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Adam Snelgrove fired a three-hitter Thursday as top-ranked New York Mills ousted fifth-ranked Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale 5-0 in the second round of Sub-Section 6A action . Jared Hoemberg doubled for the Raiders while Dallas Ehrmantraut and Dustin Motschenbacher both singled. The Raiders ended their season with a record of 10-11. BHV 0 3 2 N.Y. Mills 5 6 0 WP- Adam Snelgrove. LP- Dallas Ehrmantraut
Paige Hartman earned herself a spot in the Section 8A girls' golf tournament Thursday by firing a 93 in sub-section play at Detroit Lakes. Hartman's round was six strokes better than runner-up Ella Harrison who fired a 99. Amanda Kramer and Hope Theisen both came in with a 104. Sydney Schissel carded a 114 and Kelsey Browne shot a 115 in her final round with the club. Kate Smith paced Detroit Lakes with a medalist round of 78. The Lakers dominated the meet with a 331.
Wadena-Deer Creek standout Rachel Craig placed in the top six in three of her four events but failed to make the jump to state.
Tyler Fix and Michael Wing shot rounds of 85 and 89 Thursday in the Section 8AA golf tournament at Long Bow Golf Course in Walker. The two Wadena-Deer Creek golfers came up short in their bid for a state trip along with teammates Bryan Silvers and Nick LeTourneau who shot rounds of 92 and 98. Detroit Lakes took top team honors and DL's Karter Smith claimed the medalist title.
Peter Gaustad and the Fergus Falls Otters turned the lights out for Kyle Dykhoff and his Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines Saturday as they posted an 11-0 South Sub-Section 8AA playoff victory at Legion Field. Gaustad struck out 10 WDC batters and walked one en route to claiming the five-inning victory. The Fergus Falls righty surrendered just one hit -- a lead-off single to David Najjar in the top of the fourth -- and gave the Otters their second consecutive shutout playoff victory.
Just one year ago, Wadena-Deer Creek's Logan Meyer did not see himself competing in a state track and field meet. He had broken his throwing hand and the shot putting load was being carried by teammates Dane Hoffman and Jordan Jacobson. The three-sport athlete showed a dramatic improvement right away this season when he tossed the shot 47-5.75 feet to win the Little Amik I shot put title. It was his personal best by four feet. WDC throwing coach John Crandall knew he had a gem when he saw Meyer throw the shot 46 feet right off the bat this season.
Wadena-Deer Creek junior Logan Meyer put the shot 50-6 in Class A competition Friday at Hamline University in St. Paul to take sixth place. Meyer qualified for his first trip to the state meet June 2 in Section 6A competition at Moorhead with a personal best throw of 51-10. Jack Fraser of LeSueur-Henderson, who entered the state meet with Class A's best qualifying throw, won the event with a toss of 55-0.25. Otter Tail Central sophomore Steffan Stroh, who placed second to Meyer in Section 6A competiton in Moorhead, took 12th with a 46-9.25.
The Minnesota Twins Playball Youth Clinic for area ballplayers ages 6-16 will be held at the Wadena Little League Field Saturday. The baseball and softball clinic is free of charge. In case of inclement weather, the clinic will be held in the Wadena-Deer Creek Elementary School gym. A clinic for 6-9 year old ballplayers will begin at 9 a.m. while the 10-16 clinic will follow at 10:30 a.m. The Wadena Youth Baseball Silent Auction featuring autographed Twins baseball items runs from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Four Wadena-Deer Creek golfers kept their season alive Thursday in the Sub-Section 8AA tournament at Detroit Lakes. Tyler Fix shot an 80 while Bryan Silvers and Michael Wing both carded 85. Nick LeTourneau advanced with a 92. Jacob Goeden shot a 92 as well but failed to make the cut. Duke Harrison recorded a 97. The sub-section qualifiers advanced to the Section 8AA tournament Thursday in Walker. Detroit Lakes' Carter Smith shot a 71 to take medalist honors.