SIOUX CITY – Two Abraham Lincoln girls earned all-conference honors Tuesday at the Missouri River Conference golf meet at Whispering Creek.
Madyson Fritcher and Kenadie Doty were honored. Fritcher finished fifth in the meet with a 103, and Doty was eighth with a 111.
Sioux City Heelan’s Anna Fenton won the meet by shooting a 92, then winning a three-way playoff with Kirstin Sykes and Amanda Debates, both of Sioux City East.
Sykes ended up second and Debates third.
East won the team championship by 30 strokes over runner-up Heelan. A.L. was fourth and Thomas Jefferson sixth.
Katelyn Gwennap led T.J. with a 29th-place finish.
Team scoring: 1, Sioux City East 406; 2, Sioux City Heelan 436; 3, Sioux City North 442; 4, Abraham Lincoln 453; 5, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 493; 6, Thomas Jefferson 557; DNF, Sioux City West
All-Conference Golfers (top eight): 1, *Anna Fenton, SCH, 92; 2, Kirstin Sykes, SCE, 92; 3, Amanda Debates, SCE, 92; 4, Avery Beller, SCN, 95; 5, Madyson Fritcher, AL, 103; 6, Shay Sargent, SCN, 104; 7, Whitney Lester, SCE, 109; 8, Kenadie Doty, AL, 111.
Other AL scores: 13, Kenzi Fritcher, 116; T18, Bri Schiller, 123; 20, Nicole Younty 124; 35, Mariah Cain 151
TJ scores: 29, Katelyn Gwennap 136; T30, Emily Eikenberry 139; T30, Christina Doss 139; 34, Katie Pierce 143; 38, Wynter Churchill 160.
Lo-Ma’s Johnsen advances in 1-A
Woodbury Central and Westwood advanced their teams to regional finals in Class 1-A, Region 1-B action at Logan-Missouri Valley Country Club.
Logan-Magnolia’s Jaice Johnsen advanced in individual competition.
Team scoring: 1, Woodbury Central 83; 2, Westwood 430; T3, Logan-Magnolia, Ridge View 439; 5, River Valley 483.
Individual qualifiers: 1, Sally Gallagher, WC, 77; 2, Kennedy Mason, Ridge View, 92; 3, Makenna Harding, W, 97; 4, Hanna Stratton, WC, 97; 5, Sidnie Graff, WC, 100; 6, Jaice Johnson, L-M, 101.
Abraham Lincoln 1, Sioux City East 0
SIOUX CITY – A stellar defense and a Darby Thomas goal with 15 minutes left in regulation time carried Abraham Lincoln to the win.
The decision clinches at least a share of the conference title for the Lynx. A.L. could make it complete on Saturday with a win over Thomas Jefferson at the Gale Wickersham Athletic Complex.
Senior Rilee Filip earned the shutout in the nets, finishing with six saves.
The Lynx defense was anchored by Taren Newman, Alexis Pomernackas, Paige Bracker and Brooke Wohlers.
The Lynx, 12-2 overall, have won nine matches in a row.
“That’s a nice streak,” said Abraham Lincoln Coach Robbie Miller. “Our girls played great. We got a lot of teamwork, we shared the ball and Darby hit a nice shot for the goal.”
T.J. girls win pair of routs
With the regular season coming to a close, Thomas Jefferson put together a pair of 10-0 wins Monday and Tuesday over Missouri Valley and Carroll in non-conference prep girls soccer action at the Gale Wickersham Athletic Complex.
“We were definitely the better team,” said Thomas Jefferson coach Mark Royer. “It is a situation where you want to play, but it is nice to save the legs for the end of the season. We did some nice things, but we still have things we need to work on.”
A lot of Yellow Jackets got on the scoreboard.
Against Missouri Valley, Hannah Belt had three goals and an assist; Maggie Gundersen had a goal and three assists. Morgan Garcia, Alanis Neely, Allisa Schubert, Allison Schubert, Lexi Smith and Alexis Vodicka scored goals.
Abby Evers had two assists. Alysyn Knecht, Neely and Vodicka had assists.
Turning the page to the Carroll match, Belt and Smith scored two goals each. Evers, Maddie Flores, Garcia, Gundersen, Amelie Quartier and Allison Schubert had goals.
Evers had four assists. Belt, Neely, Gant and Quartier had assists.
The busy week continues as the Yellow Jackets, winners of four of five and 9-5 overall, host East Sac County in non-conference play on Thursday.
St. Albert 11, Logan-Magnolia 1
St. Albert got two-goal outings from Teagan Blackburn, Makenna Shepard and Maggie Wettengel.
St. Albert (11-5) 9 2–11
Logan-Magnolia 0 1– 1
SA goals: Teagan Blackburn 2, Makenna Shepard 2, Maggie Wettengel 2, Athena Arculeo, Ellerie Tarbox, Baylee Ratliff, Mallory Daley, Emily Recher.
SA assists: Blackburn, Shepard, Daley, Maddie Estell 2.
Tri-Center 2, Underwood 0
UNDERWOOD – Freshman Miranda Ring scored both goals for the Trojans, one on a penalty kick and the other on an assist from Mollie Nelson.
“It was a typical game between us and Underwood,” T-C coach Jeff Lefeber said. “A lot of the girls know each other. I thought we played well in the second half.”
Tri-Center (10-4, 5-1) 1 1–0
Underwood (3-11, 3-4) 0 0–0
Goals: T-C: Miranda Ring 2.
Assists:T-C, Mollie Nelson
Lewis Central 3, Thomas Jefferson 0
Lewis Central extended its winning streak to six with the non-conference victory at Lewis Central.
“I want to give (Thomas Jefferson coach) Justin Menichetti a lot of credit,” Lewis Central coach James Driver said. “He had his team well prepared. They came to play; they were physical. They were a great opponent tonight.”
The Titans won on a pair of goals from James Devine and a goal by Adam Mortensen. Brandon Cline, Luis Espino and Noah Perello had assists.
Cole Jensen got the win in the nets, making six saves to headline a defense that has been outstanding.
Lewis Central, 13-3 overall, had won six in a row. All 13 of its wins have been by shutout. The Titans entered the state 2-A rankings on Tuesday at No. 9.
“The guys have been playing together,” said Driver.
St. Albert 5, Logan-Magnolia 2
LOGAN – Jonah Churchill’s hat trick led the Falcons to the win.
“The kids played well and did what they had to do to get out with a win,” Falcons coach Tom Lorkovic said. “Jonah had a great game.”
Goalkeeper Chase Morton made 13 saves for St. Albert.
“They got off to a good start. They are fundamentally a good team,” Lo-Ma coach Trent Lally said. “They move the ball so well; you can’t spend the game chasing them.”
St. Albert (2-15) 2 3–5
Logan-Magnolia (3-12) 1 1–2
Goals: SA, Jonah Churchill 3, Sam Wilber, Andrew Beavers. L-M, Gabe Walski, Kaleb Diggins
A, SA, Nate Kay; L-M, Baker Lally, Jacob Downey.