PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Tigers excel at Brookings Quad

BROOKINGS, S.D. – Marshall had a productive day on the track, delivering solid performances at the Brookings Quadrangular Tuesday in Brookings.

While no team scores were kept, the Marshall girls left their mark. Sarah Buysse collected wins in the 100-meter (12.71 seconds) and 200 (26.58) dash events and was second in the 400 dash (1:02.82).

Jackie Turner picked up wins for the Tigers in the 1,600 run (5:25.73) and the 3,200 run (11:28.95), while Sydney Griffin dominated the long jump (17-feet-0) and the triple jump (35-2). Her mark in the long jump was a new PR.

“She (Turner) is just a very driven competitor,” Marshall track coach Marie Sample said. “She also competed in the distance medley and ran very well. She was just eight seconds off her PR.”

Turner’s performances in both track and cross country are equally impressive considering she has only been competing in both sports for just a year as a sophomore.

In addition to Turner’s standout performance in the 1,600, other Marshall runners also topped the competition, sweeping the top five places. Claire Boersma was second, followed by Sydney Blomme, Alison Mortier and Amber Tholen. Natalie Radmacher added a second-place finish in the 3,200 run.

The Tigers also put together a solid performance in the distance relay, winning the event in 13:02.91.

Sample is also seeing Buysse continue to grow in the sprint events as a junior. She also knows that with the state track meet just a week away, there are still some times that need to be shaved.

“She ran great in the 200 meter dash today,” Sample said. “We’d like to see her shave a little time off on her 400 meter dash time before state, but that is getting better.”

Nichole Sample set a PR in the 800 run in the as she took 3rd with a time of 2:23.

On the boys side, Andrew Bell won the 3,200 run in 10:27.76, followed by Chase VanKeulen’s second-place finish in 10:46.98. Mike Larson finished the race in 11:18.86 to take fifth.

Zach Drum was first in the triple jump (40-8.50) and fifth in the long jump (18-11.75). Sam Marshall finished second in the 100 dash (11.26) and third in the 200 dash (24.04) and fifth in the 400 dash (55.70). Jefferson Lee took fourth in the 200 (24.25) and fifth in the 100 (11.32).

Brandon Appel was second in the shot put (43-5.75), while Jacob Falconer was fifth (41-0). Ryan Schultz took second in the 300 hurdles (44.23) for the Tigers, while Danny West was third in the 110 hurdles (16.59). Bryan Lee Rose added a fifth-place finish in the 300 hurdles (46.03). Schultz also placed fourth in the high jump, clearing 5-9.

Marshall boys coach Mike Jacobs is starting to see his team improve as the state track meet is about one month away.

“The shot put is coming around,” Jacobs said. “The sprinters are getting more energy. I have a high number of possibilities I could used there. The 100 and 200 dash should be our most consistent areas for conference meets.”

Boys

TEAM STANDINGS: Not kept.

100 DASH: 1. Hunter Christensen (Harrisburg) 10.90, 2. Sam Marshall (M) 11.26, 5. Jefferson Lee (M) 11.32.

200 DASH: 1. Adam Belhaj (SF-L) 23.05, 3. Sam Marshall (M) 24.04, 4. Jefferson Lee (M) 24.25, 7. Maxwell Roelfsems (M) 24.67, 8. Jacob Falconer (M0 24.79.

400 DASH: 1. Paul Paul (Harrisburg) 51.79, 5. Sam Marshall (M) 55.70, 8. Adam Ratz (M) 1:02.67.

800 RUN: 1. Free Bump (SF-L) 1:58.65.

1,600 RUN: 1. Gabe Peters (SF-L) 4:40.31, 8. Mike Larson (M) 5:04.48.

3,200 RUN: 1. Andrew Bell (M) 10:27.76, 2. Chase VanKeulen (M) 10:46.98, 5. Mike Larson (M) 11:18.86.

110 HURDLES: 1. RJ Helsper (Brookings) 15.81, 3. Dan West (M) 16.59.

300 HURDLES: 1. Daniel Mastick (Harrisburg) 42.68, 2. Ryan Schultz (M) 44.23, 5. Bryan Lee Rose (M) 46.03, 8. Dan West (M) 47.53.

