The Jamestown High School boys golf team battled the heat and gusty conditions down in the capital city Monday afternoon.

The Blue Jays finished tied for fifth out of the nine teams competing at Riverwood Golf Course. Andrew Walz led the Jays to a 355-point finish, tying Dickinson.

Bismarck Century won the invite carding a 321. Trey Hohbein of Mandan was the invite medalist scoring a 36-37--73.

Walz came up with the Jays' best score of the day with an 18-hole 84. Brad Burnham and Shea Carroll tied for the No. 2 score with 89s while Brooks Carroll shot a 47-46--93. Jed Truax shot a 95 and Easton Romsdal rounded out the top-six with a 96.

The Jays are slated to travel to The Links of North Dakota on Monday. The invite is slated to begin at 10 a.m.

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Bismarck High Invitational

Riverwood Golf Course, Bismarck

Team totals

1. Bismarck Century 321, 2. Minot 323, 3. Bismarck High 343, 4. St. Mary's 344, 5. Jamestown 355, 6. Dickinson 355, 7. Legacy 357, 8. Mandan 370, 9. Williston 380.

Medalist: Trey Hohbein, Mandan, 73

Top 10 finishers/Ties

1. *Trey Hohbein, MAN, 73; 2. Gavin Argent, MIN, 74; 3. Ian Jelsing 78; 4. Logan Schoepp, BC, 79; T4. Dylan Nosbush, BC, 79; 6. Logan Barrett, LEG, 80; 7. Brock Jones, MIN, 81; T7. Lucas Schoepp, BC, 81; T7. Tarin Walker, BHS, 81; 10. Cameron Wittenberg, BC, 82; T10. Caleb Fie, BC, 82; T10. Jack Homiston, DHS, 82.

Blue Jay results

Andrew Walz 41-43--84; Brad Burnham 45-44--89; Shea Carroll 42-47--89; Brooks Carroll 47-46--93; Jed Truax 48-47--95; Easton Romsdal 48-48--96.

Soccer wins

The Jamestown High School soccer team has pushed its win-streak to two games.

The Blue Jays toppled Bismarck Legacy 3-0 Monday evening at the Sanford Sports Complex in Bismarck. The Jays previously tied the Sabers in a 0-0 draw at Jamestown's Rotary Field but the Blue Jays were tired of coming up even.

Junior winger Haley Nelson broke the ice in the 27th minute, taking advantage of a pass from Sara Sletto. While Nelson's ball found the back of the net, JHS head coach Brandi Harty said the team struggled to stay connected and didn't attack with purpose.

That all changed after the 10-minute break.

"After talking at halftime the team stepped up their play and had a great second half," Harty said. "All three goals tonight were well executed. I am so happy with how this team is progressing."

Harty also commended her goalkeeper Leah Torres. Torres, an eighth-grader for Harty, had to step in as starting goalie after Olivia Sorlie suffered an injury last month. Torres made four saves in the net.

The Jays will be back in action on Friday at their own field hosting WDA leader Minot. The game is slated to begin at 7:30 p.m.

Jamestown 3, Legacy 0

JHS 1 2-- 3

LEG 0 0 -- 0

Scoring

First half

1. JHS, Haley Nelson (Sara Sletto), 27th minute.

Second half

2. JHS, Breanna Oettle (Sophie McClean), 45th minute; 3. JHS, Hannah Murchie (unassisted), 46th minute.

Shots on goal: LEG 1; JHS 3

Saves: LEG, Brooklyn Gallion, 3 JHS, Leah Torres 4.

Records: Jamestown 5-3-3, 5-3-3 WDA; Bismarck Legacy 3-8-1, 3-7-1 WDA

Track and Field completes regular season

The Jamestown High School track and field team closed out their regular season at the Bill Jansen Last Chance Meet in Valley City Monday night.

The Blue Jays' girls team ended up first with 141 points while the boys ended up in second with 142.5. Kindred took the boy's competition with 177 total team points.

Meghan Ford qualified to the 2021 state meet in the 800-meter run, cruising to a 2 minute, 19-second finish. Ben Anteau also won the 800-meter run crossing the line at 2:00.55.

In the sprints, Annie Nabwe ran a personal record of 25.85 seconds to win the 200-meter dash. The junior's time qualified her to the state meet by more than a second. The boys' 4x100 meter relay team placed first with a time of 45.25 seconds.

Thomas Allmer placed first in the discus, launching his disc 138 feet, 9 inches.

