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High school roundup

May 1, 2012
Marshall Independent

Area baseball

Minneota/Lincoln HI 7, MACCRAY 6

With two outs and the bases loaded in the bottom of the eighth inning, Minneota/Lincoln HI senior Mike Dwire belted a two-run double to give the Vikings a walk-off 8-7 extra-inning win over MACCRAY Monday in Minneota. Dwire finished 2-for-3 in the contest, helping Minneota/Lincoln HI to a 3-4 overall record.

Lee Bot added two hits and an RBI, and Cal Swedzinski got the win in relief for the Vikings, who head to Tracy-Milroy-Balaton on Thursday.

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MAC-Riley Aeikiens, Carter Asche (7); M/LHI-Adam Josephson, Cal Swedzinski (6). WP-Swedzinski. LP-Asche. 2B: MAC-Dylan Abraham; M/LHI-Isaac Josephson, Mike Dwire.

TMB 1, RTR 0

Tracy-Milroy-Balaton senior Reed Salmon hit a double and eventually scored the game-winning run on a Kody Kirsh single in the top of the third inning as the Panthers survive a 1-0 pitcher's duel against Russell-Tyler-Ruthton in Camden Conference play Monday in Tyler.

Getting the win on the mound for TMB was Taylor Hoffbeck, who held the Knights to four hits and three walks, striking out six.

RTR's Philip Madsen threw a complete game, striking out eight in the loss as both teams combined for just seven hits.

The Knights (2-4 Camden, 2-5 overall) heads to Renville County West on Thursday, while the Panthers (3-2, 6-4) face off with Wabasso today in Milroy.

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TMB-Taylor Hoffbeck; RTR-Philip Madsen. WP-Hoffbeck. LP-Madsen. 2B: TMB-Reed Salmon.

Canby 9, Lakeview 2

Canby's Tate Citrowske was 1-for-2 with three RBIs to lead Canby to a 9-2 Camden Conference decision over Lakeview Monday in Canby. With the win, the Lancers move to 4-0 in the Camden, 5-1 overall.

Matt Gallegos threw a complete game for Canby, striking out three walking four and limiting the Lakers to four hits. The Lancers host Lester Prairie for a non-conference game Friday.

Seth Boerboom led Lakeview's offense with a pair of hits. The Lakers host Central Minnesota Christian on Thursday.

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L-Wyatt Schuster; C-Matt Gallegos. WP-Gallegos. LP-Schuster. 2B: C-Cole Morris.

BLHS 9, Wabasso 6

Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart's Ben Meiers hit an inside-the-park home run, finishing with three hits and an RBI to help the Mustangs to a 9-6 Tomahawk Conference victory over Wabasso Monday at Hector.

The Rabbits (4-3 Tomahawk, 4-3 overall) got a 3-for-3 effort from Aaron Brau, while Kenric Baune was 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI.

Today, Wabasso is host to Tracy-Milroy-Balaton for a non-conference game in Milroy.

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W-Blake Altermatt, Kenric Baune (3), Dirk Pistulka (5); BLHS-Ryan Hahn. WP-Hahn. LP-Altermatt. HR: BLHS-Ben Meiers, Mason Clark. 3B: W-Aaron Brau. 2B: W-Baune.

Area softball

Peterson, Berg lead Lakers to sweep of RTR

The Lakeview softball team's bats were alive Monday in a doubleheader against Russtll-Tyler-Ruthton in Cottonwood. The Lakers had 11 hits in a 12-1 win in Game 1, then exploded for 18 hits in a 19-7 win in Game 2. Both games ended after five innings.

Lyndsey Peterson went 3-for-4 with a walk in Game 1. She had a home run, a triple, scored four runs and had a pair of RBIs. She also earned the win in the circile with nine strikeouts and no walks in four innings of work. Sarah Berg had three hits and two RBIs for the Lakers.

Ashlynn Wabeke had the lone hit for the Knights in the game.

Berg struck for a pair of home runs in Lakeview's Game 2 victory. She also had two singles and a total of eight RBIs. Peterson had a double, a triple, two singles and registered five RBIs.

Nicole Enemark had two hits for the Knights, while Anna Madsen had a double and an RBI.

The Lakers improve to 6-5 overall and 3-5 in Camden Conference play with the win. They will next play in a tournament in Windom, with their first game coming against Rocori. RTR drops to 1-8 overall and 1-7 in the conference.

