Majettes cross country wins Anderson/Stavn Invite in Bismarck, Magi take eighth

BISMARCK — The Class A No.1-ranked Minot High School Majettes cross country team earned first place at the Anderson/Stavn Invite at McDowell Dam in Bismarck.

The Majettes had one top 10 finish, five top 25 finishes, and eight top 50 finishes. Senior Abigail Hoffarth set the pace for the Majettes, finishing ninth with a score of 20:03.28. Freshmen Trinity Jessen (20:07.23) and Lily-Ana Campbell (20:24.17) earned eleventh and sixteenth place, respectively.

A trio of seniors finished in the top 35. Emma Compere (20:41.58) held the No. 21 spot, Allie Wahlund (20:43.41) took No. 23 and Abbie Wahlund (21:34.75) earned No. 32.

Sophomores Maliah Burke (21:36.79) and Abigail Gathman (21:59.27) earned the No. 34 and No. 45 spots.

Eighth grader Maicee Burke (22:22.96) captured the No. 55 spot, junior Ashley Nelson earned the No. 71 spot (23:00.93) and sophomore Deja Meyer finished in the No. 75 spot (23:09.22).

The Majettes earned 80 points with a total time of 1:41:59.67. West Fargo also earned 80 points, but Abbie Wahlund defeated West Fargo freshman Tess Oduor’s final score of 21:59.89.

Minot’s average time was 20:23.94.

The Magi posted four top 40 finishes. Senior Noah Jacobs led the pack with a No.33 finish (17:48.02). Fellow senior Kaiden Meyer was not far behind, finishing in the No. 37 spot (17:55.39).

Freshman William Barrington finished one spot behind Meyer, posting a time of 17:59.24. Sophomore Oscar Hultz (18:03.22) finished in the No. 40 spot, while sophomore Grant Schaeffer ended his day in the No. 53 spot (18:24.88).

Junior Bryce Rose (18:36.34) finished in the No. 63 spot, senior Griffin Schaeffer finished in the No. 71 spot (18:58.94) and junior Zac Gillett finished in the No. 77 spot (19:26.08).

The Magi recorded 201 total points, finishing with a total time of 1:30:10.75. Minot runners’ average time was 18:02.15.

Both teams will head to Milaca, Minnesota on Sept. 21.

Majettes golf takes second at WHS Invite at Links of North Dakota

The Minot High School girls golf team earned second place at the Links of North Dakota today. The Majettes posted a score of 347.

Both Becca Tschetter and Jaci Jones shot an 83 for the Majettes. Bella Dobrinski posted an 86 and Sydney Berg recorded a 95.

Taryn Trueblood shot a 106 and Avery Falcon tallied a 108.

“There were windy conditions as the day wore on,” Minot High head coach Scott Foltz said. “The (winds) caused scores to inflate on the second nine. At 5600 yards, the Links is probably the longest course we play all season. So we expected our score to be a little higher today.”

Bismarck Century won the event with a team score of 332. Leah Herbel earned individual medalist honors with a 74.

“Century continues to prove why they are the team to beat in all conditions,” Foltz said.

Next up, the Majettes will participate in their only home meet of the year. The Minot Invitational at Vardon Golf Club will start at 10 a.m. on Sept. 20.

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