BRIEFS: SH golf, WCHS tennis and golf

HAWK BOYS SECOND: Jared Ullestad shared the runner-up spot on the individual leaderboard and South Hamilton was second in the team standings in a boys’ golf meet on the back 9 at Lakeside Golf Course in Fort Dodge on Monday.

Ullestad carded a 42 to tie St. Edmond’s Andrew Gibb. Jack Arndt of Humboldt was the low man with a 37.

Humboldt fired a 171 to best the field. South Hamilton turned in a 180, St. Edmond a 184 and Saydel a 204.

Trevor Lammers (45), Alex Titus (46), Wyatt Heins (47) and Jake Sprague (47) all broke 50 as well for the Hawks.

“The back 9 at Lakeside, there are two or three holes that are tricky,” South Hamilton head coach Mark Ullestad said. “We just need to be more consistent and cut out the bad holes, then we can get a little bit more competitive.”

Monday at Fort Dodge

Lakeside Golf Course (Back 9)

Team Standings

1. Humboldt 171; 2. South Hamilton 180; 3. St. Edmond 184; 4. Saydel 204.

Individual Honors

Medalist — Jack Arndt (H) 38. Runners-up — Jared Ullestad (SH) and Andrew Gibb (SE) 42.

Other South Hamilton Scores

Trevor Lammers 45, Alex Titus 46, Wyatt Heins 47, Jake Sprague 47, Tegan Risetter 58.

SH GIRLS TOP GAELS: The South Hamilton girls’ golf team broke 200 for the first time this season and beat St. Edmond by 36 strokes on Monday at the Jewell Golf and Country Club.

The Hawks had two players fire in the 40’s and shot a 196 to the Gaels’ 232.

“It was nice to break 200,” South Hamilton head coach Kathi Fisher said. “We are very capable of shooting under 200 (and Monday) was a perfect night to do it. Their confidence is growing every day. We just need to keep working to keep it consistent.”

South Hamilton’s Jasmine Hyland was the medalist with a 47, a shot in front of teammate and runner-up Krista Swenson (48). Cortney Harris added a 50.

Riley Mayer led St. Edmond with a 56.

Monday at Jewell Golf and Country Club

South Hamilton (196) — Jasmine Hyland 47, Krista Swenson 48, Cortney Harris 50, Kenady Campbell 51, Lexie Schwerin 51, Katelyn Sogard 53.

St. Edmond (232) — Riley Mayer 56, Amanda Richman 57, Rylee Kinney 58, Grace Viaene 61, Clare Condon 67, Cameron Brown 73.

Medalist — Hyland (SH). Runner-up — Swenson (SH).

LYNX SWEPT ON COURTS: It was a tough day on the courts for the Webster City boys’ tennis team on Monday, as the Lynx dropped a 9-0 decision to Grundy Center in Grundy Center.

The Spartans (2-1) lost just one of 41 games in singles. Tyler Geopfert was the only Lynx player to pick up a game.

Geopfert and Alex Hooker fought Sage Klar and Tjaden Meester to a 10-5 setback in doubles.

“They were able to stand toe to toe with Grundy Center’s best two (players),” WCHS head coach Michael Ross said.

Grundy Center 9, Webster City 0

Monday at Grundy Center


Sage Klar (GC) def. Alex Hooker 10-0. Tjaden Meester (GC) def. Jon Dixson 10-0. Garrett Weldon (GC) def. Tyler Geopfert 10-1. Nick Voss (GC) def. Daniel Spicher 10-0. Landon Graham (GC) forfeit. Aaron Havens (GC) forfeit


Klar/Meester (GC) def. Hooker/Geopfert 10-5. Weldon/Graham (GC) def. Dixson/Spicher 10-0. Grundy Center forfeit.

LYNX GIRLS FIFTH: The Webster City girls’ golf team finally got its season started at Highland Golf Club on Monday and finished fifth in a meet of North Central Conference teams in Iowa Falls.

Clear Lake won the meet with a 200, 21 shots in front of Algona (221) and 23 ahead of CGD (223). Iowa Falls-Alden turned in a 241 and Webster City a 306.

Clear Lake’s Mattie Krause (46) and Ashley DeLong (47) topped the individual leaderboard.

Peyton Hilpipre was Webster City’s low player with a 63.

Monday at Highland Golf Club

Iowa Falls

Team Standings

1. Clear Lake 200; 2. Algona 221; 3. CGD 223; 4. Iowa Falls-Alden 241; 5. Webster City 306.

Individual Honors

Medalist — Mattie Krause (CL) 46. Runner-up — Ashley DeLong (CL) 47.

Webster City Scores

Peyton Hilpipre 63, Ella Dinsdale 78, Emma Bailey 80, Rylie Smith 85, Tasia Phetxoumphone 100, Paige Bair 107.