Prep roundup: Tigers blank GFW in 5, defeat Cathedral 1-0 in second game

Prep baseball

Springfield 13, GFW 0, 5 innings

LEAVENWORTH — Springfield blanked Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop in a Tomahawk Conference baseball game on Tuesday.

Henry Scheitel pitched five innings to earn the win for the Tigers. He gave up five hits and struck out five.

Isaac Fink was 2 for 4 and Mason Rummel was 2 for 3. Ivan Hovland was 2 for 3 for the Tigers.

Springfield 1, Cathedral 0

LEAVENWORTH — Springfield scored in the bottom of the sixth inning as it defeated New Ulm Cathedral in a Tomahawk Conference showdown Tuesday.

Elijah Kirchstein pitched an inning to earn the win for the Tigers.

Mitchell Leonard had an RBI and Mitchell Buerkle scored the winning run.

The Tigers had three hits in the game and Cathedral finished with two hits.

Mark Schommer pitched an inning and took the loss for Cathedral.

BEA 5, New Ulm 4

BLUE EARTH — Blue Earth Area defeated New Ulm in a Big South Conference baseball game on Tuesday.

Teagan Kamm had two RBIs for the Eagles and Nolan Drill was 2 for 3. Hunter Sehr took the loss. He went 5 1/3 innings, gave up two hits and one earned run. New Ulm is at Marshall on Thursday.

Sleepy Eye 12, Wabasso 0

SLEEPY EYE — Sleepy Eye defeated Wabasso 12-0 on Tuesday in a Tomahawk Conference baseball game.

Sleepy Eye’s Jacob Berg was the winning pitcher. Berg pitched five innings with five strikeouts and allowed two hits.

Landon Strong went 2 for 3 with a double, three runs and two RBIs and Berg went 2 for 3 with a double, two runs and four RBIs.

The losing pitcher was Wabasso’s Carter Benz, who pitched one inning and gave up five hits and nine runs.

Wabasso’s Ty Altermatt and Will Carlson both went 1 for 2.

Sleepy Eye (3-0, 1-0) plays at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday against Minnesota Valley Lutheran. Wabasso hosts a doubleheader at 4 p.m. on Friday.

Madelia 7, JWP 4

JANESVILLE — Madelia picked up its second win of the season as the Blackhawks defeated Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton on Tuesday.

Logan Anderson struck out 12 in 6 1/3 innings to get the win. He allowed three hits and four runs. Nick Chloros was 2 for 2 with a three-run double.

Madelia plays MVL on Friday.

Prep softball

New Ulm 10, BEA 3

BLUE EARTH — New Ulm’s Ashlyn Donner struck out eight and allowed just two hits as the Eagles defeated Blue Earth Area in a Big South Conference softball game on Tuesday.

Carli Botten was 2 for 3 with three runs scored, a double and two stolen bases and Donner was 2 for 2 with three RBIs and a double. Noelle Forstner was 1 for 2 with three runs scored and three stolen bases and Madeline Gag had a double, two RBIs and two runs scored.

New Ulm (1-0) hosts Marshall at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday.

St. Mary’s 10, Cathedral 6

SLEEPY EYE — Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s defeated New Ulm Cathedral 10-6 on Tuesday in a Tomahawk Conference softball game.

Leah Weiss earned the win. She went the distance, struck out three and gave up eight hits and six runs.

St. Mary’s was led in hitting by Cassie Heinrichs, who went 3 for 4 with a home run, a double and four RBIs. Emily Stevens went 2 for 3 with two RBIs and Alexa Owens went 2 for 4 with one run, one double and four RBIs.

Josie Pautzke took the loss. She struck out 10 and gave up 10 hits.

Cathedral’s Sarah Mohr went 2 for 4 with two doubles and an RBI, Heidi Hoffmann had a double and scored a run and Shay Ubl had a double, one RBI and one run.

St. Mary’s (2-1, 2-0) plays a doubleheader at 4:30 p.m. on Monday at Sleepy Eye.


HECTOR — Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart defeated Minnesota Valley Lutheran in a Tomahawk Conference softball game on Tuesday.

Morgan Paulsen was 3 for 3 to lead the Chargers at the plate and Stephanie Delueg took the loss, giving up two earned runs in 6 2/3 innings. She allowed eight hits and struck out 10.

Jadah Borth struck out 12 to earn the win for the Mustangs. Alexandra Maiers was 2 for 4 with two RBIs for the BLHS.

MVL (3-1, 1-1) is scheduled to play at Sleepy Eye on Thursday.

Sleepy Eye 6, Wabasso 5

WABASSO — Sleepy Eye defeated Wabasso in a Tomahawk Conference softball game on Tuesday.

For Wabasso, Megan Rothmeier was 2 for 4 with a pair of doubles. Allison Fenger had a triple and a double. Cora Eichten had a pair of hits. Sarah Franta took the loss giving up one earned run.

