PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Dragons down Knights in five

ADRIAN – The Adrian Dragons hosted the Russell-Tyler-Ruthton Knights in a non-conference baseball game on Saturday, winning 17-7 in five innings.

Adrian scored eleven runs in the fourth inning, taking advantage of RTR errors and walks. Ian Ruppert’s double in the inning scored two and Brady Lonneman’s knocked in two with a single.

In the fifth, Andy McCann’s double scored the winning runs for Adrian to put the 10-run rule into effect.

RTR drops to 1-2 with the loss, and is scheduled to play in Canby today.

SOFTBALL

Wabasso Invitational

The Wabasso Rabbits softball team went 2-1 Saturday at their home tournament, defeating both Murray County Central and DeLaSalle and losing to Benilde St. Margaret’s.

Wabasso faced Murray County Central in the first game. They used a strong offensive performance to power past the Rebels 16-3 in five innings.

The Rabbits got home runs from Morgan Frank and Erin Liebl, with Liebl’s being a grand slam.

Callie Rohlik pitched all five innings, giving up three runs (one earned) on 5 hits, with seven strikeouts.

Wabasso was shut out by Benilde-St. Margaret’s in the second game, 7-0. Morgan Frank had the lone hit of the game for the Rabbits and Alison Benz went the distance but picked up the loss.

In the finale, Callie Rohlik pitched her second complete game of the day, giving up three runs on eight hits, with seven strikeouts. Morgan Frank went 3-3 at the plate to help Wabasso defeat DeLaSalle 6-3.

PREP

TRACK AND?FIELD

Vince Relays

Lexy Lynn dominated in the field events to help lead Elkton-Lake Benton to a win at the Vince Relays.

Lynn took first in the long jump, triple jump, and discus throw. Her teammates were strong as well, with Gabby Kampmann winning the pole vault and Anna Tiedeman finishing second in the discus throw. Kampmann also took third in the long jump.

On the boys side, the strength of the Elks was in the distance runs. Quinn Fargen and Justin Sudtlgte finished top-two in the 1,600, with Sudtelgte and Cameron Harming second and third, respectively, in the 3,200.

The relay teams were another strength for the Elks, winning the 400, 1,600 and 3,200 relays. ELB also finished first in the 1,600 medley.

In the field events, Trevan Farnham took first in the long jump, Jacob Nomeland had the second-best pole vault, and Derek Sckerl had the second-farthest discus throw.

PREP?GOLF

Lakeview Triangular

COTTONWOOD – Brady Madsen shot a 43 to lead MACCRAY to a team win over Lakeview and Minneota/Lincoln HI on Thursday in boys golf action.

As a team, MACCRAY shot a 186, while both Lakeview and Minneota/Lincoln HI shot 209.

Jeff Gladis shot a team-high 46 for the Vikings, with Jon Piehl four strokes back at 50.

Taylor Pickthorn led the way for the host Lakers with a team-best 50.

On the girls side, Minneota/Lincoln HI’s Kyra Gores shot a 45 to lead the Vikings to the win. Charlie Josephson finished at 48 to finish in second place at the event for the Vikings.

Whitney Fisher led the Laker girls squad, shooting a 51.

Boys

TEAM STANDINGS: 1. MACCRAY 186, 2. (tie) Lakeview and Minneota/Lincoln HI 209.

MACCRAY: 1. Brady Madsen 43, 2. Dean Schroeder 45, 3. Charles Rothwell 47, 4. Isaac Gosseling 51, 5. Andrew Gosseling 57, 6. Nathaniel Johnson 60.

Lakeview: 1. Taylor Pickthorn 50, 2. Hunter Kvistad 51, 3. Logan Stelter 53, 4. Thomas Geihl 55, 5. Zach Werner 61, 6. Eric Pehrson 63.

Minneota/Lincoln HI: 1. Jeff Gladis 46, 2. Jon Piehl 50, 3. Joe Buysse 55, 4. Ryan Twedt 58, 5. Kolin Drietz 61, 6. Matt Myhre 62.

Girls

TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Minneota 202, 2. Lakeview 243.

Minneota: 1. Kyra Gores 45, 2. Charlie Josephson 48, 3. Maranda Jerzak 53, 4. Heidi Guttormsson 56, 5. Megan Evers 59, 6. Shelby Standahl 78.

Lakeview: 1. Whitney Fischer 51, 2. Sydney Schake 58, 3. Briatta Runtjer 66, 4. Hailey Penske 68.

MACCRAY: 1. Lauren Wiebben 57, 2. Tiffany Mogard 61.