400 RELAY: 1. Sioux Falls-Lincoln 44.15, 4. Marshall A 47.09, 5. Marshall B 51.41.

800 RELAY: 1. Sioux Falls-Lincoln 1:33.70, 3. Marshall 1:37.62.

1,600 RELAY: 1. Sioux Falls-Lincoln 3:31.09, 3. Marshall A 3:44.18, 6. Marshall B 3:58.05.

1,600 SPRINT RELAY: 1. Sioux Falls-Lincoln 3:54.07, 3. Marshall 4:10.90.

DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY: 1. Brookings 11:14.52, 4. Marshall 11:49.48.

DISCUS: 1. William Rose (SF-L) 140-3.

HIGH JUMP: 1. Nickel Meyers (SF-L) 5-9, 4. Ryan Schultz (M) 5-9.

LONG JUMP: 1. Hunter Christensen (Harrisburg) 20-5, 5. Zach Drum (M) 18-11.75, 6. John Lothert (M) 17-1.50.

POLE VAULT: 1. Colton Jordan (Watertown) 14-4.50, 6. Drew Tykwinski (M) 9-9.

SHOT PUT: 1. William Rose (SF-L) 50-1.75, 2. Brandon Appel (M) 43-5.75, 5. Jacob Falconer (M) 41-0.

TRIPLE JUMP: 1. Zach Drum (M) 40-8.50, 8. John Lothert (M) 37-2.

Girls

TEAM STANDINGS: Not kept

100 DASH: 1. Sarah Buysse (M) 12.71.

200 DASH: 1. Sarah Buysse (M) 26.58.

400 DASH: 1. Jasmyne Cooper (Harrisburg) 1:00.42, 2. Sarah Buysse (M) 1:02.82.

800 RUN: 1. Jasmyne Cooper (Harrisburg) 2:19.48, 3. Nichole Sample (M) 2:23.92, 7. Alison Mortier (M) 2:46.00, 8. Amber Tholen (M) 2:47.06.

1,600 RUN: 1. Jackie Turner (M) 5:25.73, 2. Claire Boersma (M) 5:40.56, 3. Sydney Blomme (M) 5:53.84, 4. Alison Mortier (M) 5:54.14, 5. Amber Tholen (M) 6:07.77, 8. Laura Bolin (M) 6:33.37.

3,200 RUN: 1. Jackie Turner (M) 11:28.95, 2. Natalie Radmacher (M) 12:21.37, 4. Marah Hart (M) 13:21.22.

100 HURDLES: 1. Haley Bruggeman (Harrisburg) 14.89, 6. Rachel Miller (M) 17.58, 7. Emily Buysse (M) 18.75.

300 HURDLES: 1. Haley Bruggeman (Harrisburg) 48.76.

400 RELAY: 1. Brookings 50.53, 4. Marshall A 53.21, 5. Marshall B 56.25.

800 RELAY: 1. Brookings 1:48.55, 4. Marshall A 1:51.96.

1,600 RELAY: 1. Sioux Falls-Lincoln 4:10.63, 3. Marshall 4:21.86.

1,600 SPRINT RELAY: 1. Brookings 4:36.49, 4. Marshall 4:45.03.

DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY: 1. Marshall 13:02.91.

DISCUS: 1. Shania Meier (SF-L) 110-7, 4. Haley Bennett (M) 100-2, 5. Celeste Werner (M) 99-4, 6. Sarah Antony (M) 94-5.

HIGH JUMP: 1. Doha Mohamed (Brookings) 4-10, 6. Abby Louwagie 4-4.

LONG JUMP: 1. Sydney Griffin (M) 17-0, 8. Emily Buysse (M) 14-5.25.

POLE VAULT: 1. Whitney Scott (Watertown) 9-6, 6. Meghann Naughton (M) 7-6.

SHOT PUT: 1. Izzy VanVeldhuizen (SF-L) 35-11.25, 3. Celeste Werner (M) 31-0.25, 5. Haley Bennett (M) 30-0.75.

