C-I swimmers 3rd at Sholund Invite

FALL SPORTS ROUND-UP: Long-time coach Scott Sholund came back to town for the Oct. 1 invitational which now bears his name. He saw the Bluejackets place 3rd with several great performances.

The C-I divers upgraded their personal 11-dive scores when Emily Stewart took 3rd (334.1), Hannah Thiry 4th (321.7) and Maria Leibel 8th (277.3). Katie McCann placed 2nd in the 50 Free (26.3), and she teamed with Brooke Olson, Maria Vavra and Paige Thomas on the 3rd-place 200 Free Relay (1:45.8).

Katie Beauto swam to a 4th-place in the 100 Backstroke (1:09.1) and set a personal-best 2:32.9 in the 200 IM, good for 6th. Ashley Hiljus (1:09), Sydney Johnson (1:11) and Ann Sunderman (1:12) added solid times in the Backstroke.

Jacket Volleyball 2-2 at East Invite

Cambridge-Isanti volleyball went 2-2 to take 7th place at the Oct. 1 Duluth East Invite. The Bluejackets defeated Barnum 25-13, 25-15 and Greenway 25-22, 19-25, 15-0 while falling to East 25-23, 25-20 and Washburn, WI 25-17, 22-25, 15-10.

Jacket stats for tourney:

Julia Walfoort had 6 aces, 41 kills, 9 blocks, and 16 digs
Katelyn Torgerson had 5 aces, 4 kills, and 27 digs
Kylie Baas had 4 aces, 11 kills, 72 assists and 27 digs
Lexis Landherr had 3 blocks, 4 digs, and 9 kills
Emily Sorgert had 10 kills, and 8 digs
Greta Holt had 6 kills, and 2 digs
Korbyn Felde had 12 kills 31 digs
Sydney Larkin had 3 aces, 34 digs
Abby Glotzbach had 3 aces and 25 digs

This week the Bluejackets split two non-conference matches, falling to visiting Coon Rapids 3-1 on Oct. 3 before defeating host Spring Lake Park 3-2 Oct. 4.

M-8 Volleyball

St. Michael-Alb. 4-1, 11-4; Rogers 3-1, 11-6; Buffalo 2-1, 11-6; Becker 1-1, 8-6; Monticello 1-2, 7-8; Big Lake 1-2, 3-13; Cambridge-Isanti 0-4, 9-10.

Section 7AAA leaders: Duluth East 14-3; Andover 10-4; Grand Rapids 10-6; Elk River 10-4.

C-I Boys Soccer defeats Hylanders, Bulldogs

The Cambridge-Isanti boys soccer squad won its past two games, including taking down Columbia Heights 6-2 in a road matinee Oct. 1. Josh Samsa scored 4 goals for the Jackets, matched by Josh Rouse accumulating 4 assists and 2 goals. Aaron Kordiak added an assist, and Nate Medin got the win in goal.

On Oct. 4, the Jackets held off visiting Becker 3-2. C-I’s other Mississippi 8 action last week was a 9-0 loss to Rogers Sept. 29.

M-8 Boys Soccer

St. Michael-Alb. 4-0-1, 9-4-2; Buffalo 5-1-1, 9-4-1; Monticello 4-2, 7-6-1; Rogers 3-3, 3-11-1; Cambridge-Isanti 2-3, 6-5-1; Becker 1-4, 1-10; Big Lake-Spectrum 0-6, 1-10.

Section 7AA leaders: Duluth East 8-3-2; Blaine 7-4-2; Andover 8-5-1.

Rogers tips Jacket Girls Soccer

Visiting Rogers got past Cambridge-Isanti 3-1 in Mississippi 8 girls soccer action Sept. 29. The Bluejacket finish the conference and regular season at St. Michael-Albertville Oct. 6.

In their other action this week, the Jackets shut down host Patrick Henry 5-0 on Oct. 3.

M-8 Girls Soccer

St. Michael-Alb. 4-0, 9-2-3; Rogers 4-0, 8-5; Buffalo 3-1-1, 7-5-1; Cambridge-Isanti 3-2-1, 4-7-2; Monticello 1-3-2, 7-5-3; Big Lake 1-4, 7-6-2; Becker 0-6, 0-11.

 Section 7AA leaders: Duluth Denfeld 8-1-3; Blaine 7-4-2; Duluth East 8-6.

Warrior Soccer wins three more

Cambridge Christian soccer played host to Spectrum High School on Sept. 30, with the Warriors rolling to a 5-1 victory. Jake Wold netted a hat trick and also an assist. Jack Swenson and Josh Roble each netted a goal, and Justin Roble added an assist.

On Sept. 26, CCS played host to Hope Academy, posting an 11-0 shutout. Hannah Solomon and Sophie Morris each recorded hat tricks, with Grant Taylor, Charlie Swenson, Isaiah Hurd, David Fryc and Josh Wichman all scoring solo goals.

• CCS improved to 8-1 overall and 3-0 in the CAL with a 4-1 victory over visiting Valley Christian Oct. 4. Wold continued to have the hot foot with 2 goals; solo goals were contributed by Fryc and Bill Enos.  Ellie Werlein added an assist.

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