For the Indians, Jackie Nessett went 2 for 4 with 3 RBIs. Martina Neinhaus and Morgan Klein both went 2 for 4 and an RBI each.

Wabasso hosts an invitational on Saturday.

The Indians (3-1, 2-0) host MVL on Thursday.

Nicollet 15, Madelia 0

NICOLLET — Nicollet trounced Madelia 15-0 in four innings of Valley Conference softball action on Tuesday, being led by Marah Hulke’s hot bat.

Hulke led the Raiders with three hits, one a triple and one a double, three RBIs, two stolen bases and two runs scored. Also for Nicollet, Alysha Strunk added a hit and three RBIs, while Marisa Arndt, Emily Bode, Brook Gohr and Hayley Selby added two hits apiece, with Selby adding a pair of RBIs.

Selby got the win in three innings, allowing two hits and one walk with one strikeout, while Hulke pitched an inning of relief with two strikeouts.

Prep golf

GFW girls 239, MVL 252,

Wabasso Inc.

GFW boys 214, Wabasso 248,

MVL 279

FAIRFAX — The Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop boys’ and girls’ golf teams won a Tomahawk Conference triangular on Tuesday against Minnesota Valley Lutheran and Wabasso.

On the girls’ side, GFW’s Annie Pomplun was the medalist with a 51 along with MVL’s Nadine Clobes. Jocelyn Jenniges shot a 78 for Wabasso.

For the boys’ GFW’s Branstyn Peterson shot a 50, Wabasso’s Jayden Goblish shot a 55 and MVL’s Max Johnson shot a 55.

Cathedral boys 188,

CM 189

Cathedral girls 209,

CM inc.

NEW ULM — The New Ulm Cathedral boys held off Cedar Mountain in a Tomahawk Conference golf meet on Tuesday.

Logan Haala led Cathedral with a 40 and Ethan Kirchberg shot a 45. For Cedar Mountain, Ethan Bock (44) and Aidon Nelson (47) led the way.

Kayla Goblirsch led the Cathedral girls with a 44 and Cedar Mountain’s Shaylee Schiller shot a 49.

SEU boys 161, Springfield 174, BLHS 212, RRC 213

RRC girls 275, Springfield inc., SEU inc.

SLEEPY EYE — The Sleepy Eye United boys’ golf team was led by Toby Weiss’s 39 as the Indians won a quadrangular on Tuesday.

Carson Erickson (40), Thor Weiss (41) and Andrew Neid (41) also competed for the Indians. Springfield was led by Mavrick Winkelmann (41) and Christopher Thram shot a 43.

For the girls, McKenzie Lothert shot a 42 to lead the Tigers and Liz Schwint shot a 63 for the Indians.

Madelia competes in quadrangular

FAIRMONT — The Madelia boys’ and girls’ golf teams competed in a quadrangular on Tuesday.

For the boys, Carson Wihlm led the way with a 40 and for the girls, Jude Frelich and Alayna Champlin each shot a 55.

Prep Tennis

Hutchinson 5, New Ulm 2

NEW ULM — Hutchinson defeated New Ulm in prep boys’ tennis action on Tuesday.

Max Gieseke earned a 6-2, 6-4 victory at No. 3 singles for the Eagles and Ethan O’Connor and Dan Rosehammer won at No. 2 doubles, 6-2, 7-5.


No. 1 – Blake Schmidt (H) def. Colton Collum 4-6, 6-4; No. 2 – Brady Knorr (H) def. Isaac Blumhoefer 3-6, 6-2, 6-4; No. 3 – Max Gieseke (NU) def. KK Starrett, 3-6, 6-3, 6-3; No. 4 – Dylan Wolf (H) def. Cody Gilman 6-2, 6-4.


No. 1 – Jack Jaegeer – Alex Hall (H) def. Jack Brownfield – Aaron Eikanger, 6-2, 6-1; No. 2 – Ethan O’Connor – Dan Rosenhamer (NU) def. Ciavan Mcgraw – Griffin Telecky 6-2, 7-5; No. 3 – Gus Peller – Luke Wollan (H) def. Josh Rakoczy, Joey Gag 6-4, 6-2.

Track and field

River Valley meet

MANKATO — The River Valley girls’ track and field team finished fourth while the boys’ team took seventh at the Maple River Indoor Conference Meet on Monday night.

Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton took first for the girls, while Hutchinson took first for the boys out of seven teams each.

For the River Valley girls, Sydney Hauger took first in the 400-meter dash (1:06.03), while the 4×800 relay team that consisted of Abby Hagen, Hailey Meinert, Brooke Hoffbeck and Lilly McCone took first (11:01). The 4×400 relay team that consisted of Hauger, McCone, Sophie Gustafson and Abby Hagen took second (4:35.78).

For the boys, James Hagen took first in the wheelchair 55 (26.72), 200 (1:30) and shot put (6-11.5).