April 24th KQWC Sports Rundown

 

Monday High School Results

The South Hamilton Hawks golf team continued to get into the swing of the spring season Monday with a meet at Lakeside Country Club in Fort Dodge with St. Edmonds, Humboldt, and Saydel taking part. The Hawks would take third with a team score of 184, 4 strokes behind St. Edmonds, and 13 off of meet winner Humboldt. Jack Arndt of Humboldt would shoot the low round of the meet while Jared Ullestad led the Hawks shooting a 42. Trevor Lammers checked in with a 45 while Alex Titus fired a 46 for South Hamilton. Head Coach Mark Ullestad said the team continues to trend in the right direction and are gaining experience with each meet.

The Hawks girls had a heads up meet at Jewell Golf and Country Club against St. Edmond’s. Jasmine Hyland shot the low round of the meet for South Hamilton while Cortney Harris had a 50 and Kenady Campbell checked in with a 51.

The South Hamilton Hawks boys track and field team headed to Gilbert Monday for the 16 team Bengal Relays. The 4 by 800 team won gold in Class B as did Brandyn Feighner who won the long jump. Logan Klemp took second in the discus but the big story came in the form of Junior Logan Peters who took part in the 3200 meter run for just the second time but came away not only with the gold medal but also with the school record in a time of 9 minutes 59 seconds.

In Webster City Lynx sports action from yesterday, the Lynx girls golf team got their first meet of the season in during a 5 team meet at Meadow Hills Golf Club in Iowa Falls. The Lynx would take 5th with a team score of 306 while Clear Lake finished on top with a 200. Peyton Hilpipre led the way for the Lynx with a round of 63 while Ella Dinsdale had a 78 and Emma Bailey shot an 80.

The Lynx boys soccer team made it 4 wins in a row and moved to 4 and 2 this season during a 2-1 tightly fought victory on the road at Garner Hayfield Ventura Monday afternoon. For the second consecutive game Isaac Bernard tickled the twin while Will Tasler added a goal as well. Goalkeeper Carsen Johnson had another strong game giving up just the single goal while stopping three as he has now given up just 2 goals in his last 4 games.

The Webster City Lynx girls track team also got their final meet before the Drake Relays. It was the usual cast of characters leading the Lynx as they took 4th at Humboldt on Monday. Cassidy Nerland continued to improve on career bests in shot put and discus with gold medal throws of 40 feet 9 inches and 129 feet 4 inches respectively. The Lynx won the 4 by 100 relay while Haley Flaws took second in both the 100 and 200 and Lexi Nichols took 2nd in the high jump.

The Lynx boys golf team got their second meet of the year in and finished 2nd at Highland Country Club in Iowa Falls with a score of 178, 17 strokes back of winner Clear Lake. Nathan Ferrel led the way again for the Lynx with a 9 hole round of 39, good for a tie for second.

High School Action Tonight:

For the South Hamilton Hawks, the boys golf team will be in action again tonight in a multi-team meet at the Tournament Club of Iowa in Polk City. Joining the Hawks will be North Polk, Saydel, Nevada, and Roland-Story. The meet will mark the Hawks’ 4th in the last week after having the first two weeks of their season postponed or cancelled due to weather. The Hawks will also host Belmond-Klemme and Lake Mills on Thursday.

The Hawks girls’ track team will also be at it again tonight as they host Clarion Goldfield Dows, Collins-Maxwell, Colo-Nesco, and Roland-Story for a meet at the Mike Pennington Sports Complex in Jewell.

For Clarion Goldfield Dows, the girls golf team will participate in just its second meet of the season when they head to Roland-Story for a meet with Garner-Hayfield-Ventura participating as well.

The Cowboys golf team will also take part in its second meet after shooting a 179 Monday. The Cowboys Boys head to Hampton-Dumont for a match with the Bulldogs and Garner-Hayfield-Ventura.

The Eagle Grove Eagles golf team will finally get its first meet of the season in Tuesday when they head to Meadow Hills for a dual match hosted by Iowa Falls-Alden.

The Eagles girls golfers kick their season off on the road at Manson-Northwest Webster.

And for the Webster City Lynx, the boys track team will head to North Polk.

The Lynx boys tennis team will look to garner its first victory of the season at home Tuesday when they host the 2 and 2 Aplington-Parkersburg Cardinals.

The Lynx boys soccer team looks to make it 5 wins in a row tomorrow while Junior Isaac Bernard will look to make it 3 games in a row in which he scores a goal. The Lynx sit at 4 and 2 and will host the Clear Lake Lions at Webster City High School.

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Colin Magnuson is the Sports Director for KQWC 95.7 FM and KZWC 92.9 FM & 1570 AM. Colin LOVES sports and gives a sports rundown 3 times per weekday (Monday through Friday) on KQWC 95.7. His sports rundown includes local high school sports, local college sports and professional sports.