About two months to the day after one Red Wing girls golf standout committed to a Division I college, another has done the same.Wingers junior Leah Herzog has carried on Red Wing's tradition of top-notch golfers by verbally committing to play in the Big Ten Conference at the University of Nebraska.Her classmate, Sophia Yoemans, the defending Class AAA state medalist, announced her decision to play Division I college golf at the University of Missouri back in October.
Anna Podein grabbed the puck near the blue line, danced around a Rochester Lourdes defender with a nifty stop-and-start move, then put a shot off the crossbar.Her Benilde-St. Margaret's teammate Samantha Deterding punched the rebound into an open net for the game-winning goal against Rochester Lourdes in a girls hockey game on Tuesday at the Rochester Recreation Center.Podein's head coach said the fancy offensive footwork wasn't something he could teach her.
The Rochester Ice Hawks have been behind the eight ball since joining the North American 3 Hockey League nearly more than two years ago.Ownership wants to get out from behind it. "It's one of the most difficult things I've had to do," said Doc Fatis, who has owned the team for all of its 21 seasons, "but we needed to make a culture change. We were having trouble recruiting and getting players to come here. We needed to make a change."
Red Wing girls beat Northfield 4-0 to avenge earlier loss to the Raiders. Taylor Heise 3 goals, 1 assist. We know she’s incredible, but anyone notice goalie Tyler McGrath? 14-save shutout tonight; 10-2-0, .942 save pct., 1.42 GAA, 4 shutouts this season
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Selecting a term
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