Game 1

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LV-Lyndsey Peterson, Sadie Stelter (5). RTR-Anna Madsen. WP-Peterson. LP-Madsen. HR: LV-Peterson. 3B: LV-Peterson.

Game 2

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RTR-Anna Madsen, Destinee Strand (4). LV-Anissa Peppersack, Sadie Stelter (5). WP-Peppersack. LP-Madsen. HR: LV-Sarah Berg. 3B: LV-Lyndsey Peterson. 2B: RTR-Madsen; LV-Peterson, Rachel Kurtenbach.

Redwood Valley 7, M/C/L 0

Julia Buslaw was 2-for-4 with a triple and two RBIs, and Sam Felt held Minneota/Canby/Lincoln HI to two hits to pace Redwood Valley in a 7-0 non-conference victory Monday in Minneota.

Getting the lone base hits for the Vikings (3-5 overall) were Katelyn Smith and Rikki Kallhoff.

M/C/L returns to Camden Conference play Thursday at Renville County West.

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RV-Sam Felt; MCL-Kelsey Tolk. WP-Felt. LP-Tolk. 3B: RV-Steph Jensen, Julia Busiahn. 2B: RV-Felt, Allison Curry.

Wabasso 7, BLHS 0

Wabasso's Kimberly Frank went 2-for-3 with a three-run home run and held Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart to one hit in a 7-0 Tomahawk Conference shutout Monday in Wabasso.

With the victory, the Rabbits move to 3-2 in the Tomahawk, 5-2 overall.

In the circle, Frank struck out five and limited the Mustangs to two walks. At the plate, Shawna Rogotzke added two hits for Wabasso, which hosts Sleepy Eye today.

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BLHS-Jessie Kalenberg; W-Kimberly Frank. WP-Frank. LP-Kalenberg. HR: W-Frank.

Area golf

Minneota sweeps Cottonwood triangular

The Minneota boys' and girls' golf team each came away with Camden Conference victories on Monday in Cottonwood, defeating Lakeview and Tracy-Milroy-Balaton.

In the boys' meet, Aaron Buysse carded a 46 to help the Vikings to a score of 203, two strokes better than second-place Lakeview. The Lakers were led by Taylor Pickthorn's 48, while the Panthers (206) got a team-best round from Joe Felt, who took medalist honors with a 45.

For the girls, Katelyn Kack and Megan Evers paced Minneota with a 48 and 49, respectively, to reach a team score of 197 for the win. Helping Lakeview to a second-place score of 222 was Steph Werner, who medaled with a 43. Finishing in third with 227, TMB was led by Anna Pommier's round of 53.

Boys Team Scores: 1. Minneota 203; 2. Lakeview 205; 3. Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 206.

Minneota Individual Results: Aaron Buysse 46, Alec Engler 50, Alex Guttormsson 52, Cole Hennen 55.

Lakeview Individual Results: Taylor Pickthorn 48, Quinn Fenger 50, Jackson Lovsness 50, Lukas Vandelnotte 57.

TMB Individual Results: Joe Felt 45, Devin Skalak 53, Tanner Benson 53, Nathan Snell 55.

Girls Team Scores: 1. Minneota 197; 2. Lakeview 222; 3. Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 227.

Minneota Individual Results: Katelyn Kack 48, Megan Evers 49, Alyssa Engler 50, Heidi Guttormsson 50.

Lakeview Individual Results: Steph Werner 43, Whitney Fischer 51, Haley Matthys 56, Briatta Buntjer 72.

TMB Individual Results: Anna Pommier 53, Morgan Benson 55, Annika Anderson 57, Morgan Anderson 62.

RTR boys, MACCRAY girls win in Tyler

Russell-Tyler-Ruthton had a pair of medalists in Hudson VanDrunen and Hannah Kruger during Monday's Camden Conference meet against MACCRAY and Dawson-Boyd in Tyler.

With VanDrunen's 38, the Knights took the boys' title with a score of 163, beating D-B by three strokes. Ryan O'Toole and Nate Christiansen shot 40 and 42, respectively. Leading Dawson-Boyd was the trio of Ryan Sumner, Aaron Lange and Christian Thoen, who each shot 41s.

In the girls' meet, MACCRAY took the team title with 214, beating Dawson-Boyd's 233. Tracy Polzine carded a 56 to lead the Blackjacks, while Kruger led the Knights with a 47.

Boys Team Score: 1. Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 163; 2. Dawson-Boyd 166; 3. MACCRAY 200.

