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Local Roundup: Yellow Medicine East girls take second at Lakeview Meet

Sting finish just behind Canby/Minneota, 34-38, in cross-country quadrangular at Cottonwood

COTTONWOOD — The Yellow Medicine East girls cross-country team took second in the four-team Lakeview Meet run Tuesday at Cottonwood Country Club.

YME finished with 38 points, just behind first-place Canby/Minneota, which had 34.

YME’s top finisher was Kylie Knollenberg, who finished the 5-kilometer course in 24 minutes, 16 seconds.

Ortonville’s Brooklyn Conrad won with a time of 20:51.00.

MACCRAY/Renville County West, which had three varsity runners, was led Kori Bristle, who took sixth in 23:50.

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In the boys’ race, Canby/Minneota won with a score of 27. Ortonville (29) was second, YME (68) was third and MACCRAY/RCW (96) took fourth.

Canby/Minneota’s Blake Stoks won in 18:11.00. The top area finisher was Tyler Syring of YME. He was 11th with a time of 21:04.00.

MACCRAY/RCW’s top runner was Richard Vaughn, who placed 13th in 21:21.00.

Lakeview Meet

Boys

Team scoring

(1) Canby/Minneota 27 (2) Ortonville 29 (3) Yellow Medicine East 68 (4) MACCRAY/Renville County West 96

Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Blake Stoks, C/M, 18:11.00 (2) Kolton Duis, C/M, 18:36.00 (3) Nathan Neu, O, 18:44.00 (4) Ethan Schwankl, L, 18:48.00 (5) Austin Eastman, O, 19:34.00
YELLOW MEDICINE EAST — (11) Tyler Syring 21:04.00 (15) Caleb Jans 22:04.00 (16) Silas Ramirez 22:27.00 (17) Ean Clarke 22:34.00 (18) Luis Guzman 22:49.00
MACCRAY/RCW — (13) Richard Vaughn 21:21.00 (22) Ryan Schrupp 23:27.00 (23) Isaiah Schroeder 23:44.00 (25) Daniel Seehusen 24:18.00 (27) Josiah Seehusen 26:03.00

Girls

Team scoring

(1) Canby/Minneota 34 (2) Yellow Medicine East 38 (3) Lakeview 50 (4) MACCRAY/Renville County West incomplete

Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Brooklyn Conrad, O, 20:51.00 (2) Claire Stoks, C/M, 20:53.00 (3) Braelyn Merritt, C/M, 22:06.00 (4) McKenzie Ruether, C/M, 22:33.00 (5) Sadie Vlaminck, L, 23:32.00
MACCRAY/RCW — (6) Kori Bristle 23:50.00 (10) Ella Hultgren 25:32.00 (11) Brynn Lozinski 26:57.00
YME — (7) Kylie Knollenberg 24:16.00 (9) Hannah Stark 24:44.00 (14) Sanjana Pullan 27:59.00 (16) Brylea Ruff-Mulligan 29:35.00 (19) Anjali Pullan 32:04.00

Girls Swimming
Morris/Minnewaska 100,
Perham 80

The Morris/Minnewaska Gators swam to the dual-meet victory Tuesday at the University of Minnesota-Morris

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200 MEDLEY RELAY – (1) Morris/Minnewaska (Bailey Schoen, Makena Thoen, Audrey Dorweiler, Julia Kuehne) 2:08.58 (2) Perham 2:14.94 (3) M/M (Shannon Dougherty, Natalia Obregon, Kia Matt, Avery Jorgenson) 2:19.94
200 FREESTYLE – (1) Makenna Hufford, M/M, 2;19.10 (2) Claire Reed, M/M, 2:23.80 (3) Miranda Longtin, M/M, 2:39.06
200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY – (1) Natalia Obregon, M/M, 2:49.71 (2) Lucy Schultz, P, 2;50.92 (4) Soffia Stadtherr, M/M, 2:54.32
50 FREESTYLE – (1) Irene Mursu, P, 27.24 (2) Audrey Dorweiler, M/M, 27.65 (3) Julia Kuehne, M/M, 28.06 (4) Avery Jorgenson, M/M 31.10
DIVING – (1) Brittney Lorentz, P, 196.60 (3) Grace Mortenson, M/M, 142.90 (4) Madi Solvie, M/M, 139.25
100 BUTTERFLY – (1) Dorweiler, M/M, 1:07.20 (2) Dougherty, M/M, 1:13.51
100 FREESTYLE – (1) Kuehne, M/M, 1:05.05 (2) Reed, M/M, 1:05.41 (3) Jorgenson, M/M, 1:11.40
500 FREESTYLE – (1) Mursu, P, 6:09.74 (2) Schoen, M/M, 6:27.18 (3) Hufford, M/M, 6:32.99 (4) Molly LeTendre, M/M, 7:13.85
200 FREESTYLE RELAY – (1) M/M (Obregon, Reed, Thoen, Kuehne) 1:58.58 (2) M/M (Avery Svec, Miranda Longtin, Melena Longtin, Anna Uecker) 2:04.91 (3) Perham 2:05.54
100 BACKSTROKE – (1) Schoen, M/M, 1:11.10 (2) Dougherty, M/M, 1:12.92 (3) Lucie Meyer, P, 1:22.77
100 BREASTSTROKE – (1) Lucy Schultz, P, 1:28.52 (2) Taylor Ziemke, P, 1:30.99 (3) Jasmyn Olson, P, 1:52.70
400 FREESTYLE RELAY – (1) Perham 4:41.44 (2) Perham 5:33.34
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