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Blue Jays Roundup: Golf sees its first action of the spring

The Jamestown High School spring athletics team were in action on Saturday.

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After what has been, perhaps one of the longest off-seasons the Jamestown High School golf team has ever had — the Jays finally had their opportunity to walk the greens and swing the clubs Saturday.

The Blue Jays teed off at Heart River Golf Course in Dickinson and wound up placing fifth out of 10 competing teams, carding a team score of 354 — just nine strokes back of Mandan.

Jamestown will be back on the greens on Tuesday at Mandan's Prairie West Golf Course. Golfers are scheduled to tee off at 10 a.m.

Bismarck Century won the invite, notching a 310. Dylan Nosbusch of Century won the meet title, tallying a four-over-76.

Hunter Gegelman was the low-scorer for the Blue Jay squad, notching an 84 while Easton
Romsdal finished his round with an 88. Andrew Walz and Camron Anderson came in at the middle of the pack tied at 91. Luke LeFevre (110) and Kai Baken (113) rounded out the Jays top-six.

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Dickinson Invite

Team results

1. Century, 310; 2. Minot, 328; 3. Dickinson, 335; 4. Mandan, 345; 5. Jamestown, 354; 6. Williston, 367; 7. Legacy, 376; 8. St. Mary's, 378; 9. Bismarck High, 378; 10. Watford City, 413.

Individual top-10 finishers / ties

1. Dylan Nosbusch, Century, 76*; 2. Aidan Kaufman, Century, 76; T3. Jack Homiston, Dickinson, 78; T3. Cameron Wittenberg, Century, 78; T5. Evan Groll, Dickinson, 79; T5. Peyton Bartsch, Minot, 79; T7. Tyler Bast, Minot, 80; T7. Logan Schoepp, Century, 80; 9. Duncan Tufte, Century, 81; 10. Matthew Souther, Legacy, 82

*Won in playoff

Individual team member results

Century (310): Dylan Nosbusch, 76; Aidan Kaufman,
76; Cameron Wittenberg, 78; Logan Schoepp, 80;
Duncan Tufte, 81; Lucas Schoepp, 85

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Minot (328): Peyton Bartsch, 79; Tyler Bast, 80;
Kasen Rostad, 83; Henry Langhans, 86; Jaxon
Bradley, 87; Brock Jones, 88

Dickinson (335): Jack Homiston, 78; Evan Groll, 79; ;
Kaden Hintz, 89; Grant Bittner, 89; Kyller Hughes, 93;
Evan Lubken, 93

Mandan (345): Shawn Pack, 83; Jayce Johnson, 85;
Stran Ressler, 88; Jorey Johnson, 89; Carsen Pittman,
93; Jayden Arenz, 95

Jamestown (354): Hunter Gegelman, 84; Easton
Romsdal, 88; Andrew Walz, 91; Camron Anderson,
91; Luke LeFevre, 110; Kai Baken, 113

Williston (367): Kane Shannon, 89; Justin Heller, 92;
Evan Fisher, 93; Aiden Rustand, 93; Caden Vaughn,
95; Kane Shannon, 101

Legacy (376): Matt Souther, 82; Andrew Neigum, 95;
Kale Schultz, 99; Karter Klein, 100; Logan Sampson,
103; Sam Miller, 104

St. Mary’s (378): Caden Willer, 92; Mason Mrachek,
94; Ryker Landers, 95; Ryder Benning, 97; Jacob
Goettle, 98; Quinn Shillingstad, 99

Bismarck High (378): Charlie Jerome, 91; Dawson
Lentz, 92; Luke Dockter, 94; Sean Purdy, 101; Reece
Nagel, 102; Jacob Falcon, 107

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Watford City (413): Gavin McCauley, 97; Aiden Pelton,
100; Jodus Talley, 104; Kiaran Olson, 112;
Hunter Erwin, 125.

Softball goes 4-0 in Minnesota

Mike Soulis and the Blue Jay softball squad had a pretty successful trip out to Minnesota this last weekend.

The squad matched up against three Minnesota prep teams: Little Falls, Bemidji and Edin Valley Watkins and defeated all three handily.

The Jays defeated Little Falls 16-0 on Friday, Bemidji 11-2, Edin Valley-Watkins 13-2 and Little Falls again 12-3 for an average margin of victory of more than 11 runs.

Jamestown's overall record has improved to 14-6 overall. The squad's next test is slated to come against Minot on Thursday in the Magic City. First pitch is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.

Blue Jay girls wrestling team holds first award banquet

The Jamestown High School girls wrestling team held its first-ever award this last week.

The Jays had five state placers at the first-ever NDHSAA sanctioned state tournament at the Fargodome last February.

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The Jamestown High School girls wrestling team held its first-ever end of the year awards banquet last week. <br/><br/>Team members pictured, from left to right are: <br/><br/>Back Row: MacKenzie Stoddart, Academic All-State; Hannah Sjostrom, 3rd State, Most Pins, Outstanding Wrestler; Leah Torres, 5th State, Academic All-State, Rambo Award; Alexis Erickson, Varsity Letter; Meaghan Lee, Spirit Award, Senior Award; Aubrey Babcock, Participation Award;<br/><br/>Front Row: Chea Baugh, Academic All-State; Alee Meza, 8th State, Varsity Letter; Marissa Fisher, Varsity Letter; Gabby Romans, 7th State, Varsity Letter; Paris Eslick, 2nd State, Academic All-State, Captains Award, Senior Award.
Contributed / Larry Eslick

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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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