MORRIS -- Laura Suter tossed a five-inning no-hitter in the first game Wednesday to help the Ridgewater Lady Warriors earn a split of their doubleader with the University of Minnesota-Morris. Ridegwater won the opener 11-0, rapping out 15 hits, then lost 8-7 in the finale with Morris' Steph Tompte belting a two-run homer. Suter walked one and struck out six. She also went 3-for-3 at the plate, as did Jenny Berge, who also drove in two runs. Darrin Foss, Emily Diers and Julie Vosejpka had two hits apiece. Angie Flaten took the loss in the second game.
Thursday Prep Baseball CENTRAL LAKES Willmar at Fergus Falls, 4:15 p.m. WEST CENTRAL SOUTH Benson at Lac qui Parle Valley, 5 p.m. Montevideo vs. BOLD at Bird Island, 5 p.m. Morris vs. Yellow Medicine East at Granite Falls, 5 p.m. WEST CENTRAL NORTH Melrose at Minnewaska, 5 p.m. Paynesville at St. Cloud Cathedral, 4:30 p.m. CENTRAL MINNESOTA Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa at Eden Valley-Watkins, 5 p.m. SOUTHWEST Redwood Valley at Windom, 5 p.m. CAMDEN Central Minnesota Christian at Minneota, 4:30 p.m. Dawson-Boyd vs.
MELROSE -- Evan Peters of Minnewaska shot a 35 for medalist honors and the Lakers finished in a tie for second place with New London-Spicer, five shots behind St. Cloud Cathedral in a West Central North Conference meet on Wednesday. Ryan Kollman, Ben Henke and John Wedum all shot 40s for Minnewaska. Nick Carlson paced NLS with a 37. Tim Dreier and Nate Carlson had 39s and Mike Freeman a 40. Team scoring (1) St.
Results Tuesday Montevideo Invite Boys results Team scoring (1) Montevideo 142 (2) Benson-Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 63.5 (3) Willmar JV 38.5 (4) Ortonville 27 Individual leaders Hurdles 110 highs: (1) Daniel Fragodt, BKMS, 15.91 (2) Nick Spaeth, Mon, 16.08 (3) J. Schemmel, Wil, 19.29 ... 300 intermediates: (1) Daniel Fragodt, BKMS, 40.94 (2) Nick Spaeth, Mon, 42.97 (3) Jordan Schemmel, Wil, 45.23 Sprints 100: (1) Joel Bauman, BKMS, 12.14 (2) Zach Bothun, Mon, 12.28 (3) J. Leeks, Wil, 12.80 ...
Late results Tuesday Camden Game One MACCRAY 4, Dawson-Boyd 3 Hilary Groothuis scattered seven hits, while striking out nine, and the Wolverines held off a late Dawson-Boyd rally to win the opener. MACCRAY led 4-0 before Dawson-Boyd scored all three of its runs in the top of the seventh. Megan Hansen, Sam Narragon and Kristie Eschen had two hits each for MACCRAY. Brandi Bodin drove in two runs. Chelsie Kurtenbach and Tiffany Viessman had two hits each for the Blackjacks.
Boys Honor Roll 110 Hurdles (1) Joey Fragodt, BKMS, 15.34 (2) Daniel Fragodt, BKMS, 15.47 (3) Paul Kimpling, Wil, 15.50 (4) Nick Spaeth, Mon, 15.53 (5) Brady Vander Velde, LQPV/DB, 15.65 300 Hurdles (1) Daniel Fragodt, BKMS, 40.94 (2) Paul Kimpling, Wil, 42.09 (2) Eric Ellingworth, RV, 42.39 (4) Joey Fragodt, BKMS, 42.6 (5) Andy Boersma, Wil, 42.8 100 Dash (1) Zak Kjolsing, Wil, 11.03 (2) Jimmi Lembcke, Mor, 11.2 (3) Cory Hanson, Wil, 11.28 (4) Mike Bonynge, NLS, 11.46 (5) Kevin Weinandt, NLS, 11.58 200 Dash (1) Zak Kjolsing, Wil, 23.35 (2) Brett Holwerda, BBLH, 23.44 (3) Zach
Central Lakes Conf. All Brainerd 7-2 9-3 Willmar 6-2 6-2 Alexandria 5-2 7-3 Sauk Rapids 4-4 4-6 St. Cloud Tech 3-4 4-4 Sartell 3-4 3-4 S.C.Apollo 3-4 4-6 Rocori 3-5 3-6 Fergus Falls 3-6 4-8 Little Falls 2-6 6-6 West Central South Conf. All Benson/Hancock 5-1 9-2 LQP Valley 4-3 7-5 Montevideo 4-3 7-4 BOLD 2-2 4-4 ACGC 2-4 3-5 Y.M.
Andrea Brown, senior catcher for the Willmar Cardinals, has been selected Central Lakes Performer of the Week in softball. Brown threw out four baserunners and drove in the game's only run in a 1-0 victory at Sartell last week.
MORRIS -- The Morris Area softball program won its 400th game Tuesday, and head coach Mary Holmberg collected her 400th victory, 8-7 in eighth innings over Yellow Medicine East in West Central South action. The softball program started 26 seasons ago. Brittany Sharstrom hit the game-winning single in the bottom of the eighth for the Tigers (2-3, 4-5).
ST. CLOUD -- Stymied by Matt Shuster's curveball, Willmar managed to get on base only four times -- three alone by Tyler Horning -- as St. Cloud Tech blanked the Cardinals 7-0 in the Central Lakes Conference Tuesday. Shuster, a left-hander, struck out nine without issuing a walk and gave up only two hits. Horning doubled in the first inning and George Jacobson reached base in the sixth on an infield single for Willmar (4-4, 6-5). "The first time we saw him, he froze us," said Willmar coach Brad Dean, about Shuster.