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Sports Roundup: May 2, 2022

The Worthington High School boys golf team finished second Monday in a Big South Division Event at Windom Country Club.

Marshall finished in first place with 158 strokes, and Worthington came in at 168. Pipestone Area was at 169 and Luverne at 171.

For the Trojans, Logan Powers tied for medalist honors with a round of 37. Tyler Jaycox’s 39 was good enough for a tie for third place. Spenser Nickel, Andrew Mulder and Drew Dorcey each carded a 46.


In girls golf, WHS competed in a Big South Division Event at Marshall County Club and placed second behind Redwood Valley. The Cardinals had 176, while Worthington had 200, Marshall 202 and Luverne 221.

Lilly Mahlberg led the Trojans Monday afternoon and finished tied for third overall with a 48. Madison Beckmann was right behind with a 49, followed by Kendall Nixon at 50 and Ellie Weg at 53.


The Southwest Minnesota Fishing Club has announced that it will not be hosting any tournaments this summer as a result of decreased board membership.

The club posted on its Facebook page that it will leave memberships optional for people who would like to help keep the club going. It still hopes to fulfill its pledge to the new fish-cleaning shack. Payments can be sent to the club at P.O. Box 4, Worthington.

There are plans to still have The Otter Memorial fishing event, but details need to be determined. People with interest or concerns can reach out the club’s Facebook page via private message.

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