Unity Claims Third After Second Day of 3A Girls State Golf Meet Cancelled

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The second day of the Class 3A & 4A State Golf Meets at Ames were cancelled Wednesday due to inclement weather. The 18-hole scores from Tuesday are now the tournament final results and that means Unity Christian is the third place finisher in the 3A team totals this year.

After the first round of play Unity Christian was in third place with a team total 383. Kuemper led the way at 367 followed by Beckman Catholic at 374.

Individually Alyssa Fedders led the way for the Knights at 86 and 9th place overall. The first round leader put together an opening round of 72 after the first day of play and is officially this years medalist. Other Unity scores included Sarah Bos at 96 and Amber Klynsma at 100. Mackenzie Geels carded a 102 with Ava Grossman in at 110.

Also in the individual competition Megan Mousel of MOC Floyd Valley carded a round of 108.


Sports Scores From Tuesday May 28th

baseballWeather and field conditions permitting it’s a full schedule Tuesday including the opening round for regional soccer tournament play and a number of baseball and softball games.

 

 

 

 Softball 

George-Little Rock/Central Lyon 10, Sheldon 0
Hinton 12, LeMars Gehlen Catholic 2
Okoboji 10, Harris-Lake Park 9
Spirit Lake 19, MOC-Floyd Valley 14

 

 Baseball 

George-Little Rock 4, Sheldon 2
Akron-Westfield 3, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 1
Hinton 4, Gehlen Catholic, LeMars 2
Okoboji, Milford 4, Harris-Lake Park 3

 

 

Class 1A Region 1 Girls Soccer Upper Bracket

MOC Floyd Valley 2, West Sioux 0

Unity 2, Western 0

MOC-Floyd Valley meets Unity Christian Friday at Orange City

 

Lower Bracket

Kuemper Catholic 4, Humboldt 1

Kuemper at the Briar Cliff complex Friday to meet Bishop Heelan who got a first round bye


Walleye caught

Alec Rector (on left) and Paul Claar……
Walleye caught on the Missouri River’s Lake Sharp in South Dakota

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DNR Director And Management Staff to Hold Public Forum in Storm Lake

DNR logo A public forum with Iowa Department of Natural Resources Director Chuck Gipp and management staff of the DNR will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday, June 10, at King’s Pointe Resort, 1520 East Lakeshore Drive in Storm Lake.

The public is invited and encouraged to attend with any questions or issues they would like to discuss with DNR management staff.


Iowa Girls State Golf Meets Open Tuesday Unity Competing as Team in 3A

golf picThe Iowa state girls golf meets begin a two day run today in five classes. In Class 3A Unity Christian qualified its team for state competition. Qualifying as an individual was Megan Mousel of MOC Floyd Valley. The 3A meet is being contested at Ames Golf and Country Club.

 

Class 1A and 2A are both being decided at American Legion in Marshalltown. Courtney Hummel of West Sioux qualified as and individual and LeMars Gehlen qualified their team.

 
In Class 2A Alex Mankle of Okoboji qualified as an individual with Emmetsburg qualifying their team for state in 2A.

 


Generals State Boys 1A Golf Champs Ty Hanna State Medalist

golf picThe Generals of Sibley Ocheyedan held their first day team lead to win the State 1A boys golf title Saturday.

The Generals opened with a 344 Friday and trimmed that to a 329 Saturday for a two day total of 673. New London was next at 706 shooting a 347 followed by a 359. West Lyon held on to their third place finish from the first day of competition. The Wildcat fired rounds of 359 and 364 for a two day total of 723.

Ty Hanna of the Generals won state medalist honors with a 158 shooting rounds of 83 and 85. Grant Juber finished in a four way tie for third with rounds of 82-86 for a 168. Tristan Roetzel finished 8th with rounds of 87-86 for a two day total of 173. Joe Storbakken shot 88-93 for a 181 with Evan Mehls and Ethan Mino both at 184. Mehls carded a 92 for each day of the meet with Mino following a 98 on opening day with an 86 on the final day of state.

West Lyon was led by Brandon Snyder’s 7th place finish at 172 (84-88). Collin Snyder was next at 181 (91-90) followed by Dylan Whalen at 186 (95-91) and Cole Grotewold at 187 (89-98). Kyle Viereck shot a 194 (99-95) with Scott Erickson in at 199 (98-101)

 

In Class 2A Zach Elgersma of Western Christian followed a first day 80 with an 82 for a two day total of 162. Tyler Ohl of Okoboji followed an 86 with an 83 Saturday for a 169 total. The 2A medalist had rounds of 79 and 71 for a 150 total.

 

In Class 3A Ryan Christy of MOC Floyd Valley followed an opening round 80 with a 78 to finish in 5th place with a total of 158. the 3A medalist put together rounds of 80 and 75 for a 155 two day total.