Next up for the Blue Jays is the West Regional Meet slated for Friday at the Bismarck Community Bowl. Running events are scheduled to start at 2 p.m. with field events to follow at 3:30 p.m.

Bill Jansen Last Chance Meet

Dacotah Bank Track, Valley City

Team scores

Boys: 1. Kindred 177, 2. Jamestown 142.5, 3. Lisbon 123.5, 4. Shanley 70, 5. Wahpeton 66, 6. Valley City 59, 7. Enderlin/Maple Valley 42.5, 8. Barnes County North 23.5, 9. West Fargo Sheyenne 22, 10. Oak Grove Lutheran 19.. Girls: 1. Jamestown 141, 2. Lisbon 119, 3. Kindred 105.5, 4. Shanley 97, 5. Wahpeton 82, 6. West Fargo Sheyenne 73.5, 7. Valley City 69, 8. Oak Grove Lutheran 26. 9. Enderlin/Maple Valley 18, 10. Barnes County North 8.

Individual top finishers/ Blue Jay results

100-meter dash: Boys: 1. John Gores, SHAN, 11.75; 2. Brode Hillstrom 11.91; 6. Devin Beach 12.20; 9. Levi Korum 12.32; 11. Paris Ndikum 12.45; 20. Damien Cross 12.85; 24. Faustin Tuyikeze 13.06; 29. Asher Williams 13.16; 30. Xander Netolicky 13.19; 46. Isaac Duven 15.33; 48. Garin Groff 15.78; 49. Gavin Iverson 15.97. Girls: 1. Olivia Olson, VC, 13.48; 18. Erica Tarr 14.90; 29. Krysta Scmiedeberg 16.39.

200: Boys: 1. John Gores, SHAN, 24..02; 8. Eric Chea 26.09; 14. Faustin Tuyikeze 26.84; 17. Melusi Senzanje 27.12; 19. Ethan Hoff 27.27; 20. Ray Vasquez 27.54; 22. Xander Netolicky 27.88; 27. Louis Kjellberg-Jones 28.59; 31. Ty Kapp 30.39; 32. Isaac Duven 31.83; 35. Gavin Iverson 33.16; 36. Garin Groff 33.27. Girls: 1. Annie Nabwe, JHS, 25.85; 2. Yolanda Nabwe 26.65; 6. Allysah Larson 28.33; 8. Carly Raap 29.32; 12. Erica Tarr 30.13; 19. Arya Mickelson 31.6; 26. Krysta Schmiedeberg 33.57.

300 hurdles: Boys: 1. Jared Eggermong, VC, 40.41; 3. Preston Kroeber 43.37. Girls: 1. Julia Skari, JHS, 49.24; 3. Bernadette Belzer 49.34; 6. Kaelyn Nygaard 51.27; 11. Hannah Soulis 55.63; 12. Olivia Hagen 55.65.

1600: Boys: 1. Gavin Haut, JHS, 4:35.20; 3. Chandlar Rott, 4:46.39; 6. Cullen Flieth 4:55.09; 19. Raine Job 5:40.28; 26. Ethan Sprague 6:13.62; 27. Sam Anteau 6:19.12. Girls: 1. Greta Goven, VC, 5:38.88; 4. Brooklyn Nygaard 5:51.21; 5. Maddy Orr 6:06.33.

800 relay: Boys: 1. Lisbon (Simon Sveum, Caeden Sweet, Jordan Sours, Kolby Rasmusson), 1:36.06; 2. Jamestown (Paris Ndikum, Eric Chea, Melusi Senzanje, Carter Burchill), 1:38.83; 5. Jamestown (Ethan Hoff, Ty Kapp, Louis Kjellberg-Jones, Ray Vasquez), 1:49.15. Girls: 1. Shanley (Noelle Friederichs, Brooklyn Kelsch, Mesiku Hakim, Paige Renschler), 1:49.20; 4. Jamestown (Sydney Fisher, Kyra Hoffer, Schmiedeberg, Tarr), 2:06.91.

3200 relay: Boys: 1. Shanley (Emmett Kenney, Carson Dean, Ethan Lantz, Noah Geffre), 8:38.84. Girls: 1. Valley City (Avery Murray, Sydnee Ingstad, Raegan Bergm Greta Goven), 10:04.43.

