KCHA Sports Report (5/3)

track

The Charles City Comet boys track team was in New Hampton yesterday getting their final meet in before the Northeast Iowa Conference meet which will be held this Thursday.  The Comet boys took fourth place as a team with 73.5 points as Waukon claimed the meet title with 131 points.  Charles City’s boys were able to win three events yesterday as Brandon Bluhm won the long jump, Noah Robbins won the discus and Gavin Connell won the 800 meter run.  As mentioned before, the Comet boys track team will now look towards the Conference meet which will be held this Thursday in Waukon.

The Charles City and Osage trapshooting teams were in competition last night in Garner.  Osage 6 and Osage 2 both finished with a team score of 234, but it was Osage 6 who won the team race as they scored better in the shoot-off.  Charles City 1 was not far behind as they finished the night in third place with a team score of 231.  Jacob Greenzweig of Charles City was crowned the boys medalist as he and Marty Grady of Osage both finished with a perfect score of 50.  Geenzweig then defeated Grady 23-22 in the shoot-off.  On the girls side, Charles City had the two top finishers as Izzy Worrall shot a 47 and Sydney North shot a 46.  Katelin Prochaska was Osage’s top girls finisher after she scored a 45, and then beat Rebecca Tierney of Charles City 22-20 in a shoot-off.  The Charles City trapshooting team will be back in action on Thursday at the Boyd Gun Club.

The Charles City Comet girls gold team was in Clear Lake last night taking on the Lions at the Veterans Memorial Golf Club.  Clear Lake won the meet with a team score of 188 while Charles City finished with a 205 as a team.  Jamie Sindlinger led the Comets with a 48, Emma Williams had a 49, Gen Wandro carded a 53 and Taylor Hoffman rounded out the scoring for the Comets with a 55.  The Comet girls golf team will be on the road again today as they will travel to Waukon for a dual that will tee off at 4pm.

The Nashua-Plainfield and North Butler boys and girls golf teams competed in meets at the Round Grove Golf and Country Club in Greene yesterday.  On the girls side it was Newman Catholic that claimed the team title with a total score of 212, Nashua-Plainfield was second with a 228 and North Butler was third with a 273.  Peyton Olson of Newman was the meet medalist with a round of 48, Kelsey Poppe of Nashua was the runner-up with a 51, Hailey Schmitz of Nashua carded a 54 to tie for third individually.  North Butler’s best round on the girls side was turned in by Laura Kreimeyer who shot a 61.  On the boys side, again it was Mason City Newman who won the meet as they finished in a tie with North Butler at 173, but won the tie-breaker.  Nashua’s boys finished third with a score of 188.  Trevor Wangsness of North Butler was the medalist as he carded a 39, Devin Koob and Zach Bond of Nashua-Plainfield were right behind him as they scored a 40 and 41 respectively.  The Nashua boys and girls golfers will host a meet on Thursday for their next competition while North Butler’s boys and girls will wait until next week’s Conference Tournament for their next action.

The Osage and Rockford boys and girls golfers were in action yesterday as well as they competed in a triangular meet at Sunny Brae Golf Course in Osage.  On the boys side, Osage took the team title with a score of 168 while Rockford came in second with a team score of 182.  The Osage boys golfers were bunched up on their home course as Ben Grimm was the medalist with a 39, David Curha shot a 42, Drew Olson carded a 43 and Noah Krabbe finished with a 44.  Rockford’s boys all finished within four strokes of each other as Zach Westendorf had the low score with a 42, Kaden Lyman had a 45 and Zach Bushbaum and Nick Goodrich each had 47’s.  On the girls end, Osage again took the team title as the finished with a 200 as a team, Rockford ended up in third with a team score of 225.  Courtney Tusler of Osage claimed medalist honors as she carded a 38 while Rockford’s best score was turned in by Michaela Krull who turned in a 47.  The Rockford boys and girls golfers will be in Nashua competing on Thursday while the Osage boys and girls golfers will next be in action at the Conference Tournament on Monday of next week.

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