Little Falls Girls Soccer
By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor tyler.ohmann@mcrecord.com A season that ended with a heart-breaking 1-0 loss to Sauk Rapids-Rice was still one of the most successful in program history for Little Falls’ girls soccer program. An emphasis on defense  that translated into 625 intercepts also led to an...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor tyler.ohmann@mcrecord.com The Little Falls girls soccer season ended with a heart-wrenching loss to Sauk Rapids-Rice, Oct. 11. The home team and second-seeded Flyers’ and the No. 3 seed Storm played scoreless for all but 2:31 of the game. Neither team was able to conv...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor tyler.ohmann@mcrecord.com Three more defensive-minded girls soccer contests led to three more wins and a share of the conference title for the Little Falls Flyers. First, the Flyers topped visiting St. Cloud Catheral 2-1 Sept. 25. After a scoreless first half, Little Fa...Read More
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By PATRICK SLACK Sports Reporter Little Falls needed at least a tie to keep control of its own fate in the Granite Ridge Conference (GRC) race. With the help of a late goal, that is precisely what the Flyers came away with Tuesday, earning a 1-1 draw at Zimmerman. The defensive struggle remained sco...Read More
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Stingy may not be a strong enough word to describe it. Little Falls extended its shutout streak to six matches this week, putting up two more wins and a tie. The Flyers started by topping visiting Zimmerman 3-0, Sept. 4, then went on to play host Big Lake to a scoreless draw, Monday. Little Falls [....Read More
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Little Falls shut out its third opponent in a row, Tuesday, running its record to 3-1 in the process. The Flyers handled visiting Walker-Hackensack-Akeley/Cass Lake-Bena (WHA/CLB) 3-0, with sophomore keeper Lauren Thielman stopping all four shots she faced. Senior Marissa Virnig scored the Flyers’...Read More
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Senior Federico Zonca netted a pair of goals, but Little Falls dropped a pair of close matches to open the season. The Flyers traveled to Bemidji to kick off the fall, Aug. 22, with the Lumberjacks prevailing 4-3. Senior Thomas Bell, junior Brandon McCall and Zonca all scored for Little Falls, with ...Read More
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Little Falls didn’t just take a step forward last season, but a giant leap. The Flyers won 11 matches, hosted and dominated a first-round playoff match and took eventual section champion Sartell-St. Stephen to the brink. Little Falls will look to build off of that success this fall, and will do so...Read More
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