On Friday and Saturday, the Sartell-St. Stephen boys golf team competed in a 2-day invite @ Little Crow (Spicer) and @ Eagle Creek (Willmar)
The team finished 3rd in the 2-day invite. Day 1 @ Little Crow (318) and Day 2 @ Eagle Creek (322) with a team total of 640. Ten strokes back of 1st place Willmar (630). Brainerd finished second (637)
Carson Andel – 75, 82 = 157 (T-6th)
Lance Hamak – 80, 77 = 157 (T-6th)
Sam Lunde – 79, 80 = 159 (T-12th)
Jacob Steinmetz – 84, 90 = 174
Jameson Schmitz – 83
Jack Schmitz – 87
Joey Songalia – 90
Drew Bollinger – 91
The Cathedral Boys Golf team finished 4th in the two-day invite at New London-Spicer and Willmar with a 36-hole team total of 644 in the very tough 16-team tournament. Vince Gebhardt finished 5th overall with a two-day total of 156.
Cathedral took 3rd on Saturday in Mankato at the Caswell Sports HS Invitational.
Game 1- Cathedral 7, Maple River 4 – Big hit of the game came from 8th grader Kyah Koenig who hit a bases loaded clearing triple to give Cathedral the lead. Ella Voit went 3-3 and Mckenna Buckentine with 2 hits. Ella Voit picked up the win throwing 3 innings of no-hit relief w/ 5 strikeouts.
Game 2- St James 11, Cathedral 0 – The bats matched the weather as they went cold, and we were no-hit by St James pitcher Addie Bowers. St James won the tournament.
Game 3- Cathedral 6, Blooming Prairie 0 – Ella Voit pitched a complete game with 12 strikeouts. 7th grader CJ Jerzak got her first varsity hit, and proceeded to go 3 for 3 w/ 2 doubles. Kyah Koenig also had 2 hits.
Record 6-2 – Next game for Cathedral will be – Thursday May 4th at Mora (doubleheader)
Cathedral 6, Concordia Academy 2
(John Brew and Tommy Gohman combined on a one-hitter on the mound. Tanner Staller, Cooper Kosiba, Alex Schroeder, Henry Schloe, and Trevor Fleege all drove in runs for the Crusaders. Cathedral hosts Mora tomorrow).
Track and Field:
Cathedral track and field participated at the Hamline Elite Track and Field meet on Friday, the Girls 4×800 team of Clara Schad, Liz Felix, Addie Mondloch, and Sara Reuter finished in 12th place. The Boys 4×400 team of Emanuel Kutzera, Ben Fromelt, Andrew Uy, and Jacob Eickhoff notched an 8th place finish. This is a competition from the best performances in Class A, AA, or AAA, all competing together.