Triebenbachs bring home Osakis’ MVPs

Averyonna Graff, a freshman for the girls, and Eli Hagen, a sophomore for the boys, earned the Most Improved Award.

Osakis freshman Chase Triebenbach rolls his putt toward the hole during a wet round at the Osakis Golf Club on April 23, 2021. Triebenbach was named the Osakis boys' MVP this past season after finishing as the second best player by scoring average (38.57) in the Central Minnesota Conference. (Eric Morken / Echo Press)

Siblings Kadyn Triebenbach and Chase Triebenbach led the way for the Osakis boys and girls golf teams this past spring, and both earned MVP honors for that.

Kadyn Triebenbach

Kadyn, a senior, wrapped up her career by winning the Central Minnesota Conference medalist honor after averaging a nine-hole score of 44 through league meets. Avery Maus of Kimball-Eden Valley-Watkins was a distant second with a 47.9 average. Kadyn also earned the Silverstreak Award from her team for being a strong leader of an otherwise young group.

Chase Triebenbach, a freshman, led three Osakis boys players who earned All-CMC honors by finishing among the top eight individuals in the league. Logan Lipke and Aaron Nack also earned that honor.


Triebenbach shot a 74 (35, 39) at the CMC Tournament in Sauk Centre. He finished with the second lowest average of any boys golfer in the conference at 38.57 (by stroke average of top six rounds). Luke Ashbrook of Kimball-EVW was the only player to best that with a 37.14 average.

Averyonna Graff, a freshman for the girls, and Eli Hagen, a sophomore for the boys, finished off Osakis’ team award winners by earning the Most Improved Award.

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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