TRIPLE JUMP: 1. Sydney Griffin (M) 35-2, 4. Sophia Buysse (M) 32-1.75, 6. Cami Hoover (M) 30-9.25.

Dwight Kinney Invitational

ESTELLINE, S.D. – Elkton-Lake Benton swept the competition, winning both the girls and boys team title at the Dwight Kinney Invitational on Tuesday in Estelline.

The girls won with 150 points, edging Estelline (121), Great Plains Lutheran (116), Arlington (101) and six other teams.

Dabrisha Stephens collected victories in the 100-meter (12.50 seconds) and 200-meter (26.18) dash events. She was also second in the 400 dash (1:02.48). Lexy Lynn also had a solid day, collecting wins in the long jump (15-feet-5 inches) and triple jump (33-11) while taking second in the discus (98-4). Kelsey Kinner contributed a second-place finish in the triple jump (32-4.50) and fourth in the high jump (4-3), while Morgan Carmody added a third-place finish in the shot put (29-11.50).

The Elks also took second in the 800 and 1,600 relay events.

Hendricks runner Joise Olsen won the 3,200 run in 13:27.04 and was third in the 1,600 run (5:55.20). Greta Johnson was third in the 100 hurdles (17.76), fourth in the triple jump (30-8.50) and fifth in the 300 hurdles (55.32).

On the boys side, Elkton-Lake Benton edged Great Plains Lutheran (128.50) to win first place with 164.50 points, led by Quinn Fargen’s wins in the 800 run (2:06.43) and 1,600 run (4:46.78). Fargen was also part of the winning 3,200 relay team (9:16.20) with Alex Trautman, Cameron Harming and Justin Sudtelgte, who took second behind Fargen in the 1,600 run (5:04.23) and 3,200 run (10:39.04).

Sudtelgte and Trautman joined Billy Koch and Trevan Farnharm on the winning 1,600 sprint relay team (4:09.36). Derek Sckerl added a first-place finish in the discus (112-4), while Koch was second in the triple jump (37-7.50). Jacob Nomeland also took second in the 300 hurdles (47.28).

Boys

TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Elkton-Lake Benton 164.50, 2. Great Plains Lutheran 128.50, 3. Castlewood 73, 4. Deuel 72, 5. Arlington 67, 6. Waverly-South Shore 62, 7. Estelline 61, 8. Lake Preston 55, 9. Wessington Springs 33, 10. Iroquois 5.

100 DASH: 1. Lance Eide (Deuel) 11.34, 3. Jose Flores (E-LB) 11.72.

200 DASH: 1. Lance Eide (Deuel) 22.96.

400 DASH: 1. Lance Eide (Deuel) 52.24.

800 RUN: 1. Quinn Fargen (E-LB) 2:06.43, 6. Cole DeRuyter (E-LB) 2:24.37.

1,600 RUN: 1. Quinn Fargen (E-LB) 4:46.78, 2. Justin Sudtelgte (E-LB) 5:04.23, 4. Cameron Harming (E-LB) 5:07.35.

3,200 RUN: 1. Jase Kraft (Wessington) 10:05.69, 2. Justin Sudtelgte (E-LB) 10:39.04, 3. Cameron Harming (E-LB) 10:40.13, 6. Cole DeRuyter (E-LB) 11:53.90.

110 HURDLES: 1. Ethan Ohland (Great Plains) 19.00, 4. Cole DeRuyter (E-LB) 21.87.

300 HURDLES: 1. Ethan Ohland (Great Plains) 43.65, 2. Jacob Nomeland (E-LB) 47.28, 4. Cole DeRuyter (E-LB) 50.94.

400 RELAY: 1. Arlington 46.61, 2. Elkton-Lake Benton (Trevan Farnham, Jacob Nomeland, Heath Schindler, Alex Trautman) 46.69.

800 RELAY: 1. Arlington 1:37.19, 2. Elkton-Lake Benton (Jacob Nomeland, Trevan Farnham, Billy Koch, Jose Flores) 1:39.49.

1,600 RELAY: 1. Castlewood 3:42.67, 3. Elkton-Lake Benton (Quinn Fargen, Trevan Farnham, Cameron Harming, Alex Trautman) 3:55.24.

