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Spirit Lake boys golf faces Bulldogs, Midgets in Estherville

By Matt Heinrichs — Sports Editor

Spirit Lake’s boys golf team earned a win over Algona but fell to Estherville Lincoln Central at a meet held Tuesday, April 26. The Indians carded a 180 on the day. Algona carded a 203 and ELC carded a 166 at Estherville Golf Course.

Wolves split War Eagle Conference boys golf triangular

By Matt Heinrichs — Sports Editor

Harris-Lake Park’s boys golf team earned a victory over Trinity Christian but fell to Gehlen Catholic at a War Eagle Conference triangular meet held Tuesday, April 26 in Le Mars. The Jays carded a 182 while the Wolves shot a 212 and the Tigers shot a 221 on the day.

Harris-Lake Park girls golf drops road meet to Gehlen

By Matt Heinrichs — Sports Editor

Harris-Lake Park’s girls golf team dropped a War Eagle Conference meet to Gehlen Catholic on Tuesday, April 26. The Jays topped the Wolves 210-222 in Le Mars.

Rylie Wittrock led the Wolves with a runner-up medalist round of 47. Zella Ingham placed third with her round of 52. Tessa Gunderson (61) and Miranda Christenson (62) rounded out the Wolves’ scoring. Madeline Greve carded a 68 for Harris-Lake Park.

Okoboji boys golf places 7th at Rock Rapids

By Matt Heinrichs — Sports Editor

Okoboji’s boys golf team placed seventh at a Siouxland Conference meet held Tuesday, April 26 at Rock Rapids. The Pioneers carded a combined round of 190 at Rock River Golf & Country Club.

Mason Dahms led Okoboji with his round of 44. RJ Kalsow (45), Koleton Simington (48) and Coen Rabel (53) rounded out the Pioneers’ team score. Ryan Pile carded a 56 and Elliot Tuttle carded a 58 for Okoboji.

Okoboji girls golf places 5th at Sibley

By Matt Heinrichs — Sports Editor

 

Okoboji’s girls golf team placed fifth at a Siouxland Conference golf meet hosted by Sibley-Ocheyedan on Tuesday, April 26. The Pioneers carded a combined round of 208 to finish five strokes behind meet champion West Lyon at Sibley Golf & Country Club.

Indians win 2022 Okoboji Co-Ed Relays

By Matt Heinrichs — Sports Editor

 

The 2022 Okoboji Co-Ed Relays were rescheduled because of bad weather and relocated because of ongoing construction at Okoboji High School in Milford, but none of that could delay the inevitable — a dominant performance by the Spirit Lake boys track team.

Spirit Lake Park girls place 3rd at 2022 Okoboji Co-Ed Relays

By Matt Heinrichs — Sports Editor

 

The Spirit Lake Park girls track team earned a third-place finish at Tuesday’s 2022 Okoboji Co-Ed Relays held at Spirit Lake High School. The Indians collected 13 top-three finishes, crowned four champions, and totaled 134 points on the day.

Boji boys track team places 3rd at Spirit Lake

By Matt Heinrichs — Sports Editor

 

Okoboji girls track earns runner-up finish at Spirit Lake

By Matt Heinrichs — Sports Editor

Wolves compete at 2022 Okoboji Co-Ed Relays

By Matt Heinrichs — Sports Editor

Last-minute thoughts ahead of Walleye Weekend

By Steve Weisman — Outdoors Editor

Ideas for spring fishing success

By Bob Jensen — Fishing the Midwest

 

Leave wildlife babies alone

It's as predictable as May flowers - from border to border, the Wildlife Baby Season has arrived in Iowa. From now until at least mid-June, DNR field offices across the state will be inundated with hundreds of phone calls and scores of deliveries regarding "orphaned wildlife."

Fish Iowa! offers webinar on kayak fishing basics

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is offering a free kayak fishing basics webinar via Zoom from 6-7 p.m. Monday, May 16, for those who have little or no experience and want to learn more about how to get started.

Five boating tips to keep waters clean all season long

Iowa boat owners can help to protect the environment by following five simple tips all summer long.

• Take time to prepare your boat’s shrink wrap for recycling by removing vents, strapping or zippers. Only the plastic film can be recycled. Many shrink wrap recycling programs today are offered at the local level, so if your marina does not recycle, ask your county government. Some boaters have found that by carefully removing the wrap it can be reused for a second season.

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