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Laker junior varsity teams in action

The Detroit lakes junior varsity baseball team has started the season with a record of 1-3.

During the first week of games due to the weather, the JV played two five-inning games and came out on the short end with losses to Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton 5-0 and Fergus Falls 11-5.  

The Lakers traveled to Park Rapids April 22, and split a double header.

The Lakers won the first game 17-2.

Matt Schouviller pitched a great and hit a grand slam in the fifth inning to lead them to their first win of the season.

Sean Adams provided a key triple in the third inning to break the game open.

Other Lakers who helped with the offensive punch were Andrew Dahl with three hits, Malcolm Bradbury and Matthew Bergren each with two hits. 

The Lakers lost the second game 8-7. Matthew Bergren threw well, but the Lakers committed seven errors in the defeat.

Laker boys JV golf team wins first invite of season

The junior varsity boys’ golf team won their home meet at Lakeview Golf Course with a 297.

Ben Unruh shot an even par 64 for top honors for the Lakers, while Isaac Cihak was tied for third with a 74

2014 Detroit Lakes Boys JV Invite at Lakeview

Thursday, April 17, 2014, Par 64

1.  Detroit Lakes Red 297

T-2. West Fargo 305

T-2. Fargo Davies 305

4. Detroit Lakes White 319

5. Bemidji 341

6. Detroit Lakes Black 360

T-7. Fargo South      365

T-7. Fargo North       365

Individual Results:

1st - Ben Unruh, Detroit Lakes Red - 64 even par

2nd - Christian Oien, West Fargo - 72

T-3rd - Talon Johnson, Fargo Davies - 74

T-3rd - Isaac Cihak, Detroit Lakes Red - 74

T-5th - Nate Washington, Bemidji - 75

T-5th - Zane Freeman, Detroit Lakes White - 75

Detroit Lakes Results:

Detroit Lakes Black:  Ben Unruh 64, Isaac Cihak 74, Reid Lakin 79, Dahlen Olson 80, Aaron Schnathorst 81.

Detroit Lakes White:  Zane Freeman - 75, Austin Fritz - 80, Ben Roth 82, Logan Larson 82, Alex Lindquist 84, Sam Busker 85.

Detroit Lakes Black:  Ryan Paseky 79, Ryan Genz 87, Byron Van Gerpen 89, Jeric Giwoyna 105, Hunter Suedel 113.