1,600 SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY: 1. Elkton-Lake Benton (Billy Koch, Trevan Farnham, Justin Sudtelgte, Alex Trautman) 4:09.36.

3,200 RELAY: 1. Elkton-Lake Benton (Justin Sudtelgte, Alex Trautman, Cameron Harming, Quinn Fargen) 9:16.20.

DISCUS: 1. Derek Sckerl (E-LB) 112-4.

HIGH JUMP: 1. Mitchell Giovannettone (Great Plains) 6-0, 4. Jacob Nomeland (E-LB) 9-6, 5. Heath Schindler (E-LB) 9-0.

LONG JUMP: 1. Mitchell Giovannettone (Great Plains) 19-1.75, 3. Heath Schindler (E-LB) 18-9.25, 5. Billy Koch (E-LB) 18-5.

POLE VAULT: 1. Andrew King (Arlington) 11-6, 4. Jacob Nomeland (E-LB) 9-6, 5. Heath Schindler 9-0.

SHOT PUT: 1. Carson Hillestad (Lake Preston) 39-5, 4. Jon Kopecky (E-LB) 38-7.

TRIPLE JUMP: 1. Mitchell Giovannettone (Great Plains) 40-6, 2. Billy Koch (E-LB) 38-7.5.

Girls

TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Elkton-Lake Benton 150, 2. Estelline 121, 3. Great Plains Lutheran 116, 4. Arlington 101, 5. Waverly-South Shore 61, T6. Deuel and Lake Preston 38, T8. Castlewood and Hendricks 36, 10. Wessington Springs 29.

100 DASH: 1. Dabrisha Stephens (E-LB) 12.50.

200 DASH: 1. Dabrisha Stephens (E-LB) 26.18, 4. Sydney Jandahl (E-LB) 28.17.

400 DASH: 1. Savannah Dolezal (Estelline) 1:01.81, 2. Dabrisha Stephens (E-LB) 1:02.48.

800 RUN: 1. Janae Sampson (Arlington) 2:34.14, 3. Callie Otkin (E-LB) 2:49.16, 6. Janessia Scotting (Hendricks) 2:51.79.

1,600 RUN: 1. Janae Sampson (Arlington) 5:39.87, 3. Joise Olsen (Hendricks) 5:55.20.

3,200 RUN: 1. Joise Olsen (Hendricks) 13:27.04, 3. Taylor Harming (E-LB) 15:10.26, 5. Marie Robbins (E-LB) 15:49.13, 6. Siana Keisch (E-LB) 16:17.16.

100 HURDLES: 1. Anna Noeldner (Great Plains) 17.44, 3. Greta Johnson (Hendricks) 17.76.

300 HURDLES: 1. Anna Noeldner (Great Plains) 52.02, 5. Greta Johnson (Hendricks) 55.32, 6. McKenzie DeRuyter (E-LB) 56.86.

400 RELAY: 1. Great Plains Lutheran 54.27, 5. Elkton-Lake Benton (Bobbi Huber, Sydney Jandahl, Abby Landsman, McKenzie Johnson) 56.69.

800 RELAY: 1. Arlington 1:52.21, 2. Elkton-Lake Benton (Bobbi Huber, Sydney Jandahl, Heidi Stoltenburg, Dabrisha Stephens) 1:52.33.

1,600 RELAY: 1. Arlington 4:21.93, 4. Elkton-Lake Benton (Bobbi Huber, Sydney Jandahl, Gabby Kampmann, Heidi Stoltenburg) 4:37.68.

3,200 RELAY: 1. Arlington 10:50.10, 2. Elkton-Lake Benton (McKenzie DeRuyter, Callie Otkin, Heidi Stoltenburg, Taylor Harming) 11:15.83.

DISCUS: 1. Katie Hendrickson (Estelline) 105-8.5, 2. Lexy Lynn (E-LB) 98-4, 6. Shelby McCarthy (E-LB) 76-3.

HIGH JUMP: 1. Aspen Comes (Waverly) 4-7, 4. Kelsey Kinner (E-LB) 4-2.

