Northwestern junior Trent Meyer carded a 71 to capture boys medalist honors in high school boys golf action Tuesday, June 1, at Hidden Greens North in Wisconsin regional action.
Lakeland Union won the team title with a score of 302. Northwestern was second with a 331 and qualified for next week’s sectional tournament.
Lakeland Union’s Matt Haggart and Kaeden Nomm tied for second with 72s.
Stenberg leads Spartans over Ashland
Mason Stenberg pitched six strong innings to lead Superior to a 5-2 victory over Ashland in high school baseball Tuesday, June 1, in Ashland.
Stenberg allowed two runs on seven hits, with six strikeouts and two walks.
Carter Kalin was 2-for-3 with a run, walk and RBI and Jason Samarziya was 2-for-2 with a walk and RBI to lead the Spartans (12-4).
Superior 5, Ashland 2
WP: Mason Stenberg 6IP, 7H, 2R, 6K, 2BB. SV: T. Johnson 1IP, 0H, 0R. S (12-4): Carter Kalin 2x3, R, BB, RBI; Jason Samarziya 2x2, BB, RBI; T. Brennan 2x2, BB; K. Kimmes 2x4, R. A: P. Zak 2H, C. Hagstrom 2H; J. Bonneville H, BB, R; P. Goodreau H, R.
Northwood/Solon Springs overcomes slow start
Kaden Corlett and Colby Latvala combined on a one-hitter with 13 strikeouts to lead Northwood/Solon Springs to a 12-0 Lakeland-East road victory at Cornell/Lake Holcombe.
“Kaden and Colby both threw well tonight,” coach Nate Ahlberg said. “Kaden had difficulty locating pitches early but was able to fix his mechanics and finish with seve strikeouts. Colby struck out the side in both the innings he pitched.”
NSS didn’t start well offensively, not getting on base until Braydon Larson’s single with one out in the third, but then exploded for nine runs in the fourth, taking advantage of five walks and five hits as both Drake Debeir and Abe Ahlberg had two-run doubles.
“We talk a lot about serving and loving others on and off the field,” Ahlberg said. “Braydon Larson exhibited that perfectly tonight. Braydon is our starting left fielder and does great defensively, but we often DH for him. He got to bat tonight and came through with a hit and two runs. But in the fifth, he asked if his brother Brandt could take his place and lead off that inning. Brandt has played very little for us this year, but Braydon gave up one of his few at bats to get his brother into the game. Brandt responded by lining a 3-2 pitch into center for his first varsity hit. I’m very proud of both Larson brothers.”
Northwood/Solon Springs (13-3 overall, 11-0 Lakeland-East) hosts Prairie Farm Thursday, June 3, and Clayton/Turtle Lake Friday, June 4, with both games in Minong.
Northwood/Solon Springs 12,
Cornell/Lake Holcombe 0, 5 innings
WP: Kaden Corlett 3IP, H, 0R, 2BB, 7K; Colby Latvala: 2IP, 0H, 0R, 6K. NSS: Corlett 1x2, R, RBI; Drake Debeir: 2B, R, 2RBIs; Braydon Larson H, 2R, SB; Brandt Larson H, R; Ben Monson H, R, 2RBIs, SB; Gage Blaylock H, R, RBI, SB; Abe Ahlberg 2-3 (2B), R, 2SB, 3RBIs.