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Prep Golf and Tennis Roundup: Cards take 3rd, Litch 4th at Hutch

Hutchinson wins title over Willmar, Litchfield at Crow River Golf Club

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HUTCHINSON — The Willmar boys golf team took third place at the six-team Hutchinson Invitational on Friday.

The Cardinals shot a 349 at the Crow River Golf Club, 23 strokes behind first-place Hutchinson, which had a 326.

Litchfield took fourth with a 352.

Medalist was Hutchinson’s Devon Verhassel, who carded a 76. Litchfield’s Sam Tipka took fourth with a 79.

Willmar’s top scorer was Nathan Marthaler, who had an 85. Joey Wisocki shot 86, as did Litchfield’s Tyler Jansky.

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Willmar is next scheduled to play in a Central Lakes Conference meet at 3:30 p.m. Monday at Pebble Creek Golf Course in Fergus Falls.

Hutchinson Invitational
Boys

Team scoring

(1) Hutchinson 326 … (2) Glencoe-Silver Lake 330 … (3) Willmar 349 … (4) Litchfield 352 … (5) Dassel-Cokato 360 … (6) Watertown-Mayer 415.

Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Devon Verhassel, H, 76 … (2) Riley Schuth, GSL, 77 … (3) Damien Silus, GSL, 79 … (4) Sam Tipka, L, 79 … (5) Cameron Longie, H, 80.
WILLMAR — Nathan Marthaler 85, Joey Wisocki 86, Jack Michelson 87, Justuce Gee 91
LITCHFIELD — Tipka 79, Tyler Jansky 86, Braxton Kerstein 89, Mason Olson 98.

BOLD Invitational

Minnewaska’s boys shot a 165 to take first at the BOLD invitational in Olivia.

Cole Harste shot a 40 to tie for second for the Lakers. BOLD shot a 179 to tie for second. Benson and Morris/Chokio-Alberta each shot 180s to take fourth and Montevideo had a 216 to finish seventh in the seven-team West Central Conference meet.

Charlie Hanson, an eighth-grader for Morris/CA, shot 35.

In the girls’ meet, Minnewaska/Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa took first with a 181. Medalist was Minnewaska/BBE’s Annika Stensrud, who shot a 38 to win by seven strokes.

Boys

Team scoring

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(1) Minnewaska 165 (T-2) BOLD 179 (T-2) Melrose 179 (T-4) Benson 180 (T-4) Morris/CA 180 (6) Sauk Centre 207 (7) Montevideo 216

Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Charlie Hanson, M/CA, 35 (T-2) Cole Harste, Min, 40 (T-2) Riley Larson, Min, 40 (T-4) Will Hanson, BOLD, 42 (T-4) Hunter Kostelecky, Min, 42
MINNEWASKA — (T-2) Harste 40 (T-2) Larson 40 (T-4) H. Kostelecky 42 (T-6) Zach Gugisberg 43 (T-6) Logan Kostelecky 43
BOLD — (T-4) Hanson 42 (T-6) Drew Sagedahl 43 (T-10) Noah Boen 44 (T-23) Ethan Sullivan 50
BENSON — (T-10) Abe Peterson 44 (T-15) Ben Peterson 45 (T-15) Brady DeHaan 45 (18) Ryan Tolifson 46
MORRIS/CA — (1) Hanson 35 (T-10) Brady Loge 44 (T-23) Jack Mahoney 50 (T-26) Kaedan Fischer 51 (T-26) Simon Wulff 51
MONTEVIDEO — (T-26) Jayson Nichols 51 (T-36) Evan Smith 54 (T-39) Camden Helgeson 55 (42) Luke Sachariason 56

Girls

Team scoring

(1) Minnewaska/BBE 181 (2) Melrose 224 (3) BOLD 227 (4) Sauk Centre 232 (5) Montevideo 238 (Inc) Benson, Morris/CA

Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Annika Stensrud, M/BBE, 38 (2) Berkley Steffen, M/BBE, 45 (T-3) Meghan Pundsack, Mel, 49 (T-3) Stacy Johnson, Ben, 49 (T-3) Arivia DeBoer, M/BBE, 49 (T-3) Morgan Schwinghammer, M/BBE, 49
MINNEWASKA/BBE — (1) Stensrud 38 (2) Steffen 45 (T-3) DeBoer 49 (T-3) Schwinghammer 49
BOLD — (T-9) Kenna Henriksen 51 (T-13) Leslie Snow 53 (T-22) Tori Osterfeld 61 (24) Alison Kadlec 62
MONTEVIDEO — (T-11) Megan Stueck 52 (T-13) Lana Rongstad 53 (25) Jasmine Heim 64 (29) Taylor Viessman 69
BENSON — (T-3) Johnson 49 (T-7) Alissa Maurer 50 (T-18) Gracie Mulder 58
MORRIS/CA — (15) Cassidy Asmus 54 (T-20) Chloe Mogard 59 (34) Audrey Dorweiler 78

Montevideo
Invitational

Minnewaska won a piece of both the boys and girls as the Laker boys and the Blue Jacket girls won in Montevideo.

