Blue Jays Roundup: Golf places eighth in Mandan

The Jamestown High School golf, tennis and soccer teams were in action on May 16.

Jamestown’s Andrew Walz chips onto the green during the Mandan Invitational at Prairie West Golf Course on Tuesday.
Tom Stromme / Bismarck Tribune

MANDAN — The Jamestown High School boys golf team competed at the Mandan Invite on May 16.

Easton Romsdal led the Blue Jays, carding an 81 while fellow senior Andrew Walz was not too far behind with an 83. Hunter Gegelman and Luke LeFevre finished the course at a 15-over 87 while Camron Andersen shot an 88. Jace Dillman rounded out the Jays' lineup with a 94.

As a team, the Jays shot 338, good enough to place them eighth out of 11 competing teams. Minot won the affair carding a team score of 300.

Head coach Shawn Taft and his squad are set to host the Jamestown Invite on Friday. Golfers are slated to tee off at 10 a.m. at the Jamestown Country Club.

Mandan Invite


Team scores

1. Minot High, 300; 2. Century, 304; 3. St. Mary’s, 315; 4. Legacy, 320; 5. Mandan, 323; 6. Williston, 335; 7. Bismarck High, 337; 8. Jamestown, 338; 9. Dickinson, 355; 10. Minot North, 372; 11. Watford City, 389; TMCHS, Inc.

Top 10 finishers/ties

1. Kasen Rostad, Minot High, 68; 2. Lucas Schoepp, Century, 71; T3. Quinn Shillingstad, St. Mary’s, 73; T3. Brock Jones, Minot High, 73; 5. Cameron Wittenberg, Century, 74; 6. Jayce Johnson, Mandan, 75;T7. Tyler Bast, Minot High, 77; T7. Caden Willer, St. Mary’s, 77; T9. Matt Souther, Legacy, 78; T9.Braiden Bosch, Mandan, 78

Other individual state qualifiers

Ryker Landers, St. Mary’s, 79; Walter Langhans, Minot North, 79; Parker Beck, Century, 79; Aidan Kaufman, Century, 79

Team results

Minot High (300): Kasen Rostad, 68; Brock Jones, 73; Tyler Bast, 77; Bennett Bartsch, 82; Parker Argent, 82; Easton Bradley, 83


Century (304): Lucas Schoepp, 72; Cameron Wittenberg, 74; Parker Beck, 79; Aidan Kaufman, 79; Anders Alm, 81; Fynn Sagsveen, 82

St. Mary’s (315): Quinn Shillingstad, 73; Caden Willer, 77; Ryker Landers, 79; Mason Mrachek, 86; Zack Schmidt, 94; Ryder Benning, 96

Legacy (320): Matt Souther, 78; Jace Johnson, 80; Kale Schultz, 80; Sam Miller, 82; Gage Martell, 88; Zach Brenden, 94

Mandan (323): Jayce Johnson, 75; Braden Bosch, 78; Jorey Johnson, 83; Bennet Leingang, 87; Parker Dregson, 91; Shawn Pack, 96

Williston (335): Evan Fisher, 82; Ty Watterud, 82; Bode Ekblad, 83; Kane Shannon, 88; Aiden Rustand, 91; Ty Helstad, 93

Bismarck High (337): Dawson Lentz, 81; Owen Haase, 82; Charlie Jerome, 84; Dane Beechie, 90; Luke Dockter, 95; Reece Nagel, 97

Jamestown (338): Easton Romsdal, 81; Andrew Walz, 83; Hunter Gegelman, 87; Luke Lefevre, 87; Camron Anderson, 88; Jace Dillman, 94

Dickinson (355): Emersyn Lee, 84; Ty Nelson, 88; Kaden Hintz, 88; Kolton Kupper, 95; Owin Seibel, 101;Jace Belland, 102


Minot North (372): Walter Langhans, 79; Kaden Carlson, 93; Teegan Dangel, 98; Kyler Weishaar, 102

Watford City (389): Masyn Strom, 92; Aidan Pelton, 97; Hayden Hutchison, 98; Jodus Talley, 102; Zach Tomlinson, 120; Kollin Klang, 129

TMCHS (Inc.): Izayis Laducer, 100; Trevor Azure, 107; Asher T., 143

Jamestown’s Andrew Walz chips onto the green during the Mandan Invitational at Prairie West Golf Course on Tuesday.
Tom Stromme / Bismarck Tribune

Soccer, Tennis drop Tuesday

The Jamestown High School soccer team lost 3-0 to Minot on Tuesday. Stats were not available when the Jamestown Sun went to press.

The loss signaled the end of the regular season for the Jays. The 2023 West Region tournament is scheduled to kick off on May 23. As of May 16, seedings are still to be determined.

The JHS tennis squad fell 9-0 to Mandan Tuesday. The team will be on the road at Bismarck St. Mary's on Thursday. First serves are scheduled for 4:15 p.m.

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 or by phone at 701-952-8460.
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