LONG JUMP: 1. Lexy Lynn (E-LB) 15-5, 5. Gabby Kampmann (E-LB) 14-8.50.

POLE VAULT: 1. Elizabeth Bjorklund (Estelline) 7-6, 3. Gabby Kampmann (E-LB) 7-6, T4. Kelsey Kinner (E-LB) 7-0.

SHOT PUT: 1. Jamie Begalka (Estelline) 37-11, 3. Morgan Carmody (E-LB) 29-11.50.

TRIPLE JUMP: 1. Lexy Lynn (E-LB) 33-11, 2. Kelsey Kinner (E-LB) 32-4.5, 4. Greta Johnson (Hendricks) 30-8.50.

BASEBALL

Minneota/Lincoln HI 17, Canby 3

MINNEOTA – The Minneota Lincoln HI Viking baseball team defeated Canby 17-3 thanks to a seven-run second inning.

Austin Buysse went 3-for-3 in the game with two RBI and four runs scored.

Matthew Knutson also went 3-for-4 with three runs scored for the Vikings, who are now 4-5 on the season and 2-3 in Camden play.

With the loss, the Lancers drop to 2-4 overall and 2-4 in the Camden Conference.

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HITTING: Canby (Tanner Kack 1-for-2, single, run; Adam Durfee 1-for-2, single, RBI; Kristian Leppke 1-for-2, single, RBI; Christian Full 1-for-2, single, run); Minneota/Lincoln HI (Alec Engler 2-for-4, two singles, two RBI, two runs; Jordan Beck 1-for-3, single, three RBI, three runs; Austin Buysse 3-for-3, three singles, two RBI, four runs; Alex Guttormsson 2-for-5, double, single, three RBI; Peyton Nuy 1-for-4, single, two RBI; Andrew Behnke 2-for-4, two singles, RBI, run; Andrew Fadness 2-for-4, double, single, two RBI, run; Matthew Knutson 3-for-4, double, two singles, RBI, three runs; Brock Buysse 2-for-3, two singles, RBI, three runs).

PITCHING (IP-H-R-ER-BB-SO): Canby (Zach Nuy (L) 2.1-11-11-7-0-3; Sawyer Kraus 1.2-5-4-4-1-2; Brett Jelen 1.0-2-2-2-2-1); Minneota/Lincoln HI (Alec Engler (W) 5.0-4-3-2-4-4).

RECORDS: Canby (2-4, 2-4 Camden); Minneota/Lincoln HI (4-5, 2-3 Camden).

Minneota/Lincoln HI 11, Renville County West 7

MINNEOTA – The Vikings played their second game of a split doubleheader against Renville County West and came away with an 11-7 victory. Andrew Fadness lead the team offensively with three RBI to go with two from Jordan Beck and Alex Guttormson. Alec Engler and Andrew Behnke each chipped in one RBI. Jesse Miller lead the Jaguars offensively with two RBI to go with one each from Colin Thompson and Brady Holwerda. Peyton Nuy got the start on the mound for the Vikings and went four innings as he struck out five and walked three batters while allowing just one hit, but four runs (three earned).

HITTING: RCW (Miller 1-for-2, 2 RBI; Thompson 1-for-2, RBI; Holwerda 1-for-3, RBI; Johnson 1-for-2) Minneota (Engler 3-for-4, triple, RBI; Guttormson 1-for-2, triple, two RBI; Behnke 1-for-3, triple, RBI; Beck 2-for-4, double, RBI; Fadness 1-for-3, three RBI, Buysse 2-for-2)

Pitching: RCW (Thompson 3-7-5-5-3-4; Holwerda 2-3-6-4-3-1; Johnson 1-0-0-0-0-1) Minneota (Nuy 4-1-4-3-3-5; Knutson 1-1-1-1-0-0; Engler 2-2-2-1-3-3)

Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove 4, Southwestern United 1

LAMBERTON – Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove earned a 4-1 win over Southwestern United on Tuesday night. The Falcons got offensive contributions from a number of different people. Jacob Otto had two RBI in the game while Cole Pankonin had two doubles and was 3-for-3 from the plate. Mitchell Jarmer also finished with a double. Taylor Bunting went the distance for the Flacons and had 10 strikeouts.