High jump: Boys: 1. Devin Beach, JHS, 5-6; 6. Daniel Ulrich 5-4. Girls: 1. Kilee Bladow, WAHP, 5-1; 2. Hunter Petersen 4-11; 13. Lexi Hibpshman 4-3.

Shot put: Boys: 1. Jack Parker, KIN, 54-3; 4. Thomas Allmer 46-9; 11. Blayke Simmers, 39-1; 14. Ethan Holmquist 36-2; 21. Bo Nelson 35-4; 30. Tanner Sumrall 32-3. Girls: 1. Scout Woods, WAHP, 36-3; 2. Williamson 34-1; 8. Panchot 29-7; 9. Kinley Anderson 29-4; 17. Frohlich 26-2; 14. Kendyl Anderson 26-2; 23. Cammie Veldkamp 22-9; 33. Destiny Gray 21-0.

400: Boys: 1. Reece Breidenbach, WFS, 52.98; 6. Burchill 56.81. Girls: 1. Brea Sweet, LIS, 1:03.42; 7. Arya Mickelson 1:10.22; 11. Soulis 1:15.04.

400 relay: Boys: 1. Jamestown (Korum, Devin Beach, Kroeber, Hillstrom), 45.32; 8. Jamestown (Asher Williams, Senzanje, Cross, Sam Ulrich), 49.96. Girls: 1. Shanley (Noelle Friederichs, Brooklyn Kelsch, Mesiku Hakim, Paige Renschler), 51.63; 2. Jamestown (Hibpshman, Allysah Larson, Skari, Yolanda Nabwe), 52.17.

Javelin: Boys: 1. Collin Lunde, KIN, 164-5; 10. Taylor Allmer, 123-5; . Girls: 1. Kendra Odegard, LIS, 141-10; 2. Annie Nabwe 125-11; 17. Taylor Williamson 90-2; 25. Chea Baugh 82-1; 29. Allison Panchot 76-10; 31. Kendyl Anderson 74-8; 39. Destiny Gray 68-10; 40. Maddy Orr 67-10; 43. Anabelle Cramer 64-5; 48. Kaelyn Nygaard 58-11.

800: Boys: 1. Ben Anteau, JHS, 2:00.55; 2. Kade Schumacher 2:01.42; 4. Micah Hoke 2:07.89. Girls: 1. Meghan Ford, JHS, 2:19.54; 8. Belzer 2:37.93; 16. Kyra Hoffer 2:51.40;

110 hurdles: 1. Trey Heinrich, KIN, 15.4.

100 hurdles: 1. Kyra Haecherl, LIS, 16.3; T2. K. Nygaard 17.0; T12. Olivia Hagen 19.4; 15. Anabelle Cramer 20.5.

Long Jump: Boys: 1. Treyton Mauch, WAHP, 20-11; 7. D. Ulrich 18-1; 10. Ndikum 17-9; 11. Tuyikeze 17-5.5; 13. Williams 17-1. Girls: 1. Kendra Cavett, LIS, 16-8.5; 5. Hibpshman 16-0; 6. Larson 15-10.5; 11. Raap 15-0;

Discus: Boys: 1. Thomas Allmer, JHS, 138-9; 14. Blayke Simmers 99-5; 17. Tanner Sumrall 93-11; 23. Ethan Holmquist 89-3; 28. Bo Nelson 84-5; Girls: 1. Annie Nabwe, JHS, 123-2; 8. Taylor Williamson 98-1; 19. Chea Baugh 75-0; 20. Allison Panchot 73-10; 22. Kinley Anderson 71-8; 23. Kendyl Anderson 69-0; 26. Liv Frohlich 65-9.

3200: Boys: 1. Corben Golovanoff, VC, 3. Austin Andersen, 12:15.17; 5. Ethan Igl 12:51.27. Girls: 1. Mara Kempel, LIS, 13:36.72.

1600 relay: Boys: 1. Kindred (Eli Heinrich, Charlie Biewer, Jack Olson, Caaden Rath), 3:36.36; 6. Jamestown (Burchill, Chea, Hoff, Cross), 4:14.15. Girls: 1. Shanley (Paige Renschler, Brooklyn Kelsch, Noelle Friederichs, Mesiku Hakim), 4:12.88.

Triple Jump: Boys: 1. Caaden Rath, KIN, 41-4; 3. Hillstrom 39-11; 5. Daniel Ulrich 37-5. Girls: 1. Hunter Petersen, JHS, 34-10; 3. Hibpshman 33-4; 10. Skari 31-5.5.