The Minnewaska boys had a score of 160, beating Benson’s 166. The Lakers were led by Cole Harste’s third-place round of 38.

Taking medalist honors was Morris/Chokio-Alberta eighth-grader Charlie Hanson with a 36, beating Benson’s Brady DeHaan by a stroke.

In the girls meet, Minnewaska/Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa won with a score of 190, beating Sauk Centre by 29 strokes. The Blue Jackets’ Berkley Steffen took medalist honors after carding a 38, beating teammate Annika Stensrud by four strokes.

Boys

Team scoring

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(1) Minnewaska 160 (2) Benson 166 (3) BOLD 175 (4) Morris/CA 176 (5) Melrose 197 (6) Montevideo 210 (7) Sauk Centre 212

Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Charlie Hanson, M/CA 36 (2) Brady DeHaan, Ben, 37 (T-3) Cole Harste, Min, 38 (T-3) Drew Sagedahl, BOLD, 38 (5) Abe Peterson, Ben, 39
MINNEWASKA— (T-3) Harste 38 (6) Riley Larson 40 (T-7) Zach Gugisberg 41 (T-7) Hunter Kostelecky 41
BENSON — (2) DeHaan 37 (5) A. Peterson 39 (T-7) Ben Peterson 41 (T-18) Ryan Tolifson 49
BOLD — (T-3) Sagedahl 38 (10) Noah Boen 43 (T-12) Will Hanson 46 (17) Carter Bremseth 48
MORRIS/CA — (1) Hanson 36 (11) Brady Loge 44 (T-12) Mason Erickson 46 (T-22) Simon Wulff 50
MONTEVIDEO — (16) Jayson Nichols 47 (T-25) Gavin Arends 51 (37) Camden Helgeson 55 (41) Luke Sachariason 57

Girls

Team scoring

(1) Minnewaska/BBE 190 (2) Sauk Centre 219 (3) Melrose 237 (4) BOLD 240 (5) Montevideo 249 (Inc) Benson, Morris/CA

Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Berkley Steffen, M/BBE 38 (2) Annika Stensrud, M/BBE, 42 (3) Meghan Pundsack, Mel, 48 (4) Payten Bussmann, SC, 49 (5) Alissa Maurer, Ben, 50
MINNEWASKA/BBE — (1) Steffen 38 (2) Stensrud 42 (T-9) Paige Rupp 54 (13) Arivia DeBoer 56
BOLD — (T-9) Leslie Snow 54 (14) Kenna Henriksen 57 (T-18) Alison Kadlec 63 (T-20) McKenna Jensen 66
MONTEVIDEO — (T-9) Megan Stueck 54 (15) Lana Rongstad 60 (22) Jasmine Heim 65 (T-24) Isabelle Teichert 70
BENSON — (5) Maurer 50 (T-6) Stacy Johnson 52 (T-26) Gracie Mulder 71
MORRIS/CA — (23) Cassidy Asmus 68 (T-26) Chloe Mogard 71 (34) Audrey Dorweiler 82

R-T-R Invitational

Lakeview and Canby each shot 181s to win the Camden Conference meet at the Tyler Golf Club.

Yellow Medicine East shot a 212 in the meet in which Russell-Tyler-Ruthton was host. The Sting’s Nick Moritz finished tied for third with a 42.

Boys

Team scoring

(1t) Lakeview and Canby, 181 (3) Minneota 188 (4) Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 199 (5) Yellow Medicine East 212 (6) Tracy-Milroy-Balaton, incomplete

Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Jake Wagner, C, 36 … (2) Chase Christensen, RTR, 39 … (3t) Nick Moritz, YME, and Ethan Schwankl, L, 42 … (5t) Carson Boe, L, Cole Myhre, M, Camden Hansen, RTR, Tristen Ufkin, C, 45
YME — (3t) Moritz 42 (18) Cooper McCosh 53 (22) James Peterson 56 (26) Parker Levitz 61

Boys Tennis
LQPV/D-B 4,
Redwood Valley 3

Lac qui Parle Valley/Dawson-Boyd eked out a victory over Redwood Valley at Redwood Falls.

LQPV/D-B’s Liam Risch won at No. 3 singles and all three doubles teams won by forfeit over Redwood Valley.

Singles
(1) Andrew Muetzel, RV, def. Gavin Stutz 6-0, 6-0 … (2) Jacob Zollner, RV, def. Levi Olson 6-1, 6-0 … (3) Liam Risch, L, def. Laiten Goodthunder 6-3, 6-1 … (4) Cole Johnson, RV, def. Justin Perkins 6-3, 6-3.
Doubles
(1) Wylee Wiebe/Jackson Buer, L, won by forfeit, 2-0 … (2) Elijah Fjederstad/Wyatt Wiebe, L, won by forfeit, 2-0 … (3) Matt Martinson/Nate Gruwell, L, won by forfeit 2-0.
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