Sports Notebook for April 27Raptors, Royals golfers in play while East Ridge boys lacrosse claims second win and Thunderbolts drop fourth straight.
There was a "hole" lot of golfing going on for local squads on Monday, while the East Ridge boys lacrosse and South Washington County adapted softball teams were also in action.
WHS, ERHS Boys Golf
The Woodbury boys golf team carded a 322 to tie Hudson (Wis.) for seventh place, while East Ridge logged a 337 to take 14th at the White Bear Lake Invitational on Monday at Dellwood Hills G.C. Individual scores were not available.
WHS, ERHS Girls Golf
The Woodbury girls golf team won its first Suburban East Conference matchup of the season, tallying a total score of 180 to win Monday's matchup at Forest Hills G.C. by seven strokes over White Bear Lake and the remainder of the field. East Ridge took ninth with a 214. Individual scores were not available.
ERHS/PHS Boys Lacrosse
The South Washington County boys lacrosse team topped Spring Lake Park, 11-7, for its second win of the season. Individual statistics were not available.
SWC Adapted Softball
South Washington County began the year 2-1, but, after falling 19-7 to the Stars from Chaska/Chanhassen/Prior Lake/Shakopee at East Ridge High School, the ‘Bolts are the owners of a four-game losing streak.
In the loss, the Stars broke open a 6-2 lead into an 11-2 advantage with a five-run fourth inning and held on for the win.
The Thunderbolts scored three runs in the fifth and two runs in the sixth, to stay in the game, but the Stars added four runs in the sixth and seventh innings to keep the ‘Bolts at bay.
In the game, Caleb Gotz hit an inside-the-park home run, scoring Nich Bartos, who drove in Erich Fiedler with an RBI single in the previous at-bat.
The Thunderbolts’ Amanda Henderson and Alice Liu also each had a pair of RBI singles in the game.