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WCFC Toros move into first-place tie with two wins

First-half goals by Miguel Perdomo and Tim Kaltenberger boosted the Worthington Community Football Club Toros to a 2-1 victory over FC Minneapolis on Saturday at Trojan Field.


Goalkeeper Ricardo Maldonado saved his third penalty kick of the match to help preserve the win. Combined with a 1-0 Worthington victory against the Granite City FC on the road in St. Cloud this past Thursday night, the Toros are now 4-1 on the season. That puts WCFC in a tie for first place in the Midwest West Division with the St. Croix Soccer Club.


The Toros' next match is scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday against the Minneapolis City SC at Augsburg University. The next home match will be at 6 p.m. May 29 against the St. Paul Blackhawks.



Minnesota West baseball players Joe Zhu, Axell Espino, Fernando Marte and Triston Sauerbrei have each been voted to the Minnesota College Athletic Conference All South Division first team for the 2024 season.


Ridge Inhofer and Jordan Bauer were voted All South Division second team. Robert Reyes and Daniel Castro were voted All South Division third team.




The Worthington Cubs amateur baseball team was defeated by Hadley 7-3 on Sunday in Worthington. Nathan VanOrman collected three hits, and Easton Sauerbrei and Tucker Brandner each had two.

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