FAIRFAX - Sleepy Eye St. Mary's Mikail Sellner edged a pair of Springfield players to take medalist honors on the boys' side of Monday's Tomahawk Conference golf meet at Mayflower Country Club, but the Tigers ended up taking the team title.
In the girls' competition, Buffalo Lake-Hector Stewart's Carly Schmalz was the medalist and Sleepy Eye took the team title.
Sellner fired a round of 87, with Springfield's Christopher Kretsch recording an 88 and fellow Tiger Adam Nickel finishing third with 89. Indians Tyler Hadley and Tyler Netzke tied for fourth with rounds of 90, Wabasso's Marcus Bruflat was sixth with a 91 and BLHS had the seventh and eighth-place finishers in Jon Burgstahler (92) and Alex Almich (93), respectively.
Springfield's Kale Meendering tied for eighth with 93 and New Ulm Cathedral's Aaron DuChene was 10th with a 94. Minnesota Valley Lutheran's top finisher was Jacob Grunewald in 22nd place (107).
Springfield (370) was followed in the team standings by BLHS (385), St. Mary's (406), Sleepy Eye (419) and Cathedral (427).
Sleepy Eye's winning total on the girls' side was 410, which was followed by BLHS (429), Wabasso (440), Cathedral (448 ) and Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop (476).
Schmalz (90) finished a full eight shots clear of second-place finisher Callie Wersal of Springfield (98). The Indians' Carissa Hillmer and Lauren Laffen tied for third with 100, Wabasso's Briana Jenniges was fifth with 102 and St. Mary's Kenzie Schutz was sixth with 103.
Rounding out the top ten were Cathedral's Courtney Berg (104), Sleepy Eye's Karrah Remus (104) and Emily Curtis (106) and BLHS' Mikayla Paulson (110). MVL's top finisher was Mariah Schoof, who was tied for 11th at 111 with GFW's Melanie Jandl, Springfield's Shelby Schultz and Wabasso's Taylor Doubler.