Local sports roundup – April 16



Mustangs edge Cougars tennis


The Trinity Lutheran tennis team fell to New Washington 3-2 on the road Wednesday.

At No. 3, Kendyll Austin won her match 6-2, 6-3.

Another victory, at No. 1 doubles, came from the tandem of Allison Hackman and Maddie Lucas.

After dropping their first set 1-6, the duo took the second 7-6, winning 7-3 in the tiebreaker.

In a super tiebreaker third set, Hackman and Lucas edged the Mustangs 10-6.

Courtney Barker moved to No. 2, and Sydney Stuckwisch went to No. 2 doubles in a lineup change.

The Cougars (0-2) will host Waldron tonight.


Medora track takes on Salem invite


The Medora boys and girls track team competed at the Salem invite Wednesday.

Neither team placed in scoring, as the Hornets didn’t have enough athletes.

On the girls’ side, Ally Carney claimed fourth place in the high jump clearing 4-2 and Jadelyn Dean earned fifth for the 1,600-meter run with a 7:11.

Hornets senior Dave Goss got silver in the shot put with a throw of 36-4 and Bailey Pfeiffer earned bronze in the long jump leaping 17-1.

The 4×100-meter relay team of Gavin Henson, Zach Thompson, Chase Boker and Pfeiffer finished fifth with a time of 50.8 seconds.

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