High school highlights for Monday, May 22, 2023

Top performances for area high school players.

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Emma Voth allowed just one run on five hits with eight strikeouts in seven innings as Goodhue knocked off Rushford-Peterson 2-1.

• Eighth-grader Laney Weis struck out 11 in four innings and Haylee Lowe went 2-for-2 as top-seeded Southland had little trouble with Spring Grove 16-1.

Olivia Beckman drove in a pair of runs as Houston slipped past Fillmore Central/Lanesboro 5-4 to advance in the postseason.

Ella Stark went 3-for-3 with a double, a triple and three RBIs in Wabasha-Kellogg's 12-6 win over Mabel-Canton.



Camryn Kovars, Melanie Raasch, Megan Jasperson and Cora Ohm all recorded multiple hits as Zumbrota-Mazeppa beat GMLOK 11-1.

Madison Hazelton struck out 11 in the circle and also had two hits to help lead Winona Cotter to a 5-2 win over Plainview-Elgin-Millville.

Macy Lembke finished 2-for-4 and drove in three runs as Blooming Prairie slipped past Pine Island 6-5.



• Mayo won the Big Nine Conference regular-season title on Monday, using a split of a doubleheader with Northfield to get it done. It was Mayo’s first league baseball title since 2005. Mason Leimbek and Ian Regal had back-to-back doubles in the second inning of the first game to score three runs. They happened with two outs and helped Mayo to its 6-3 win. Chase Gasner had two hits and an RBI. Regal got the pitching win, going four innings and allowing just one earned run. Mayo dropped the second game 7-0.

• Century slipped past John Marshall 3-2 in the first game of a doubleheader, then won the nightcap 6-3 in Big Nine Conference action. Peyton Milene continued his recent stellar play, getting two hits in the first game, including a triple, and two RBIs. Owen Kelly got the pitching win, with four outstanding innings of work. He allowed just one hit and no runs. Milene started the second game and worked the first two innings, allowing two runs, just one of them earned. Jack Eustice pitched the next five frames and allowed just one unearned run. Kelly had a booming double that scored a run and also threw a runner out at the plate from left field. Ryan Ohm was 3-for-3 with a double and three runs scored and Jerry Fletcher went 2-for-4. Aaron Terpstra and Nolan Wayne each had two hits for JM.



Jacob Erickson and Cayden Boyum each had two hits in Chatfield’s 7-3 win over La Crescent-Hokah.


Jaxon Strinmoen went 3-for-4 with two doubles and two RBIs in Spring Grove’s 12-2 five-inning win over Alden-Conger/Glenville-Emmons. Ezra Griffin and Brandon Jahnke each had two hits for the Lions.


• Lyle/Pacelli’s Landon Meyer had two hits and drove in three runs in helping the Athletics to a 14-0 six-inning win over Goodhue. Logan Brooks also had two hits. Hayden Holm had two hits for Goodhue.

Justin Craft had two hits, including a double, and Nick Larson drove in two runs in Kasson-Mantorville’s 8-3 win over Hayfield.

• Cannon Falls outhit St. Croix Lutheran 12-1 en route to beating it 14-0 in non-conference play. Jadan Winchell had two hits, including a double and two RBIs. Nick Barrett was 2-for-2 with a double.

Isaiah Brennan had two hits, Kaelin Huebert had three RBIs and Reid Bielen had two in Byron’s 6-5 win over Winona. Tyler Kelner and Carson Jones each had two hits for the Winhawks.


Reed Neubauer had three hits, including a double, as Stewartville beat Plainview-Elgin-Millville 6-2.

• Red Wing scored a total of seven runs in the fourth, fifth and six innings as it beat Hill-Murray 7-5. Ellis Petersmeyer had a double and two RBIs for the Wingers. Will Hanisch went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI.



Brennan Weckwerth shot a 74, Bo Bondy a 76, Ryker Hansen a 77 and Jacob Shamlin a 78 en route to Century winning a 12-team meet at Mississippi National Golf Course.



Luca Neurer and Camilla Hangee each had two goals for the Rockets in their 15-7 loss to Hastings. Julia Curran recorded 19 saves for JM.

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