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The Sleepy Eye Herald Dispatch - Sleepy Eye, MN
  • All conference golf selections, SEPS wins conf. championship

  • The third and final Tomahawk Conference golf meet was held on May 13. The boys played at the Sanborn Golf Course while the girls played in Springfield.
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  • Girls team results: Sleepy Eye Public 411, Springfield 417, New Ulm Cathedral 419, BLHS 419, Wabasso 423, St. Mary’s 451, MVL 461, GFW Inc., CMC Inc.
    Boys team results: BLHS 358, Springfield 360, St. Mary’s 381, Sleepy Eye Public 397, CMC 401, Wabasso 419, MVL 435, GFW 455, New Ulm Cathedral 543
     
    The third and final Tomahawk Conference golf meet was held on May 13. The boys played at the Sanborn Golf Course while the girls played in Springfield.
     
    The Sleepy Eye Public girls won all three legs of the conference series for the second straight season, giving them their second consecutive conference championship as well. Leading the way for the Indians were the trio of Emily Curtis, Karrah Remus and Lauren Laffen, who all three received All-Conference selections. Remus and Laffen both shot a 97 at the meet, while Curtis shot a 104.
     
    Not only did the girls team prevail, but coach Kaleb Walter of the Sleepy Eye Public girls team was named Coach of the Year in the Tomahawk Conference.
     
    For the boys, senior Tyler Netzke received an All-Conference selection, while sophomore Wyatt Kosmatka received All-Conference honorable mention. The boys took fourth place overall, with Netzke leading the Indians with the second lowest score of the day for the boys with 84.
     
    Senior Kansas Adams shot an 88 to lead the St. Mary’s boys team to third place in the meet. Adams was named an All-Conference selection along with freshman Ryan Heinrichs. Junior John Brandl made All-Conference honorable mention. Also, junior Bryant Mages received an Academic All-Conference selection.
     
    The girls team took sixth place overall in the meet. Senior Mackenzie Schutz led the Knights with a score of 96 in the meet, which was third lowest overall. Schutz was named an All-Conference selection for the girls. Sophomore Sarah Surprenant was named an Academic All-Conference selection.
     
    Stats
    Sleepy Eye Public
    Girls: Karrah Remus 97, Lauren Laffen 97, Emily Curtis 104, Kaylee Hillmer 113, Tia Cselovszki 117, Sarah Rossbach 141
    Boys: Tyler Netzke 84, Wyatt Kosmatka 102, Alex Hillesheim 105, Caleb Christensen 106, Ben Laffen 111, Matt Miller 122
     
    St. Mary’s
    Boys: Kansas Adams 88, Ryan Heinrichs 96, Bryant Mages 97, John Brandl 100, Kyle Strate 117
    Girls: Mackenzie Schutz 96, Sarah Surprenant 113, Anna Miller 116, Alyssa Rubey 126
     

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