MONTEVIDEO -- Jon Altena threw a one-hit shutout to lead Montevideo to a 4-0 win over Benson in West Central South baseball action Friday. Originally scheduled as a doubleheader, rain forced the postponement of the second game. It was tentatively rescheduled for Thursday. Benson started the game with a single from leadoff man Preston Flolo, then Altena allowed just two more walks and struck out eight batters. Altena also paced the Thunder Hawks at the plate, going 3-for-4 with three RBI.
MINNEOTA -- Montevideo's Gretchen Allickson went 4-for-4 to drive in three runs and was a triple shy of hitting for the cycle as the Thunder Hawks beat Minneota 12-6 in a non-conference game Friday. Allickson led off the third inning with a home run that sailed over the fence in left-center field, doubled in a run in the fourth and knocked in a run in the fifth with a single. Wendy Macziewski drove in two runs with a triple in the second and had an RBI single in the third for the Thunder Hawks, who also got a two-run single in the second from Brook Moseng.
Saturday College Baseball REGION 13 At Willmar See bracket on Page B-3. College Softball REGION 13 At Willmar See bracket on Page B-1. Amateur Baseball NON-LEAGUE Spring Hill at Regal, 1:30 p.m. Morris at Clinton, 4 p.m. Ortonville at Appleton, 4 p.m. Raymond at Elrosa, 7 p.m. Prep Baseball NON-CONFERENCE Lac qui Parle Valley Invite (Renville County West), 10 a.m. Prep Tennis WEST CENTRAL Conference meet at Long Prairie, 8:30 a.m. Prep Softball NON-CONFERENCE Eastview Invite at Apple Valley (Willmar vs.
College Baseball Ridgewater 9, Mesabi 1 Ridgewater 4, Dawson CC 0 College Softball Region 13 Ridgewater 13, Rochester 4 Prep Baseball Montevideo 4, Benson 0 Prep Softball Montevideo 12, Minneota/Canby 6 Tennis LQPV/DB 5, Milbank 4 Boys Golf Camden (1) Dawson-Boyd 365 (2) MACCRAY 372 (3) Lincoln HI 373 (4) Lakeview 378 (5) Minneota 387 (6) Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 387 (7) Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 418 (8) Canby 434 (9) Renville County West 466 Girls Golf Camden (1) Minneota 414 (2) Dawson-Boyd 433 (3) Lakeview 433 (4) Lincoln HI 446 (5)
Late results Thursday YME Invite At Granite Falls Kaelene Lundstrom won the shot put, high jump and pole vault for BOLD/Buffalo Lake-Hector.
Camden Results Friday Minneota won the conference title by 17 strokes over Dawson-Boyd and Russell-Tyler-Ruthton's Stephanie Kramer was the individual medlist with a 94. Four of the nine schools didn't field a complete team. Amy Banken led the Blackjacks with a 96 and took second overall. Team scoring (1) Minneota 414 (2) Dawson-Boyd 433 (3) Lakeview 433 (4) Lincoln HI 446 (5) Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 557 Individual TOP THREE - (1) Stephanie Kerkaert, RTR, 94 (2) Amy Banken, DB, 96 (3) Andria Hinz, Lak, 96 Area results DAWSON-BOYD - Amy Banken 96, Mary Jo Walsh 109, Brittany Benson 110,
MARSHALL -- Collin Bergeson led Dawson-Boyd to a conference title with an 84 at Marshall Golf Club Friday.
WILLMAR -- Jason Thoennes of Alexandria outraced Ryan Canon of Clearwater to the checkered Thursday to win the Wissota Modified main event at the KRA Speedway. In the Midwest Modifieds, Danny Bayer of Elrosa and Shane Sabraski of Rice won the heat races but it was Ryan Kriese of Rice who won the feature. Bayer won the May 6 feature at Viking Speedway while Sabraski won the Modified. He doubled up at Willmar taking third in both the Midwest Mod and Modified features. Jay Hedtke of Grove City won the Street Stock main, just ahead of Mike Jans of Clarkfield. Chris Lindquist won Hobby Stock.
Late result Thursday Non-Conference LQPV/DB 5, Milbank 4 After splitting the six singles matches, Lac qui Parle Valley/Dawson-Boyd won two of three doubles matches to pick up the win. Dutch Hansen (1-singles and 1-doubles), Ian Hansen (2-singles and 2-doubles) and Cody Swenson (4-singles and 1-doubles) all won two matches for the Eagles. Singles (1) Dutch Hansen, LQPVDB, def. Josh Anderson 10-0 (2) Ian Hansen, LQPVDB, def. Tyler Keller 10-2 (3) Kyle Reedstrom, Mil, def. Darren Schweiger 10-8 (4) Cody Swenson, LQPVDB, def. Kevin Hagen 10-7 (5) David Waletich, Mil, def.
ST. CLOUD -- Ben Spaniol held New London-Spicer to four hits Thursday to help St. Cloud Cathedral clip the Wildcats 5-2 in the West Central North Conference. New London-Spicer (7-3, 9-5) grabbed a 1-0 lead in the first inning when Austen Hadley doubled and scored on Brian Pieh's fielder's choice. The Crusaders (4-5, 5-5) scored twice in the third to take a 2-1 lead before Pieh singled in Adam Luberts in the fifth to tie the game for NLS. But St.