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Hitting: SWU (Fest 1-for-3 double; Heitbrink 1-for-3, single; Fest 1-for-3; Dronen 1-for-3) RRC/WWG (Otto 1-for-4, RBI; Pankonin 3-for-3, two doubles; Schoborg 1-for-4; Bunting 1-for-2; Willhite 2-for-2, two doubles, RBI; Bierl 0-for-3, RBI).

Pitching: SWU (Fest 7-8-4-4-2-5) RRC/WWG (7-4-1-0-2-1-0)

Mountain Lake Area 10, Murray County Central 4

SLAYTON – Murray County Central dropped a Red Rock Conference game to Mountain Lake Area 10-4 on Tuesday.

In the loss, Nick Peterson went 2-for-4 for the Rebels. Noah Lupke went 2-for-3 with a RBI in the loss.

Murray County Central fell to 7-4 with the loss. The Rebels host Adrian on Thursday in Red Rock Conference action.

SOFTBALL

Murray County Central 15, Mountain Lake Area 0

MOUNTAIN LAKE – Murray County Central cruised to a 15-0 victory over Mountain Lake Area in a five inning contest Tuesday night. Kristi Bose went all five innings and allowed just one hit as she struck out three while walking just one.

Jade Giese went 3-for-4 with two RBI and scored a run and had two doubles on the night. Brittany Bose had a five RBI night on a 3-for-4 plate performance. Lissa Carlson registered two RBI in the win.

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Hitting: MCC (Giese 3-for-4, two doubles, two RBI, run; Bose 3-for-4, double, triple, five RBI, two runs; Lee 2-for-4, two runs; Carlson 3-for-4, two RBI) MLA (Stoesz 1-for-2)

Pitching: MCC (Bose 5-1-0-0-1-3) MLA (Stoesz 5-15-15-14-3-2)

Paynesville Area 8, YME 0

PAYNESVILLE – Paynesville Area defeated Yellow Medicine East 8-0 in West Central Conference action Tuesday.

Mariah Norell was charged with the loss for the Sting. She allowed eight runs in six innings, walked two and struck out two.

Megan Odegard got the lone hit for YME in the loss.

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HITTING: Yellow Medicine East (Megan Odegard 1-for-3, single); Paynesville Area (Kayla Schaefer 2-for-4, triple, single, four RBI, two runs; Hannah Lange 1-for-4, single, two RBI; Bri Stang 2-for-4, double, single, run; Allie Stanger 1-for-4, single, RBI; Brooke Hemmesch 1-for-4, double, run; Haile Johnson 1-for-3, double, walk, two runs; Lexi Skoglund 2-for-3, two doubles, RBI, two runs).

PITCHING (IP-H-R-ER-BB-SO): Yellow Medicine East (Mariah Norell 6.0-10-8-6-2-2); Paynesville Area (Brooke Hemmesch 7.0-1-0-0-1-9).

RECORDS: Yellow Medicine East (0-9, 0-7 West Central); Paynesville Area (6-2, 6-1 West Central).

BOYS TENNIS

Benson/Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 7, Yellow Medicine East 0

GRANITE FALLS – The Yellow Medicine East boys tennis team fell 7-0 on Tuesday to Benson/Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg.

The Sting is now have a 1-7 record on the season.

Singles

No. 1: Alberto Sainz-Rico (B) defeated Brandon Repsher 6-2, 6-3.

No. 2: Aaron Szczur (B) defeated Shane Nokleby 6-4, 6-0.

No. 3: Tyler Bergman (B) defeated Cody Speh 6-1, 6-1.

No. 4: Eric Hoium (B) defeated Matthew Virnig 6-3, 6-0.

Doubles

No. 1: Bradley Berens/Brandon Gosson (B) defeated James DeJager/Ammon Bennett 6-1, 6-0.

No. 2: Chad Clark/Kyle Ruppert (B) defeated Noah Lufti/Cody Zimmer 6-2, 6-1.

No. 3: Dylan McNeill/Nathan Habben (B) defeated Miles Jensen/Nick Schindele 6-1, 6-2.