Triebenbach, Lipke, Nack all-conference for Osakis

The Osakis boys golf team finishes second overall in the Central Minnesota Conference standings, while Kadyn Triebenbach earns medalist honors in meet at Sauk Centre.

Chase Triebenbach

The Osakis boys golf team finished third out of five teams at the Central Minnesota Conference tournament at the Lynx National Golf Course in Sauk Centre on May 11.

The Silverstreaks shot a 343 over the 18 holes. Chase Triebenbach, Logan Lipke and Aaron Nack all earned All-CLC recognition for their play over the course of the whole conference season. Triebenbach finished second in the league with a 38.57 stroke average over his top six rounds. Lipke was fourth at 41.86 and Nack was eighth with a 45 average.

Logan Lipke

Triebenbach was second individually in Sauk Centre on Tuesday. He shot a 74 that included a 35 on the front nine. Lipke had nines of 41 to finish as Osakis’ second scorer with an 82. Nack shot an 88 (45, 43), while Elijah Hagen (48, 51 - 99), Noah Nessman (50, 49 - 99) and Cody Helm (50, 51 - 101) rounded out the Silverstreaks’ lineup.


Aaron Nack

Luke Ashbrook of Kimball-Eden Valley-Watkins was the individual medalist with a 69 after shooting 35 on the front and 34 on the back.

Kimball-EVW was second as a team at the tournament with a 334. Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa won the event with a 324 behind Gannon Walsh (75), Brady Schwinghammer (80), Spencer Lundberg (84) and Jack Paulson (85).

BBE also won the overall CMC title with a total score of 1,185. Osakis was second at 1,221, with K-EVW (1,242), Paynesville (1,302) and ACGC (1,474) rounding out the field.

Kadyn Triebenbach medalist again

The Osakis girls did not have four golfers to qualify for a team score in Sauk Centre, but senior Kadyn Triebenbach proved to be the top individual in the tournament.

Kadyn Triebenbach


She shot a 90 to finish as the tournament medalist, while teammates Madison Lipke shot a 97 and Averyonna Graff carded a 129 to finish out the Silverstreaks’ lineup.

The girls have one more CMC match this season to finish up their conference schedule.

Eric Morken is a sports and outdoor editor at the Echo Press Newspaper in Alexandria, Minnesota, a property of the Forum News Service. Morken covers a variety of stories throughout the Douglas County area, as well as statewide outdoor issues.
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