Saints report: CSS football defeated at Hamline
Connor Leavens hit Ryder Hutton with 13 and 19 yard touchdowns sandwiched between two field goals from Lucius Negrillo.
The Saints got on the board early in the third on a 61-yard pass from Byron Bishop to Pete Saint Fleur. Bishop ran for one short touchdown and threw another late in the game, but the Saints never trailed with less than two touchdowns in the second half.
Bishop had 17 passes for 35 passes for 213 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. Bryceton Butkiewicz (Moose Lake-Willow River) led the Saints on rushing with 79 yards on 17 carries. Saint Fleur caught three passes for 83 yards.
CSS (0-2 MIAC) returns to Duluth to play Gustavus Adolphus next Saturday. The game is scheduled for Malosky Stadium at the University of Minnesota Duluth.
Saint Scholastica 0 0 6 12 – 18
Hamline 10 10 7 7 – 34
H – Lucius Negrillo FG 33
H – Ryder Hutton 13 assist from Connor Leavens (Negrillo kick)
H – Hutton 19 pass from Leavens (Negrillo kick)
H – Negrillo FG 29
S – Pete Saint Fleur 61 assist from Byron Bishop (miss)
H – Charlie Wilson 5 passes from Leavens (Negrillo kick)
S – Bishop 1 run (missed kick)
H – Terrell Jones 3 run (Negrillo kick)
S – Adrian Mitchell 20 assists from Bishop (missed pass)
CSS wins first MIAC victory
St. Scholastica had their best batting percentage of the season and won the MIAC game for the first time, beating St. Benedict 3-1 (25-21, 25-20, 17-25, 25-20) on Saturday in St. Joseph, Minnesota, Saturday.
Jessica Remer led the CSS attack with 15 kills. Madissen Burns added 12. Ellie Greenwaldt had 22 assists and Katie Brostrom 21.
Defensively, Alcia Draper racked up 40 digs.
CSS (1-4, 1-2 MIAC) returns home for an MIAC game against Concordia (Minn.) On Friday.
Saints Bleached by Bethel
First-half goals from Matthias Caspari and Erik Martens were more than enough for Bethel in MIAC’s 2-0 win in Arden Hills, Minnesota on Saturday.
During the shooting attempts (9-9 at halftime and 21-19 CSS for the game) play was fairly even, but Royals goaltender Colin Hupert was even on six shots the Saints got on target. Liam Lothian made seven saves for CSS.
The Saints (6-5, 2-3 MIAC) have a non-league home game Thursday against Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
Shrode’s goal holds firm for CSS victory
Abigail Shrode scored for St. Scholastica in the 48th minute and the Saints held on for a 1-0 MIAC win over Bethel on Saturday in Arden Hills, Minnesota.
Brianna Jorgenson made 11 shutout saves, her second in as many appearances.
CSS (3-5-2, 3-1 MIAC) is aiming for a three-game winning streak Wednesday in Augsburg.