The Windom boys captured third place at the first Big South Conference West Division event Thursday, while the Eagle girls played with an incomplete team.
The boys played at Redwood Falls, while the girls played at Luverne.
Windom’s boys shot a 164. Marshall and Luverne each shot a 152, with Marshall winning the meet on a fifth-score tiebreaker.
Landon Pillatzki and Eli Lund led the Eagle boys, each tying for fifth place with a 39. Carter Rossow and Greyson Elder each scored a 43.
For the girls, Redwood Valley won the team event with a 183 score.
Miranda Cory led the Eagles with a 53. Ada Lund shot a 55.
Adrian-Ellsworth swept the team titles at the first Red Rock Conference golf events, played Thursday. The boys played at Fulda, while the girls played at Westbrook.
For the boys, Adrian-Ellsworth won the meet with a 361. Heron Lake-Okabena-Fulda/Westbrook-Walnut Grove was second with a 366. Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey was tied for fourth with a 398. Red Rock Central finished seventh with a 439.
For the girls, Adrian-Ellsworth shot a 405. HLOF/WWG was second with a 416. RRC was fourth with a 451. MLAC played with an incomplete team.
Individually, HLOF/WWG’s Sawyer Drent was the boys medalist for the day, shooting an 82. Carter Drent shot a 92, followed by Neil Kuehl with a 95 and Brady Ross with a 96.
Devyn Rempel led MLAC with a 96. Joey Faber and Aiden Rehnelt each scored a 98. Grant Oakland shot a 106.
Charles Dammann led RRC with a 101. Matthew Horning shot a 109 and Gavin Willardson added a 110.
For the girls, Brielle Vis of Southwest Minnesota Christian-Edgerton was the day one medalist, shooting a 90.
Madelyn Koep led HLOF/WWG with a 93. Elly Bang had a 98 and Kelli Renneke added a 107.
Carlee Sell led RRC with a 100, followed by Lexi Weber with a 110 and Bailey Timm with a 118.
MLAC’s lone player, Olivia Christians, shot a 95.
Next meets: Check for updates after each meet.
Windom: Boys at Windom, girls at Marshall, May 2
MLAC: at RRC (Sanborn), May 3
RRC: at Sleepy Eye, May 2
HLOF/WWG: Boys at Slayton, girls at Sanborn, May 5