Storm Lake Boys Golf--Soccer--Tennis Results From 5-10-21
May 11, 2021 5:59am
The Storm Lake soccer teams played West Sioux Monday evening with the girls losing 3-1 and the boys improved to 11-2 thanks to a 5-0 win. The boys will host Spencer Thursday night, the varsity match will be video streamed on our website.
The tennis teams played Cherokee with the boys winning 6-3, singles winners included Jaylen Saengchanpheng, Kevin Lopez, Josh Steffen, and Leo Vang. Saengchanpheng and Lopez won their doubles match and so did Steffen and Wency Navarro. The Tornadoes will now play again Wednesday at their district tournament at Spencer. The Storm Lake girls lost to Cherokee 9-0.
The Tornado boys golf team placed 5th at the Lakes Conference tournament which was played Monday at Brooks golf course in Spirit Lake. The Tornadoes shot a 346 and were led by Ben Raveling who fired a 78 which was 6th overall and good for all-conference honors. Mark Eddie shot 87, Sam Dvergsten 89, Beau Boeckman and Jake Eddie both shot 92. (Carson Lullmann carded a 94). Spencer won the tournament with a 310 and Spirit Lake's Jackson Laven was the medalist with a 74.
Storm Lake will tee it up Thursday at the Spencer Golf and Country Club for their sectional tournament.
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