Mustangs claim all the medals
East Marshall made off with all the hardware as the Mustang boys golf team topped BCLUW 167-218 on Thursday at Wandering Creek Golf Course.
Zach Johnson shot a medalist round of 3-over-par 39, while Tate Carlson was the runner-up with a 41. Dru Boliver shot a 43 and Nate Rosfjord carded a 44 to round out the Mustangs’ scoring.
Josh Sharp shot a 44 to lead BCLUW. Tanner Teske (54), Brad Barkema (59) and Keegan Rhinehart (61) also scored for the Comets.
BCLUW girls sweep past East Marshall
BCLUW swept all the medals in Thursday’s NICL West Division golf victory over East Marshall at Wandering Creek Golf Course.
The Comets posted a 202-223 team win, led by medalist Abby McLean’s 45 and runner-up Maddy Reyes’ 49. Laura Crawford and Lauren Anderson both shot 54s to round out the BCLUW scoring effort.
Tylyn Eicher led East Marshall with a 53, followed by Sarah Pippen (55), Marissa Frese (57) and McKenzie Fahrni (58).
Wolverines whip Dunkerton golfers
CONRAD – The GMG boys golf team clubbed Dunkerton in Thursday’s Iowa Star Conference clash, winning 181-235 at Oakwood Golf Course.
GMG’s Brandon Weitzell was the medalist with a 42, while runner-up Kenan Hall shot the same score. Ryan Spurlin carded a 48 and Bridger Claassen shot 49 to score for the Wolverines.
Brandon Norem led Dunkerton with a 47, but the Raiders, with only four golfers, could not compete.
Trojan girls take second place at CMB
BAXTER – The West Marshall girls track and field team set two new meet records en route to a runner-up finish at Thursday’s CMB Raider Relays.
The Trojans crowned seven event champions, led by record-breaking performances by Emma Meyer in the 200-meter dash and the 4×200 relay team. Meyer edged teammates Allison Hilleman for first place in the 200 in a time of 26.57 seconds, and Hilleman finished in 26.59.
The same duo opened and anchored the 4×200, teamming with Shelby Larsen and Madie Streeter for a meet-record time of 1:51.57.
Meyer also won the long jump (14 feet, 10 3/4 inches) and was on the winning 4×400 relay, joining with Shannon Breja, Georgia Porter and Streeter for a time of 4:22. Ashlee Johnson won the 1,500 in 5:35, while the Trojans took both medley relays too. Hilleman, Sadie Simatovich, Larsen and Stretter took the sprint medley (2:00.47) while Larsen, Simatovich, Streeter and Breja won the distance medley (4:30.73).
CMB’s 150 points held off West Marshall (145) for the team championship, while Colo-NESCO (66) was fifth in the six-team meet.