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GOLF RESULTS

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Section 1AA, First round

at Owatonna Country Club, par 71

Team Scores

(top 8 qualify for Tuesday's second round)

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1. Red Wing 296; 2. Faribault 297; 3. Owatonna 300; 4. Albert Lea 302; 5. Eagan 304; 6. Century 311; 7. Northfield 312; 8. John Marshall 316; 9. Mayo 316; 10. Austin 324; 11. Rosemount 327; 12. Lakeville 335; 13. Winona 336; 14. Farmington 343; 15. New Prague 350; 16. Waseca 355.

Century (311): Reed Reynolds 38-38--76, Sebastian Specks 39-38--77, Lee Schloesser 40-38--78, Nate Schunke 41-39--80.

John Marshall (316): Nick Sikkink 39-37--76, Robbie Amundson 38-41--79, Mike Radosevich 42-38--80, Matt Haskamp 40-41--81.

Mayo (316): John Morgan 36-36--72, Peter Bouquet 41-40--81, Brian Gerzsenyi 43-38--81, Mike Nimtz 40-42--82.

(Wednesday)

Section 1A, Sub-section 4

at The Oaks, Hayfield, par 71

Team Scores

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Lourdes 310, Triton 339, Kasson-Mantorville 343, Pine Island 348, Zumbrota-Mazeppa 348, Hayfield 361, Byron 377.

Top Individuals

(qualified for Section 1A meet)

Sean Olson (Zumbrota-Mazeppa) 73, Scott Keller (Triton) 80, Brandon Muehleis (Triton) 81, Brad Krause (Pine Island) 84, Andrew Frydenlund (Hayfield) 84.

Lourdes (310): Mike Pehler 72, Tim Deutsch 78, Mike Tieskoetter 80, Andrew Alexander 80.

Triton (339): Scott Keller 80, Brandon Muehleis 81, Nate Anderson 87, Chace Sackett 91.

Kasson-Mantorville (343): Brent Carlsen 84, Andy Schwab 84, Jared Pfeffer 84, Matt Ferguson 91.

Pine Island (348): Brad Krause 84, Mitch Harris 85, Pat Gorman 86, Dustin Taylor 93.

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Zumbrota-Mazeppa (348): Sean Olson 73, Ozzie Sand 89, Ty Schulz 92, Josh Hinsch 94.

Hayfield (361): Andrew Frydenlund 84, Andrew Heydt 90, Kyle Kuster 92, Ryan Sowers 95.

Byron (377): Tareyl Stewart 88, Neil Mortland 90, Alex Nelson 98, Brad Axman 101.

(wednesday)

Section 1A, Sub-section 4

at The Oaks, Hayfield, par 71

Team Scores

Kasson-Mantorville 383, Lourdes 384, Hayfield 449, Pine Island 461, Byron 476, Zumbrota-Mazeppa 487, Triton incomplete.

Top Individuals

(qualified for Section 1A meet)

Staci Smoot (Lourdes) 82, Jessica Broich (Lourdes) 95, Lisa Frydenlund (Hayfield) 103, Marilou Wijdicks (Lourdes) 103, Molly Noser (Lourdes) 104.

Kasson-Mantorville (383): Meg O'Neill 86, Bridget O'Neill 94, M. Carlsen 101, Stacy Singfiel 102.

Lourdes (384): Staci Smoot 82, Jessica Broich 95, Marilou Wijdicks 103, Molly Noser 104.

Hayfield (449): Lisa Frydenlund 103, Chelsie Allen 108, Sam McCamy 114, M. Demmer 124.

Pine Island (461): Laura Kennedy 105, Carol Rennie 106, Megan Ritter 116, A. Lexvold 134.

Byron (476): K. O'Neill 110, Brooke Sannemann 116, Cam Mortland 116, Jenna Kitzmann 134.

Zumbrota-Mazeppa (487): Katie Mack 110, Abby Walch 113, Kalie Pettit 113, Teresa Walch 115.

Triton (inc.): Missy Anderson 115.

SOFTBALL

2A east sub-section

Hayfield 7, United South Central 0

Maple River 7, Hayfield 0

Hayfield defeated United South Central 7-0 in the first round of Section 2A East Sub-section playoffs Thursday in Mapleton. The Vikings then lost to Maple River 7-0 in the second round, and will play Saturday at 1 p.m. in Mankato against a yet-to-be-determined opponent.

The Vikings scored three runs in the top of the second inning against USC. Alyssa Nelson started the inning off with a base hit. Cassie Kraetsch and Barbara Erath then reached base on errors, and Katie Williams hit a single to score a run. Hayfield left the bases full that inning.

The fourth inning started with two walks, a sacrifice fly to centerfield by Jessie DeMaria and a hit by Tara Kramer. By the end of the inning, Hayfield pushed across four runs with the help of several walks.

Kraetsch was 2-for-3 with a double; DeMaria was 2-for-4 with an RBI. Kraetsch pitched the distance for the Vikings facing 26 batters, giving up four hits and striking out five.

In the second round, the young Vikings squad had to face the top seed Maple River (18-1). Pitching ace Joyce DeWitz struck out 10 batters in the Hayfield line up. DeMaria and Nelson got the only two hits for Hayfield.

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