PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Area golf teams compete at Camden Conference Championships

Photo by Sam Thiel Lakeview’s Shay Gregoire hits a tee shot during the Camden Conference Championships on Monday at Marshall Golf Club.

MARSHALL – Multiple area teams took part in the Camden Conference Championships on Monday morning at Marshall Golf Club. On the girls side, Lakeview took second with a team score of 443, Minneota took third (447) and RTR took fourth (455). TMB, YME, Dawson-Boyd and Canby all recorded incomplete team scores. Lac qui Parle Valley took first with a score of 347.

On the boys side, Lakeview took third with a team score of 368 while Minneota took fourth (369), YME took fifth (372), Canby took sixth (385), RTR took seventh (411) and Dawson-Boyd took ninth (441). TMB recorded an incomplete team score while Community Christian Schools took first with a score of 320.

Girls

For Lakeview, Shay Gregoire led the way for the Lakers with a 105 while Kaitlin Fischer shot 108, Aubrey Kaczmarek had a 111 and Kennar Wee shot 119 to round out their scores.

For Minneota, Lauren Bowyer led the way for the Vikings with a 95 while Jeren Rost shot 115, Emily Rybinski had a 116 and Natalie Bot shot 121 to round out their scores.

For RTR, Skyler Borresen led the way for the Knights with a 105 while Allie Christianson shot 110, Rylie Hess had a 114 and Shae O’Leary shot 126 to round out their scores.

For YME, Madison Ohliger led the way for the Sting with a 111 while Sam Anderson shot 124 to round out their scores.

For Dawson-Boyd, Rachel Lund led the way with a 90 while Ella Mork shot 103 and Eden Weber had a 154 to round out their scores.

For TMB, Kallie Benson led the way for the Panthers with a 114.

For Canby, Jayla Hulzebos led the way for the Lancers with a 105.

Boys

For Lakeview, Aaron Loe led the way for the Lakers with an 89 while Bryce Arends shot 92, Parker Geistfeld had 93 and Cole Arends shot 94. Payton Kvistad shot 101 and Nathan Grenges shot 118 to round out their scores.

For Minneota, Nolan Boerboom led the way for the Vikings with an 84 while Cole Myhre shot 88, Braxton Downing had a 98 and Mitchell Rost shot 99. Joey Rybinski shot 112 and Chase Differding had a 124 to round out their scores.

For YME, Sam Ohliger led the way for the Sting with an 88 while Jacob Peterson had a 91, Ben Rillo shot 92 and Bryant Bestland had a 101. Tucker Olson shot a 127 to round out their scores.

For Canby, Jake Wagner led the way for the Lancers with an 83 while Dylan Bach shot 96 and Carter Verhelst and Andrew Snobl both shot 103. Isaac Bach shot a 105 while Tristen Ufkin shot 113 to round out their scores.

For RTR, Jack Kerr led the way for the Knights with an 88 while Chase Christensen shot 100, Cooper Hansen had a 109 and Carter Hansen shot 114. Camden Hansen shot 125 to round out their scores.

For Dawson-Boyd, Collin Swedzinski led the way with an 86 while Sawyer Plessner shot 108, Dain Polhamus had a 121 and Grant Martinson shot 126 to round out their scores.

For TMB, Mitchell Benson led the way for the Panthers with a 114 while Parker Hinrich shot 136 to round out their scores.

Tomahawk

Conference

Championships

FAIRFAX – The Wabasso boys and girls golf team competed in the Tomahawk Conference Championships on Monday, with the boys team recording a score of 419 to take seventh while the girls team recording an incomplete score. Sleepy Eye United took first on the boys side with a 335 while GFW took first on the girls side with a 438.

On the boys side, Jayden Goblish led the way for the Rabbits with a 100 while Justin Bernardy shot a 102, Tristan Kuehn had a 103 and Jayden Carlson had a 114. Hunter Bernardy shot 122 and Noah Netzke shot 134 to round out their scores.

On the girls side, Jocelyn Jenniges was the lone Wabasso golfer, shooting a 145.

Wabasso will compete next on Thursday at Westbrook-Walnut Grove at 4:30 p.m.

Softball

New Ulm 8, 

Marshall 4

NEW ULM – The Marshall softball team fell to New Ulm 8-4 on Monday.

Lenei Estrada led the way for the Tigers with a 3 for 4 day at the plate while Paige Andries went 2 for 3 and Abby Wendorff went 2 for 4 with an RBI. Shelby Versaevel had a double and three RBI to add to the Marshall effort.

Ashleigh Steinbach took the loss on the mound, going six innings while allowing eight runs on nine hits and striking out three.

Marshall (3-14) will face Blue Earth Area today at 4:30 p.m.

New Ulm 8, Marshall 4

Marshall 000 000 4 – 4 9 5

New Ulm 530 000 x – 8 9 3

HITTING: Marshall (Estrada 3-4; Andries 2-3; Versaevel 1 H, 3 RBI; Wendorff 2-4, RBI).

PITCHING (IP-R-ER-H-BB-SO): Marshall (Steinbach 6-8-3-9-1-3).

M/C 7, TMB 2

M/C 7, TMB 5

MINNEOTA – The Minneota/Canby softball team earned a doubleheader sweep over Tracy-Milroy-Balaton on Monday, winning Game 1 7-2 before taking Game 2 7-5.

In Game 1, Lexi Sanow led the way for the Vikings with a 3 for 3 day at the plate while Madison Sorenson went 2 for 4 with two RBI and Kaylee Johnson and Emily Pohlen each added a pair of hits and an RBI.

Sydney Larson earned the victory in the circle, going seven innings while allowing two runs on four hits and striking out 11.

