Friday's prep roundup: Wayzata wins 7th straight synchronized swimming title

  • Updated: May 24, 2013 - 10:00 PM

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SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING

Wayzata wins 7th title in row

STATE MEET: Lucky No. 7. Wayzata won its seventh consecutive state synchronized swimming meet on Friday at the University of Minnesota Aquatic Center. The Trojans accumulated 143 points, outdistancing runner-up Stillwater. The Ponies wound up with 101 points, and finished second for the seventh year in a row. Sophomores Haley Ruegemer and Amanda Urke each had a hand in on three first-place finishes for the Trojans. Ruegemer won the long solo while Urke took first place in the extended solo. They teamed up to win the extended duet and were members of the extended team champions.

SOFTBALL

Timely homer for Hastings

CLASS 3A

SECTION 1: Junior Michaela Mills hit her second home run of the season, helping Hastings to a 2-1 victory over Rochester John Marshall in the semifinals. She went 2-for-4.

SECTION 6: Orono scored four runs in each of the second and fifth innings and went to beat Edina 10-0 in the semifinals. Junior Rebekah Smith had two hits, a double and triple, and two RBI. Teammate Madison Arends, also a junior, went 3-for-4 with a triple and one RBI.

BASEBALL

Edwards leads Prior Lake

CLASS 3A

SECTION 3: Junior Tyler Edwards hit a solo home run in the top of the seventh inning, giving Prior Lake a 6-5 victory over Apple Valley in the first round. He also picked up the win on the mound. … Tyler Godes, also a junior, only needed 84 pitches to throw a seven-hit shutout as Eagan eliminated Lakeville South 2-0. … Senior Joey Engeswick’s run-scoring single in the bottom of the fifth inning was the difference in St. Thomas Academy’s 2-1 victory over Park of Cottage Grove. Robbie Wolfe, who scored on the play, came on in relief for the save.

SECTION 5: The state’s top high school pitcher, senior Logan Shore of Coon Rapids, fired a one-hit shutout as the Cardinals beat Maple Grove 5-0 in the quarterfinals. Shore struck out nine and walked one. He has signed with the University of Florida. … Bryce Marquardt is having a stellar senior season. Marquardt went 3-for-3, including a double, and scored three runs in Champlin Park’s 7-2 victory over Centennial. He also stole three bases and had one RBI.

CLASS 2A

SECTION 5: Senior Mike Dockendorf threw a four-hit shutout, leading Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted to a 2-0 victory over Rockford in the opening round.

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Seattle
Minnesota 94 FINAL
Philadelphia 103
Houston 93 FINAL
Boston 87
Portland 99 FINAL
Atlanta 105
Sacramento 90 FINAL
Cleveland 101
Toronto 127 FINAL
Brooklyn 122
Dallas 93 FINAL
Miami 72
LA Clippers 103 FINAL
New Orleans 108
Golden State 100 FINAL
Utah 110
Chicago 39 2nd Qtr 1:03
Phoenix 53
Pittsburgh 2 FINAL(OT)
New Jersey 1
St. Louis 3 FINAL(SO)
Carolina 2
Nashville 0 FINAL
Colorado 3
Buffalo 2 2nd Prd 2:11
Vancouver 3
Chicago 3 2nd Prd 2:52
Anaheim 0
Harvard 75 FINAL
Princeton 72
Quinnipiac 57 FINAL
Canisius 63
Brown 49 FINAL
Cornell 57
Siena 79 FINAL
Manhattan 87
Marist 65 FINAL
Niagara 61
Dartmouth 51 FINAL
Penn 58
Oregon 68 FINAL
Arizona State 67
Yale 63 FINAL
Columbia 59
Monmouth 60 FINAL
Fairfield 59
IUPUI 59 FINAL
Western Ill 63
Oregon State 24 2nd Half 11:00
Arizona 36
Kent State 37 2nd Half 7:44
Buffalo 67
Canisius 75 FINAL
Monmouth 58
Butler 67 FINAL
Providence 59
Cornell 65 FINAL
Brown 52
Columbia 47 FINAL
Yale 55
Coll of Charleston 47 FINAL
Drexel 64
Penn 55 FINAL
Dartmouth 39
Elon 60 FINAL
James Madison 89
(19) Princeton 96 FINAL
Harvard 46
(9) Florida State 82 FINAL
Georgia Tech 62
Quinnipiac 87 FINAL
Siena 62
Richmond 54 FINAL
Rhode Island 50
Loyola-Chicago 58 FINAL
Southern Ill 64
Georgetown 52 FINAL
DePaul 93
Villanova 75 FINAL
Marquette 59
Wichita State 70 FINAL
Northern Iowa 51
Xavier 65 FINAL
Creighton 74
Bradley 58 FINAL
Illinois State 55
Missouri State 89 FINAL
Drake 94
Arizona 48 FINAL
Utah 62
(11) Arizona State 68 FINAL
Colorado 60

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