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4-27 Prep Roundup: Olson spins one-hit shutout as Bloomer softball blanks Cumberland in season opener
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4-27 Prep Roundup: Olson spins one-hit shutout as Bloomer softball blanks Cumberland in season opener

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BLOOMER — Calley Olson was sharp in the circle for the Bloomer softball team in Tuesday’s 10-0 win over Cumberland in six innings to open the season.

Olson allowed one hit in six innings — a two-out single in the sixth — while striking out 15 batters against just one walk in a dominant opening effort.

Offensively the Blackhawks backed Olson with 11 hits and broke a scoreless game open with six runs in the fourth inning. Tori Jenneman was 2-for-4 with three runs batted in, Emily Kuehl added two hits and two runs batted in with a double and Elana Kuehl tripled and drove in a run as the ‘Hawks tacked on a run in the fifth before three in the sixth brought the game to its run limit.

Bloomer hosts a doubleheader against St. Croix Falls on Thursday.

Prescott 17-12, Cadott 7-3At Prescott, the Cardinals took both games of a doubleheader with the Hornets with two five-inning wins.

Olivia Goodman had two hits, two runs batted in and a double in game one for Cadott in a 17-7 defeat. Makenna and Meadow Barone were each 2-for-2 and combined fod for two runs batted in and two runs scored. Taylor Graf was 4-for-4 with two triples, four runs scored and four runs batted in for the Cardinals.

Lauryn Goettl tripled and drove in two for the Hornets in game two, a 12-3 defeat. Calli Bremness had two hits and a stolen base while striking out a pair in the circle for Cadott (0-2). Isabella Lenz homered, doubled and scores four runs for the Cardinals (2-0).

Cadott plays at Owen-Withee on Thursday.

Lake Holcombe/Cornell 10, Prairie Farm 0 (5 inn.)At Cornell, Izzy Clark was in command as the Knights won their opener against the Panthers.

Clark struck out 11 while scattering one hit and one walk in five innings in the circle for the Knights (1-0, 1-0).

Teaira Spaeth and Rachel Schilling had hits in the win for Lake Holcombe/Cornell.

The Knights play at Bruce on Thursday.

Thorp 14, Marshfield Columbus 4 (5 inn.)

At Thorp, Kaytlyn Stunkel finished a home run shy of the cycle as the Cardinals earned a nonconference win.

The Cardinal cleanup hitter Stunkel was 3-for-4 with three runs scored, a double, a triple and six batted in. Alexa Hanson had two hits including a double, Kiana Simon tripled and drove in two and Brianna Horn plated two runs as Thorp (1-0) scored four runs in the first, fourth and fifth innings.

Trysta Leech struck out nine in five innings in the circle in the victory.

Thorp hosts Loyal on Friday.

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Prairie Farm 11, Lake Holcombe/Cornell 0

At Cornell, the Knights were no-hit by the Panthers in an East Lakeland Conference opener.

Prairie Farm (1-0, 1-0) scored in each of the final six innigns including three in the second and seventh innings.

Dylan Bowen struck out seven in three innings of work as the starting pitcher for the Knights (0-1, 0-1). Max Sauerwein and Colton Minnick each drew two walks.

Lake Holcombe/Cornell is at Bruce on Thursday.

Marshfield Columbus 7, Thorp/Gilman 3

At Thorp, the Dons scored six runs in the sixth inning in a nonconference win.

Aiden Rosemeyer was 1-for-2 with a double, two runs batted in and two walks while striking out five in allowing on unearned run in four innings for Thorp/Gilman (0-1).

Thorp/Gilman hosts Loyal on Friday.

Track and Field

Stanley-Boyd boys win four events in Colby

At Colby, the Oriole boys team won four event titles in taking second place as a team.

Cooper Nichols (100-meter run, 11.70 seconds), Carsen Hause (high jump, 5-feet, 10-inches), the 400 relay team of Mike Karlen, Brady Potaczek, Chase Sturm and Cooper Nichols (46.83) and the 1,600 relay of Mike Karlen, Landon Karlen, Hause and Nichols (3:58.11) were all victorious.

Peter Nulph took second in the discus, Sturm was third in the 200, Mike Karlen was third in the long jump and the 800 relay team of Blake Mellor, Ayyden Marten, Blake Paal and Henry Hoel was third.

Lucas Anderson (1,600, 4:59.61) and Jaden Halom (800, 2:21.49) won their respective events for the Blackhawks. Anders Michaelsen (800), Halom (400) and Anderson (3,200) were second in their events, as was the 3,200 relay team of Michaelsen, Dane Michaelsen, Gavin Gehrig and Mason Rubenzer. Zach Steinmetz took third in the shot put and the 1,600 relay team of Anders Michaelsen, Dane Michaelsen, Matthew Holstad and Dawson Beaudette.

The Orioles were second in the team standings with 109.5 points and Bloomer was third (94) as Marathon (171) was first.

Bloomer’s Alexa Post won the 100 (13.42), Danielle Latz (triple jump) and Makaiah Kempe was first in the 400 (1:07.18) for the girls team. Latz was also second in the high jump and long jump while Isabel Rothbauer finished runner-up in the triple jump. Post (300 hurdles), Kylie Culver (3,200) and Abby Iverson (shot put) came home third in their respective events as the ‘Hawks girls team was third in the team standings with 94 points.

Jade Fredrickson won the long jump (14-7.75) and was second in the 100 to lead the Stanley-Boyd girls Janelle Schesel (400) and Maralyn Boettcher (200) were each second in their respective events and Leslie Derks was third in the 1,600. Three Stanley-Boyd girls relay teams took third with the 3,200 (Leslie Derks, Schesel, Teagan Becker, Lily Hoel), 400 (Brooklyn Vircks, Boettcher, Teagan Becker, Jade Fredrickson) and 1,600 (Hoel, Derks, Schesel, Boettcher).

The Bloomer girls (117) were third as a team with Stanley-Boyd (72) as Marathon (124) swept the titles.

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