Max Schneider scored six goals and the Brainerd Warriors defeated Little Falls 8-4 in junior varsity boys' soccer Monday.
Brainerd's first-half scores were by Schneider in the third minute; Schneider in the seventh minute, assisted by Jacob Morey; Gil Millette in the 10th minute, assisted by Schneider; Millette in the 11th minute; Schneider in the 27th minute; and Schneider in the 27th minute, assisted by Keenan Goodrich.
Schneider also scored in the 51st minute of the second half, assisted by Chris Nathan, and in the 68th minute.
Brainerd goalkeeper in the first half was John Schuldheisz, who made three saves. In the second half Brian Sexton made four saves.
In a 7-1 win over Sartell Tuesday, Schneider had four goals.
First-half goals were by Jacob Morey, assisted by Schneider in the sixth minute; Evan Impola, assisted by Gil Millette in the 12th minute; and Schneider in the 20th and 26th minute.
Brainerd second-half scores were by Schneider in the 46th minute; Schneider, assisted by Chris Nathan in the 61st minute; and Gil Millette, assisted by Micah Gustafson in the 69th minute.
Brainerd keeper in the first half was Schuldheisz, who made seven saves. In the second half Sexton stopped three shots.
The Warriors finished the season 7-3-3 in conference play, 9-3-4 overall.
Football league hopes
to field team in Brainerd
The Northern States Football League, a Class 3A semipro league, is looking to field teams in Bemidji, Brainerd, Crookston, Detroit Lakes and Hutchinson.
The league offers full contact football for players 18-up.
For more information, or to have an application sent for the January scouting combines, send an e-mail with "info" in the subject box to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The league plays in the spring and early summer.
Brainerd's Danielle Uphoff has been named the Central Lakes Conference girls' soccer player of the week ending Oct. 8.
Uphoff, a senior forward, had five goals in two games last week to raise her total to 17 for the season.
Jones wins, Rizer
second at Proctor
Justin Jones, Onamia, and Todd Rizer, Little Falls, finished first and second at the inaugural Proctoberfest at Proctor Speedway Oct. 8.
The two Jones-owned Wissota Midwest Modifieds competed in the same heat race with Jones starting sixth and Rizer eighth. Jones won the heat race and Rizer was second. Jones captured the pole for the 20-lap main event with Rizer starting third.
Rizer passed the second-place car on the opening lap and the top two spots remained the same until the finish.
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