Wabasso boys 221, GFW 226, Cathedral 243
Cathedral girls 206, Wabasso 220, GFW Inc.
NEW ULM - Kyle Campbell was the boys' co-medalist on the day and led Wabasso to a victory over Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop and New Ulm Cathedral.
Staff photo by Steve Muscatello
New Ulm Cathedral’s Meghan O’Brien watches her tee shot on the first hole at the New Ulm Country Club during the Greyhounds triangular with Wabasso and Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop Tuesday.
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Cory Kruggel, from GFW, also shot a 50 to co-medal with Campbell, while Jack Wenner shot a 55 to lead the golfers from Cathedral.
Brooke Dummer led the Cathedral girls' squad to a victory with a 49. Briana Jenniges was the girls' medalist with a 48 to give Wabasso the boys and girls medalist on the day. Katelyn Seehafer led GFW with a 52.
CM boys 197, MVL 237
MVL girls 211, CM Inc.
FAIRFAX - The Cedar Mountain boys defeated Minnesota Valley Lutheran Monday in Tomahawk action.
Cedar Mountain's Zac Kerkhoff was the medalist with a 45 and Corey Hoffmann led the MVL boys with a 51.
Courtney Nelson led the Cougars with a 49 and Mariah Schoof was the medalist, leading MVL with a 47.
Springfield boys 182, St. Mary's 188, CM 190
Springfield girls 202, St. Mary's 231
SLEEPY EYE - The Springfield boys won a Tomahawk Conference meet Tuesday over Sleepy Eye St.?Mary's and Cedar Mountain.
Christopher Kretsch of Springfield was the medalist with a 40 and Kansas Adams led St. Mary's with a 41. Tristan Pietig led Cedar Mountain with a 44.
On the girl's side, Alex Cheney of Springfield and McKenzie Schutz of St. Mary's led the way with a 47.
Madelia 171, GHEC 203, Mountain Lake Area 206
MADELIA - Madelia's boys golf team dominated Granada-Huntley-East Chain and Mountain Lake Area Tuesday in nonconference action.
Aaron Walzak was the medalist from Mountain Lake Area with a 37.
Mike Sorenson and Jordan Henry from Madelia were right behind Walzak shooting a 38 and 39, respectively.
Madelia (5-1) hosts Sleepy Eye St. Mary's, St. Clair, and LCWM-Nicollet for a match on Thursday.
Marshall boys 305, New Ulm 317, MCC 354
MARSHALL - The New Ulm boys golf team finished second in Marshall on Tuesday.
Kelton Schmitz and Ethan Krause led New Ulm with a 78.
Marshall girls 358, New Ulm 427, MCC 430
MARSHALL - Marshall won the nonconference girl's golf meet on Tuesday.
New Ulm's Corinne McKeeth shot a 94 on the day and Miriam Jakel shot a 110 to lead the Eagles. Marshall's Jessica Blanchard medaled with a score of 84 on the day.
New Ulm will next be in action at the Fairmont Invite on Saturday.