BOYS SOCCER Duluth Denfeld 0-2—2 Hermantown 0-0—0 First half — No scoring. Second half — 1. Ben Gibson (Caden Rathke), 54th minute; 2. Gibson (Keegan Chastey), 57th. Saves — Eric Gibson, DD, 5; Kory Snyder, H, 3; A.J. Harris, H, 3. Hibbing-Chisholm 0-2—2 Proctor 1-0—1 First half — 1. P, Evan O'Connor (Ty Montoye), 10th. Second half — 2. HC, Carsen Monnier, 48th (pk); 3. HC, Skylar Rhodes (Michael Kubena), 70th.
St. Scholastica scored two goals 44 seconds apart in the second half en route to defeating Bethany Luther College 3-0 in UMAC action Saturday in Mankato, Minn. After Duluth's Darby Henderson put the Saints (4-2 overall, 2-0 UMAC) ahead with a 29th-minute goal, Armin Bobaric and Alex Dodd scored back-to-back early in the second half to seal the win over Bethany Lutheran (1-4, 0-2). Sandy Davidson-Hunt made two saves to earn the win in goal.
Sarah Kelly posted 12 kills to lead seventh-ranked Minnesota Duluth to an easy three-set 25-19, 25-15, 25-10 NSIC victory over Bemidji State on Saturday in Bemidji. Makenzie Morgen and Kate Berg each totaled nine kills for the Bulldogs (9-1 overall, 2-0 NSIC). Morgen led UMD in services aces with four against the Beavers (3-7, 0-2). Emily Torve had 27 set assists for the Bulldogs and Keena Seiffert came off the bench to lead the team in digs with 10.
St. Scholastica senior Casey Hovland crossed the finish line in 22 minutes, 15.2 seconds on Saturday to win the women's 6-kilometer race at the St. Olaf Invitational in Northfield, Minn. The Saints finished 13th in the 26-school women's field. Wisconsin-Superior was 17th. Minnesota Duluth was third with three runners in the top 20. Junior Meaghan Borowski led the Bulldogs taking 10th in 22:58.7 on the 8K course. The UMD men took second as a team thanks to a third-place finish by senior Cody Sedbrook, who finished in 25:54.5. Three Bulldogs finished in the top 20.
A 79-year-old man died Saturday after the bulldozer he was operating rolled over on his property in Industrial Township. The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office reported that Donald Raether was found trapped beneath the bulldozer on property on the 4900 block of Aune Road, about 20 miles northwest of Duluth, late Saturday afternoon. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
A 60-year-old Hibbing man was arrested for a DWI after he was injured in an ATV rollover on a trail near Hibbing on Saturday afternoon.
A Fredenberg Township woman died Friday after apparently missing a curve in foggy conditions and driving into Island Lake north of Duluth. The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office reported that the vehicle of Darlene Lukovsky, who was to have turned 80 on Sunday, was found early Saturday, submerged in the lake off Bear Island Road. She had been reported missing by family members on Friday evening. They said she had spoken by family members by phone at about 1:30 p.m. Friday, saying she was driving home from getting groceries in Duluth, but never returned home.
Sept. 12 Brian T. Eastlick, 28, Duluth, driving after suspension, dismissed. Daniel R. Huffman, 20, Esko, driving 80 mph in a 50 mph zone, continued for dismissal for one year with condition of no same or similar offense. Sept. 14
Join the Head of the Lakes United Way for its annual Chili Cook-Off from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center. This fun, filling, family chili-tasting and voting event has become a tradition to bring supporters of United Way together. You’ll find chilis of all sorts, including vegetarian, hot, traditional and unconventional. In addition to great chili, local businesses donate ice cream, cookies, bread and beverages for the event.
Proctor's defense set the tone early and often as the Rails downed Grand Rapids 9-0 in a Northeast Red high school football game Friday night in Proctor. Proctor junior Zach Gunderson started the scoring in the second quarter when he tackled a Grand Rapids runner in the end zone for a safety. It stayed 2-0 until the fourth quarter when senior Jordan Linder returned a punt 39 yards for a touchdown. Cody Hampton led the Rails (2-1) in rushing with 48 yards, while the defense allowed just 6 net yards and six first downs to the Thunderhawks (1-2).