Sheldon Coed Track Meet Held Monday

Sheldon, Iowa — With much better weather conditions, the Sheldon Invitational coed track meet was held Monday, a make-up from last week.

Le Mars was the top girls team earning 184 points followed by host-team Sheldon with 169. Central Lyon was third with 99, George-Little Rock fourth with 64 and River Valley 54.

The Western Christian boys took top honors with 150 points. Sheldon was second with 113 followed by Le Mars at 89.5, George-Little Rock fourth with 72 points. Central Lyon earned the fifth spot with 49 points. River Valley at 41 and Akron Westfield at 37 rounded out the scoring.

Below are the individual results for both the girls and boys in PDF form:

Individual Girls Results

Individual Boys Results


Northwestern Sweeps Waldorf In Non-Conference Softball

Forest City, Iowa — The Northwestern Red Raider Softball team earned a double-header non-conference sweep over Waldorf college at Forest City, Iowa Monday. In game one Keeley Bracelin pitched seven strong innings allowing one run on three hits as the Red Raiders downed Waldorf 2-1. In game two, the bats woke up and the pitching stayed hot as Northwestern worked to an 8-1 final and a sweep of the Warriors.

Northwestern improves to 28-11 overall and is home tonight to host Briar Cliff.


Orab Girls Top Siouxland Golf Meet

Okoboji, Iowa — The Sheldon Orab Girls golf team shot the low round and took top medalist honors at the Siouxland Conference golf meet held at Woodlyn Hills Golf Course in Okoboji Monday.

 

Team Results:

1 – Sheldon – 195

2 – Sioux Center – 199

3 – MOC-FV – 201

4 – Okoboji – 210

5 – Boyden-Hull – 216

6 – Central Lyon – 216

7 – Rock Valley – 221

8 – Sibley-Ocheyedan – 223

9 – West Lyon – 236

George – Little Rock did not have a complete team.

 

Medalists:

1 – Carrie Wahlstrom – Sheldon – 43

2 – Alex Mankle – Okoboji – 44

3 – Kalyn Root – MOC-FV – 46

4 – Carol Kooiker – Sioux Center – 46

5 – Kiley Wermersen – Okoboji – 47

6 – Callie VanHolland – Boyden-Hull – 48

 

Sheldon Cards:

1 – Carrie Wahlstrom – 43

2 – Lindsey Nilles – 49

3 – Erin Abele – 49

4 – Brittany Van Gorp – 54

5 – Rachel Abele – 55

6 – Jenna Kruger – 57

 


Sports Schedule For Tuesday 4/24/12

Boys Golf

Siouxland Conference meet hosted by MOC Floyd Valley

Western and E-LC at Emmetsburg

Girls Golf

Siouxland Conference meet hosted by Central Lyon

Western and Emmetsburg at E-LC

Coed Golf

Alcester Hudson at West Sioux

HMS and Hinton at MMC

Coed Track

Sheldon, Storm Lake, Western and Unity, LeMars and Spencer at Cherokee invite

Boyden Hull Rock Valley, Central Lyon, G-LR, West Sioux and Akron Westfield at West Lyon invite

Boys Soccer

Storm Lake at Unity

Girls Soccer

Unity at Storm Lake


Sports Schedule For Monday 4/23/12

Boys Track 

Cherokee, LeMars, Okoboji, Sibley Ocheyedan, Unity, Western and Kingsley Pierson at the Sheldon Invite

Armstrong Ringsted, HMS, Sibley Ocheyedan, Sioux Center, Sioux Central, South O’Brien, and Spirit Lake at Okoboji

Girls Track

Armstrong Ringsted, Emmetsburg, HMS, Sibley Ocheyedan, Sioux Center, Sioux Central, South O’Brien and Spirit Lake at Okoboji

Boys Golf

Siouxland Conference meet hosted by Central Lyon

Girls Golf

Siouxland Conference meet hosted by Okoboji

Spirit Lake at Western

Coed Golf

Remsen Union at Hinton

Unity at Gehlen

MMC at Remsen St Mary’s

Boys Soccer

MOC Floyd Valley at Spirit Lake Okoboji

Unity at Spencer

Western at Storm Lake

Girls Soccer

Spirit Lake at MOC Floyd Valley


Taylor Francis To Play Basketball At Northwestern

Taylor Francis of Hull has signed a letter of intent to continue his basketball career at Northwestern College next year.

Francis is a 6’2” shooting guard who lettered two years for Boyden-Hull High School. Francis averaged 13 points, three rebounds and 3.5 assists per game and helped lead the Comets to the class 1A state championship with a 26-2 overall record. Francis shot 37% from beyond the arc, making a team-best 54 three-pointers, and was an all-substate and all-conference selection. He also shot better than 80% from the free throw line.

Francis plans to major in history and is the son of Bill and Sondra.

“Taylor is a quality young man,” commented head coach Kris Korver. “He is a winner and has a real understanding of how to play the game. Taylor works hard, competes hard and we are excited that he will be joining us at Northwestern College.”