Margaret Dolan led the way for the Panthers with a 2 for 3 day at the plate while Katelyn Danielson added a solo home run and Brooklyn Ludeman went 1 for 3.

Jadyn Lessman took the loss, going seven innings while allowing seven runs on 14 hits and striking out four.

In Game 2, Larson led the way for the Vikings with a 3 for 3 day at the plate, including a two-run home run, and three RBI while Johnson added a pair of hits and two RBI.

Larson also earned the win in the circle, going six innings while allowing two runs on eight hits and striking out seven.

Kylie Hensch led the way for the Panthers with a 3 for 4 day at the plate while Dolan added a pair of hits and an RBI and Katelyn Danielson and Kiara Danielson had a hit and an RBI apiece.

Lessman took the loss in relief, going 3.2 innings while allowing one run on three hits and striking out three.

Minneota/Canby (16-2) will face Redwood Valley on Friday at 4:30 p.m. while TMB (11-8) will face Murray County Central on Thursday at 4:30 p.m.

Game 1

M/C 7, TMB 2

M/C 201 040 0 – 7 14 1

TMB 001 001 0 – 2 4 2

HITTING: M/C (A. Hennen 2-4; Johnson 2-4, RBI; Pohlen 2-4, RBI; Sorenson 2-4, 2 RBI; Sanow 3-3; Rangaard 1-4; Buysse 1-4, RBI; Konold 1-4, RBI); TMB (Katelyn Danielson 1-2, HR, RBI; Ludeman 1-3; Dolan 2-3).

PITCHING (IP-R-ER-H-BB-SO): M/C (Larson 7-2-1-4-2-11); TMB (Lessman 7-7-7-14-1-4).

Game 2

M/C 7, TMB 5

TMB 112 100 0 – 5 13 0

M/C 105 001 x – 7 7 2

HITTING: TMB (Kiara Danielson 1-3, RBI; Katelyn Danielson 1-4, RBI; Ludeman 1-4; Mayer 1-3, RBI; Dolan 2-3, RBI; Hensch 3-4; Surprenant 1-3, RBI; Swan 1-2; Steffes 1-1; Anderson 1-1); M/C (Johnson 2-4, 2 RBI; Larson 3-3, HR, 3 RBI; Sorenson 1-2; Buysse 1-3, RBI).

PITCHING (IP-R-ER-H-BB-SO): TMB (Swan 2.1-6-6-4-4-1; Lessman 3.2-1-1-3-2-3); M/C (Larson 6-2-1-8-1-7; Tolk 1-3-2-5-0-0).

KMS 11,

Lakeview 0

(5 innings)

KMS 10,

Lakeview 0

(5 innings)

MURDOCK – The Lakeview softball team dropped a pair of games to Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg on Monday, falling 11-0 in five innings in Game 1 and 10-0 in five innings in Game 2.

In Game 1, Kiana Imes, Grace Rausch and Kaitlynn Bot led the way for the Lakers with a hit each. Josie Johnson took the loss in the circle, going five innings while allowing 11 runs on 12 hits and striking out two.

In Game 2, the Lakers couldn’t get a hit or a baserunner aboard against KMS starter Katie Krieger, who tossed a perfect game.

Michaela Schuster took the loss in the circle, going four innings while allowing nine runs on 12 hits and striking out four.

Lakeview will face Renville County West today at 4:30 p.m.

Game 1

KMS 11, Lakeview 0 (5 innings)

KMS 100 55 – 11 12 0

Lakeview 000 00 – 0 3 2

HITTING: Lakeview (Imes 1-2; Rausch 1-2; Bot 1-2).

PITCHING (IP-R-ER-H-BB-SO): Lakeview (Johnson 5-11-9-12-2-2).

Game 2

KMS 10, Lakeview 0 (5 innings)

Lakeview 000 00 – 0 0 0

KMS 204 4x – 10 12 0

HITTING: Lakeview (none).

PITCHING (IP-R-ER-H-BB-SO): Lakeview (Schuster 4-9-5-12-2-4).

Baseball

Canby 6, RTR 4

TYLER – The Russell-Tyler-Ruthton baseball team fell to Canby 6-4 in eight innings on Monday.

Kalib Greenman led the way for the Lancers with a 2 for 5 day at the plate with two RBI while Evan Stoks went 1 for 3 with two RBI and Jordan Ries added a pair of hits.

Ries earned the win in relief, going two innings while allowing two runs on three hits and striking out one.

Hayden Gravely led the way for the Knights with a 2 for 4 day at the plate with an RBI while Payton Hess added a hit and two RBI and Kyle Fischer went 1 for 3 with an RBI.

Gravely took the loss in relief, going three innings while allowing two runs on four hits and striking out five.

Canby will face Renville County West on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. while RTR will face Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove today at 7:30 p.m.

Canby 6, RTR 4 (8 innings)

Canby 003 010 02 – 6 9 4

RTR 100 001 20 – 4 6 2

HITTING: Canby (Sayre 1-4; Harding 1-4, RBI; Greeman 2-5, 2 RBI; Stoks 1-3, 2 RBI; Kockelman 1-4; Cleveland 1-2; Hansen 1-3, RBI; Ries 2-4); RTR (Gravely 2-4, RBI; C. Wichman 1-4; Hess 1-4, 2 RBI; Fischer 1-3, RBI; A. Wichman 1-3).

PITCHING (IP-R-ER-H-BB-SO): Canby (Bruns 6-2-1-3-2-4; Ries 2-2-2-3-1-1); RTR (Hess 5-4-3-5-6-7; Gravely 3-2-2-4-1-5).

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