RTR Individual Results: Hudson VanDrunen 38, Ryan O'Toole 40, Nate Christiansen 42, Nathan VanDrunen 43.

Dawson-Boyd Individual Results: Ryan Sumner 41, Aaron Lange 41, Christian Thoen 41, Spencer Erickson 43.

MACCRAY Individual Results: Dean Schroeder 40, Charles Rothwell 50, Isaac Gosseling 53, Nathan Johnson 57.

Girls Team Scores: 1. MACCRAY 214; 2. Dawson-Boyd 233; INC-Russell-Tyler-Ruthton.

MACCRAY Individual Results: Baillee Hauser 52, Kendra Kienholz 52, Karissa Kienholz 54, Tiffany Mogard 56.

Dawson-Boyd Individual Results: Tracy Polzine 56, Ashley Abraham 59, Tiana Kruse 59, Raeann Tuff 59.

RTR Individual Results: Hannah Kruger 47, Kelsey Stanek 56.

WWG boys win at

home triangular

Led by Dana Madson's medalist round of 38, the Westbrook-Walnut Grove boys' golf team took first place with a team score of 157 in a home triangular meet against Fulda and Adrian on Monday.

Taylor Lindaman followed Madson with a 39, and Reed Bakken and Aaron Hass rounded out the Chargers' score, each carding 40s.

In the girls' meet, Tessa Kramer shot a low round of 42 to push Fulda to a first-place finish.

WWG, finishing second with a 208, was led by Avoree Bakken's 48. Abby Herding and Paige Erickson each finished with 49s.

Boys Team Scores: 1. Westbrook-Walnut Grove 157; 2. Fulda 167; 3. Adrian 187.

WWG Individual Results: Dana Madson 38, Taylor Lindaman 39, Reed Bakken 40, Aaron Hass 40.

Girls Team Scores: 1. Fulda 195; 2. Westbrook-Walnut Grove 208; 3. Adrian 212.

WWG Individual Results: Avoree Bakken 48, Abby Herding 49, Paige Erickson 49, Deziree Koenig 62.

YME boys 3rd; girls finish 5th

With the team split up for West Central Conference meets on Monday, the Yellow Medicine East boys' golf team took third place in Morris with a 163, while the Sting girls finished fifth with 222 in Granite Falls.

In the boys' meet, Benson took first place with a 158 to edge Montevideo (162) and YME. The Braves' Sam Peterson took medalist honors with a 33. The Sting's Mitch McCosh took second with a 35.

In the girls' meet, BOLD's Chloe Altmann led her team to a first-place finish with a 184 to beat Morris (208) and Montevideo (209). Altmann took medalist honors with a 42. The Sting got a team-best score from Erica Moritz and Claressa Thielen, who each carded 53s.

Boys Team Scores: 1. Benson 158; 2. Montevideo 162; 3. Yellow Medicine East 163; 4. Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 178; 5. Morris 179; 6. BOLD 184; 7. Lac qui Parle Valley 198.

YME Individual Results: Mitch McCosh 35, Jordan Zens 42, Spencer McCosh 43, Grant Lalim 43.

Girls Team Scores: 1. BOLD 184; 2. Morris 208; 3. Montevideo 209; 4. Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 218; 5. Yellow Medicine East 222; 6. Benson 226; 7. Lac qui Parle Valley 245.

YME Individual Results: Erica Moritz 53, Claressa Thielen 53, Tianna Gardner 54, Cassie Thielen 62.

Area tennis

Worthington 6, YME 1

The Yellow Medicine East tennis team dropped to 3-3 overall on Monday, falling 6-1 to Worthington in a non-conference match in Granite Falls.

Getting the lone win for the sting was Clinton Repsher, who won No. 2 singles with a 6-4, 7-5 victory over the Trojans' Lance Homan.


1. Dan Wetering (W) def. Tyler Kotlowski, 6-0, 6-1

2. Clinton Repsher (YME) def. Lance Homan, 6-4, 7-5

3. Andrew Johnson (W) def. Ethan Ator, 6-0, 6-0

4. Matt Sorensen (W) def. Carter Iverson, 6-4, 6-0


1. Jonah Oberloh/Carter Lindner (W) def. Brandon Repsher/Grant Elliott, 6-1, 6-2

2. AJ Hayenga/Ben Christensen (W) def. Todd Nowacki/Shane Nokleby, 6-1, 6-1

3. Ben Doeden/Dylan Pedersen (W) def. Cody Speh/Ammon Bennett, 6-0, 6-0



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