|
|
The Sleepy Eye Herald Dispatch - Sleepy Eye, MN
  • SEPS boys golf team named conference champion

  • The Sleepy Eye Public boys are Co-Tomahawk Conference Champions in golf after recording the best scores over the three conference meets.
    • email print
  • Tomahawk
    Conference Meet #3
    Boys Team Results
    1, Cedar Mountain 367; 2, Sleepy Eye Pubic 371; 3, Springfield 371; 4, St. Mary’s 376; 5, BLHS 377; 6, MVL 383; 7, Wabasso 412; 8, New Ulm Cathedral 434; 9, GFW Inc.
     
    Girls Team Results
    1, Springfield 406; 2, New Ulm Cathedral 414; 3, Sleepy Eye Public 430; 4, GFW 458; 5, St. Mary’s 501; 6, Wabasso 511; 7, BLHS 532; 8, MVL 534; 9, Cedar Mountain Inc.
     
    The Sleepy Eye Public boys are Co-Tomahawk Conference Champions in golf after recording the best scores over the three conference meets.
     
    On May 12, every team in the conference competed in the final conference meet of the year, at Winthrop Golf Club. The Sleepy Eye Public boys took second place after falling just four strokes behind Cedar Mountain. Eighth grader Ben Laffen tied for the best score of the day in the boys with 81. Behind him was freshman Caleb Christensen, who shot a 91. Christensen earned All-Conference Honors this season. Senior Alex Hillesheim earned Honorable Mention All-Conference.
     
    For the girls, sophomore Lauren Laffen shot the second best score of the day with 93, while senior Karrah Remus had 97. L. Laffen earned All-Conference Honors this season.
     
    Sophomore Ryan Heinrichs led the St. Mary’s boys after scoring 87. Heinrichs earned All-Conference Honors this year for the Knights. Meanwhile, junior Anna Miller led the girls with a score of 122.
     
    In the three-meet series, B. Laffen totaled the most points at 78, which not only earned him All-Conference Honors, but also gave him the title of Tomahawk Conference MVP. Both the Sleepy Eye and Cedar Mountain boys were named conference champions for their performances. The St. Mary’s boys earned fifth place overall.
     
    On the girls side, New Ulm Catheral was named Conference Champion after totaling 34 points in the series. The Indians placed third, while the Knights placed sixth.
     
    Boys Individual
    Results
    1, Ben Laffen (SEP) 81; 2, Tristan Pietig (CM) 81; 3, Jack Broderius (BLHS) 87; 4, Ryan Heinrichs (SM) 87; 5, Noah Bertram (SPF) 88; 6, Jake Grunewald (MVL) 89; 7, Caleb Christensen (SEP) 91; 8, Brady Kerkhoff (CM) 91; 9, Jacob Stuk (MVL) 92; 10, Kale Meendering (SPF) 92.
     
    Local Individuals
    15, Bryant Mages (SM) 94; 18, Wyatt Kosmatka (SEP) 97; 19, Lucas Heiderscheidt (SM) 97; 24, Andrew Neid (SM) 98; 28, Alex Hillesheim 102; 34, Kyle Strate (SM) 105; 35; Matt Miller (SEP) 108. Cody Landkammer (SEP) 124.
     
    Girls Individual
    Results
    1, Courtney Nelsen (CM) 92; 2, Lauren Laffen (SEP) 93; 3, Callie Wersal (SPF) 95; 4, Karrah Remus (SEP) 97; 5, Brooke Dummer (NUC) 98; 6, Grace Gillis (NUC) 98; 7, Jenna Roiger (SPF) 100; 8, Carissa Evers (SPF) 103; 9, Jenna Henriksen (WAB) 104; 10, Katelyn Seehafer (GFW) 108.
     
    Local Individuals
    16, Kaylee Hillmer (SEP) 110; 24, Anna Miller (SM) 122; 25, Sarah Surprenant (SM) 126; 26, Alyssa Rubey (SM) 126; 27, Leah Schneider (SM) 127; 30, Ashtyn Tauer (SEP) 130; 32, Sarah Rossbach (SEP) 131.
    Page 2 of 2 -  
    On May 9, both Sleepy Eye schools competed in a cross-town meet at Sleepy Eye Golf Course. The St. Mary’s boys team won with a score of 189 while Sleepy Eye scored a total of 202. For the girls, Sleepy Eye defeated St. Mary’s by four strokes, 237-241.
     
    Heinrichs and Mages led the St. Mary’s boys with scores of 46 and 47, while Heiderscheidt and Neid each scored 48. Strate and Jaden Sellner scored 52 and 57, respectfully. For the Indians, B. Laffen led with 47, while Hillesheim had 48 and Kosmatka had 50. M. Miller and Thor Weiss scored 57 and 62.
     
    For the girls, L. Laffen led Sleepy Eye with a 48, while Hillmer had 60 and Rossbach had 64. Tauer scored a 65. For the Knights, both Schneider and Surprenant scored a 59, while A. Miller and Rubey shot a 61 and 62.
      • calendar