LOGAN WELLER

Prior Lake • soccer

The senior attacker has always been a goal scorer. But Weller is in a different zone now.

Weller has netted at least one goal in 10 of the Lakers’ past 11 games, and two or more in five of them (four consecutive). Weller had that streak stopped with a one-goal, two-assist performance in Prior Lake’s 4-2 victory over Class 2A, No. 8 Minnetonka.

“Logan is always in the right place at the right time,” coach Mike Shebuski said. “He has a knack for putting the ball away.”

Weller has 19 goals on the season for No. 9 Prior Lake (11-2-1) after his current run of 10 in a five-game stretch.

“None of us are worried about individual stats,” Weller said. “We care about how the team does first. Our team is playing really well right now, and that makes me look that much better.”

Weller wasn’t in the starting lineup for the Lakers at the beginning of the season. That has since changed.

“Logan’s work ethic has been great,” Shebuski said. “He has found his role.”

ALIA DORLAND

St. Michael-Albertville • volleyball

The Knights won the Blaine Invitational and are riding a 12-game winning streak thanks in part to the play of Dorland. “She has saved and produced crucial points for us,” Knights coach Michelle Chen said. “She is an all-around player who has contributed significantly to our wins.”

JACKSON RUSNACKO

Minneapolis Edison • football

Rusnacko quarterbacked the Tommies offense to their first victory, a 56-40 triumph over St. Paul Humboldt. The three-sport athlete (he also plays basketball and baseball) had the best game of his career, completing 17 of 25 passes for 343 yards and six touchdowns.

CHLOE DAVIS

New Prague • volleyball

The junior setter has been pivotal in leading the Trojans (16-8) on an 11-game winning streak, most recently claiming the Tri-City United tournament championship She had 121 assists, 32 digs, 16 kills and 14 service aces this past week.

JAMESON SHRUM

Farmington • football

The Tigers were looking for a spark, trailing Eagan 13-0. Shrum provided it, intercepting three passes and breaking up three more. His first interception led to Farmington’s first touchdown in a 31-16 come-from-behind victory over the Wildcats. His other two picks came in the fourth quarter.

ANNA FRENZ

Trinity • soccer

Frenz set the school record for goals in a season when she netted her 21st of the year last week. The senior has scored in eight of the past nine games for the Tri Hawks, and has six game-winning goals on the year.

 

JOSEPH HEIMBOLD

Holy Angels • football

The senior quarterback was on fire in the first half against Richfield, producing 49 points in a 56-13 victory. He finished 8-for-13 passing for 179 yards and four scores and carried the ball 13 times for 118 yards and two touchdowns as the Stars improved to 5-0.

RON HAGGSTROM

 

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