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Blue Jays Roundup: Golf keeping pace with top teams in WDA

The Jamestown High School tennis and golf teams were in action on May 17.

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Camron Anderson eyes up his shot at a West Region golf meet in May of 2022.
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It was a day for low scores out at Bismarck's Riverwood Golf Course.

Century won its fourth meet title of the season with a score of 302. Century’s Logan Schoepp was the meet medalist with an even-par round of 72. Eight WDA golfers broke 80 and all 10 competing teams finished the round with scores that totaled less than 400.

The Blue Jays wound up seventh out of the 10 conference teams, carding a 348 between their top-five golfers. The No. 4 through 8 teams were only separated by 11 strokes.

Jamestown is set to host the rest of the WDA on Friday at the Jamestown Country Club. Golfers are expected to tee off at 10 a.m.

Easton Romsdal and Jordan Dooley were tied for the Jays' lowest score, both carding an 85 through the 18 holes. Andrew Walz and Hunter Gegelman notched scores of 89 while Luke LeFevre rounded out Jamestown's top five with a 94.

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Team results

1. Century, 302; 2. Minot, 325; 3. Dickinson, 330; 4. Bismarck High, 339; 5. Legacy, 344; 6. St. Mary’s, 345; 7. Jamestown, 348; 8. Mandan, 350; 9. Williston, 361; 10. Watford City, 392.

Top 10 finishers/ties

1. Logan Schoepp, Century, 72; 2. Jack Homiston, Dickinson, 74; 3. Dylan Nosbusch, Century, 75; 4. Cameron Wittenberg, Century, 76; 5. Peyton Bartsch, Minot, 78; T6. Duncan Tufte, Century, 79; T6. Anders Alm, Century, 79; T6. Caden Willer, St. Mary’s, 79; 9. Matt Souther, Legacy, 80; T10. Brock Jones, Minot, 82; T10. Tyler Bast, Minot, 82; T10. Lucas Boustead, Century, 82; T10. Grant Bittner, Dickinson, 82

Individual results

Century (302): Logan Schoepp, 72; Dylan Nosbusch, 75; Cameron Wittenberg, 76; Duncan Tufte, 79; Anders Alm, 79; Lucas Boustead, 82.

Minot (325): Peyton Bartsch, 78; Tyler Bast, 82; Brock Jones, 82; Henry Langhans, 83; Kasen Rostad, 83; Jaxon Bradley, 86.

Dickinson (330): Jack Homiston, 74; Grant Bittner, 82; Evan Groll, 85; Jace Elkin, 89; Kyller Hughes, 92; Emersyn Lee, 109.

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Bismarck High (339): Jace Dockter, 83; Owen Haase, 84; Charlie Jerome, 85; Dawson Lentz, 87; Jacob Falcon, 98; Reece Nagel, 99.

Legacy (344): Matt Souther, 80; Andrew Neigum, 86; Kyle Schultz, 99; Sam Miller, 90; Logan Sampson, 95; Zach Brenden, 102.

St. Mary’s (345): Caden Willer, 79; Quinn Schillingstad, 83; Ryker Landers, 86; Mason Mrachek, 97; Ryder Benning, 99; Matt Selensky, 104.

Jamestown (348): Easton Romsdal, 85; Jordan Dooley, 85; Andrew Walz, 89; Hunter Gegelman, 89; Luke LeFevre, 94; Camron Anderson, 96.

Mandan (350): Carsen Pittman, 87; Jorey Johnson, 87; Jayce Johnson, 88; Bennett Leingang, 88; Shawn Pack, 92; Stran Ressler, 95.

Williston (361): Ty Watterud, 85; Caden Vaughn, 91; Evan Fisher, 91; Justin Heller, 94; Kane Shannon, 101; Peyton Vannatta, 115.

Watford City (392): Zach Tomlinson, 96; Hunter Erwin, 96; Aidan Pelton, 99; Jodus Tolley, 101; Kiaran Olson, 104; Gavin McCauley, 104.

Tennis oh so close to catching Mandan

The Blue Jay tennis team has been right there all season and the trend held true Tuesday night in Madan.

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Jamestown wound up falling 5-4 to the Braves, winning three of the six singles matches and notching one of the three doubles match.

From the opening serve, it was a battle for the Jays Tuesday. At No. 1 singles, Phoebe Olson quickly defeated Sophia Felderman 6-0 in the opening set before Felderman came back to challenge Olson. Olson wound up winning the second set 7-6(3).

'The girls fought hard but we couldn’t quite pull it out," head coach Paul Olson said. "Grace Lefevre won a gutsy singles match in a tiebreaker and was good with Mya (Henderson) at doubles to pick up two wins. Bria (Nieswaag) and Phoebe played well in singles to pick up wins for us, too."

LeFevre took down Allie Ereth 6-4, 7-5(5), 7-6(5) while Nieswaag took care of business against Audrey Duppong defeating her 6-1, 6-4.

Next up for the Jays is the defending state champs, Minot, on Thursday in the Magic City. The WDA dual is slated to begin at 4:15 p.m.

Madan 5, Jamestown 4

Singles

No. 1: Phoebe Olson, J def. Sophia Felderman 6-0, 7-6(3)

No. 2: Brenna Schock, M def. Olivia Schriock 6-0, 4-6, 6-4

No. 3: Grace LeFevre, J def. Allie Ereth 6-4, 6-7(5), 7-6(5)

No. 4: Alyssa Olson, M def. Mya Henderson 2-6, 6-3, 7-5

No. 5: Bria Nieswaag, J def. Audrey Duppong 6-1, 6-4

No. 6: Noelle DeRosier, M def. Sofia Williams 6-1, 6-1

Doubles

No. 1: Felderman/Schock, M def. Olson/Nieswaag 7-6(6), 7-5

No. 2: Olson/DeRosier, M def. Williams/Schriock 6-3, 4-6, 6-2

No. 3:, LeFevre/Henderson, J def. Ereth/Lauren Katzung 6-3, 6-2

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Katie Ringer is a sports reporter for the Jamestown Sun. Katie joined the Sun staff in the summer of 2019 after graduating from the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire with a degree in journalism. She can be reached by email at kringer@jamestownsun.com or by phone at 701-952-8460.
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