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Dragon girls shut out Riveters, 5-0

LITCHFIELD – Sophia Hillmann scored two goals, Alyssa Olson had three assists, and Avery Stilwell stopped all 30 shots she faced in a 5-0 home victory for the LDC girls hockey team over St. Paul/Henry Sibley Tuesday.

The Dragons improved to 3-5-1 on the season, already surpassing last year’s win total when they went 2-23.

Lydia Niemela, Courtney Carlson, and Ella Hansen also scored goals for the Dragons.

Check out Friday’s Enterprise Dispatch for a full recap.

LDC boys skate to 2-2 tie with Bloomington Kennedy

BLOOMINGTON – Brandt Pedersen and Caleb Keith each had a goal and an assist, while Darby Halonen stopped 20-of-22 shots in net for LDC, as the Dragons skated to a 2-2 tie with the Kennedy Eagles Tuesday.

Craig Herman scored both of Kennedy’s goals, including a shorthanded marker at 7:11 of the first period for the first goal of the game.

Keith’s goal in the third period put LDC up 2-1 at 7:51 of the third period, but the lead was shortlived as Herman scored his second goal of the game at 11:19.

Kennedy outshot LDC 4-0 in the overtime session, but Halonen stopped all four shots to preserve the tie.

Check out Friday’s Enterprise Dispatch for a full recap.

Rocori defeats DC girls basketball

COKATO – After getting blown out in their previous two games, the Chargers played much better against Rocori at home Tuesday, pulling to within three points midway through the half (32-29) before the Spartans went on a 7-0 run to pull away.

Kezia Lee scored 16 points to lead all scorers. A total of 10 DC players scored at least one point.

Walters noted that a big difference came at the free throw line, where DC shot just 14-for-28 (50%).

Cayden Botten led the Spartans with 14 points, with Maggie Linz adding nine.

Check out Friday’s Enterprise Dispatch for a full recap.


DC boys basketball falls at Big Lake

BIG LAKE – Logan Nagorski scored 26 points, on 10-of-12 shooting, to lead the Hornets (3-0) past the Chargers 61-35 Tuesday.

Collin Krick led the Chargers in scoring with 18 points. Ethan Mayer had a team-high five rebounds, as DC matched Big Lake in boards, 30-30.

The big difference in the game was shooting percentage.

The Hornets shot 51% (24-47), including a whopping 20-32 inside (63%).

DC, meanwhile, shot 26% (12-46), including just 29% (7-24) from inside the arc.

Check out Friday’s Enterprise Dispatch for a full recap.

DC Sports Schedule, week of Dec. 14-20


LDC girls hockey at Waconia


DC wrestling hosts DC Invitational, 10 a.m.

DC gymnastics at HLWW Invitational, 11 a.m.

LDC girls hockey vs. Hutchinson, 1 p.m.

LDC boys hockey vs. Hutchinson, 5 p.m.


LDC boys hockey at Mound Westonka, 7 p.m.

LDC girls hockey vs. Mound Westonka, 7 p.m.

DC boys basketball vs. Maple Lake, 7 p.m.

DC girls basketball at Monticello, 7:15 p.m.


DC wrestling Quadrangular at DC, 5 p.m.

DC/L boys swimming vs. Montevideo, 6 p.m.

LDC girls hockey vs. River Lakes, 7 p.m.

DC boys basketball vs. Hutchinson, 7 p.m.






Charger wrestlers finish second at Delano

DELANO – The DC wrestling team took second out of 12 teams at the Delano Invitational Saturday.

The Chargers had one individual champion, Jacob Schmitz at 195 pounds.

The team also had three wrestlers place second, and four take third place.

Jude Link (132), Prestin Bradley (145), and Beau Nelson (182) made the championship finals, but finished second.

Delano won the meet with a score of 181.5, finishing 25 points ahead of the Chargers.

Check out Friday’s Enterprise Dispatch for a full recap.