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Trojan girls get another golf win; baseball team now 2-1

The Worthington Trojans girls golf team made it 2-for-2 in meets this season as they defeated Luverne in a home event Tuesday by a score of 214-235.


Senior Madison Beckmann was the medalist for the day as she carded a nine-hole score of 50. Trojan teammates Claire Mahlberg and Claire Meyer tied for second overall at 53, and Abryona Erwin was sixth overall at 58. Also competing for WHS were Regan Schaefer at 59 and Peyton Nickel at 60.


In boys golf in Worthington, Luverne edged the Trojans 161-164. WHS coach Paul Barduson said he was happy with the result, noting that Luverne is a great team and one it wants to stay with come section time. There’s lots to work on, Barduson said, but the team is starting in a better spot than where it did last year. 


Luverne’s Henry Hartquist took medalist honors with a 35. For WHS, Andrew Mulder was second overall at 38, Logan Powers fourth at 41, Spenser Nickel fifth at 42 and Wesley Widboom sixth at 43. Ryan Dorcey and Gerret Larson each had 55s for the Trojans.




The Worthington Trojans baseball team improved to 2-1 on the spring with a 2-1 home victory over Windom on Tuesday.


Manny Saravia scored both Trojans runs, crossing the plate the first time on the back end of a double steal and later scoring on a line-drive single by Max Ostrem. Tucker Brandner threw five scoreless innings for the pitching win, allowing just two hits while walking two, hitting a batter and striking out five. Ostrem went the final 1 2/3 innings to get a save.


WHS hosts Redwood Valley at 5:30 p.m. Friday.




The Minnesota West softball team was swept in a home doubleheader Tuesday afternoon. In a pair of five-inning games, Rochester topped the Lady Jays by scores of 10-1 and 14-5. Minnesota West hosts a twinbill against St. Cloud Tech starting at noon Saturday.


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