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5/8/13 I Sioux County Index-Reporter I 15 ii 1 Sports W01fpack's lack of offense costly, 10se third straight match HULL -- The Western Christian soccer girls' scoreless woes continued Saturday, April 27 against non-conference opponent Unity Christian, which blanked the Wolfpack I-0 for Western Christian's third consecutive loss. The last Western Christian goal came more than two weeks ago against Spencer in a 4-I loss. That was only the second goal of the season for the Wolfpack. In the three losses since, Western Christian has been outscored 15-0. For the second straight match, Western Christian was missing seven players, which changed Coach Jeanie Elgersma's strategy to more of a defensive mode. According to Elgersma that was to protect her players from heat exhaustion on a warm afternoon The likes of Abby Wolterstorff, Courtni Wesselink, Jody Verburg and Cara Horstman did the best they could defensively in attempting to slow down offensive-minded Unity Christian. The guest Knights managed 13 shots on goal with its lone goal going to Elli Krosschell. "Overall all the girls performed an incredible defensive game hustling for 80 minutes, continually putting pressure on the ball and playing more relaxed," said Elgersma. "By playing more relaxed we were able to do some of the fakes and moves we have been working on in practice. Now it would be nice to put the whole team together again to add an offense to go with the defense" Western's inability to put a ball in the net wasn't due to its front line. Kenzie Bousema and Kortney Pollema were able to set up threats from the right side sending crosses into the goal box, but the Wolfpack's midfield wasn't able to get there in time. "They didn't have the energy to follow the ball in"said Elgersma. The loss leaves Western Christian with a 2-3 match record. Unity Christian won its fourth consecutive game to improve to 4-I. GOALS BY PERIOD UnityChristian 1 0 Western Christian 0 0 SCORING SUMMARY." Unity Christian (First Period) 28:00 -- Elli Krosschell. Shots: Unity Christian 12, Western Christian O. Saves: Western Christian 11 (Alexa Gulker 11). Comets shoot straight to place well at Okoboji Tournament Eric Visscher SportsWriter ARNOLDS PARK -- Early on Saturday, April 27, the Comets traveled to the exquisite Emerald Hills Golf Course at Arnolds Park to compete in an 18-hole tournament hosted by Okoboji High School. The weather was surprisingly calm for the golfers, and they managed some good rounds. However, some were unlucky enough to find themselves hacking at the ball through trees, which proved extremely harmful for their rounds. The Boyden-Hull Comet boys participated and ended on a high note for the team, as they placed well on the leader board. The Comets had both good and bad rounds at the tourney. Leading their great scoring was Chandler Brunsting, pulling off a 90 on the par 72 course. Next in line was Riley Francis with a score of 95. Riley Vis tallied the next score with a 103, followed by Eric Visscher with a 107. Kirk Prostrollo finished the roster with a score of 112. "It was a beautiful day for golf on one of the premier courses in our area," said Comets coach Bruce Keizer. "There was barely any wind out there, and it was a good experience for our guys to be able to play an 18-hole event. Chandler led us. He played a solid round of golf. Next week, Western girls prevail in 3-stroke nailbiter over Unity Christian HULL -- Rolling Hills Golf Course was the setting of a shootout between a pair of non-conference opponents Western Christian and Unity Christian girls, on April 26. It also proved to be quite the battle in head- to-head matchups one versus one, two versus two, three versus three and four versus four to come up with the team totals. With the sun beginning to set in the west and all golfers returning to the clubhouse, Western Christian came out on top by three strokes 213- 216. It proved to be quite a feat for the Wolfpack who played without two of its varsity golfers, Kayla Zykstra and Jamie Altena. Both were on a choir trip. But Summer Jansen and Alexa Schut stepped up, as did Maycin Gonnerman for the Wolfpack. It was Gonnerman's first varsity action of the season. Jansen finished runner- up medalist with a round