Storm Lake shot 174 as a team, dropping a Lakes Conference double dual to Cherokee and Spencer in Spencer Tuesday. Spencer shot 145, Cherokee 171.
Paul Diehl, out of the three spot, had a good round for the Tornadoes with a 37, just three strokes off medalist pace.
Tyler Gibbons carded a 43, Luke Anderson a 45, John Blum and Robert Taylor 49s, and Matt Zylstra a 53. Spencer's Michael Clark was medalist with a 34.
Nick McDonald led the Storm Lake JV with a 53.
* The field is now set for the Storm Lake Boys Golf Invitational, Saturday, April 26 at Lake Creek Country Club.
The Tornadoes will play host to Alta, Algona, Aurelia, Carroll-Kuemper, Carroll, Cherokee, Denison, Humboldt, LeMars, Spencer and Spirit Lake. A shotgun start is scheduled for 10 a.m.
Beth Bedel carded a 52, and was runner-up medalist as the Storm Lake High School girls finished second in triangular play at Lake Creek Tuesday.
Spencer won the meet with a 202 team score. Storm Lake had a team 248, to Cherokee's 256. Medalist was Emily Holck of Spencer - with a 43, she was the only player in the meet to break 50.
Among other SLHS competitors, Jenna Smith had a 62, Ashley Scuffham 66, Rachel Mast 68, Jaye Lynn Kwikkel 74, Mary Mooney 96.
Newell-Fonda was an easy winner in the Boys Northwest Conference Golf Meet played on their home course at Newell Tuesday, on the heels of their first 22-stroke victory at the Aurelia Bulldogs meet.
In Newell, Connor Juilfs was the medalist with a round of 35, with teammate Spencer Baak as runner-up with a 37.
Tim Gregg led Alta with a 45, Jarrett Heubrock was Aurelia's low scorer at 41, Avery Aden shot a 50 for Pomeroy-Palmer, Tyler Sandvig was low man for Laurens-Marathon, Brady Scheiber carded a 41 for Sioux Central, and Ryan Drey had the best round for St. Mary's with a 43 as Tyler Netsch and Brendan Smith each finished with 46 strokes.
3. St. Mary's 174
4. Sioux Central181
5. Schaller-Crestland 200
6. Alta 202
7. Laurens-Marathon 211
8. Pomeroy-Palmer 217
Newell-Fonda and Alta hooked up in a battle at the Northwest Conference Girls meet in Aurelia this week.
Newell-Fonda prevailed with a team 204. Susan Kies shot a 48, Kelly Johnson 49, Trisha johnson 52, Hannah Rossiter 55, and Becky Seivert and Karianne Koster 66 strokes each.
Alta showed good balance as they finished second to the rival Mustangs by seven strokes. Kolbie Boom carded a 49 for the Cyclones, followed by Alyssa Engelke with a 51, Courtney VanHaaften with a 54, Lindsey Strock at 57, Jordin Danielson 67 and Alli Glienke 68.
Jill Erickson and Kelsey Fey led Pomeroy-Palmer with 53s. Courtney Herrig carded a 54 for Sioux Central, Amanda Felten shot a 53 for Aurelia, Kylie Woodley a 45 for Laurens-Marathon.
Storm Lake St. Mary's fielded two girls, so did not have a team score. Ashley Miller shot a 64, Erin Broich a 70.
Sioux Central 231
Kelly and Abby Smith came out firing in the numbers one and two spots as the Storm Lake girls tennis team made short work of Cherokee Tuesday night.
Due to cold conditions, the match was cut short after singles play, with Storm Lake having already wrapped up the team victory.
Kelly Smith defeated Shannon Schroeder 10-2, with Abby Smith dropping Allie Parker 10-1.
Tornadoes Morgan Rauch (10-6), Amanda Helmbrecht (10-3) and Linda Her (10-3) all won singled matches, as Cherokee's Sofia Selier had the Braves only win 10-3 over Dah Khamphavongsa.
The JV girls recorded a perfect 8-0 meet over Cherokee, with Amanda Kavan, Audrey Wells, Samantha Kavan, Gina Meuang Khoth, Emily Deters and Brooke Gaffney winning singles matches, and Iwa Chanthavong joining in with Kaven, Wells, Kavan, Deters and Gaffney in doubles wins.