Sports Schedule For Thursday 4/26/12

Boys Golf

Siouxland Conference meet hosted by Rock Valley

Storm Lake and Spencer at Western

Harris Lake Park and E-LC at Spirit Lake

Girls Golf

Siouxland Conference meet hosted by Sibley Ocheyedan

Coed Golf

Remsen St Mary’s at West Sioux

HMS at Akron Westfield

South O’Brien at Spalding

Boys Soccer

West Sioux at Unity

MOC Floyd Valley at Western

Girls Soccer

Unity at West Sioux

Western at MOC Floyd Valley




MOC-FV Takes Boys Siouxland Conference Meet

Orange City — MOC-Floyd Valley was the host team and the top team in the Siouxland Conference meet held at Landsmeer Golf Club in Orange City Tuesday.

Here is how the rest of the teams fared:

MOC-Floyd Valley               153

Okoboji                                     156

Sibley Ocheyedan                157

Rock Valley                            167

West Lyon                               174

Sheldon                                    179

Central Lyon                          180

Sioux Center                           181

Boyden Hull                            193

GLR  No team score


Sheldon led by Garrett Lang and Brennan Vote with 43’s

Trevor Fiddelke                        45

Peter Fonkert                             48

Tom Brown                                  48

Chris Jansen                                51

Orab Girls Tops At Siouxland Conference Golf Meet

Rock Rapids — The Sheldon Orabs took top honors for the second day in a row at the Siouxland Conference Girls Golf meet, held at Rock River Golf Course in Rock Rapids Tuesday.  Here are the results:

Team Results:

1 – Sheldon – 183

2 – MOC-FV – 191

3 – Okoboji – 197

4 – Sioux Center – 200

5 – Central Lyon – 201

6 – Boyden-Hull – 208

7 – Rock Valley – 212

8 – Sibley-Ocheyedan – 221

9 – West Lyon – 223

George-Little Rock did not have a complete team.



1 – Alex Mankle – Okoboji – 38

2 – Kalyn Root – MOC-FV – 43

3 – Erin Abele – 43

4 – Carrie Wahlstrom – 43

5 – Karmen Vogt – Central Lyon – 43

6 – Jurnea Harberts – 44


Sheldon Cards:

1 – Erin Abele – 43

2 – Carrie Wahlstrom – 43

3 – Lindsey Nilles – 48

4 – Brittany Van Gorp – 49

5 – Rachel Abele – 52

6 – Katherine Bomgaars – 61

Dordt Drops Doubleheader To Dakota State

Madison, South Dakota — Dakota State beat Dordt College 16-5 in game one of a non-conference baseball doubleheader in Madison, South Dakota on Tuesday night.

The Trojans banged out 14 hits on the way to multiple runs in each of their first five turns on offense while Dordt got two runs in the second inning. Dordt was outhit 21-10.

Dordt College lost a 15-6 decision in game two of the doubleheader with Dakota.  The Trojans scored two in the first and five in the second before Dordt got on the board.

Dordt was outhit 14-6 with Aaron Parks getting two of the hits. Dekkers had the only other extra base hit for the Defenders other than Parks’ double.

Mark Nyhoff took the loss in the start for Dordt and Ryan De Wit and John Drenten each appeared in relief.

With the pair of losses, Dordt falls to  13-27 overall, and 4-12 in GPAC Conference Play.  Dakota State runs their season record to 25-24 with the pair of wins.

Northwestern Sweeps Briar Cliff in GPAC Softball

Keely Bracelin threw a complete game in leading the Northwestern Red Raider Softball team to a 2-0 win over Briar Cliff Wednesday in Orange City.  Jill Kleinhesselink, Kami Kuhlmann, Shelby Johnson and Lindsey Remien each got a hit for the Raiders in the contest.

The Raiders swept the double-header over Briar Cliff, by taking the nightcap 3-2.  Katie VandeVoort picked up the win for Northwestern, taggin Briar Cliff’s Bailey Hendrix with the loss.

Northwestern now stands at 30-11 overall, and 14-2 in the GPAC, while Briar Cliff falls to 10-18 for the season and 3-13 in the conference.

The Red Raiders have an off-day today before hosting Nebraska Wesleyan on Thursday.

Dordt and Dakota Wesleyan Split Softball Doubleheader

Dordt College softball moved to three games above .500 in the GPAC season with a 4-0 win in game one of its doubleheader on the road against Dakota Wesleyan in Mitchell, South Dakota.

Dordt outhit the Tigers 6-5 with Kacy Obeforell getting the win on the mound while striking out three and walking three. Wesleyan stranded two runners in the first, fourth and sixth innings.

Bethany Dykstra and Megan Huizenga accounted for four of Dordt’s six hits with Huizenga’s homerun accounting for the lone extra base hit of the game.

Dakota Wesleyan forged a split with Dordt College in game two of their doubleheader in Mitchell, South Dakota, taking a 3-1 winner over the visitors.

Sidney Larsen took the loss while going the complete game, allowing one earned run and had two strikeouts and two walks.

Ashton Beaird and Paige Fynaardt each had two hits with Fynaardt and Haley Huisman each batting doubles.

Dordt is now 10-8 in the league and 20-20 overall. Wesleyan is 17-24 overall and 10-6 in the conference. Dordt is scheduled to face Nebraska Wesleyan on Saturday, April 28 in the regular season finale for the Defenders.