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WHS girls third, boys fifth in Big South golf events

Andrew Mulder placed eighth overall with a round of 83 as the Worthington Trojans’ boys golf team competed Monday in a Big South Conference event in Windom.


Said WHS head coach Paul Barduson: “We battled the winds again at Windom. Andrew is continuing his hot play with a top 10 and points toward all-conference."


As a team, the Trojans ended up placing fifth of six teams with a score of 361. Marshall came out on top at 313, followed by Luverne at 329 and Windom Area at 348. The Tigers’ Jayden Marshall took medalist honors with a round of 75.


For Worthington, Mulder was followed by Wesley Widboom with an 89, Spenser

Nickel at 91 and Gerrit Larson at 98.


In girls golf Monday, Worthington took third in a Big South event in Pipestone. Redwood Valley was first with a team score of 383, followed by Marshall at 404 and the Trojans at 405.


Worthington’s Madison Beckmann had a round of 93 that placed her second behind medalist Mila Jenniges of Redwood Valley, who shot a 77. Other counting scores for the Trojans were Claire Mahlberg at 101, Regan Schaefer at 103 and Abryona Erwin at 108. The rounds for Schafer and Erwin were their personal bests; they were the best of the year for Beckmann and Mahlberg.


The WHS boys and girls golf teams will both play Tuesday in Fairmont in an invitational tournament that was postponed from the weekend.




Waseca defeated visiting Worthington on Monday in boys tennis, 7-0. All of the matches were decided in straight sets except No. 2 singles, at which Evan Hansberger of the Trojans was beaten 6-3 5-7 10-3. WHS competes at Montevideo on Tuesday.




The Minnesota West baseball team dropped its final two games of the season Sunday afternoon, losing at home to Rochester by scores of 4-0 and 7-6 in eight innings.


The Bluejays were limited to just two hits in the opener. Minnesota West connected for eight hits in game two, with Axell Espino being the lone player with two hits. Ridge Imhofer and Brady Pickett each contributed doubles as the Jays concluded the spring with a 14-22 record.

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