer team lost another pair of close games to St. Francis and Cambridge-Isanti. Logan Daniels scored all three goals for St. Francis in a 3-2 home victory for the Saints. The Knights tied the game after Daniels’ first goal and kept it tied at halftime. [...]

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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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