SEWANEE, Tennessee — St. Scholastica’s football season got off to a rough start with a 50-0 non-conference loss at Sewanee on Saturday.
A charter member of the Division I Southeastern Conference from 1932 to 1940, the Tigers scored their first three touchdowns during 3:53 of the first quarter, helped by three Saints fumbles, They led 21-0 after the quarter and led 34-0. at halftime.
The Saints stopped turnovers but struggled to move the ball, gaining 115 yards by 450 yards and only seven first downs.
Jeremiah Young threw for 148 yards on 14 of Sewanee’s 23 attempts, throwing one TD and one interception. Damerian Wigneton ran for his game-high 81 yards on 11 carries and was one of his three Sewany his running backs to score a touchdown.
In the CSS, Guiliano Villalpando had 51 yards on 6 of 11 passes. Both Ty Givance and Benjamin Hunter gained 19 yards each on his three catches. Logan Overedal (Moose Lake/Willow River) was a rusher leading his CSS with 2 carries he was 23 yards.
CSS (0-1) regroups for the second and final non-conference game on September 17th at Crown.
Victory on the Road for MSOE Engineers
The Milwaukee School of Engineering scored the first two goals 46 seconds apart early on Saturday’s 3-0 non-conference win at Saints Field.
Raiders Freddy Komparat and Lukas Schwentke hit back-to-back shots nine minutes into the game, and Michael Rollman scored on the 41st to give them a 3-0 half-time lead, making it the final. rice field.
MSOE fired 13 shots (6 hits) and CSS fired 8 shots (2 hits). The Saints need a quick turnaround to face Upper Midwest Athletic Conference opponents Northland on Sunday afternoon, as Liam Lothian put the Saints to his three saves (0-1).
Saints finish Texas trip 0-2
The first two goals of the season proved insufficient for St. Scholastica’s women’s football as Mary Hardin-Baylor held the Saints 3-2 in Abilene, Texas on Saturday.
The Crusaders led 2–0 with a goal 95 seconds off midway through the first half, but CSS scored their first goal of the season in the 34th minute from Kaitlyn Soter.
The teams exchanged goals on penalty kicks about five minutes apart in the second half, but the Saints were unable to find an equalizer in the remaining five minutes of play.
Hunter Zamzow was another scorer for the Saints (0-2) who returned home to face Wisconsin Whitewater in Friday’s game. Goalkeeper Gracie Marger recorded his seven saves.
CSS splits day two in California.
St. Scholastica Volleyball finished their trip to the Pacific Coast Classic with three wins in four games after Saturday’s split.
The Saints beat Chapman 3-1 (25-20, 16-25, 25-16, 25-17) in Laverne, California, but went 3-2 (22-25, 26-28, 25-12, 25). -17). -12, 15-11) to La Baan.
In the first match, Jessica Reamer had 19 kills and Lindsay Baribault (Mesabi East) had 12 kills.
Alcia Draper became the Saints’ dig leader with 24, while Remer and Bailee Hess added 15 each. Katie Brostrom recorded her 39 assists.
Against Laverne, the Saints survived a 29-17 kill deficit to win each of the first two sets, while the hosts had 38 kills against just seven offensive errors in the final three sets. It kept the leopards at bay forever.
Remer led the CSS with 12 kills and 3 aces. Draper amassed 24 digs and Brostrom amassed 30 assists.
CSS (3-1) will play Superior vs. Nebraska Wesleyan near their home on Friday.
Helmer wins the opener
Maj-Lis Helmer (Duluth East) won the race for the first time in her college career as a St. Scholastica sophomore at Blaine’s Twin Cities Twilight on Friday.
Helmer completed the 3-mile course in 18 minutes and 13 seconds, winning by a margin of 38 seconds. His teammate Victoria Dibwad was fifth. The CSS team finished second overall behind Bethel.
In the men’s race, CSS also finished second to Bethel, with junior Lars Dewall taking second place (14:54) for the second year in a row.