of 51, Schut added a 52, which was followed by Gonnerman's 55. Payton Harmsen completed Western Christian's scoring for the meet with a 57. "We had a very nice day for golf once again. The course in getting is better shape and, for the most part, the scores were pretty good," said Western Christian coach Bill Harmsen. "We still need to improve around the greens, that should get better now that we can get some meets and practices in" Providing the best round of the meet and securing meet medalist accolades was Alyssa Fedders of Unity Christian with a 50. The Knights' scoring was completed with Sara Bos (52), Ava Grossman (55) and Chanda Zommerman (59). NON-CONFERENCE GOLF Rolling Hills Golf Course Final Team Standings 1. Western Christian 213, 2. Unity Christian 216. Meet Medalist Alyssa Fedders, Unity Christian 50; Summer Jan- sen, Western Christian 51. Individual Rounds WESTERN CHRISTIAN (213) -- Summer Jansen 51, Alexa Schut 52, Maycin Gonnerman 55, Payton Harmsen 57, Makenzie Vande Hoef 66, Makenzie Vos 69. UNITY CHRISTIAN (216) -- Alyssa Fedders 50, Sara Bos 52, Ava Grossman 55, Chanda Zommer- man 59, Makenzie Geels 60, Amber Klynsma 60. (n. Dodge, 14) (Webster C#y, IA) (and Oldcaslle Materials C,,onpany). Oldcaslte tuff benefils package. LOWBOY TRUCK DRIVER Hatlett Materials- Watt Lake, IA (an O/dcastfe Materials Group /nc Company) , Operate truck& trailer for transportation of construction material and equipment to vario constction sites. !i Responsible for safe operation of all equipment including truck. trailer, loaded equipment. Oldcastte Materiats & all of its companies provide competitive vvaes and a full we have a bunch of meets as well so we have to generate some confidence for our upcoming meets." OKOBOJI INVITATIONAL Emerald Hills Golf Course Final Team Standings (18 holes) 1. Emmetsburg 325, 2. Okoboji (Maroon) 329, 3. Sibley-0cheyedan 332, 4. Harris-Lake Park 385, 5. Okoboji (Black) 386, 6. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 388, 7. Boyden-Hull 395, 8. Graettinger-Terril/ Ruthven-Ayrshire 461. Meet Medalist Tyler Ohl, Okoboji 73; Joe Storbakken, Sibley- Ocheyedan 79. Individual Rounds BOYDEN-HULL (236) -- Chandler Bmnsting go, Riley Francis 95, Riley Vis 103, Eric Visscher 107, Kirk Prostrollo 112. HORSTMAN WITH BALL Cara Horstman (17) of Western Christian maintains possession of the ball despite the pressure and presence of Autumn Plum of Unity Christian. The Western Christian defense turned in a solid effort, unable to be matched by the Wolfpack offense, as Western Christian fell to the Knights April 27 by a score of 1-0. (Photo/Jeff Bylsma). Northwest Iowa Community College is pleased to offer classes at the Lifelong Leaming and Recreation Center and LLRC - East. Please register for these classes by stopping in to the LLRC or calling us at 712-324-2493. Sign up for 8-Week Group Fitness Classes starting the week of May 20. Mondays Yoga 5:15PM Water Aerobics 5:30PM Pilates* 5:30PM Mondays AND Wed nesdays Tuesdays Tuesdays AND/OR Thursdays Indoor Cycling Senior Fitness (starts June 10)* 5:30AM 2:00PM Aerobics Circuit* 5:45AM Yoga Stretch* 12:00NOON Yoga 12:00NOON Tuesdays AND Thursdays Total Body Boot Camp Indoor Cyclilqg Power Pump HIlT (High Intensity Interval Training) 5:30AM 4:30PM 5:30PM 6:30PM Wednesdays Yoga 7:00AM Zumba 5:15PM Total Body Circuit* 5:30PM Tat Chi (starts June 12) 6:15PM Fridays Indoor Cycling 5:30AM Note: Registration fees apply. Please pre-register for classes at/east 2 days before class start date at the LLRC. A minimum of four registrants is required for classes to run. For more information visit nwicc,edu/recreation-center Northwest Iowa Community College Lifelong Learning & Recreation Center 600 College Drive, Sheldon, IA 51201 800-352-4907 or 324-2493 LLRC.@nwicc.edu nwicc.edu mid/nwicc.LLRC The Northwest Iowa Lifelong Leaming & Recreation Center (LLRC) and Sanford Sheldon Wellness Center have merged into one fitness facility. The Lifelong Learning & Recreation CenterDEast will continue to be staffed during the day, and it will continue to be a 24/7access facility. Enjoy group fitness classes at both locations! * indicates classes at LLRC-East Are you back in the area for summer break? Bring your college ID in and get $10 off a one month membership! ? , 209714 i