Majettes golf takes fourth at East-West Classic
JAMESTOWN — The Minot High School girls golf team took fourth place at the East-West Classic meet Tuesday at Hillcrest Golf Course in Jamestown.
The meet only lasted one day, as yesterday’s action was canceled due to thunderstorms.
Bismarck Century defended its victory from last year with a team score of 322. The Majettes finished fourth with 337, placing them behind Century, Fargo Shanley (323) and Williston (332).
Senior Becca Tschetter posted Minot’s best individual round with a 76 to tie for third place.
Fellow senior teammate Jaci Jones shot a 85 with Bella Dobrinski and Savanah Brintnell rounding out Minot’s scoring with 88 apiece.
Century’s Hannah Herbel (73) defeated Shanley’s Julia Wold in a one-hole individual playoff to take medalist honors.
The Majettes return to action Monday, Aug. 19, for the Dickinson Invite at the Heart River Golf Course.
Jayapathy selected for Gustavus Hall of Fame
Minot native Raman Jayapathy is one of eight individuals to be inducted into the Gustavus Adolphus College (Minn.) Athletics Hall of Fame.
Jayapathy earned two All-American honors while helping the men’s tennis team win four MIAC championships and the 1982 NCAA Division III championship. Jayapathy finished his career with 139 wins combined between singles and doubles. He took second place at the 1984 NCAA doubles tournament and reached the quarterfinals of the 1985 NCAA singles tournament.
The 2019 inductees include Luke Benoit ’04 (Golf), Molly Biehn Becker ’04 (Softball), Mike Gempeler ’91 (Hockey), Neil Johnson ’04 (Golf), Jackie Luehmann ’04 (Track & Field), Angie Peterson Potts ’04 (Basketball), Kristin Petersen Smith ’04 (Track & Field) and Jayapathy ’85 (Tennis).
This group will be honored at the Athletics Hall of Fame Banquet, which will be held in Alumni Hall on Saturday, Oct. 19, following the football game against Hamline University at 1 p.m.
— Gustavus athletics