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n two Central Minnesota Conference meets last week, Osakis finished first and second as all Silverstreak players continue to step up. At Maple Lake last Tuesday, the Silverstreaks shot their way to a 17-stroke lead over Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa as Peyton Garcia earned medalist honors with her 41. "Peyton managed the wind and the heat to play a solid round of golf," said head coach Steve Tax. Garcia was followed closely by Annalise Savageau with a 42, and Ariel Chalmers with a 44. At BBE on Friday, Savageau fired a 37 to cruise to medalist honors as the Silverstreaks finished second to Maple
The Ashby-Brandon-Evansville boys' and girls' track teams brought home Pheasant Conference team titles Thursday as the boys had seven individual first place finishes and the girls had nine. Boys winning titles included John Haseman in the 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles and high jump, Toby Wach in the shot put, discus and long jump and Greg Baker in the triple jump.
The Osakis girls and West Central Area boys brought home team championships from the Prairie Conference track and field meet Tuesday. The Osakis boys finished fourth overall, while the West Central Area girls were third. Becka Sadlemyer and Brian Thorstad were named the most valuable athletes at the meet, along with Kylee Fernholz and Dan Schack of West Central Area. Sadlemyer won the 100, 200 and 400-meter dashes along with the long jump, while Thorstad won the 100 and 200-meter dashes, finishing second in the 400-meter dash. Both Sadlemyer's 100 and 200-meter dash times were new school r
A doubleheader sweep of St. Cloud Apollo Tuesday left Alexandria two-games in front of second place Rocori in the Central Lakes Conference baseball standings with an 8-1 record. "The Cards are in great shape in the conference standings and in the section as we have just one week left in the regular season," said head coach Russ Hinrichs, whose team has a busy remainder of the week that includes a doubleheader in Moorhead today and a doubleheader at home against St.
Alexandria managed wins at first singles and first doubles, but that was all the Cardinals could pick up as they fell to Sartell 5-2 Tuesday in Central Lakes Conference boys' tennis. "What a great match on such a windy day," said head coach Dave Ronning. "The guys came out fighting on senior night at the Discovery courts. "We honored our two seniors that are in our lineup.
With four teams tightly packed at the top of the Central Lakes Conference boys' golf race, Alexandria took advantage of Nick Brundell's timely medalist round to surge from third in the standings to a tie for first with St. Cloud Tech. "It was a windy day, as usual, but warm, almost too warm," said Cardinal coach Rick Larson.
The Silverstreak girls won a pair of Central Minnesota Conference girls' golf meets, winning by 21 strokes at Kimball Friday and edging Maple Lake by three strokes at Pierz on Monday. Friday's meet saw Ariel Chalmers earn medalist honors as she carded a 41.
Led by eight first place finishes, the West Central Area girls' track and field team grabbed top team honors at the Anderson-Schuler Relays in Breckenridge last week. Tiana Christenson finished first in the 800 run, Abby Christenson was first in the 1,600 run, Kylee Fernholz placed first in the 3,200 run, Dawn Cleveland was first in the 100 hurdles, Holly VanKempen in the 300 hurdles and the triple jump and Annabelle Haarstad was first the shot put. The Knights rounded out their first place finishes in the 4x400 relay as Cally Haraldson, Fernholz, H. VanKempen and A.
Kacia Kollman's three-run homer in the first and Shanae Suchy's solo homer in the fifth propelled Minnewaska to its 10th victory of the season as the Lakers defeated section opponent Wadena-Deer Creek 10-5. The Lakers got to Wolverine pitcher Caitlin Volkmann early as Lexi Amundson hit a one-out double in the first, with Julie Helander singling to put two aboard. Alyssa Engfer singled home Amundson before Kollman blasted her shot over the fence to clear the bases and give Minnewaska a 4-0 lead after one. The Lakers added a pair of runs in the second as Morgan Majerus singled and moved ahead
The Silverstreak golfers put in a lot of time on the golf course last week with four meets, giving everyone a chance to polish their game. Paul Hartmann showed that he knows his home course, shooting a 41 to share medalist honors with Dustin Herold of Pierz. Hartmann's score helped the Silverstreaks to a second place finish behind Rockford by 11 strokes. Osakis also sent two other squads onto the fairways with the Red and Black teams, which finished sixth and ninth overall. "It was nice to see all of our varsity players get out and play some competition," said head coach Steve Tax.