Area roundup: Cathedral baseball breezes past Sleepy Eye
Cathedral 13, Sleepy Eye 3, 5 innings
SLEEPY EYE — New Ulm Cathedral downed Sleepy Eye 13-3 on Monday in five innings of Tomahawk Conference baseball action.
Cathedral’s Noah Wilmes got the win in five innings, allowing six hits and two walks for three earned runs while fanning two. Isaiah Rieser went 2 for 3 with a double, three RBIs and three runs scored to lead the Greyhounds at the plate.
For the Indians, Kadon Strong took the loss in 1/3 of an inning pitched, allowing three hits, three walks and three runs. He also added a double and a pair of RBIs.
Sleepy Eye (3-6, 2-6) is at Springfield on Thursday, while Cathedral (7-2, 5-2) is at Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart on Tuesday.
Springfield 9, St. Mary’s 1
SPRINGFIELD — Springfield breezed by Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s 9-1 on Monday in Tomahawk Conference baseball action.
The Tigers were led by Mason Leonard’s two-hit game. He also had an RBI and got the win in five innings, allowing one hit and striking out six. Jason Berberich also had a triple for the Tigers.
The Knights were led by Kyle Goblirsch’s two hits, one a double. He also took the loss in one inning of work, giving up four earned runs on two walks while fanning one.
Wabasso 11, MVL 1, 6 innings
WABASSO — Wabasso coasted to an 11-1 win over Minnesota Valley Lutheran on Monday in Tomahawk Conference softball action.
The Rabbits were led by Sarah Franta, who had three hits with a triple and an RBI. Kelsey Fischer and Madeline Hanna also each had two hits. Franta also got the six-inning win with 10 strikeouts.
MVL’s Becca Kuck took the loss in six innings, allowing three earned runs on eight hits and seven walks while striking out seven. Haley Ditch was 2 for 3 with a run scored for MVL, while Grace Bauer added a hit and an RBI.
MVL is at BLHS for a doubleheader on Thursday, while Wabasso hosts Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s on Thursday for a doubleheader.
Mankato East 4, New Ulm 1
MANKATO — Mankato East defeated New Ulm 4-1 on Monday in nonconference softball action.
New Ulm’s Miranda Suess took the loss in the circle, giving up two walks, nine hits and four runs while fanning four. Calyn Glaser had a double and an RBI for the Eagles, while Emma Brudelie was 2 for 3 with a run scored.
The Eagles (6-3) host St. Peter on Tuesday.
Springfield 12, St. Mary’s 8
SLEEPY EYE — Springfield topped Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s 12-8 on Monday in Tomahawk Conference softball action.
The Tigers were led by Maddy Digmann, who was 3 for 5 with four RBIs. Megan Ploeger and Brooklyn Sturm also each homered for the Tigers, with Ploeger adding a single also.
Jalivia Richert got the win in seven innings, allowing four earned runs while striking out 10.
For the Knights, Emily Weiss and Kya Krzmarzick each led the way at the plate with two hits apiece, with Krzmarzick adding a double and a homer and three RBIs.
Megan Ahlness took the loss for the Knights, allowing eight unearned runs on eight hits and five walks while striking out four.
Wabasso hosts Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s on Thursday for a doubleheader, while Springfield is at Sleepy Eye Public for a doubleheader Thursday.
Springfield, Cathedral boys tie in Tomahawk Meet
SANBORN — The Springfield and New Ulm Cathedral boys’ golf teams tied with a 194 on Monday in Sanborn in a Tomahawk Conference golf meet.
Cedar Mountain finished third with a 215, while Minnesota Valley Lutheran took fourth with a 225. Mavrick Winklemann of Springfield was the medalist (41).
Cathedral was led by Owen Strei (43) and Logan Haala (44).
There were also two complete girls’ teams at the meet, with MVL taking first (222) and Cedar Mountain taking second (256).
MVL was led by Nadine Clobes’ 42, while Keanna Hultquist led CM with a 56. New Ulm Cathedral’s Kayla Goblirsch shot a 45.
SEU boys defeat Wabasso
SLEEPY EYE — The Sleepy Eye United boys’ golf team defeated Wabasso 173-231 on Monday in Tomahawk Conference golf action.
Carson Erickson was the medalist for SEU with a 42, while Toby Weiss and Jacob Schultz each shot a 43. Jayden Goblish and Jayden Carlson each shot a 53 for Wabasso.
The girls’ results were incomplete, but SEU’s Liz Scwhint shot a 56 and was the medalist, whil Sam Price shot a 62. Jocelyn Jenniges shot a 66 to lead the Wabasso girls.
Lakeville North 5, New Ulm 4
LAKEVILLE — Lakeville North defeated New Ulm in nonconference softball action on Saturday.
Miranda Suess took the loss. She struck out three and allowed nine hits. Laura Bertrang had a double and three RBIs, Anna Lee had a run scored and an RBI and Suess also scored a run for the Eagles.
MACCRAY 20, Madelia 7
RCW 6, Madelia 0
MADELIA — Madelia lost two games on Saturday in prep baseball action.
Against MACCRAY, Ethan Arndt had a two-run home run.