Weekend prep roundup: WHS boys track and field fourth at Class AA True Team meet
WHS senior golfers recognized at home meet against MCC on Friday. E/SWC co-champions of Red Rock Conference baseball.
Monday sports roundup:
Albert Lea 6, Worthington 3
ALBERT LEA — Tucker Brandner, Mathias Noble and Cooper McCoy had three hits each for the Worthington Trojans in a loss to Albert Lea on Monday.
The Trojans were defeated 6-3.
Max Ostrem and Mathias Noble pitched for WHS. Ostrem allowed five hits and four earned runs in two innings. Noble allowed six hits and two earned runs in four innings.
Brandon Bosma had two hits and a run batted in. Brandner hit two doubles.
The Trojans left 11 runners on base.
Worthington 001 020 0 – 3 14 0
Albert Lea 040 020 X – 7 11 0
Luverne 1, Adrian/Ellsworth 0
LUVERNE — Carter Sehr and Patrick Kroski pitched a combined one-hit shutout for the Luverne Cardinals 1-0 victory over Luverne.
The Cardinals had six hits of their own and scored their run in the bottom of the seventh inning. Marcus Vortherms scored on a Zach DeBoer single. DeBoer had two hits, as did Elliot Domagala.
Keagan Polzine, Quentin Wolf, Matthew Geister and Travis Weiss pitched for the Dragons.
Weiss was credited with the loss.
Weiss had a walk and Joe Rahe hit a single for the Dragons two baserunners.
Adrian/Ellsworth 000 000 0 – 0 1 0
Luverne 000 000 1 – 1 6 0
Saturday sports roundup:
Track and Field
State True Team Class AA
STILLWATER — The Worthington Trojans boys track and field team placed fourth in the Class AA Minnesota State Track and Field Meet on Saturday. The Trojans scored 447.5, and trailed Stewartville, Mankato East and St. Thomas Academy.
Abagotte Opiew was first in the triple jump, first in the 110 meter hurdles and fifth in the 200 meter dash.
Marenono Opiew was first in the 300 meter hurdles and third in the 110 meter hurdles.
The Trojans won the 4x400 relay and the 4x800 meter relay.
Mikele Walu was third in the 800 meter run. Walu was seventh in the high jump.
Fanuel Wolday was fourth in the 3200 meter race. Charles Brands was tied for fifth in the high jump.
Waseca 8, Trojans 7
WASECA – Cade Grimmius pitched five innings for the Trojans in the first game of a Saturday doubleheader with Waseca.
The Trojans lost 8-7.
Kaleb Knothe hit a triple, Mason Schutz had a double. Mathias Noble had three hits. Manuel Rodriguez had three hits and two RBIs. Max Ostrem hit an RBI single.
Cooper McCoy scored two runs and had two hits.
Worthinton 4, Waseca 3
WASECA — Tucker Brandner scored two runs, hit a triple and pitched five solid innings for the Trojans in the nightcap victory over Waseca.
Worthington scored a walk-off victory in the bottom of the seventh.
Mathias Noble had two hits and two RBIs. Kaleb Knothe and Cooper McCoy scored runs.
McCoy pitched the final two frames for WHS.
Waseca 101 000 1 – 3 2 2
Worthington 100 020 1 – 4 7 5
Friday sports roundup:
WORTHINGTON — Andrew Mulder was the medalist for the Worthington boys golf meet with Murray County Central on Friday.
The Trojans boys golfers won 161-213.
Mulder scored 37, Logan Powers scored 39, Tyler Jaycox scored 40, Spenser Nickel scored 45, Wesley Widboom scored 46 and Spenser Braaksma scored 48.
The WHS girls golf team won their match with the Rebels 190-218.
Madison Beckmann was the medalist with a stellar score of 42. Tarren Spartz was second with 49 and Mix Nixon took third with 49.
Elie Meyer from MCC scored 49.
Lilly Mahlberg scored 52, Claire Mahlberg and Ellie Weg scored 56.
E/SWC 5, MLA/C 4
EDGERTON — Skyler Feikema struck out 10 in five innings in Edgerton/Southwest Minnesota Christian's final conference game against Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey on Friday.
The Flying Dutchmen won a tight game 5-4.
Feikema was 2-for-3 with two runs scored. Nathan Hoekman had two hits and scored two runs.
Trevin Prins pitched a six-out save for the Dutchmen.
With the victory E/SWc secured its place as co-champions of the Red Rock Conference.
MLA/C 000 121 0 – 4 7 2
E/SWC 020 120 X – 5 8 1
JCC 10, HL-O/F 0
JACKSON — Logan Butzon and Travis Rogotzke pitched a combined no-hitter for Jackson County Central against Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda.
The Huskies won 10-0 in five innings.
Bryson Powers had three hits including a double and a triple. Trey Rossow had two hits. Butzon had a triple and scored a run. Cam Schoelten had two hits.
The Coyotes committed three errors in the fifth inning.
JCC finished its regular season with a 1-15 record.
HL-O/F 000 00 – 0 0 4
JCC 311 14 – 10 11 0