ACGC Invite Tuesday At Grove City Boys results Team scoring (1) Willmar 191 (2) Hutchinson 159 (3) Montevideo 129 (4) Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 73 (5) Rocori (6) Renville County West 41 (7) Minnewaska 24 (80) Lester Prairie/Winsted Holy Trinity 7 Individual leaders Hurdles 110 highs: (1) Nick Spaeth, Wil, 8:12.16 (2) Paul Kimpling, Wil, 15.78 (3) Aaron Boersma, Wil, 16.1 (4) Ryne Bergstrom, ACG, 16.17 ...
Baseball CENTRAL LAKES Little Falls at Willmar, 5 p.m. WEST CENTRAL SOUTH Benson vs. Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City at Grove City, 5 p.m. BOLD at Morris, 5 p.m. Yellow Medicine East at Lac qui Parle Valley, 5 p.m. WEST CENTRAL NORTH Minnewaska at Albany, 5 p.m. New London-Spicer at Sauk Centre, 4:30 p.m. Paynesville at Melrose, 4:30 p.m. SOUTHWEST Redwood Valley at Worthington, 5 p.m. CENTRAL MINNESOTA Eden Valley-Watkins vs.
Boys Golf Brainerd Invite (1) Alexandria 295 (2) Minnetonka 304 (3) Edina 309 (4) Roseville 311 (5) tie, Chaska and Detroit Lakes, each 312 (7) Brainerd 314 (8) tie, Sauk Rapids and Mounds View, each 324 (10) Moorhead 325 (11) Fergus Falls 327 (12) tie, Willmar and St. Cloud Tech, each 330 (14) Bemidji 334 (15) Stillwater 336 (16) Little Falls 338 (17) Sartell 339 (18) St.
SARTELL -- All any team ever needs is to score one run more than its opponent. That's what Willmar got, scoring one run in the top of the first, then holding on for a 1-0 win over Sartell in Central Lakes softball action Tuesday. The rest was in the hands -- and right arm -- of Callie Nelsen.
WILLMAR -- The Willmar Cardinals amassed 13 runs on 14 hits but still fell short of victory on Tuesday. Sartell scored a run in the top of the eighth on David Deminsky's bases-loaded sacrifice fly, then the Sabres' left-hander set down Willmar 1-2-3 to end a wild Central Lakes game 14-13. The Cardinals, who saw a four-game win streak snapped, had bounced back from a 10-3 deficit but could never get a lead in the 2½-hour game. Each team used four pitchers and none escaped without some damage. Sartell scored five in the third to drive Willmar starter Matt Roisum off the hill.
After going 13-for-19 with four home runs last week, Northern State junior Justin Downes was named the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Player of the Week in baseball. Downes, a 2002 graduate from Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City, hit all four of his home runs in last weekend's series with Southwest Minnesota State. Downes also knocked in nine runs and scored six times against the Mustangs. Downes is hitting .354 with seven home runs and 23 RBI this year.
Adam Kampsen, a sophomore third baseman from Paynesville, is leading the Northern State baseball team in numerous offensive categories this season. Kampsen's 10 home runs, 32 RBI, nine doubles, 23 runs scored, slugging percentage of .765 and batting average of .409 are all team-high marks for the Wolves.
PAYNESVILLE -- Albany won the third West Central North Conference meet of the season Tuesday with St. Cloud Cathedral, breaking a first-place tie with Minnewaska in the standings in the process. Albany's Ben Kasner and Josh Wolford tied with Minnewaska's Evan Peters for medalist honors at 37. Team scoring (1) Albany 154 (2) St.
SAUK CENTRE -- Albany moved into a first-place tie with Minnewaska after the Huskies won the second West Central North Conference meet of the season Tuesday. Minnewaska's Sarah Roering (42) was one shot behind medalist Briana Bruce of St. Cloud Cathedral. Team scoring (1) Albany 176 (2) Minnewaska 181 (3) St.
MADISON -- Eddie Massee just missed hurling a no-hitter, allowing only a bloop single in the sixth inning as Lac qui Parle Valley blanked Montevideo 9-0 in a West Central South Conference game Tuesday. LQPV had runners in scoring position in the fifth inning, needing a run to invoke the 10-run rule and secure Massee's no-hitter. But the Eagles were unable to score and Montevideo then got a bloop single by Brady Johnson in the next inning.