The Kimball-Eden-Valley-Watkins’ boys golf team looked pretty good in the conference meet Friday, May 9, at Shamrock Golf Course, hosted by Rockford. Finishing just shy of fourth, the Kimball-Eden Valley-Watkins’ 193 net score was good enough for fifth place in the seven-team competition. Meet Results/Team: first, Rockford, 160; second, Maple Lake, 172; third, Osakis, 180; fourth, B-B-E, 187; fifth K-EV-W, 193; sixth, HL-W-W, 197; seventh, Pierz, 231.
Meet Results/Individual: Co-Meet Medalists were Rockford’s Brody Harstad and Maple Lake’s Jason Pomije, who each shot an impressive 37. Osakis, Joe
Garcia, 42; B-B-E, Jackson Gregory, 41; K-EV-W, Tommy Wuertz, 44; HL-W-W, Collin Benson, 42; Pierz, Josh Rocheleau, 45.
The Friday, May 9, Central Minnesota Conference girls’ meet at Prairie View Community Golf Course in Brooten, was hosted by Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa. Osakis continued their winning ways, shooting a blistering 168, and capturing yet another first-place finish. Additionally, the Silverstreaks earned co-Meet Medalist honors, in Peyton Garcia and Alayna Eldred, each shooting a 40. Maple Lake’s Tabitha Latzig also shot 40, completing the tri-Medalist winners. The conference battle included teams from Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa, Howard Lake- Waverly-Winsted, Kimball-Eden Valley-Watkins, Maple Lake, Pierz, Rockford and Osakis. Scoring summary: K-EV-W’s junior Nicole Vossen, 42; eighth-grader Trinity Erickson, 49; Ashley DeJuliannie, 64; B-B-E’s Peyton Miller shot 47, Maple Lake’s Tabitha Latzig shot 40, Pierz’s Jessica Hawks shot 50, Rockford’s Haley Woodrich shot 55, HL-W-W’s Bailey Krumiede shot 45, Osakis’s Peyton Garcia and Alayna Eldred took Meet Medalist honors with 40s. Osakis took first place with a net 168; second place, Maple Lake, 186 net; third place, B-B-E, 208 net; fourth place, HL-W-W, 220 net; fifth place, Pierz, 240 net; sixth place, Rockford, 260 net.
Shadowbrooke Golf Course was the site of the Tuesday, May 6, Central Minnesota Conference golf meet, hosted by Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted. The K-EV-W girls had a tough time of it, and who can blame them, with the limited time they’ve had on the courses this year. Osakis took first-place team honors with a 161, and their own Peyton Garcia captured Meet Medalist accolades, shooting a blistering 38.
The conference battle included teams from Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa, Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted, Kimball-Eden Valley-Watkins, Maple Lake, Pierz, Rockford and Osakis.
Scoring summary: K-EV-W’s junior Nicole Vossen, 53; eighth-grader Trinity Erickson, 48; Ashley DeJuliannie, 69; B-B-E’s Peyton Miller shot 42, Maple Lake’s Maggie Carey shot 42, Pierz’s Jessica Hawks shot 44, Rockford’s Haley Woodrich shot 54, Osakis’s Peyton Garcia took Meet Medalist honors with a 38. Osakis took first place with a net 161; second place, Maple Lake, 185 net; third place, B-B-E, 201 net; fourth place, HL-W-W, 217 net; fifth place, Pierz, 221 net; sixth place, Rockford, 263 net.
The Kimball-Eden Valley-Watkins’ track teams were in top form at the Sauk Centre Meet on Tuesday, May 5. In the 17-event, five-team competition, both of the K-EV-W girls’ and boys’ teams took first place honors, with marks of 115 and 138, respectively.
Following are the results: Girls’ 100-meter dash: first, Stephanie Hemsworth, Sauk Centre, 13.52; EV-W-K: 11th, Holly Loch, 14.81; 13th, Ariel Laabs, 14.94; 14th, Seahara Mancini, 15.02; 15th, Maicy Vossen, 15.17
Boys’ 100-meter dash: first, Deshaun James, EV-W-K, 11.30; fourth, John Salzl, 12.18; seventh, James Mancini, 12.33; 13th, Cody Schlangen, 15th, Trever Hesse, 12.71; tied 17th, Keali’i Kapoi, 12.96; tied 20th, Isaac Thielen, John Zipoy, 13.27; 24th, York Larson, 14.14
The Eden Valley-Watkins-Kimball track teams performed in the Little Crow Invite at New London-Spicer Monday, May 5. Emily Donnay again took the honors, breaking the 800m school record with a time of 2:26.72.
Achieving a number of personal bests, both the boys and girls teams finished in third place, in the seven-team competition. The women’s first-place honors went to Litchfield, and in the men’s division, first place was awarded to New London-Spicer.