Lakers girls' golf tops at Red Wing
Stepping outside their regular league, the Minnewaska Laker girls' golf team found themselves in a field that included six of the top 10 ranked teams in Minnesota, and eight of the top 20 individuals in all three classes as they traveled to Red Wing Tuesday.
The Lakers' again emerged as winners, breaking the invitational record they set last year by posting a 318, eight strokes better than their previous total.
The win solidified Minnewaska's standing as the top team in the state as the squad extended their win streak to 54.
Senior Emily Roering earned runner-up honors with a 74 to lead Minnewaska.
RED WING INVITATIONAL
TUESDAY, MAY 12
TEAM SCORES - 1. Minnewaska 318, 2. New Prague 334, 3. Woodbury 335, 4. Red Wing 339, 5. Northfield 346, 6. Burnsville 351, 7. Hopkins 352, 8. Forest Lake 356, 9. Edina 361, 10. Irondale 365, 11. Elk River 368, 12. Stillwater 383, 13. Spring Lake Park 386, 14. Red Wing Gold 387.
TOP FIVE - 1. Natalie Samb, Burnsville, 72, 2. Emily Roering, Minnewaska, 74, 3. McKenzie Neisen, New Prague, 75, 4. (tie) Sarah Roering, Minnewaska, and Danielle Brooks, Red Wing, 78.
MINNEWASKA RESULTS - 2. E. Roering 74, 4. (tie) S. Roering 78, 10. (tie) Allie Ostrander 81.
The Minnewaska girls' golf team continues to dominate the West Central South Conference as the Lakers picked up their sixth win in as many WCC-South meets last Wednesday.
This time it came on their home course where the Lakers finished with the top four individual scores on their way to a team score of 158. Benson-Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunberg finished with a score of 211.
Sarah Roering led the charge this time around with a 37 to earn medalist honors. Her sister, Emily Roering, was right behind her with a 39, while Allie Ostrander and Sam Falk tied for third with rounds of 41.
Minnewaska has amassed 54 points in conference play this year.
MINNEWASKA WCC MEET
TEAM RESULTS - 1. Minnewaska - 158; 2. Benson-KMS - 211; 3. Montevideo - 216; 4. BOLD - 218; 5. Paynesville - 220; 6. LQPV - 231; ACGC - Inc.; Morris - Inc.; YME - Inc.
MINNEWASKA SCORES - Sarah Roering - medalist, 37; Emily Roering - second place, 39; Allie Ostrander - tied-third, 41; Sam Falk - tied-third, 41
The Minnewaska girls' golf team dominated another West Central South Conference meet with an easy win in Benson on Monday.
The Lakers posted the top five individual scores on their way to a team score of 156. Benson-KMS was second with a 200.
Emily Roering shot an even par 36 to take medalist honors. Sarah Roering, Allie Ostrander and Brianna Janu all shot rounds of 40 to tie for second place.
TEAM RESULTS - 1. Minnewaska - 156; 2. Benson-KMS - 200; 3. BOLD - 205; 4. Montevideo - 214; 5. Paynesville - 226; 6. LQPV - 228; YME - Inc.; ACGC - Inc.; Morris - Inc.
MINNEWASKA SCORES - Emily Roering - first place, 36; Sarah Roering - t-second, 40; Allie Ostrander - t-second, 40; Brianna Janu - t-second, 40; Sam Falk - fifth, 42; Alex Guggisberg - ninth place, 47
The Minnewaska girls' golf team had another dominating performance to post a team score of 144 and win its 26th straight West Central South Conference meet.
The Lakers posted the top five individual scores in the meet with Emily Roering taking first with a two-under par 34. Sarah Roering finished second with a 35, while Allie Ostrander and Brianna Janu rounded out the top four scorers for Minnewaska with 37 and 38, respectively.
GRANITE FALLS WCC-SOUTH
TEAM RESULTS - 1. Minnewaska - 144; 2. BOLD - 199; 3. Montevideo - 210; 4. Benson-KMS - 211; 5. LQPV - 226; 6. Paynesville - 230; ACGC - Inc.; Morris - Inc.; YME - Inc.
MINNEWASKA SCORERS - Emily Roering - medalist, 34; Sarah Roering - 35; Allie Ostrander - 37; Brianna Janu - 38; Sam Falk - 40; Alex Guggisberg - 46
RED WING INVITATIONAL
STATE RANKED INDIVIDUALS - Emily Roering, No. 1 AA/A; Sarah Roering, No. 2 AA/A; Danielle Brooks, Red Wing, No. 10 AA/A; Betsy Kelly, Forest Lake, No. 1AAA; Allie Ostrander, No. 7 AA/A; Steffi Neisen, New Prague, No. 2 AAA; Amber Houser, New Prague, No. 8 AAA; Mary Sweeney, No 6 AAA.
STATE RANKED TEAMS - 1. Minnewaska, 2. Northfield, 3. Woodbury, 4. New Prague, 7. Red Wing, 10. Edina.