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Late Result Monday Delano Quad Boys results Team scoring (1) Delano 97 (2) Annandale 88 (3) Watertown-Mayer 48 (4) Litchfield 39 Litchfield top 3 Hurdles 110 highs: (1) Mike Bredeson 16.1 Relays 4 x 200: (2) Litchfield 1:40.2 ... 4 x 400: (2) Litchfield 3:46.1 Weights Shot put: (3) Ackman 40-8 ... Discus: (2) Ackman 133-0½ Jumps Triple: (1) Bredeson 39-11¾... High: (1) Bredeson 6-3 Girls results Team scoring (1) Delano 80.5 (2) Annandale 69 (3) Litchfield 60 (4) Watertown-Mayer 59.0 Litchfield top 3 Hurdles 100 intermediates: (2) Berglund 19.2 ...
ST. CLOUD -- Ridgewater collected 25 hits Tuesday en route to sweeping a doubleheader from St. Cloud Technical College and staying undefeated in the MCCC Southern Division. The Lady Warriors (6-0, 8-2) pounded out 11 hits in the opener and got a 12-strikeout performance from Laura Suter to post a 4-1 win. Ridgewater then got 14 more hits -- five from Britney Glisczinski -- to outslug the Cyclones 12-7 in the nightcap. Ridgewater hosts Dakota County Technical College Friday at 3 p.m.
Montevideo Invite Montevideo's top four golfers finished within three strokes of each other, which led the Thunder Hawks to victory at their home invite. Thomas Ward paced Montevideo with an 80, which was third place. Chris Gervais carded an 81, Tony Klosterboer 82 and Tyler Johnson 83. The Thunder Hawks posted a 326.
ATWATER -- Three 49s led Lac qui Parle Valley to first place at the West Central Conference South girls golf meet to open the season at Island Pine on Tuesday. Kenzie Weber of Benson was medalist with a 45. Team scoring (1) Lac qui Parle Valley 200 (2) Benson 205 (3) Yellow Medicine East 206 (4) Montevideo 220 (5) BOLD 227 (6) Morris 230 (7) Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 253 Individual TOP FIVE - (1) Kenzie Weber, Ben, 45 (2) Ashley Briones, Mon, 46 (3) Meghan Bredeson, YME, 47; Danni Graff, Mor, 47 (5) Emily Ness, Ben, 49; Christine Bendel, Kara Maatz, Jenna Blom, all LQPV, 49. Area resul
NEW LONDON -- Eric Dubbelde won at 1-singles for Yellow Medicine East, but New London-Spicer won the remaining matches in straight sets to post a 6-1 win Tuesday in the West Central Conference. Sophomores Logan Bengton and Zach Treptau shut out their opponents at 3-doubles for the Wildcats. NL-Spicer 6, YME 1 Singles (1) Eric Dubbelde, YME, def. Brennen Sietsema 6-0, 6-3 (2) Jackson Wright, NLS, def. Eric Lynner 6-3, 6-1 (3) Elijah Wilson, NLS, def. Jon Barber 6-0, 6-2 (4) Alex Wiegmann, NLS, def. Barry Jacobson 6-3, 6-2 Doubles (1) David Bloomquist-Ryan Woodhall, NLS, def.
WILLMAR -- The big bats of Ridgewater College spoke loudest in the first inning as the Warriors hammered Riverland College 14-10 and 15-9 Monday in an MCCC Southern Division doubleheader. Aided by a favorable breeze, the Warriors hit all five of their homers and scored a total of 19 runs in the the first inning of the two games. The Warriors' oft-postponed home-field opener was played in 70-degree sunshine at North Swansson Field. "We really swung the bats well today," said Ridgewater coach Dwight Kotila.
Willmar Community Education and Recreation is taking registrations for summer softball leagues. WCER is offering leagues for Men's, Women's, Co-Rec and Church divisions. There will be a Monday league and a Thursday league for men's softball. Cost is $290 per team for the Monday league and $380 for the Thursday league. Application deadline is April 30. The Women's softball league will be played on Tuesdays. The cost is $235 per team with no deadline set. The Co-Rec league will be played on Wednesdays.
Ridgewater College volleyball coach Joe Sussenguth has announced commitments from Jordan Olerud of Redwood Valley and Carina Fesenmaier of Sauk Rapids. Olerud, a 5-9 outside hitter, accumulated 688 kills and 762 digs, twice winning team MVP honors. Fesenmaier, a 5-10 setter, finished her career with 1,782 assists, 341 digs and 244 kills. She was Central Lakes All-Conference in 2006 when the Storm won the CLC title.
MONTEVIDEO -- Looking in mid-season form, Montevideo edged the Morris Tigers 3-1 in the season opener for both West Central South Conference teams Monday. The Thunder Hawks didn't have an error and starting pitcher Tyler Kanten and reliever John Schmit didn't give up a walk. Kanten fanned eight. Morris scored first on an RBI single by Josh Griffith that plated Tony Schultz, who had doubled. Montevideo answered with two runs in the fourth on a single by Kanten, a double by Schmit, a passed ball and an RBI squeeze bunt by Tyler Blomme. Craig Knochenmus took the loss.