Grand Forks General Sports
Prep baseball 6 Monday's results GF Central 15, GF Red River 6 GFC 103 044 3--15 13 0 RED 100 311 0--6 8 5 WP—Zach Vodden; LP—Zach Carolin Highlights—GFC: Parker Stroh 3x5, 2B, 4R; Joey Grabanski 2x3, 2B, 3B, 3R, 2 RBI; Brandon Holt 2x4, 2 2B, 2 RBI; Vodden 2x3; Cade Barta 2x5; Zack Murphy 1x5, 2 RBI; RR: Parker Monette 3x4, 2 RBI; Coby Tweten 2x2, 2 2B; Drew Montgomery 2x3, 2B, 2R, 2 RBI; Dane Montgomery 1x5, 2B, 2R; EGF Senior High 7, Hillsboro-Cent. Valley 0
Prep baseball EGF 7, Hillsboro-CV 0: Alex Mushitz and Coby Stauss each had two hits in leading East Grand Forks Senior High past Hillsboro-Central Valley on Monday. Ross Corbid and Colton Dauksavage combined for the shutout as each allowed one hit. Corbid threw the first four innings. Dauksavage stuck out five H-CV batters in his three innings of work. Prep softball Red Lake Falls 18, EGF Senior High 2: Red Lake Falls scored 13 runs in the first inning en route to its win over East Grand Forks Senior High on Monday.
College baseball 6 Sunday's results Western Illinois 4, N.D. State 0 Upper Iowa 3-5, Minn.-Crookston 2-10 College softball 6 Sunday's results N.D. State 2, South Dakota 0 Wayne State 7-11, Minn.-Crookston 3-0 Women's golf 6 Big Sky Championship Sunday's final results Boulder City, Nev. Team totals
Women's golf Janu leads UND: North Dakota junior Jenna Janu posted the top round of her Big Sky Championship career, recording a field-best six birdies Saturday en route to a season-best one-under 71. Janu's six birdies are also a UND Division I single-round record as she moved into a tie for ninth at the league championship in Boulder City, Nev. UND junior Hanna Peterson ended with a 79 and is second among UND golfers at the meet. After two days, UND remains in 10th place at 631. Idaho leads the meet with a 583.
Football 6 N.D. Shrine Bowl Here are the North Dakota selections for the annual North Dakota Shrine Bowl football games that will be played July 14 at Fargo Shanley High School: 9-man East
Prep baseball Sacred Heart 6, Fertile-Beltrami 0: Brenden Bethke struck out 13 batters to lead East Grand Forks Sacred Heart past Fertile-Beltrami on Friday. Bethke also allowed only one hit in 6.2 innings. Will Rohrich and Jack Gerber each picked up an RBI for the Eagles. Fertile-Beltrami's Drew Larson had the Falcons' lone hit. Golf GGF golf update: The late spring hasn't made it easy for Greater Grand Forks golf courses to get their seasons underway.
Prep track 6 Mayville-Portland-CG Invitational At UND HPC, Thursday Boys team totals Kindred 139, Hillsboro-Central Valley 92, Northern Cass 48, Langdon-Edmore-Munich 46, Mayville-Portland-CG 39.5, Thompson 34, Hatton-Northwood 33.5, Griggs County Central 33, Grafton 31, Pembina County North 31, Nelson County 22, Drayton/Valley-Edinburg 21, Larimore 9, Midway-Minto 3, Finley-Sharon/Hope-Page 2, Park River Area 1 Top 3 placers 100—1. Jamie Gorres, H-N, 11.07; 2. Anders Rose, DVE, 11.33; 3. Jayden Laxdal, PCN, 11.41 200—1. Grant Skager, HCV, 23.09; 2. Devonte Figuero, Kin, 23.66; 3. Isaac Luithle, HCV, 23.75 400—1. Nick Rexine, MPCG, 52.78; 2. Brendon Fowler, Kin, 53.16; 3. Sam Roller, Thomp, 55.40
Girls tennis GF Central 7, West Fargo 2: Grand Forks Central swept the doubles competition en route to its win over West Fargo on Thursday. Katie Stauss and Sophie Welsh donwed West Fargo's Izzi Nankivel and Grace Faiman 6-0, 7-5 at No. 1 doubles. "It was a good team win top to bottom," said Central coach Nick Graves. "Everyone contributed in some way. This is the way we'll have to win all year. One day it may be No. 1 singles another day it might be No. 4 or No. 6 singles.
Girls tennis 6 Tuesday's results GF Central 8, Wahpeton 1 Singles Katie Stauss (GFC) def. Madison Bell 6-0, 5-7, 6-2; Gabby Spicer (GFC) def. Emma Beyer 6-2, 6-4; Sophie Welsh (GFC) def. Paige Mennis 2-6, 7-5, 10-3 (Supertiebreak); Emily Morken (GFC) def. Lauryn Hibl 6-1, 6-1; Magdalene Spicer (GFC) def. Danica Calderon 6-2, 6-1; Lucy Welsh (GFC) def. Erica Miller 6-4, 6-3 Doubles
Track & field UND's Detloff receives honor: UND senior thrower Molli Detloff was named Big Sky Conference Women's Field Athlete of the Week, the conference announced Tuesday. Detloff won the hammer throw and finished second in the discus last Thursday at the Sioux City Relays. The Elk River, Minn., native won the hammer with a throw of 205 feet, 10 inches—the No. 2 throw in the Big Sky this year. She was runner-up in the discus with a mark of 156-2. Girls tennis