Tomahawk Gibbon-Fairfax-Winth. 12, Buffalo Lake-Hector 0 Alyssa Kubesh had the only hit for the Mustangs. Sarah Buboltz took the loss. GFW.........................201 225 - 12 14 0 BLH (0-12, 0-15)......000 000 - 0 1 0 HITTING - Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop: Nea Harkness 3-for-4, 2b, 3 runs, 2 sb; Brooke Vorwerk 3-for-4, 2b, 2 runs, 3 sb, 4 rbi; Stephanie Kruggel 3-for-3, 3 runs, 4 sb; Megen Sjostrom 2-for-4; Kayle Lauwagie 1-for-2, 3b, 2 rbi; Kristi Kalk 1-for-3 ....
Registrations will be taken for the Willmar Summer Hockey Camp until Saturday. The camp runs from June 12-June 29 and is for ages 5-18. Any boy or girl wishing to sign up can go to the WHA website (willmarhockey.com) for more information and a registration form or call Jon Grabow at (320) 235-4462.
New London native Aaron Barber overcame a disasterous round Saturday and posted a 66 Sunday to tie for 38th and win $2,400 at the Rheem Classic in Fort Smith, Ark. After finishing Saturday's round with a 73 and tied for 60th place, Barber started Sunday with seven straight holes without a bogey, including four birdies, then added two more birdies to start his final nine holes.
The Willmar Cardinals travel to Cold Spring today for a Central Lakes Conference baseball game against Rocori. Rocori leads the Central Lakes Conference race with a 7-2 record, while Willmar is 6-4. Game time is 7 p.m. Rocori, which leds the Central Lakes Conference race with a 7-2 record, is coming off a 3-1 win over St. Cloud Tech Thursday. The Spartans are 8-2 overall. Willmar, which beat Alexandria 1-0 on Thursday, is 6-4, 8-5. Rocori won the first meeting, 9-2, on April 11 in Willmar.
The Montevideo Relays are scheduled to begin at 4 pm. today with ACGC, Benson/KMS, Lac qui Parle Valley/Dawson-Boyd, Renville County West and Yellow Medicine East competing.
ATWATER -- The Willmar Rails cruised through the first seven innings of their amateur baseball season opener at Atwater Sunday, then almost gave it up in the ninth, but held on for a 5-4 win. The Rails led 4-0 through the seventh, jumping to a 3-0 advantage in the first inning. Lane Kleist doubled and scored on Jordan Olson's two-run double. Kleist doubled again in the fifth and scored on Olson's fielder's choice. Meanwhile, Anthony Stern, Willmar's starting pitcher, scattered six hits through the first seven innings. He struck out 11 and walked two. But the bullpen nearly gave it away.
SPICER -- Curt Kvam and Mike Arneson of Granite Falls combined to shut out New London-Spicer 5-0 in amateur baseball opener for both teams Saturday. Kvam pitched the first six innings for the win. He struck out four and walked six. Arneson threw three innings and allowed one hit. He struck out three and walked one. Craig Listul led the Kilowatts with three hits, including two doubles, and two RBI.
APPLE VALLEY -- Willmar went 1-1 at the Eastview Invitational before rain wiped out the third game Saturday. Willmar topped Lakeville South 10-7 in its opener before losing to Winona Cotter, a state participant each of the last six seasons, 2-1 in nine innings in the second game. Willmar plays at St. Cloud Apollo on Tuesday. Willmar 10, Lakeville South 7 Nina Emery had three hits, including a long two-run homer over the center fielder's head in the sixh inning for Willmar. She also drove in two other runs. Laura Nielsen went 3-for-3. Randiann Sather had two hits and two RBI.
MADISON -- Lac qui Parle Valley gave up just two hits in two games, but went 1-1 at its own tournament Saturday. The Eagles lost to Renville County West 2-1 in their first game, then beat Luverne 3-0 in the second. Luverne beat the Jaguars 15-6, giving each team a 1-1 record. Adam Paulson and Brock Kanstrup recorded complete games for LQPV.
SAUK CENTRE -- New London-Spicer edged Albany on a tiebreaker to win the 11-team Sauk Centre Invitational on Saturday. Nick Carlson shot 79 to finish fourth individually for New London-Spicer. Tony Tobkins shot 82, Tim Dreier 83 and Mike Freeman 88. New London-Spicer and Albany each turned in 332. Willmar was third at 334 and Minnewaska fourth at 338. Sam Warzecha shot a 77 to pace Willmar. Ryan Hagemeyer came in with an 83, followed by Tyler Wahl with an 85 and Grant Kleven 89. Evan Peters had an 80 for Minnewaska.