Roufs, Eagles blank Hubmen 3-0
New Ulm 3, Jordan 0
JORDAN — New Ulm beat Jordan 3-0 in a nonconference baseball game on Friday.
Tyler Roufs got the complete-game win for the Eagles (14-5), having tallied 13 strikeouts and allowed just two hits and two walks.
J.T. Hoffmann led the Eagles at the plate with a 2-for-3 performance with two RBIs. Brandon Mehlhop was 2 for 3 with one run scored.
New Ulm concludes the regular season Monday at Owatonna.
RRC/WWG 9, Wabasso 2
MILROY — Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove beat Wabasso 9-2 in a nonconference baseball game on Friday at Milroy.
Taylor Bunting got the complete-game win for the Falcons (16-3), having tallied nine strikeouts against one walk. Bunting and Trevor Pederson both had doubles for the Falcons, while Corey Maras had two hits and three RBIs.
Nick Altermatt got the loss for the Rabbits (13-6), having given up five earned runs on eight hits with eight strikeouts in 5 1/3 innings pitched. Kyle Jacobson pitched 1 2/3 innings and gave up four earned runs on two hits.
Altermatt had a triple and two runs scored in going 1 for 3.
Wabasso hosts Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the regular-season finale.
St. Mary’s 5, Mounds Park Academy 4
SLEEPY EYE — Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s beat Mounds Park Academy 5-4 in a nonconference baseball game Friday.
Nick Strate got the complete-game win with eight strikeouts compared to one walk for the Knights (13-6).
Alex Woitas was 2 for 4 with two RBIs, Nick Labat was 2 for 2 and Nate Schroepfer was 1 for 3 with one RBI.
St. Mary’s hosts Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity at 5 p.m. Monday.
New Ulm 9, Mounds View 1
ARDEN HILLS — New Ulm beat Mounds View 9-1 in a nonconference softball game on Friday.
Mariah Piotter got the win for the Eagles (16-4), having given up one run on three hits in three innings pitched.
Teresa Ahlers was 3 for 4 with two RBIs and two runs scored. Madison Suess was 2 for 3 with one RBI, one runs scored and a double. Joey Batt was 2 for 3 with three RBIs and one run scored.
Wabasso 14, MACCRAY 4
WABASSO — Wabasso defeated MACCRAY 14-4 in a nonconference softball game on Friday.
Emily Benz got the win in the circle for the Rabbits (12-5) and had a home run in going 2 for 4 at the plate. Alison Benz was 4 for 4 with a triple, while Madalyn Heiling and Megan Rothmeier both had two doubles.
LCWM 11, M/T 4
NORTH MANKATO — Madelia/Truman lost 11-4 to Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial at the Valley Conference Showcase in softball on Friday at Caswell Park.
Courtney Davis got the loss for the Jayhawks (4-16), having given up three earned runs on two hits with seven walks and two strikeouts.
Davis was 2 for 4 at the plate with one RBI and one run scored. Brytni Drevlow had a double and one run scored.
CM boys 181, Cathedral 196
CM girls 220, Cathedral inc.
FAIRFAX — Cedar Mountain swept New Ulm Cathedral in a Tomahawk Conference golf dual meet on Friday at Mayflower Country Club.
Cathedral’s Ethan Kirchberg was the boys’ medalist with a 41. Hunter Bode shot a 50 for Cathedral. Connor Nelsen led Cedar Mountain with a 43, while Blake Harmening had a 45 and Ethan Bock had a 46.
Cedar Mountain’s Brooklyn Kerkhoff was the girls’ medalist with a 53, while Erica Bock had a 55. Emma Henle led Cathedral with a 61.
Fairmont boys 183, MVL 194, SJA inc.
Fairmont girls 204, MVL 243, SJA inc.
ST. JAMES — Fairmont swept a golf triangular on Friday in St. James.
Tanner DeWar of Fairmont was the medalist on the boys’ side with a 44. Sam Pfingsten and Luke Gartner both shot 45s for Minnesota Valley Lutheran.
Bergen Senf of Fairmont was the medalist on the girls’ side with a 44. Jordyn Keranen led MVL with a 54, while Maddie Pearson ahd a 60.
TRACK AND FIELD
New Ulm boys, girls both 2nd at Fairmont quad
FAIRMONT — The New Ulm boys’ and girls’ track and field teams placed second at a quadrangular meet on Friday at Fairmont.
Jordan Hillesheim took home first-place finishes in the 100- and 200-meter dashes, while Justin Fuhrman won the 400-meter dash on the boys’ side. Connor Gag placed second in the discus throw and the boys’ 4×200-meter relay team placed second.
Paige Kalis led the girls’ team with first-place finishes in the 100 and long jump, while Olivia Owens placed first in the high jump. The girls’ 4×800-meter relay team also placed first.
Owens placed second in the long jump, while Emma Gauert was second in the pole vault. The girls’ 4×100, 4×200 and 4×400 teams all placed second.