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What was a narrow 2-0 lead through four innings quickly escalated for Randolph in the second game of Friday’s doubleheader against Alden-Conger/Glenville-Emmons. The Rockets scored seven runs in the fifth inning to come away with a 9-0 victory and the sweep. Andrew Wenstrom, Isaac Stoesz and Alec Otte recorded two hits each. Wenstrom led the team with two runs — he also hit a triple. Otte had three RBI, while Dane Ehleringer and AJ Weidner both had two RBI.
Lake City did all of its damage in the first inning with five hits and three runs. The 3-0 lead would hold the entirety of the game as the Tigers would defeat the Bombers in the first game of a doubleheader on Saturday. Lake City had eight hits — Elyse Dalager and Jamee Norland both had two hits. Cannon Falls had five hits, all from different players.
Red Wing endured an early deficit and unfavorable weather conditions and pulled off the 8-3 victory over Rochester Century on Tuesday. Century opened the game with a double by Sterling Homard and a single by Travis Rittenhouse, which ended up resulting in two runs due to two Red Wing errors. The only hit Century would get the rest of the way, however, would be a home run by Rittenhouse in the third inning.
The Red Wing Elks Soccer Shoot will be held Sunday, June 3, at the A.P. Anderson Park soccer fields. Participants must register before 4:30 p.m. that day. The soccer shoot will be held rain or shine with the competition starting at 4:30 p.m. The competition is open to ages 5-13. Winners in each age group advance to the District Elks Soccer Shoot on July 22 in Red Wing with the chance to advance to the state shoot Aug. 24-26 in Brainerd.
The Red Wing boys' tennis team had some close matchups with Albert Lea on Thursday but ultimately took the loss, 6-1. Lincoln Bryan at No. 2 singles logged the lone victory for the Wingers. He won 6-2, 6-4. At No. 3 singles, Kris Betcher fell 4-6, 4-6, while at No. 4 singles, Jackson Hull lost his first set 3-6, came back to win the second set 7-6, but lost the tiebreaker, 6-10. Next up for Red Wing is the Big Nine Conference meet at 9 a.m. on Saturday in Rochester. Tuesday Northfield 7, Red Wing 0
The Red Wing girls’ golf team traveled to Albert Lea on Thursday for a Big Nine Conference triangular. The Wingers hadn’t played at Green Lea Golf Course previously, but it wasn’t an issue as they came out on top with a team score of 350. Northfield was second with 355 and Albert Lea scored 384.
With a team score of 333, the Pine Island-Zumbrota-Mazeppa boys' golf team was the victor in its home invite at Zumbrota Golf Club on Thursday. Lewiston-Altura finished second with a score of 359 and Kenyon-Wanamingo was tied for third with Plainview-Elgin-Millville with 381.
The Pine Island boys' track and field team had a strong finish in Tuesday's Section 1AA True Team meet at Paul Giel Field in Winona. With 460 team points, the Panthers finished in third place behind Plainview-Elgin-Millville (547.5) and Stewartville (516.5). The third-place finish was made possible by a strong all-around effort in which no Panther finished first in any event but had a participant place in the top-10 in nearly every event.
The Red Wing girls' track and field team came up just short of first place in Tuesday's Section 1AA True Team meet at Paul Giel Field in Winona. With 512 team points, the Wingers took second place to Byron with 556 points. Stewartville rounded out the top three with 439 points. Madisyn Lyons led the way for the Wingers, finishing in the top two in four events. She won the 300 hurdles with a time of 48.88 seconds and the long jump (17 feet 1 inch). Lyons placed second in the high jump (5-00) and triple jump (35-09.5).
Weather conditions shortened the Red Wing boys' golf team to nine holes at Faribault Golf Club on Tuesday, but the Wingers defeated the Falcons with a score of 174. Faribault shot 202. Cecil Belisle was the lead golfer with 38. Mike Stoffel came in second with 43, Drew Siewert was third with 46, while Cole Krie and Mac DeSutter tied for fourth with 47. Red Wing will be back on the course when it hosts a Big Nine quadrangular on Monday.